Tag: Grief

The Resurrection Miracle Revealed to the Myrrhbearers
Theology, Women in the Church

The Resurrection Miracle Revealed to the Myrrhbearers

български | ქართული | ελληνικά | Русский | Српски The first rising of the sun in the East shoots rose light across the dim landscape; it is a time the early monks knew well, for a prayer service was starting, when the bell-ringer could just begin to see the lines in his hand. The Evangelist…

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Who Are You When You Feel Liturgically?
Liturgical Life, Theology

Who Are You When You Feel Liturgically?

Ελληνικά What is emotion? Do emotions have a history? Who has emotion? Are emotions innate? These questions are far more complex than they might seem. Indeed, in recent years, scholars have explored how emotions were understood and enacted throughout history, investigated how emotional discourses acted as drivers of cultural and political change, and probed the…

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Grief Is a Funny Thing
Christian Practice

Grief Is a Funny Thing

I recently took my wife to see Les Misérables. From the first time I heard it, it became one of my favorite musicals. I did not really understand all of the themes and topics at first, often turning to my mom for explanation as we were listening in the car. When asked to choose something…

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