Fr. John Strickland discusses an important and fateful development in the history of Russian Christendom before modern times—the Possessor Controversy—on a new "Paradise and Utopia."
Fr. Christophe Lepoutre, the Executive Director of the nonprofit ministry "The Fellowship of the Inexhaustible Cup," addresses the relational aspect of addiction, explaining that all members of a family have a part in treating addiction.
Recent Podcast Episodes
Let Us Attend
October 11, 2015, Luke 8:5-15, Told for Younger Children
Let Us Attend
October 11, 2015, Luke 8:5-15, Read for Older Children
Paradise and Utopia
The Third Rome III: The Possessor Controversy and Its Consequences
Under the Grapevine
Saint Nectarios’ Shoes
From the Blogs
Grace Here and Now
Fri, Sep 25, 2015
Ten years ago, I started a blog called “Close to Home” where I chronicled my adventures in raising four young children. I poured my heart and soul into it and eventually “Close to Home”…
Sat, Oct 03, 2015
Christ’s resurrection paves the way The fact that we Orthodox do not accept the doctrine of original sin as espoused in the West, does in no way suggest that we do not need to be born again (born…
Our Father: A Reflection on Spiritual Abuse.
Fr. Michael Gillis
Fri, Oct 02, 2015
Last time, we looked at how calling on God as our heavenly Father is a daring thing to do. Today, I want to look at the little pronoun, “our.” Jesus taught His disciples to pray “Our Father in…