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This issue features “The Only-begotten Son of God,” a paper by The Revd Deacon Michael J. Connolly, Archdeacon in the Armenian Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of Nareg in the United States and Canada and assistant professor of linguistics in Boston College. He often assists at our Mass.

The issue also contains a timely sermon by Fr Bradford, as well as articles and writings by contemporary and classic authors. It also has announcements of upcoming events and news and notes for our combined congregation and community.

This issue includes:

  • “The Only-begotten Son of God” by The Revd Deacon Michael J. Connolly, Archdeacon in the Armenian Catholic Eparchy of Our Lady of Nareg in the United States and Canada and assistant professor of linguistics in Boston College. He often assists at our Mass.
  • “To Keep a True Lent,” a poem by Robert Herrick, a 17th century English poet and clergyman.
  • “Thinking of His Mother,” a sermon preached by Fr Bradford.
  • “How Shall We Repay the Lord?” by St Basil the Great, bishop, theologian of distinction, monastic founder, and one of the Four Greek Doctors of the Church.
  • “The True Vision of Things,” a sermon by Fr Joseph F Wilson, priest of he Diocese of Brooklyn and a long-time friend of our congregation.