I am very hopeful about the future. I am looking forward to the next chapter.
In the heat of all of this, the Psalmist comes along and offers a cool, refreshing peace that is found in knowing and celebrating who God is and who we are.
Behind every death number reported is a real flesh and blood person who has a family that loves them.
Maybe one gift we can find in the horror of this pandemic is that our on-line selves can represent our better selves.
In the ideal world, of course, it is better that the sacramental meal is shared with sisters and brothers. But our world is often far from ideal.
26th March 2020 Dear brothers and sisters, The pilgrimage of faith is taking us into challenging territory: let us walk together in hope and in the certainty of...
Interview: Metropolitan of Pergamon John Zizioulas with Public Orthodoxy (23 March 2020) We wish to hear your views on the current situation, since your theolog...
We must come with no expectation, with all humility, and with love, love for God and love for our neighbor.