It was like they were ripping raw chunks of theology out of ancient creeds and throwing them by the handfuls into the congregation.
by Tamara Schmerse Methodist Part 8 of 17 I remembered something I had discovered when doing my family tree research several years earlier. An ancestor of mine, by the name of William Carvosso, had written a book in the year 1815, about his experiences with God and the Church. I had managed to secure myself […]
by Tamara Schmerse Part 1 of 17 This delightful story of Tamara’s journey is captivating. I’ve decided to publish it in it’s entirety as a series from her blog, My Search For The Truth. Enjoy this excellent journey, and thank you, Tamara, for allowing us to republish it! My Search For The Truth (And Subsequent […]
The Journey of Fr. John Wehling by Sharon Dargay Spiritually speaking, the Rev. John Wehling has spent most of his 43 years searching for a home. He found it eight years ago in the Orthodox priesthood, a calling that brought the married, father of three and his family to Livonia in July. Wehling will celebrate […]
by Terry Mattingly Wherever bishops travel, churches plan lavish banquets and other solemn tributes to honor their hierarchs. Visitations by Archbishop Dmitri Royster of the Orthodox Church in America were different, since the faithful in the 14-state Diocese of the South knew that one memorable event would take care of itself. All they had to […]