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“O Mother of God, the Indescribable Word of the Father took flesh through you…

So cute! A short icon stand for kids.  Better to make it adjustable to grow with them.

Children’s icon stand or analogion Per Kevin Basil Fritts: This photo is from St Anne Orthodox Church in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. The child-sized analogion was built by the rector, Fr.

“God is everywhere. There is no place God is not…You cry out to Him, ‘Where art Thou, my God?’ And He answers, “I am present, my child! I am...

There is no place God is not…You cry out to Him, ‘Where art Thou, my God?’ And He answers, “I am present, my child!

Jesus came from the Family of the Holy Trinity to the Holy Family, therefore, families are holy.

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"O Lord and Master of my life, a spirit of idleness, despondency, ambition, and idle talking give me not.    But rather a spirit of chastity, humble-mindedness, patience, and love bestow upon me Thy servant. .   Yea, O Lord and King, grant me to see my failings and not condemn my brother; for blessed art Thou unto the ages of ages. Amen. (Ephrem the Syrian)

"O Lord and Master of my life, a spirit of idleness, despondency, ambition, and idle talking give me not. But rather a spirit of chastity, humble-mindedness, patience, and love bestow upon me Thy servant. . Yea, O Lord and King, grant me to see my failings and not condemn my brother; for blessed art Thou unto the ages of ages. Amen. (Ephrem the Syrian)

love without words

“A dog is better than I am, for he loves and he does not judge.” — Abba Xanthios, Sayings of the Desert Fathers Orthodox monk with a wolf!

Make the sign of the cross regularly to acknowledge the presence of our Lord.

Make the sign of the cross regularly to acknowledge the presence of our Lord.-Pentecost (child holding a branch of birch)

Icons in Hobbiton: Charming faces of Russian Orthodoxy monk

Charming faces of Russian Orthodoxy monk [Father Nikolai, an elder of the Ufa diocese, visits the cloister to answer workers' questions.] a wonderful slideshow!

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