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July 2018 Newsletter

Dear friend of St. Athanasius Academy:

Romans 9: 4 – 13
Confirmation of the promise given Abraham and Sarah:
As we celebrate the liberty and freedom of the United States, let us be evermore mindful of Jesus, our Christ, and His being the true liberator of all mankind. For in this, He grants each of us the freedom to know Him as the Creator of all – and as our Father – through the covenant of His Baptism and our allowing this renewed relationship to happen.

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June 2018 Newsletter

Dear friend of St. Athanasius Academy:

The Blood Of Abraham: The Blood And Water Of His Life-giving Cross

As Summer approaches with its many fun things and family vacations, let us hold onto our constant remembrance of Jesus, as He asks. Let us keep the teachings and inspirations of His Cross, Ascension and Pentecost close at hand and near in heart. For by being our Christ, Jesus is our Savior and Deliverer, and only way to His eternal Father.

Please remember our prisoner-students. Let them know we care. (Mat. 25:34-40)

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May 2018 Newsletter

Dear friend of St. Athanasius Academy:

Doubts, Fears, and Hades Overcome By His Comforting Spirit of Truth and Grace

We celebrate with great joy, Jesus walking from His sealed tomb on the third day – He Who is the promised Christ and Word Who became Incarnate. This event reminds one of His friend Lazarus walking from his tomb, after his being called forth by He Who is Resurrection and Author of Life. Thankfully and with great gratitude, He has liberated us from the great darkness and vain folly of man's wisdom permeating much of the Old Testament teachings, many dating back to Nimod and the Tower of Babel.

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April 2018 Newsletter

Dear friend of St. Athanasius Academy:

Story of Lazarus: "Whoever lives and believes in Me shall not die." 

In preparation for Jesus re-entering Jerusalem on Palm Sunday and His call to meet Him at His lifegiving Cross – His Banquet Feast Table – the Lord offers the eye-opening events surrounding Lazarus, who became sick unto death. The one Jesus called from his tomb, after four days dead.

In the Gospel of John, Chapter 11, Jesus – the promised Christ and Word Who became Incarnate – makes it clear to those with ears that have heard, to now gain the eyes to grasp that Jesus – in His Being – is Light, Life, and author of Resurrection. Note in John 11:3-4, He says, "This sickness is not for death , but for the glory of God , that the Son of God might be glorified through it." May His Incarnational Wisdom become our Instruction and pathway to salvation.

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March 2018 Newsletter

Dear friend of St. Athanasius Academy:

Call to Great Lent: a call home to Him and His wisdom 

As we enter the heart of the Great Lent, the faithful of the Church are called to the remembrance of the Old Testament words, works, and teachings. They are of extreme importance if we seek to grow in our understanding of the Word Who became Incarnate. For He is the "I AM, the I AM" revealed to Moses in Exodus 3 – the divine Person named Jesus and called the Christ.

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