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  • Caitlin Thompson

    Family Life in an Orthodox Rhythm: Finding peace for our family through an Orthodox understanding/approach to life (so good)!

  • Lisa Wuertz

    Orthodox family life in rhythm "Standing as an antidote to this numbing sameness is the insistence of the Orthodox Church that all days are decidedly not the same. If we really pay attention to the rhythm of the church year and let it permeate our family life, we won’t be bored. We won’t be tempted to that despair that is the opposite of peace because it makes us feel angry and cheated: wasn’t there supposed to be more to life than this endless roll of identical days?"

  • Danielle Dyball

    Family Life lived in an Orthodox Rhythm.

  • Suzy Dowling

    Orthodox moment

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