Monday, September 24, 2012

Jesus NOT married and 1st Sunday of Luke Sermon LET DOWN YOUR NET

Jesus NOT married and 1st Sunday of Luke Sermon LET DOWN YOUR NET sermon 9-23-2012 at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, Fr Ted Toppses

Monday, September 10, 2012


The Journey of The Soul



A spiritual poem by Fr Ted Toppses
(best in full screen)

Sunday, September 2, 2012

St. John Chrysostom on Matthew Chapter 1 Homily 1 free audio mp3


HOMILIES OF ST. JOHN CHRYSOSTOM


ARCHBISHOP OF CONSTANTINOPLE, 

ON THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW 

HOMILY 1 on Matthew Chapter 1

To watch / listen click     http://vimeo.com/48702905 



This sermon was adapted and produced with the spoken word (computer Bob voice) by Father Ted Toppses everyone is free to copy this audio/video file in its entirety and distribute for no cost only.

This is in computer Bob voice, I am producing these in order to give people a chance to listen rather than read.  I have modified the text in places for Modern English.  You are free to copy this audio or video file in its entirety and distribute at no cost, you are not allowed to charge for this.
- the following is from orthodoxwiki.org
Our father among the saints John Chrysostom (347-407), Archbishop of Constantinople, was a notable Christian bishop and preacher from the fourth and fifth centuries in Syria and Constantinople. He is famous for eloquence in public speaking and his denunciation of abuse of authority in the Church and in the Roman Empire of the time. He had notable ascetic sensibilities. After his death he was named Chrysostom, which comes from the Greek Χρυσόστομος, "golden-mouthed." The Orthodox Church honors him as a saint (feast day, November 13) and counts him among the Three Holy Hierarchs (feast day, January 30), together with Saints Basil the Great and Gregory the Theologian. He is also recognized by the Roman Catholic Church, which considers him a saint and Doctor of the Church, and the Church of England, both of whom commemorate him on September 13. His relics were stolen from Constantinople by Crusaders in 1204 (commemorated on January 27) and brought to Rome, but were returned on November 27, 2004, by Pope John Paul II.