A celebration of Easter in the Orthodox Church
I’m in Memphis visiting my new grandson and his parents. While I’m here, I’m doing most of the cooking, and I’m preparing some freezer-to-crockpot meals they can have after I leave. When I went to the grocery, I saw catfish nuggets at the fish counter. We get a lot of...read more
If St. Moses the Black had another name before he joined the monastic community in the Egyptian desert, I don’t know what it was. It’s possible, I suppose, that his parents named him Moses, and that he kept that name when he was received into the monastery. But it...read more
Good Night, Baddies is as delightful and charming as a bedtime book can possibly be. The story starts with the illustration on the title page. The big, bad wolf, outside the home of the three little pigs, isn’t huffing and puffing. Instead, he’s attempting to stifle a...read more
Through an inspired interplay of text and image, author Charlotte Riggle and illustrator R.J. Hughes have created something truly wonderful: a story about a particular Paschal celebration that transcends its specificity and embraces the world.
— His Eminence Metropolitan Savas of Pittsburgh