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#388442 - 11/24/12 09:04 PM What A Father Confessor Is
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This is a wonderful video of the late Metropolitan Anthony Bloom on the subject of Sacramental Confession and having a Spiritual Father.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&NR=1&v=CG2eER1yR6g
I found it to be refreshing and profound.
Enjoy!

Ray
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#389148 - 12/22/12 05:22 AM Re: What A Father Confessor Is [Re: 70x7]
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He is the real deal. I was so honored to watch this video.

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#389156 - 12/22/12 06:56 PM Re: What A Father Confessor Is [Re: 70x7]
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I have to say that Vladyka Anthony is wonderful and I have been so edified by the videos of Vladyka on
http://masarchive.org/Sites/Site/Video.html

His view of ecumenism as rooted in humility and love is outstanding. These videos are truly food for my soul.

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#389169 - 12/23/12 10:18 PM Re: What A Father Confessor Is [Re: 70x7]
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Robert,
What an awesome archive of the sermons of Metropolitan Anthony! Thank you for sharing it!

If I remember correctly, the Metropolitan stated that a true Father Confessor is one who walks with you. That should give us great comfort.

Ray

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