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."
On a new "Human Exceptionalism," host Wesley J. Smith explains how Hippocratic pro-life medical professionals are increasingly being pressured to practice their science and art without regard to their personal faith or conscience beliefs.
On a new episode of "Ex Libris," host Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. David Fontes, a priest, psychologist, and the author of the new Ancient Faith Publishing book In the Eyes of Your Creator: Truly Valuing Yourself and Others.
From the Blogs
Cultivating the Fruit of our Souls: Homily for the Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost and the Thirteenth Sunday of Matthew in the Orthodox Church
Fr. Philip LeMasters
Sun, Aug 30, 2015
St. Matthew 21:33-42 1 Corinthians 16: 13-24 Most of us today–even in Texas– buy our food in supermarkets and rarely think about the soil from which it grows. Things…
Could A New Ager Benefit From Orthodox Spirituality?
Fr. Michael Gillis
Tue, Aug 25, 2015
Recently I was asked the following question from someone who listens to the podcast version of this blog. The question goes like this: I have been trying to figure out where Jesus Christ, His Work, and…
What abortion rhetoric says about the state of our souls
Joel J. Miller
Thu, Aug 27, 2015
If you want to understand how people justify their behavior, look at the language they use. The less emotional the words, the easier it is to rationalize the actions. We’re watching this play out with…