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  • Praying in the Rain

    The Rapture

    On a new "Praying in the Rain," Fr. Michael Gillis, priest at Holy Nativity Antiochian Orthodox Church in Langley, British Columbia, reminds us that what enraptures us today determines how we will experience the rapture of the last day, no matter when or how that takes place.

  • Ancient Faith Today

    Pentecostalism and Eastern Orthodox Christianity

    On the next "Ancient Faith Today" (4/27), Father Barnabas Powell will talk about why he left Pentecostalism, why he was drawn to Eastern Orthodox Christianity, and how he and the Orthodox tradition view this contemporary Christian movement. Listen to a brief preview here and then "tune in" to Ancient Faith Talk at 8/7c.

  • Agape Vespers Gospel

    Agape Vespers Gospel

    It is a tradition in many Orthodox Churches to read the Gospel at Agape Vespers in as many different languages as possible. With our international listenership, we thought we might be able to take this practice to a whole new level. Click on the image on the left to see the languages we have collected so far. Is your native language not represented? Please feel free to do your own recording by clicking here.

  • Harrowing

    The Descent of Jesus Into Hades

    In this Speaking the Truth in Love podcast, Fr. Thomas Hopko uses the Paschal icon as an opportunity to clear up some misconceptions about Sheol/Hades and Gehenna/Hell.

  • Ex Libris

    The Miracle of the Red Egg

    On a new "Ex Libris," the podcast of Ancient Faith Publishing, Bobby Maddex interviews Elizabeth Crispina Johnson, the author of the new Ancient Faith Publishing children's book The Miracle of the Red Egg.

  • Cross

    Understanding the Cross of Christ

    As we contemplate the crucifixion, Fr. Tom Hopko takes an extensive look at the death of Christ and the juridical assumptions that have been taught largely in the West. This talk was given in March 2009 at Holy Ascension Orthodox Church in Charleston, SC.

  • Paradise and Utopia

    Papal Supremacy and the Parting of the Ways

    In an anecdotal introduction to his new reflection, Fr. John Strickland tells the story of the fall of Constantinople to the western crusaders in 1204, showing how this event, inspired in part by new claims of papal supremacy, resulted in the permanent separation of eastern and western Christendom.


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  • The PathFriday, April 25, 2014
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  • Coffee Cup CommentariesI Corinthians 12:10a
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  • The Morning OfferingThe Godparent
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  • Glorificando a Dios DiariamenteAbril 25, 2014
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