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Father Pat Reardon is a gifted priest who has made Orthodox Christianity understandable to both cradle Orthodox and inquirers.  All denominations of Christians, and even those who are not Christian, have found him to be knowledgable and enlightening on a variety of topics.  He has been speaking and writing for years, compelling others to examine their faith and lives.  If you haven’t read his best selling work or heard him speak, I personally feel that you are missing out!

Father Patrick Henry Reardon

 

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  • Wise Lives: Orthodox Christian Reflections on the Wisdom of Sirach
    Wise Lives: Orthodox Christian Reflections on the Wisdom of Sirach
    by Patrick Henry Reardon
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Aug192009

Have I said "My Cup Runneth Over" before?

God’s blessings seem to multiply at certain times in our lives…..sometimes to one’s sheer amazement!  It is so hard to hold down my excitement every time a new speaker is announced. With each one, new topic headings are created, and the breadth and depth of what we can offer as a bureau becomes more and more complete.  If you only knew the speakers who are working on their documentation to be put up on the OSB site right now….ah, my secret!  I can’t wait to let all of you know.  But, I am patient, or at least I’m working on it.

I just got back from another year at Dormition of the Mother of God Monastery in Rives Junction (see my post from last year).  Another beautiful year…and I think about 700 people!  His Beatitude Metropolitan JONAH was present, His Eminence Archbishop NATHANIEL and His Grace Bishop MARK.  Another blessed year.  Chronia Polla as we say in Greek…..Many Years!

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