In this encore presentation of "Ancient Faith Presents," John Maddex talks with Dn. Peter Boulukos, registrar of the St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology. The deadline for the 2015 course has been extended until September 30th. Please contact Dn. Peter via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or reach him by telephone at 201-569-0095.
In this episode, Kevin and his guest clinical psychologist Dr Albert Rossi address depression, an increasingly common mental health issue that men, women and children struggle with, and discuss among other aspects whether it is primarily a medical or spiritual problem.
Religious educator and speaker Michael Haldas observes a sign in a bookstore and reflects on how it symbolically speaks to the state of Christianity in our country today—on a brand new episode of "Sacramental Living."
From the Blogs
Fr. John Guy Winfrey
Sat, Aug 29, 2015
By now the topic of school prayer seems tired and dated. It is still an important issue but it has largely become a mute topic in our current culture. Or has it? A friend of mine posted an interesting…
A Cautionary Tale: The Beheading of St. John the Forerunner
Edith M. Humphrey
Thu, Aug 27, 2015
Readings for the Fast-day: Mark 6:14-30; Acts 13:25-33 Psalm 2:7; 10-12; Malachi 4:4-6 This Saturday is a strict fast. When we remember the beheading of John the Forerunner we are also remembering the…
Why Orthodox Christians Celebrate the New Year on the First of September
Mon, Aug 31, 2015
The first day of September is celebrated as the Ecclesiastical or Church New Year by Orthodox Christians. It is also a day marked by prayers for the environment, reminding us to be good stewards of the…