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Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection in Waynesville

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Release Date: 09/02/2019

Livestream Audio: Moleban in Times of Deathbearing Pestilence show art Livestream Audio: Moleban in Times of Deathbearing Pestilence

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This is the audio from Fr. Anthony's daily youtube livestream: ().  Before praying the Moleban for Times of Pestilence and Deathbearing Disease (Book of Needs, Volume 4, St. Tikhons), Fr. Anthony invites us to enter into an attitude of prayer together with three deep breaths and the Jesus Prayer.

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Coronavirus Homily - Back to Basics show art Coronavirus Homily - Back to Basics

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In this homily, given as the devastation and growing risk of the coronavirus is becoming known, Fr. Anthony takes us back to basics, calling us to love (and know) God in peace and to love (and serve) our neighbor in hardship.  The latter includes a willingness to suffer well, in Christ. 

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Homily - the Stumbling Block of Politicized Priests show art Homily - the Stumbling Block of Politicized Priests

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In this homily given on the Sunday of Orthodoxy, Fr. Anthony makes the point that it is much more difficult to bring people into the Church than it is to drive them out and keep them away.  One easy way we, members of the Royal Priesthood, can keep people out of our pews is by showing how much more seriously we take our tribal politics than the Gospel.  Enjoy the show!

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The Three Levels of Forgiveness show art The Three Levels of Forgiveness

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Homily on St. Matthew 6:14-21, in which Fr. Anthony distinguishes between forgiveness that leads to reconciliation, that which allows relations to continue in hopes of reconciliation, and that which leads to an unfortunate but necessary separation.

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Homily on Judgment - or something show art Homily on Judgment - or something

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As I told the people at the end of the liturgy, this homily was about two hours of editing away from being worthwhile!  It's great being in a PhD program, etc., but it leaves much time than I'm used to (and need) to prepare.  It's usually okay, but this day I tried out a couple points that weren't quite ready.

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Dn Michael Abrahamson on Music and his Life in Christ show art Dn Michael Abrahamson on Music and his Life in Christ

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Dn. Michael Abrahamson talks about the role music (and kindness) has played in his deepening his love of God.  Enjoy the show!

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Homily - Finding Our Story in the Prodigal Son show art Homily - Finding Our Story in the Prodigal Son

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In this homily on the parable of the Prodigal Son (St. Luke 15:11-32), Fr. Anthony challenges us to move beyond seeing ourselves just as the Prodigal into imitating the Father (while avoiding becoming the Older Son!).  Enjoy the show!

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Anaphora - Holy Holy Holy show art Anaphora - Holy Holy Holy

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Arranged by Dn. Michael Abrahamson, sung as part of the Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection Mission (UOC-USA) in Waynesville, NC on 2/16/2020.

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Trisagion-OdetoJoy show art Trisagion-OdetoJoy

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Arranged by Dn. Michael Abrahamson.  Sung as part of the Divine Liturgy at Holy Resurrection Mission (UOC-USA) in Waynesville, NC on 2/16/2020.

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Homily - Sanctify the Moment with the Publican show art Homily - Sanctify the Moment with the Publican

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Homily – Publican and Pharisee Fr. Anthony Perkins All of creation is pregnant with potential – less full of lifeless atoms or particles than of seeds just waiting to be brought forth into fruition.  And here I speak not just of literal seeds (although it is almost time to start working with those and getting them ready for transfer into the garden come Spring), but of everything.  All of creation is ready to grow, made that way by its Maker, just waiting for our attention – the attention of its stewards – to bring it from possibility into realization.  When sown by...

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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!