Kh. Krista West continues reading from her book on Orthodox vestments, this time discussing the ancient garments of Greece and Rome and their transformation into Orthodox Christian liturgical dress.
Fr Peter Alban Heers speaks to us just after a visit to an ailing parishoner, whose soul may be on the verge of departing this life. He relates to us his thoughts on why we suffer, how we should understand suffering, and how important it is for us to obtain self-knowledge before the approach of death.
On a new Faith and Philosophy, Dr. Clark Carlton explains why being outside the Church leads to destruction rather than salvation.
As we enter the New Year, Fr. Tom Hopko is thinking about the end of the world. Don't miss this powerful and prophetic talk!
Fr. Gabriel Rochelle, pastor of the St. Anthony of the Desert Mission in Las Cruces, New Mexico, shares from his wide range of insights, imaginings, and interests. Here he reminds us that we are always just beginning to pray.
Join Fr. Lawrence Farley on the Coffee Cup Commentaries! Beginning this week, Fr. Farley embarks on a daily study of I Thessalonians. Listen to the introduction to this series here.
John Maddex interviews The Illumined Heart host Kevin Allen on the catechism module he developed (with his priest's blessing) specifically for inquirers coming from New Age and Eastern spiritual backgrounds.
We came so close to meeting our December donation goal of $52,000. In fact, by the time we count the envelopes postmarked in 2010 that will be in the mail next week, the goal will probably have been met! Thank you so much for your encouraging support and have a wonderful and blessed New Year!
Be sure to see our extensive collection of podcasts related to the Feast of the Nativity including this new episode by Fr. Thomas Hopko on the significance of the Incarnation. He asks the question "Do we really believe it?"