Every Easter Orthodox churches around the world read this sermon by John Chrysostom (349-407) the early church's famed preacher and archbishop of Constantinople at the great Church of Holy Wisdom (Hagia Sophia).
"The Man of Sorrows - Wednesday of Holy Week" is taken from the book Divine Intimacy written by Father Gabriel.
The following is a reading from the homilies of St. Augustine on St. John's Gospel
The following is a rendition taken form the book entitled "Patristic Wisdom for Daily Living" written by Mike Aquilina.
The article of Xenia the Visionary is presented with an unknow author. The rendition is given by the VryRevDrGODJr.++
"No temptation is irresistible, says Origen."
IN GOD'S PRESENCE CONSIDER . . . Just in the past day, which of my failings have I made excuses for - either to other people or to myself?
CLOSING PRAYER: Father, may all the beauties and attractions of this ever-changing world serve only to bring me closer to your Kingdom.
"The Poorest of the Poor. The Hardest of the Hardcore." Where we came from; Where we were; Where we are; Where we are going." The Zine of Death to the World - No. 3 - 1994". VryRevDrGODJr.++
Umilenie is a "true story" submitted to the Zine by an unnamed Monk. The reading rendition is given by the VryRevDrGODJr++
Death to the World - No. 2; a rendition from Martyrius Hope entitled "Accept All Cultures -- Embrace None" and indeed, an incredible and pertinent addition applicable to the society of this day from Monk Justin Martyr.