Books by Fr. Ted
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- Fr. Ted added 'Roots of Christian Mysticism: Texts from Patristic Era with Commentary'
- Fr. Ted added 'Becoming Human: Meditations on Christian Anthropology in Word and Image'
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Category Archives: Peace
“Justin Martyr (100-165) contrasted his life before and after his conversion to Christ in terms of peace and violence: We who [once] delighted in war, in the slaughter of one another and in every other kind of iniquity have in … Continue reading
What is the price of peace and the cost of having peacekeepers? The cost can be measured in dollars, but that is only part of the price. It also taxes our moral values. It takes its toll upon our willingness … Continue reading
As we come to the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack on the United States, we who are disciples of the King of Peace, should pause for prayer – for the peace of the whole world and for the salvation … Continue reading
As the world watches the Syrian conflict expand into what may be yet another Mideast war, I saw the following comment by contributing editor Stephen Bates in the recent issue of The Wilson Quarterly. He was commenting on the competition in … Continue reading
““O Lord, send down on us Your Holy Spirit, for knowledge of You and all that appertains unto You come solely through the Holy Spirit, Who in the beginning You did give unto Adam, and after him to the holy … Continue reading
I am for peace; but when I speak, they are for war! (Psalms 120:7) As I’ve been convalescing from my spinal fusion surgery, I have a lot of down time, and am just beginning to feel well enough to feel … Continue reading
Jesus said, “What comes out of a man is what defiles a man. For from within, out of the heart of man, come evil thoughts, fornication, theft, murder, adultery, coveting, wickedness, deceit, licentiousness, envy, slander, pride, foolishness. All these evil … Continue reading
“We, the faithful, should look upon all the faithful as one single being, and should consider that Christ dwells in each of them. We should have such love for each of them that we are willing to lay down our … Continue reading
“Sometimes, when we have been overcome by pride or impatience and are unwilling to correct our unseemly and undisciplined behavior, we complain that we are in need of solitude, as if we would find the virtue of patience in a … Continue reading