Ecumenism —part 3: Adonai Ekhad

My heart overflows with passion and love for many groups within the body of Christ Jesus / Yeshua HaMeshiach. Attempting to fulfill The Word Thus far I have communed with two congregations, both of which reflecting in a different way what The Angel revealed to me as the True Faith. I have communed with the…More

Why did the medieval Church fast on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays?

The answer to this is actually quite simple, they viewed:  Every Wednesday as a little Ash Wednesday and therefore a day of fasting. Every Friday as a little Good Friday (Friday of the Passion of Our Lord) and therefore a day of fasting. Every Saturday is The Sabbath, and is therefore a day of fasting…More

Those who drink His Blood shall have Eternal Life

Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, unless you eat the flesh of the Son of Man and drink his blood, you have no life in you.” John 6:53 P.S. Saturday works too, as that is The Sabbath. Also you can drink his blood and eat his flesh every day at Daily…More

Easy Essays – To the Bishops of the USA: a Plea for Houses of Hospitality

[An address by Peter Maurin to the unemployed at a meeting held in September, 1933, at Manhattan Lyceum, and published in THE CATHOLIC WORKER, (October, 1933) in order that it might be sent to all the Bishops and Archbishops meeting at the National Conference of Catholic Charities in New York.] The Duty of Hospitality People…More

Houses of Hospitality – Peter Maurin’s Simple Program

By Dorothy DayApril 15, 1938Dorothy Day’s Writings from Commonweal In the Middle Ages when one out of every four was leprous, there were two thousand leper houses run by religious in France alone. This is the startling and thought-provoking statement made in John Farrow’s book Damien the Leper. That statement has not been contested. It…More

Ecumenism — Part 2 Becoming The Havdalah Candle

We should come together and work with other denominations towards the greater good. When I was 13 years old, Evangelical Protestants, or as they like to call themselves, “Nondenominational Christians” were caught up in the Satanic Panic, and horribly mistreated me and my fellow Goths, harassing us, and persecuting us. Because of this I developed…More

Ecumenism — We are to be One Body

John said, “Teacher, we saw someone driving out demons in your name and we told him to stop, because he was not one of us.” Jesus answered, “Do not stop him, for no one who does a mighty work in my name can in the next moment say anything bad about me, for whoever is…More

Black and light

post from Sorted’s agony aunt, Jojo Meadows An event that caused a stir was the Gothic Eucharist, which took place in the Aspire Venue. A choir called nChant, all dressed in black, led the worship and engaged with the 400 people who turned up. Despite being an ‘outsider’ on the surface, I wasn’t treated this…More

Does God like Goths?

Posted by Simon Cross on May 22nd, 2012 It’s World Goth Day – but since they are obsessed with death, always wearing black, and fond of occult imagery, what on earth is the Church supposed to do with Goths? Who are the Goths? The Goth subculture has been around since the early 1980s, when it…More

Greenbelt Goth Eucharist

The Goth Eucharist has been part of the Greenbelt family for many years, celebrating communion at midnight on Saturday. The happy-in-black sheep of the Greenbelt family, we are a diverse group of Christians from the Goth community coming from all over the UK and from various traditions. We have a love of God and share…More