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Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection in Waynesville

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Release Date: 09/02/2019

Homily on the Resurrection at Nain show art Homily on the Resurrection at Nain

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Homily on St. Luke 7:11-16.  "At that time, Jesus went to a city called Nain, and his disciples and a great crowd went with him. As he drew near to the gate of the city, behold, a man who had died was being carried out, the only son of his mother, and she was a widow; and a large crowd from the city was with her. And when the Lord saw her, he had compassion on her and said to her, "Do not weep." And he came and touched the bier, and the bearers stood still. And he said, "Young man, I say to you, arise." And the dead man sat up, and began to speak. And he gave him to his mother. Fear...

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Homily - Love without God is Fickle show art Homily - Love without God is Fickle

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Homily: Why We Need to Love God to Really Love Our NeighborGospel Lesson:  St. Matthew 22:35-46 (The Great Commandment)  Great lesson from The Teacher: “what is the most important thing ever?” Love God with all your heart, soul, and mind! CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA: To love God with the whole heart is the cause of every good. The second commandment includes the righteous acts we do toward other people. The first commandment prepares the way for the second and in turn is established by the second. For the person who is grounded in the love of God clearly also loves his neighbor in all...

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Class - Sacramental Realism show art Class - Sacramental Realism

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Our Faith: Orthodox ChristianityThe Mysteries Questions for consideration: does God just work through ideas and the heart, or does He work in the physical world, too?  How about mankind?  Is there such a thing as a blessing?  A curse?  How do they work? Background. God is un-created.  He made this world as an expression of His Love.  He made man in His image to be the steward of creation.  Creation was designed to respond to our touch and to our care (as a reflection of how it responds to His touch and care). We failed in our first calling as good...

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Homily - Keep on Fishing! show art Homily - Keep on Fishing!

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Homily on the first Sunday of Luke (5:1-11).  The Gospel is on Christ calling the disciples to become "fishers of men."  This account at the beginning of Christ's earthly ministry bookends with a similar one that occurs after His Resurrection.  Fr. Anthony reminds us in this homily that we live in the joy of that second account (even when our nets seem empty).  Keep fishing!

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Talk: Ukrainian Organization and Identity  in America - the role of the UOC-USA show art Talk: Ukrainian Organization and Identity in America - the role of the UOC-USA

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This is a recording of the talk I gave for the “Ukrainian Historical Encounters Series”  special event "Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Organized Ukrainian American Community" on 21 September 2019 at the Princeton Club of New York.  I represented the UOC-USA on the panel on "The Ukrainian American Community and Religious Life".  The moderator was Dr. Andrew Sorokowski [Religious Information Service of Ukraine].  The other presenters were the o. Ivan Kasczak (The Ukrainian Catholic Church) and Rev. Mykhailo Cherenkov (Ukrainian Evangelic...

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Excerpts from a Teaching Liturgy - Meditations on Unity show art Excerpts from a Teaching Liturgy - Meditations on Unity

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Every time we do this, it is different.  This time, the focus is on the spiritual peace and harmony offered through the Divine Liturgy.  Sorry about the audio quality; enjoy the show!

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Homily - Sunday before the Cross; Serpents and Salvation show art Homily - Sunday before the Cross; Serpents and Salvation

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Homily on St. John 3:13-17. "The Lord said... as Moses lifted up the serpent in the wilderness, so must the Son of man be lifted up ... " What's that all about? Snakes and salvation. Enjoy the show!

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Homily - Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Unity show art Homily - Forgiveness, Reconciliation, and Unity

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The Gospel is St. Matthew 18:23-35 (the wicked servant who was forgiven but refused to forgive).  God desires that we be one as He is One; forgiveness are essential for both the vertical and horizontal dimensions of this unity.  Enjoy the show!

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Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection in Waynesville show art Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection in Waynesville

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The Gospel is St. Matthew 18:23-35 (the wicked servant who was forgiven but refused to forgive).  The Divine Liturgy was our first in our new location.  Enjoy the show!

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Homily: Lord Save me! show art Homily: Lord Save me!

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1 Corinthians 3:9-17; St. Matthew 14:22-34.  In this homily, given at the first "official" Divine Liturgy with the Holy Resurrection mission in Waynesville, NC, Fr. Anthony focuses on the hand that Jesus Christ gives to Peter when he called out "Lord save me!" as he sank into the water. Enjoy the show!

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The Gospel is St. Matthew 18:23-35 (the wicked servant who was forgiven but refused to forgive).  The Divine Liturgy was our first in our new location.  Enjoy the show!