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Ephesians 6. In a world full of conflict, is the church wearing the armor she has been given? Our ancient enemy sows strife and division. Fr. Paul reminds us that our hope rests in our victor, Christ, who gives us power to stand as he has stood.
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October 21, 2020
Modern Americans work harder and for longer hours than almost ever before. According to the writer of Ecclesiastes, however, work is like wealth. If we look to it to provide meaning and happiness, it will inevitably disappoint us. So how can we relate to work wisely?
Praying with the Saints
Father Paul leads evening prayer and tells the story of Alfred the Great, King of the West Saxons and church reformer.