Fr. Evan Armatas returns to the microphone and catches up on some email questions, as well as a live call from an inquirer into Orthodoxy. She asks, "If the Orthodox Church is one Church, why are there so many jurisdictions?"
Fr. Patrick Reardon, priest at All Saints Orthodox Church in Chicago, Illinois, reminds us that part of our communion with God is our connection to the saints—and chief among them after the Theotokos are Peter and Paul.
On a new Ancient Faith Today, Kevin Allen speaks with his guest Fr, Michael Varlamos about the historic march of His Eminence IAKOVOS of the Greek Orthodox Church on March 15,1965, with Dr Martin Luther King in Selma, Alabama, and the Orthodox Christian teachings on racism, ethnic separatism, and racial profiling.
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From the Blogs
Male and Female – Part Two
Fr. Stephen Freeman
Mon, Jul 06, 2015
The truth of our existence is largely hidden. Much of what we do know is fleeting, restricted to the surface of our lives and subject to constant revision. Both St. Paul and St. John reflect this reality…
Dull Hearts and Heavy Ears
Fr. Barnabas Powell
Mon, Jul 06, 2015
You know the old saying “God works in mysterious ways.” Well, that may be true, but that doesn’t make my confusion over why things happen in my life any better! In fact, I have to confess…
The Unparalleled Gift of the Holy Spirit
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon
Sat, Jun 27, 2015
Christ’s greatest gift to the Church is the gift of the Holy Spirit; this gift is, moreover, original, unique, and exclusive. Now if someone finds this assertion unsurprising, I suspect he may not…