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  • Davide, > I would like to ask whether any form of the Greek Orthodox Jesus > prayer ("Kyrie Iisou Christe, hyie Theou, eleison me ton amartolon", > i.e. "Lord Jesus Christ, son of God, forgive me a sinner") exists in > the Syriac tradition. It is recited counting how many times it is > said on a prayer rope. We do have a concluding prayer that we say along with the Angelic Hymn of...
    mfignatius Jan 15, 2004
  • Nice article here... The Words of Jesus 'It was Christ's language and the language of the disciples. Christ gave us the Lord's praise in Aramaic, so that is the language we use to give him praise,' says a member of a new Syrian Orthodox congregation in Corpus Christi... to continue reading follow the link: http://www.caller.com/ccct/local_news/article/0,1641,CCCT_811_2040898,00...
    maurnicus@aol.com Jun 19, 2003
  • --- In OzInterOrthodoxUnity@^$1, "Hosny " wrote: Orthodox Churches Reviving Missionary Tradition Around the World By Ann Rodgers-Melnick PITTSBURGH, January 7, 2003 (PPG) -- As many of the world's 250 million Orthodox celebrate Christmas today, Orthodoxy is beginning to reclaim its long, but nearly forgotten, heritage as a missionary faith. While vastly outnumbered by Protestants...
    mfignatius <maurnicus@aol.com> Jan 15, 2003
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  • Death Watch One of the world's earliest Christian cultures totters on the edge of extinction. by Thomas C. Oden | posted 01/10/2003 Our Turkish-speaking drivers were taking us through the Fertile Crescent, that crossroads of great civilizations, but it did not appear very fertile. On this visit to eastern Turkey, religious freedom advocate Paul Marshall and I saw little cultivated...
    maurnicus@aol.com Jan 13, 2003
  • Keeping Alive the Language of Jesus Southland churches still teaching youth to speak and write Aramaic By Susan Abram, Staff Writer Saturday, November 16, 2002 Pasadena Star News Also published in Los Angeles Daily News, CA on Nov. 17, 2002 Within the peaceful walls of a Burbank church banquet hall, the soft murmurs of a language spoken by Jesus and his disciples can still be heard...
    maurnicus@aol.com Nov 20, 2002
  • On the same note, has anyone read the dialogue between Daroyo Jorji and the Muslim Emir (and his court Imams)?
    maurnicus@aol.com Sep 26, 2002
  • Has anyone read "Die Syro-Aramaische Lesart des Koran," by Christoph Luxenburg?
    maurnicus@aol.com Jul 2, 2002
  • Antonio, The name was changed in the English language so as not to be misunderstood with the country presently called Syria. If I'm not mistaken, the name remains the same in most other languages. In Christ, Mike
    maurnicus@aol.com Jun 27, 2002
  • Nilus, Bishops in the Syriac Orthodox tradition hold staffs which have snakes on them for two reasons: 1) The serpent is a symbol of wisdom. "Be wise as serpents and harmless as doves." 2) It is also an allusion to the serpent Moses lifted up in the wilderness, that whomever looked upon it would be healed. Mikhe
    maurnicus@aol.com May 4, 2002
  • How do I go about becoming a Sharwoyo? Mike
    mfignatius Apr 14, 2002