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  • Ancient Faith Presents

    God’s Call and Our Response

    On this special edition of Ancient Faith Presents, Fr. Evan Armatas, Priest at St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church in Loveland, Colorado, and the host of the live call-in program Orthodoxy Live, speaks at a Clean Monday Retreat at St. Catherine Greek Orthodox Church in Greenwood Village. The title of his talk is “God’s Call and Our Response.”

  • The Cambridge Orthodox Forum

    Christian Ecumenism: Does It Have A Future?

    The Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies was proud to host a talk by Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk on the topic of "Christian Ecumenism: Does It Have A Future?" The event was presented together with the Divinity Faculty of The University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Theological Federation on Friday, February 16, 2015.

  • The Canon of St. Andrew

    The Canon of St. Andrew

    Listen live this week, Monday through Thursday, to the Canon of St. Andrew from Christ the Savior Orthodox Church (OCA) in Chicago, Illinois. The service will begin each evening at 6:30 Central on Ancient Faith Talk. Please note that these broadcasts are intended for those who simply cannot make it to church. Listen here for a recording of the Wednesday night service.

  • Our Life in Christ

    The Prayer of St. Ephraim

    On this encore presentation of the archived "Our Life in Christ" podcast, hosts Steven Robinson and Bill Gould offer a six-part series on the Prayer of St. Ephraim. Writing in the 4th century, St. Ephraim's hymnography captures the spirit of the Lenten season and has been a vital standard for the Orthodox Church ever since. Listen to part one here.

  • Praying in the Rain

    No One Can Do Everything

    On a new "Praying in the Rain," Fr. Michael Gillis, the priest at Holy Nativity Antiochian Orthodox Church in Langley, British Columbia, shares helpful words for the beginning of Great Lent from Chapter 21 of the Homilies of St. Isaac the Syrian.

  • Faith Encouraged


    On this new episode of Faith Encouraged Live, Fr. Stephen Freeman joins Fr. Barnabas Powell at the beginning of Great Lent to explore the meaning and necessity of repentance.

  • Ancient Faith Commentaries

    Lenten Homily

    Fr. John Parker is the Chair of the Dept. of Evangelization for the Orthodox Church in America. He wrote this homily to begin Lent based on the Paschal Homily of St. John Chrysostom.


Daily Bread

  • Faith Encouraged DailyWho Told You That?
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  • The PathFriday, February 27, 2015
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  • Saint of the DayOur Holy Father Procopius of Decapolis
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  • Coffee Cup CommentariesRevelation 4:5
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  • The Morning OfferingThe Enemy
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  • Glorificando a Dios DiariamenteFebrero 27, 2015
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