In this first half of a lecture recorded live in commemoration of the "Pauline Year," celebrating 2,000 years since the birth of the Apostle, Fr. Dcn. Matthew Steenberg explores the heritage of the great missionary saint in Orthodoxy. Drawing connections to Elder Joseph the Hesychast of Mount Athos, St Symeon the New Theologian, and other great figures of the Orthodox tradition, this first portion of the lecture addresses questions of conversion and relationship, and how St. Paul’s example is at the heart of living Orthodox Tradition.
In the seventh podcast from his road trip to St. John's monastery, Steve Robinson reflects (after a long day) on the meaning of work, family, and death and their relationship to our salvation.
On a new Sweeter Than Honey, Dr. Peter Bouteneff interviews Fr. Sean Levine and Anthony Westerman, both of whom served in Iraq before attending St. Vladimir's Orthodox Seminary.
At the St. Vladimir's Seminary Summer Conference, His Beatitude Metropolitan Jonah shared his vision for the future of Orthodoxy in America. Listen to his speech now, as well as all of the talks delivered at this historic gathering.
From June 18th through the 20th, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Seminary hosted a conference for clergy and laity that had as its theme “The Council and the Tomos: Twentieth-Century Landmarks Towards a Twenty-First-Century Church.” Ancient Faith Radio broadcast the talks as they occurred, though with an approximate one-hour delay. The first lecture began at 7:30 PM (Eastern) on the 18th. Click the image above to see where the talks are posted.
Fr. George Morelli begins this new series by looking at the symptoms of depression and its physiological distinctions.
On a New American Orthodox History, Matthew Namee interviews Eric Peterson, who has a Master's Degree from the University of Kansas in Russian and East European studies with a focus on Orthodox missions to America. The topic is the spread of Orthodoxy in Alaska from the 18th century to the early 19th century.
Shepherd of Souls features the pastoral reflections of Fr. Peter-Michael Preble. This program endeavors to form and transform your life in the spirit of the Orthodox Christian Faith. Fr. Peter-Michael Preble is the pastor of St. Michael Orthodox Christian Church in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Fr. Peter is a convert to the Orthodox faith and a priest in the Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in the Americas.