"When my friend Elissa’s daughter was still a baby, she had to undergo a risky liver transplant. Elissa and I think back on that time and the way our experience of time changes during times of illness, whether it’s we who are sick or a loved one": Host Dr. Nicole Roccas on a new "Time Eternal."
What if there is not an Orthodox school in your region, and public school is simply not an option? Is Catholic school a viable alternative? Bobby Maddex interviews Zach Cunningham, the principal of St. Mary Magdalen School in Everett, Washington, to find out.
Bobby Maddex interviews Peter Schweitzer, a board member of Most Holy Theotokos: Rescuer of the Perishing, which is an Orthodox assisted living facility. Today he is here to talk about a different but related topic—namely, the proper Orthodox response to the prospect of one’s own death.
On a new "The Areopagus," Pastor Michael Landsman and Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick discuss a recent blog post by Fr. Andrew titled "Church Work is Mostly Disappointing." They also comment on the one question people ask them the most.
In this three part mini-series, Dr Daniel Opperwall (author of We Pray from Ancient Faith Publishing) presents a reflective commentary on the meaning of prayer, children's relationship to Orthodox prayer, and the role of Orthodox parents in helping guide children to a fuller experience of prayer.
On a new "Family Matters," the podcast of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Center for Family Care, Fr. Alexander Goussetis interviews Rev. Dr. Dimitrios Moraitis, author and speaker on the subject of addiction. He offers both secular and Church resources for those struggling with addictions, as well as support for family members.
We consider the physicality of Matthew 17:1-13, 2 Corinthians 4:6 and 2 Peter 1:19-21 in the light of the experiences of Moses (Exodus 24 and 34), Elijah (1 Kings 19) Daniel (Dan 10:5-10) and the prophecy of Malachi 4. The transformation which comes in seeing and hearing God affects the whole of who we are!