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April 2017

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Pop Culture Coffee Hour

Living Under the Light Between Oceans

On a new "Pop Culture Coffee Hour," Emma Solak and Christina Andresen tackle the book and movie A Light Between Oceans. Join them as they discuss the danger of spiritual delusion, the path toward true love and repentance, and how the film adaptation missed the heart of the novel. They close with their Top 5 Worst Book-To-Film Adaptions.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Ancient Faith Presents

All Saints Camp

Bobby Maddex interviews Natalie Kapeluck Nixon, the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry, Fr. John Haluszczak, the priest at St. Vladimir’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and the Chaplain of St. Thomas Chapel at All Saints Camp in Emlenton, Pennsylvania, and Larry Kopp, the Manager of All Saints Camp.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Orthodox Life Hacks

Subtle Transitions

On a new "Orthodox Life Hacks," Maria Tudora and Andja Bjeletich consider the subtle transitions of going to college and forming their own practices in living out the Orthodox faith.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Ancient Faith Presents

Hagia Sophia Classical Academy

On a new "Ancient Faith Presents," Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. David Wey and Dean Theodore Nottingham of the Hagia Sophia Classical Academy, located in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Thursday, April 06, 2017

Ancient Faith Presents

Holy Week: Entering into Grief

Our culture shies away from death, but every year, as we Orthodox participate in Holy Week and Pascha, we recalibrate our relationship with death. We face death squarely, and we enter into grief and find that Christ conquers death. Listen to Elissa Bjeletich discuss this and more on a new "Raising Saints."

Sunday, April 02, 2017

Go Forth

A Quiet Church is a Dead Church

Adam Lowell Roberts and Fr. Wilbur Ellsworth discuss a common quote: "A quiet church is a dead church." What does this mean? Is there a danger in this quote? These questions and more are discussed in depth as Fr. Wilbur examines this quote from an uncommon angle.


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