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Fr Joseph reminisces about Metropolitan Philip prior to the Trisagion for the Departed at St Joseph Church, Houston, on the Sunday of the Cross, March 23, 2014.<div class="feedflare">
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A long time ago, in a parish far, far away . . . It is a period of church war. Ortho-Nerds, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the Nominal Ecclesiarch. During the struggle, Ortho-Nerd spies managed to steal secret plans to the Ecclesiarch's ultimate weapon, the Death Pew ...
Sometimes you can judge a podcast by its title!<div class="feedflare">
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The changing nature of words only distorts what defines us in Christ. One way or the other, we're all the same.<div class="feedflare">
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Just a few women, at first, raised their hands; later, all of them acknowledged their "sonship". If God's their Father, who's their Mother? Fr. Joseph speaks to gals and guys at St Nicholas Church, Shreveport, Louisiana.<div class="feedflare">
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Fr. Joseph speaks in Belleville, Ontario, at a seminar hosted by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. Lovely folks, lovely place. But like many of us, they have their work cut out for them—keeping Orthodox Christianity ALIVE in that little place. Here follows a few snippets from our time together.<div ...
Whether in tuxedo or collar, whether playing the role of smart aleck or slow learner, one thing is certain: Stuff happens. Be prepared. Say your prayers . . . and wear clean underwear.<div class="feedflare">
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Joseph, a priest, is called. The question is: Is he guilty?<div class="feedflare">
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Ever tempted by those misbaving in church—you know, the parents? (Of course, kids can be quite the nuisance, too.) Fr. Joseph ventures where angels, at least priests—even parents, fear to tread!<div class="feedflare">
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Ever thought of a sermon while chasing a cigarette-smoking dog named S-s-s-tan out behind a mosque on a Sunday morning? (Well, Fr Joseph is not sure he has either.)<div class="feedflare">
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Fr Joseph slips into something a little less comfortable, but it's what everyone wears in the Kingdom!<div class="feedflare">
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From Waiters to Ask Abouna, from Cups to Taylor the Latte Boy, from Living Water to Green Eggs & Ham . . . it must be Camp St Raphael "live" from Wagoner, Oklahoma! YaBoy!<div class="feedflare">
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What does John the Baptist have in common with bees, mead, honey and moons—even honeymoons? Fr. Joseph fills in the details and answers the question: If Zacharias and Elizabeth knew then what they know now, would they have gone through with it all?<div class="feedflare">
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Fr. Joseph presents a snip of material that he and Steve Robinson are working on at the St George Cathedral (Wichita) men's retreat in Victoria, Kansas.<div class="feedflare">
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This is really not a sermon about so-called same-sex unions. Really, it's not.<div class="feedflare">
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Fr. Danislav Gregorio returns to the Orthodixie podcast to hawk his new country music CD. (WARNING: You have been warned.)<div class="feedflare">
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Emerging from a long hiatus, Fr Joseph comes out of the closet (!) and runs into a bus full of bullies.<div class="feedflare">
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Fr. Joseph entertains questions from young people at Camp St. Raphael—proving, Darwin's Theory notwithstanding, that the more things change, the more they remain the same.<div class="feedflare">
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Fr. Joseph took his recorder to Camp only to find that it . . . aged him? Er, the campers' songs aged him? Maybe he took his recorder—and his age—to camp? Anyway, the podcast is new and he is old. (But, he's not the oldest.) Here's an audio snapshot of Camp St. Raphael, Session One, Diocese of Wichita ...
Fr. Joseph was with Fr John Salem and the good folks at St Elijah Antiochian Orthodox Church, Oklahoma City, the fourth week of Lent. Here's a short excerpt from the two-day retreat.<div class="feedflare">
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