Two Orthodox saints from the fifth and sixth centuries, St Caesarius of Arles and St John Chrysostom, are showing us how we can live with Christ today and tomorrow and for the rest of our lives on earth.
In Greek mythology the young man Narcissus who pined away in love with his own image in a pool of water was turned into the flower that bears his name. Anyone can be a narcissist—young or old, male or female. However, Fr. Emmanuel Kahn says there are in fact two types of narcissists, extrovert and introvert.
From the Gospel record of St Peter walking across the water on Galilee to Christ Fr Gregory Hallam shows how important it is to keep our eyes firmly fixed on Christ amid all the challenges of life. From the Apostle reading he explains St Paul's teaching of Christians fulfilling their role as God's co-workers and fellow builders. We build on that sure foundation which is Christ, a gold that will never tarnish or be destroyed.
After Fr. Gregory Hallam speaks to the children, Fr. Emmanuel Kahn preaches to the adults and says our faith in the Truth that is Jesus Christ makes us one with Him, completes our life on earth and brings us eternal life.