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January 2018: "Be Always with Me and Me: Spiritual Advice for the Ages!"ource: “My Life in Christ,” extracts from the diary of St. John of Kronstadt, Holy Trinity Monastery, Jordanville, NY (1994), pp. 436-441.
February 2018: "The Most Beautiful Service of My Life
March 2018: "Man and His Fall," by Metropolitan Hierotheos of Nafpaktos, from “Entering the Orthodox Church—the Catechism and Baptism of Adults.”
April 2018: "The Sinner’s Condition," by St. Theophan the Recluse, from “The Path to Salvation, A Concise Outline of Christian Ascesis,” translated by Hieromonk Seraphim (Rose), published by the Holy Monastery of St. Paisius, Arizona (2016), pp. 88-92.
May 2018: "The Victor over Death," by St. Nikolai Velimirovic, from “Homilies, vol. I,” Lazarica Press, Birmingham (1996), pp. 205-211.
June 2018: "The Power of the Cross: The Demonic Hosts Tremble When They See The Cross…," by St. John Maximovitch.
July 2018: "Proclamation of Personhood," a Proclamation by the President of the United States of America, January 14, 1988.
August 2018: "On The Mediatress of Our Race," by St. Hierotheos, from “Extract from the Ecomium at the Dormition of the Theotokos.”.
September 2018: "The 1955 Kristallnacht in Constantinople." Source: September/October 2007 issue of the “Greek-America” Magazine.
October 2018: "Why Children Suffer?," from the book “When Children Are Ill; Counsels of an Orthodox Doctor,” Moscow 1992. Translated from Blagovestnik, parish bulletin of the Holy Virgin Cathedral in San Francisco, July 1993.
November 2018: "Undistracted Prayer, Depression & Fear, and the Falsehood of Heretics." Source: “The Spiritual Life and How to Be Attuned to It,” by St. Theophan the Recluse, translated by Alexandra Dockham, The Holy Monastery of St. Paisius, AZ (1996), Letter Sixty-Nine, pp. 185-187 and 269-273.
December 2018: "The Nativity Sermon," by St. John Chrysostom.