Jesus, Mary & Joseph in England (Constantine & Helen, too)!

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AFR BLURB:  Just back from five weeks in the United Kingdom, Fr Joseph shares from his travelogue on the Saints -- and others -- he encountered there.  In other words, what do Joseph of Arimathea, Patrick of Ireland, Elder Sophrony, King Arthur, and Ron Weasley all have in common?Is Glastonbury known for more than a muddy music festival?Did Our Lord visit England as a boy?Do airline security personnel visit Armagh?The Orthodixie Podcast on Ancient Faith Radio! … [Read more...]

Fire from Ashes – The Reality of Perpetual Conversion

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Projected ship date, July 7by Joseph Huneycutt & Steve RobinsonPopular bloggers and podcasters Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and Steve “the Builder” Robinson explore the reality of life in Christ as perpetual conversion—falling and rising, falling and rising again. No matter how cold the ashes of our hearts, with Christ’s help we can fan them back into flame. Illustrated with Steve’s inimitable cartoons.Available for PRE-ORDER. … [Read more...]

The Premarital Podcast That Has Everyone Singing!

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Every now and then someone asks me to send them my notes or outline structure for Premarital Counseling.  With every couple, with little variation, it's all pretty much the same.  If I can get the couple to think about, eventually talk about, four common topics ... it's a good start.Marriage is hard work.  I'm convinced that any man and woman can make a marriage work ... if THEY are willing to work!So, here's an oldie but goodie (with a whole lotta songs) on Premarital Counseling:The … [Read more...]

COLCHESTER: The Parish of St Helen

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Traveling the United Kingdom as an Orthodox pilgrim, you just never know what you might find. There was a time when I wanted to start a mission in Charlotte, North Carolina and name it for St Helen. I was told that it would need to be named for Ss Constantine & Helen. Regardless, it never came to fruition. But, my youngest daughter, Helen will be happy to note that there is a parish named for [only] her patron saint in Colchester, England. Colchester has a rich history -- as does the Parish … [Read more...]


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