On a new " Ancient Faith Commentaries," Fr. Lawrence Farley argues that the popularity of destination weddings is symptomatic of a more profound cultural dysfunction—namely, the modern preoccupation with self.
On a new "Sacramental Living," author, speaker, and religious educator Michael Haldas helps us understand the critical difference between intelligence and wisdom.
On the Feast of the Entrance of the Theotokos into the Temple, Fr. Patrick Reardon, priest at All Saints Antiochian Orthodox Church in Chicago, Illinois, compares our Lord's Mother with the rich man in Luke 12, this past Sunday's Gospel reading.
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Ancient Faith Today
We Wish You an Ascetic Christmas! Understanding the Ascetic Struggle in Orthodoxy
Parables of Community
It Starts with a Smile
Redeeming the Time
The Parable of the Good Samaritan. Theory must become practice.
From the Amvon
Awake thou that sleepest
From the Blogs
Fr. Stephen Freeman
Mon, Nov 30, 2015
Because you asked… Reflecting on my recent article comparing the life of worldly cares and the monastic life, I have been asked to describe what the proper life in the world should look like. I will…
Oneness in the Church: The Key to Generosity and Good Works
Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick
Mon, Nov 23, 2015
Twenty-Fifth Sunday after Pentecost / Ninth Sunday of Luke, November 22, 2015 Ephesians 4:1-7; Luke 12:16-21 Rev. Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit,…
Wed, Nov 25, 2015
Dear readers, Please accept my sincere apologies for the lack of recent content on this blog. I am happy to report that I have successfully defended my doctoral dissertation at the University of Chicago…