How Our Departed Ones Live

How Our Departed Ones Live

Author: Monk Mitrophan

Publisher: Holy Trinity Publications

ISBN: 9780884654025

Category: Religion

Page: 395

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"Our Lord Jesus Christ is the Conqueror of death, and, consequently, of the death of our departed ones. Let us say to them in Him, not 'Farewell,' but 'Until we meet again, beloved spouse, good parents, dear brother or sister. Until we meet again!'" While many are now abandoning traditional religious practice, none the less, the reality of death and questions regarding the afterlife remain at the forefront of spiritual consciousness. How Our Departed Ones Live is the answer to those who seek the truth as expressed through the experience of the Orthodox Church. This comprehensive book discusses the source of death and mortality, the inner connection and mutual relationship between the living and the departed, intercession by the living for the departed, and life beyond the grave. It will comfort the grieving and inspire all Christians to strengthen their resolve as they seek first the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness.

Leaving a Spiritual Trail

Leaving a Spiritual Trail

Author: Rev. Ellen Wallace Douglas

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781698709246

Category: Self-Help

Page: 366

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This is the latest book by Rev. Ellen. All her books were inspired (except her memoirs). This book continues to pass on Archangel Gabriel’s lessons in truth given through Rev. Penny to a group in Albany, NY, from 1987 to 1999. Check out Gabriel is the Announcer of the Ages. This is the Age of Aquarius. Gabriel called it the Truth Age. It is the first age of our spiritual journey back Home to God, our Source and Substance. Pisces was the last age of our devolution. Now humankind begins its revolution back to its Creator. May the reader enjoy the journey of awakening to your sacred Self.

Living Liturgy

Living Liturgy

Author: Jessie Bazan

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780814666081

Category: Religion

Page: 320

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Living Liturgy™ 2023 provides practical and engaging content from expert authors to enrich your communal prayer and ministry. A robust formation program, Living Liturgy™ offers the readings, plus insightful reflections, and contextual background information for Sundays, solemnities, and additional feasts of liturgical and national importance. This best-selling annual resource is ideal for parish ministers, liturgists, pastors, planning committees, adult faith formation groups, and anyone who wishes to explore the connections between liturgy and life. An entirely new resource created for each liturgical year, Living Liturgy™ gives your team the spiritual preparation they need to serve in their ministries, integrating daily living, prayer, and study in an inviting and easy-to-use format. Original art by Ruberval Monteiro da Silva, OSB, complements the text and invites further reflection on the gospel of the day. This indispensable guide deepens a liturgical spirituality and strengthens the worship experience for the whole parish. Featured Content Reflecting on the Gospel Preparing to Proclaim Psalmist Preparation Making Connections Between the Readings Homily Points Model Penitential Act Model Universal Prayer (Prayer of the Faithful) Liturgy and Music Living Liturgy Prompts for Faith-Sharing

People and Things from the Blount County, Alabama, Blount County Journal 1909 - 1918

People and Things from the Blount County, Alabama, Blount County Journal 1909 - 1918

Author: Robin Sterling


ISBN: 9781329095342

Category: History

Page: 422

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The Blount Count Journal published in Oneonta from 1909 to 1918. Compared to other Blount County papers, the Journal was only a small blip on the journalistic radar in Blount County. However, it is an often overlooked and untapped source of great genealogical and historical knowledge. While some of the articles mirror those published in its contemporary publications, often the Journal captured other obituaries and news missed by the Democrat. Most of the original copies of the Journal were found in the court house in Oneonta. These were reviewed for notices of births, marriages, obituaries and interesting news items. Missing issues from the court house were reviewed at the State Archives in Montgomery. This book will add to the body of knowledge of Blount County, Alabama and will serve as a useful tool for area genealogists and historians.