Monthly Archives: February 2018

‘IT’S NOT OUR CHURCH, IT’S GOD’S CHURCH,’ ORTHODOX PRIEST REMINDS

By LORETTA FULTON Father Joseph Huneycutt sometimes has to fight back the urge to say what’s on his mind, like when a teenager asks why there are no longer any miracles. “I want to say, ‘you are a miracle,’” Huneycutt, pastor of St. Joseph Orthodox Church in Houston, said during a talk Feb. 6 at Abilene’s St. Luke Orthodox Church.

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WHAT DOES CHOCOLATE HAVE TO DO WITH JESUS? RECONSIDERING LENT

By JANICE SIX As the season of Lent draws near, even Christians from non-liturgical denominations and traditions can be heard discussing what they plan to “give up” during the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter morning. It’s baffling to me what people choose to “give up” as a spiritual practice during Lent. For example: Chocolate. Yes, it’s considered to

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