How Does God speak to Us? — “Fresh Manna” – Bible Devotions by Tim Burt

Fresh Manna by Pastor Tim Burt I was having coffee with a close friend, catching up on life. Our conversation drifted from one subject to another. Suddenly we were talking about the Lord and about all the ways He speaks to us in our life. He proceeded to tell a story about he and his […]

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“We have been entrusted with the administration and use of temporal wealth for the common good, not with the everlasting ownership of private property” — Eclectic Orthodoxy

“What have you,” asks the Apostle, “that you have not received?” This means, beloved, that we should not be miserly, regarding possessions as our own, but should rather invest what has been entrusted to us. We have been entrusted with the administration and use of temporal wealth for the common good, not with the everlasting ownership […]

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The Making of a CISO

I am asked often these days by businesses, churches, not for profits, middle governing bodies about the role of a Chief Information Security Officer commonly known as the “CISO.”  With more and more emphasis being placed on data privacy and security, with more laws and regulations coming down the pike, everyone will be affected, and […]

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THOMAS MERTON: A PROPHETIC VOICE FOR TODAY by Cassidy Hall — ORTHODOXY IN DIALOGUE

Editorial Note: A full half-century after the tragic death of Thomas Merton, OCSO, shortly before his 54th birthday (January 31, 1915-December 10, 1968), the person and writings of this renowned Trappist monk continue to inspire Christians of every ecclesial and denominational affiliation. The rise of demagoguery and reactionary politics around the planet—which feeds on our inability […]

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Silicon Valley faith: The tech capital’s surprising life of the spirit — Aleteia — Catholic Spirituality, Lifestyle, World News, and Culture

It’s not all a relentless pursuit of wealth and technological innovations.

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“To have a Christian love for our neighbors is to love God in them, or them in God” — Eclectic Orthodoxy

Because God created us in his own image and likeness, he ordained that our love for one another should be in the image and likeness of the love we owe him, our God. He said: “You must love the Lord your God with your whole heart. This is the first and greatest commandment. The second […]

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