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“@DarlaBall9 Good evening Darla. Enjoy the rest of your day. Baptism Russian style.”

An Orthodox priest baptises a baby in the icy waters of the river Tundzha during celebrations of Epiphany in the town of Kalofer, Bulgaria Photograph: Valentina Petrova/AP Orthodox Priest, Orthodox Christianity, We Are The World, People Around The World, Epiphany, Russia, Faith, Culture, Celebrities

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Epiphany celebrations - An Orthodox priest baptises a baby in the icy waters of the river Tundzha during celebrations of Epiphany in the town of Kalofer, Bulgaria Photograph: Valentina Petrova/AP

When you pray in your heart - The Ascetic Experience Russian Painting, Orthodox Christianity, Eucharist, Prayer Book, Orthodox Icons, Sacred Art, Portraits, Priest, Catholic

When you pray in your heart - The Ascetic Experience

When you pray in your heart, you’re united with God and transcend the barriers of time. You experience the reality (mystery) of eternity, free of time and all constructs of this world. You withdraw from the distractions of this world and, collecting yourself, you rediscover the original state of unity between your mind and heart. This is the solution for everyone living in our contemporary society. It’s difficult, but not impossible. If you want to pray for you or to donate, click…

A children's icon stand. Made by Fr Stephen Freeman at St Anne Orthodox Church, Oak Ridge, TN. **Would be a neat idea for the narthax at church** Catholic Altar, Roman Catholic, Orthodox Catholic, Religious Icons, Religious Art, Prayer Corner, Home Altar, Orthodox Christianity, Orthodox Icons

The Grammar of the Faith - Glory to God for All Things

Recent studies have documented the fact that we begin to acquire language from our earliest moments. Even the babbling of infants plays a role. Sounds, words, facial expressions – all have a part in perhaps the most complex of all human activities. As we learn to speak, we not only learn words and sounds, but we simultaneously learn the unspoken rules that govern every language – the rules of grammar. I recall…

A Byzantine general with an Orthodox priest before the battle. The Army and the Orthodox Church still are two pillars of Greeks society Byzantine Army, Orthodox Priest, Empire Romain, Templer, Knights Templar, Medieval Art, Russian Art, Roman Empire, Middle Ages

Yuri Pantyukhin. Ss Dmitri Donskoi and Sergei of Radonezh (from the triptych “For the Russian Land!”). 2000s

Ss Dmitri Donskoi and Sergei of Radonezh (from the triptych "For the Russian Land!") Yuri Pantyukhin 2000s

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Charles, Prince of Wales, at the funeral of Elder Dionisie of Colciu The Queens Children, The Holy Mountain, We Happy Few, Russian Orthodox, Byzantine Icons, Band Of Brothers, Kindred Spirits, Religious Icons, Faith Hope Love

1672 – Prince Charles visiting Romanian kelli in 2000 and 2004

Prince Charles occasionally visits the Holy Mountain and especially Vatopedi (269, 944 and 1021). On the internet I found this picture of Charles visiting the Elder Dionysios of the Romanian St. Georges kelli called Colciu on April 19th 2000. After a long search and with the assistence of reader Emil (thanks!) I could locate this kelli on…