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Saint of the Day – 27 December – St John the Apostle and Evangelist – “The Disciple whom Jesus Loved”  – (died c 101) Also known as • The Apostle of Charity • The Beloved Apostle • Giovanni Evangelista • John the Divine • John the Evangelist • John the Theologian.   Patronages – • against burns; burn victims• against epilepsy• against foot problems• against hailstorms• against poisoning• art dealers• authors, writers• basket

Saint of the Day – 27 December – St John the Apostle and Evangelist – “The Disciple whom Jesus Loved” – (died c 101) Also known as • The Apostle of C…

All the best things to do in St. John, USVI for all interests. It may be a small island, but there is plenty to do in St. John, from hikes to kayaking to shopping to beach bars. It is impossible to get bored on this island! #stjohn #usvi #stjohnusvi #trunkbay #stjohnhoneymoon #stjohnusvithingstodo #stjohnusvicaribbean"

Essential things to do in St John USVI, including stunning beaches, kayaking, and more incredible experiences. Your mind will be blown.

Saint John, USVI by Paige Jones

Saint John is a tiny little slice of heaven, located in the Virgin Islands. It's turquoise water, hilly landscape, and swift weather are things I've never experienced before. It was the perfect way to kick off the Wedding Season, with two wonderful people at this gorgeous destination. Check back for

How Did St. John Chrysostom Understand the "Wrath of God" and "Divine Punishment"?

By John Sanidopoulos St. John Chrysostom probably more than any other Father of the Church speaks about the "wrath of God" and "divine punishment". Most who read these passages often do so through the lenses of western medieval or reformation theology, even many Orthodox Christians, who are unable to read the depths of the spirit behind the letter. The reason for this is because, as St. Symeon the New Theologian explains, when speaking about matters of divine judgement, "the interpretation…

St John at the Last Supper | "This is the apostle John, who … | Flickr

"This is the apostle John, who leaned on the breast of the Lord at the supper: blessed is the apostle to whom were revealed the secret things of heaven." – From the Matins responsory for St John's feast. Stained glass detail from a window in the Sacred Heart (Dahlgren) chapel in Georgetown University.