On the occasion of the Sunday of St. Timon and his congregation's ongoing support of its sister parish in Bosra-Hauran, Syria, Fr. Philip LeMasters encourages us to avoid despair and work to alleviate the suffering of our neighbors wherever they are in the world.
Fr. John Strickland, a professor of history at Saint Katherine College and the host of "Paradise and Utopia," discusses the new ecclesiology of Roman Catholicism, contrasting it to Orthodoxy and concluding with a reference to its most notorious statement, the papal bull Unum Sanctum of Boniface VIII.
John Maddex talks with Dr. Maria Khoury, Orthodox writer and speaker from Taybeh, Palestine, about the tragic war and loss of life in Gaza and Israel.
On this week's "Ex Libris," the podcast of Ancient Faith Publishing, Bobby Maddex interviews Angela Doll Carlson, the author of the forthcoming AFP book Nearly Orthodox: On Being a Modern Woman in an Ancient Tradition.
On a new "Ancient Paths," Fr. James Guirguis, pastor of St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church in New Hartford, New York, shares from Matthew 10 and 19. In the same way that Christ did not avoid suffering or run away from pain, so we too must endure, and even embrace, the cross that we must bear.
Fr. Theodore Dorrance joins Fr. Evan tonight to take calls on topics including the interpretation of New Testament accounts that vary from Gospel to Gospel, finding the right Orthodox parish, Christian persecution, and more.
At the closing banquet of the 2014 Clergy Symposium, His Eminence Joseph, Metropolitan of New York and North America gave his vision for the Antiochian Archdiocese of All North America.
Fr. Edward Hughes and Fr. John Fenton join us to talk about the Western Rite of the Orthodox Church as well as an upcoming conference where you can learn more and experience Western Rite services.
As Orthodox Christians, we are called to act in love towards those scarred by the world’s injustice. This monthly podcast explores biblical and patristic writings dealing with social justice and applies them to current situations around the world. Listen here as host Mariam Youssef explains what she means by social justice and how we can participate in it.