How Big Foundation Money Is Subverting Traditional Christianity

How Big Foundation Money Is Subverting Traditional Christianity –
There is a struggle within Christianity right now between those who want to retain its traditional moral and social teachings and those who seek to modernize and conform Christianity to the modern liberal democratic social order of the west. We saw this in Protestant churches immediately after the Reformation with some of the more radical reformers fleeing Europe to settle in America. Once here, they were preaching social gospel and egalitarianism by the mid-nineteenth century. We saw it again in the Roman Catholic church in the mid-twentieth century, beginning mostly with Vatican II. In both Protestant and Catholic churches, traditionalists have been mostly drowned out by modernists. Many Protestant churches now accept female ministers, LGBT clergy, and even gay marriage and abortion in some cases. Pope Francis embodies all the modern liberalization within the Roman Catholic church. From his banning of traditional Latin Mass to leading interfaith prayers at pagan temples and advocating for socialist policies, Francis has all but completed the modern liberalization of the Roman Catholic Church.

Read More »

Pure Evil

For those of you who have been reading my blog articles concerning The Orthodox Montanica Conference that took place at Holy Trinity Serbian Orthodox Church in Butte, Montana, you are already aware of how excited we all were that 95 percent of the participants were young men from across the country.

Read More »

Man Up

A special Father’s Day message from Fr Hans Jacobse. He touches on the importance of Fathers in the modern world.

Read More »
Scientism: The Joke’s On You

Scientism: The Joke’s On You

Ours is the great transition age. For the masses, the glowing assumption is that the revolutionary period we are undergoing is the work of a long, evolutionary process of “natural progress.” Wandering about their bubbles, the hipster proles neither challenge nor examine these presuppositions, rather decorating their cafeteria-plate lives with a long string of media-generated buzzwords and empty slogans overheard in establishment schooling…

Read More »
Filioque? History of a Doctrinal Controversy

Filioque? History of a Doctrinal Controversy

Fr Dcn Dr Ananias and Lewis join me to discuss the seminal scholarly survey of the The Filioque: History of a Doctrinal Controversy. The first comprehensive overview in English of the developments of the Filioque doctrine. We will look at the relevant patristic sources, the medieval debate as well as Lyons and Florence, into the modern period. 

Read More »

A Gift From God

I have chosen not to bless my monks, nor my spiritual children, to take the vaccine. I do not think any vaccine will prevent anyone from getting Covid, and I have read with increased horror as the evidence has become increasingly clear within the scientific community that this vaccine is in reality causing the spread of this virus within the human community, while preventing natural immunity.

Read More »

How To Support Your Priest

Parish priests feel pressures that are found in no other profession. The type of man that generally is drawn to the holy priesthood is one who has a heart for serving others. Bishops and priests are often expected to do far more than is humanly possible. Bishops, as fathers to their people, are expected to be superhuman. Judged if they are not..

Read More »
Seeking Theosis in a Nihilistic World

Seeking Theosis in a Nihilistic World

I read online, some very disturbing information. It seems that when polls are taken around the country as to what religious affiliation people have, that for the first time in our nation’s history, the common thread is none no religion. No religious affiliation. No identity with any kind of religion, let alone Christianity. This is extremely the opposite of what it was like when I was in high school. I could remember…

Read More »

There Is Only One Church – Why Orthodoxy?

A number of people recently have been asking me why I became orthodox. Why orthodoxy?

Now of course, I can talk about my own experience but in reality God reaches out to each of us in a very specific way. Each of us as individuals, God calls and reaches each to us uniquely, our own experience of God’s call is a unique thing.

What leads one man to God may be completely different another leads one man into God’s Church may be completely different to another.

Read More »

be part of our ministry

help us grow & spread the patristic message to the world.

Church Service
Candles