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Moscow Patriarch Pens Letter to Council in Crete BYZANTINE, TEXAS - June 17, 2016 ... Holiness Patriarch Bartholomew, Your Holinesses and Beatitudes, The Most Reverend Fellow-Archpastors, The Honorable Representatives of Local Orthodox Churches: I cordially greet you on behalf of the Russian Orthodox Church and on behalf of the Orthodox faithful in Russia, Ukraine, Belorussia, Moldova and other countries, who comprise the vast flock of the Moscow Patriarchate. Brothers, we all are the one Body of Christ (cf. 1 Cor. 12:27). We have received the priceless gift of ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2016/06/moscow-patriarch-pens-letter-to-council.html
Reflection: Matthew 5:1-12 THE DOME BLOG - June 6, 2016 Monday of the 10th Week in Ordinary Time – Matthew 5:1-12 Today Jesus is teaching his disciples. In his teaching, he gifts them with the Beatitudes. We all are familiar with the Beatitudes. However, do we take the time to sit with these eight beautiful teachings and ask ourselves: "How do I strive to be a living example of this beatitude?" Today is Monday, the beginning of a new week. I invite you to read the whole Gospel passage ...http://ferdinandbenedictines.blogspot.com/2016/06/reflection-matthew-51-12.html
Divine Providence ... ABBEY ROADS - June 6, 2016 ... on the words of the evangelist Luke who also speaks of the Beatitudes and lists what he calls the 'four woes': 'Woe to the rich, to the satiated, to those who laugh now, to you when all speak well of you'. [...]the Pope said the three steps that lead to perdition are: "the attachment to riches, because I need nothing;" "Vanity – that all must speak well of me, making me feel important, making too much of a fuss… and I am convinced to be in the right" he said, ...http://abbey-roads.blogspot.com/2016/06/divine-providence.html