St. Anthony the Great

Any virtue practiced without discernment will turn into a vice

St. Anthony the Great2022-04-24T08:34:41-04:00

St. Ephraim the Syrian

Inside the meek and humble man, the spirit of wisdom rests

St. Ephraim the Syrian2022-01-31T10:10:12-05:00

St. Isaac the Syrian

Do not exchange your brother’s love for the love of any fleeting thing,
because love conceals within itself Him who is more precious than all things.

St. Isaac the Syrian2019-07-08T15:29:58-04:00

St. Sarah

If I prayed God that all men should approve of my conduct, I should find myself a penitent at the door of each one, but I shall rather pray that my heart may be pure toward all

St. Sarah2021-03-27T13:21:25-04:00

H.H. Pope Kyrillos VI

He who is quick to condemn others demonstrates that he has never truly stood in the presence of the living God.

H.H. Pope Kyrillos VI2018-04-02T08:43:50-04:00

St. John Climacus

The first step toward freedom from anger is to keep the lips silent when the heart is stirred; the next, to keep thoughts silent when the soul is upset; the last, to be totally calm when unclean winds are blowing.

St. John Climacus2018-04-02T08:38:28-04:00

St. Syncletike of Alexandria

Though false teachers appear to inspire others with their words of salvation, however, by their bad works they actually bring about more harm.

St. Syncletike of Alexandria2018-01-09T10:37:58-05:00

St. Peter of Damascus

To the person who knows himself is given knowledge of all things.

St. Peter of Damascus2019-02-17T15:58:36-05:00

St. Maximus the Confessor

Love is distinguished by the beauty of recognizing the equal value of all men

St. Maximus the Confessor2017-10-18T15:38:32-04:00

An old man used to say, “Do not do anything without prayer, and thus you will not be sorry.”