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I'm interested in the ministry of reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5:18)

I'm an Orthodox Christian who has found a lovely, sparsely populated corner of the internet where Catholics and Orthodox can discuss the apostolic witness in a way befitting a Christian.

Together we'll share ideas, study a variety of things (patristics, Scripture, saints, books, etc.), and pray with/for one another.

Healing has to take place when brokenhearted, separated people spend time together.
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To this article:

https://polishmiaphysite.wordpress.com/2020/05/27/miaphysitism-mystical-christology/

As I’ve stated a few times, I began studying the concept of the papacy via the ecumenical councils. It seems that Chalcedon holds the keys to a lot. So, in an effort to better understand all of that, I’ve been studying and getting to know the non-chalcedonian/Oriental Churches. This - to my understanding - is a decent guide to understanding the difference in expressing Christology.

I’d love to know your thoughts 😊

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September 30, 2023

In case any of you have not yet seen Matt's video with Father Jason (Charron), regarding the Life Shrine - https://holyprotectionshrine.org/. This is the latest.

I'm hoping to hear back about whether cash/check/money order would be best way to have all the money received (as opposed to processing percentage snagged by a middle-man; but if any of you knows the answer, please help us all out ^-^ ) .

September 29, 2023

Friday of the Twenty-fifth Week in Ordinary Time
September 29, 2023
Saints Michael, Gabriel, Raphael

You walk on the wings of the wind,
you make the winds your messengers
and flashing fire your servants.

  • Psalm 104:3-4

The Lord has set his sway in heaven
and his kingdom is ruling over all.
Give thanks to the Lord, all his angels,
mighty in power, fulfilling his word,
who heed the voice of his word.

Give thanks to the Lord, all his hosts,
his servants who do his will.
Give thanks to the Lord, all his works,
in every place where he rules.
My soul, give thanks to the Lord!

  • Psalm 103:19-22

Glory to the Father....

It was not a messenger or an angel,
but he himself who saved them.
Because of his love and pity
he redeemed them himself,
Lifting them and carrying them
all the days of old.

  • Isaiah 63:9
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Should the Christian West Restore Its Original Approach to Fasting? Part 3
Why Fasting is an Essential of Mark of Christian Discipleship, the Catholic Church, & the Orthodox Faith

Kyle from Barrel Aged Faith is back again to wrap up our series on fasting! I think he's saved the best for last on this one as we look at the role fasting has played in the ongoing division between East & West, as well as the role it can play in fostering unity. 

As this is a labor of love, in response to all that this community has given me, these articles will be exclusive to supporters. Thank you for all of your support 💛

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Should the Christian West Restore Its Original Approach to Fasting? Part 2
Why Fasting is an Essential of Mark of Christian Discipleship, the Catholic Church, & the Orthodox Faith

In an effort to spice things up and keep fresh content rolling, I asked my friend Kyle from Barrel Aged Faith to share some wisdom with us on the conversation between East & West. Kyle masterfully crafts thought-provoking conversations focusing on the fullness of ancient Christianity in four areas: Evangelical, Charismatic, Orthodox, & Catholic. Last week, Kyle shared the story of how he first discovered fasting as a serious Christian discipline, and how he entered more deeply into that tradition through engaging the more ancient practices. This week, we'll be examining the historical practice of fasting in the Christian West. 

My prayer is that articles such as these will be edifying to your spirit and will cause you to examine your own disciplines, perhaps move you to discuss them with your spiritual father/spiritual director. I also hope that this will shed some light and understanding on the different practices across the great Christian Tradition. 

As this is a labor of love, in response to all that this community has given me, these articles will be exclusive to supporters. Thank you for all of your support 💛

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Should the Christian West Restore Its Original Approach to Fasting?
Why Fasting is an Essential of Mark of Christian Discipleship, the Catholic Church, & the Orthodox Faith

In an effort to spice things up and keep fresh content rolling, I asked my friend Kyle from Barrel Aged Faith to share some wisdom with us on the conversation between East & West. Kyle masterfully crafts thought-provoking conversations focusing on the fullness of ancient Christianity in four areas: Evangelical, Charismatic, Orthodox, & Catholic. Here, in this series, he'll unpack the discipline of fasting - what are the ancient roots of the practice? What caused the divergence in practice between the Catholic and Orthodox traditions? Is this difference an obstacle to unity? 

My prayer is that articles such as these will be edifying to your spirit and will cause you to examine your own disciplines, perhaps move you to discuss them with your spiritual father/spiritual director. I also hope that this will shed some light and understanding on the different practices across the great Christian Tradition. 

As this is a labor of love, in response to all that this community has given me, these articles will be exclusive to supporters. Thank you for all of your support 💛

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