Fr. Evan just returned from the country of Georgia where he met Ancient Faith Radio listeners! Here a little about his trip but also listen in as he takes questions from young Justin, Charlie, and David by email. The program ends with a Georgian rendition of the Paschal Hymn Christ is Risen.
Fr. Patrick Reardon from All Saints Antiochian Orthodox Church in Chicago, speaks on three points in relation to the healing of the paralytic.
On a new "Ex Libris," the podcast of Ancient Faith Publishing, host Bobby Maddex interviews Nika Boyd and Heather Hayward who are the author and illustrator, respectively, behind the new AFP children’s book H Is for Holy: An Orthodox Christian Alphabet.
Dr. Al Rossi talks with Fr. Joseph Purpura, Chairman of the Department of Youth and Parish Ministry for the Antiochian Archdiocese. Learn about how to best communicate with and serve our teens and young people.
In this special edition of Ancient Faith Presents, we hear 2 timely interviews related to same-sex marriage. They both discuss the same topic - an Orthodox priest who will no longer sign marriage licenses issued by his state.
Hellenic College/Holy Cross President Fr. Nicholas Triantifilou is known to encourage Orthodox Christians to begin the day with a Bible in one hand and a newspaper in the other. This symposium honors his 15 years of service to the school and retirement this year by addressing current conflicts and crises around the world from an Orthodox scholarly perspective.
Fr. Roman reposed on April 28, 2015, at Dormition of the Mother of God Monastery in Rives Junction, Michigan. Click on the image to left for the schedule of the visitation and funeral services and to read his obituary. Memory eternal!
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- Glory to GodFinding the God Within
- In FocusTransformation and Transition
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