The Desert Fathers On Rebuking Others

“Those who feel the greatest need to rebuke others are probably the ones who ought to be doing it the least.” Abba Poemen said, ‘If a man has sinned and denies it, saying: “I have not sinned,” do not reprimand him; for that will discourage him. But say to him, “Do not lose heart, brother, Read more about The Desert Fathers On Rebuking Others[…]

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Reflection on My Soul

My prayers are weak and ineffectual. They are diluted by the sinful state of my soul. It is only in His great mercy that God would condescend to hear them! I am possessed of the passions, egoism, pride and gluttony foremost. God permits me to pray for others so that I might fight against these Read more about Reflection on My Soul[…]

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Modeling Humility and Repentance: A Homily on Zacchaeus Sunday

Fr. Irineos uses the Gospel account of Zacchaeus to examine a model of humility and repentance that prepares us for Great Lent and ultimately Pascha. Listen to “Modeling Humility and Repentance: Homily for Zacchaeus Sunday” on Spreaker. It's only fair to share…FacebookTwitterPinterestemail

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