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!
On a new "The 153," the podcast of the Antiochian Department of Missions and Evangelism," Fr. John Finley addresses the ills of being "community-less"—spiritual but not religious—in Yuma, Arizona.
Bobby Maddex interviews Peter Schweitzer, a board member of the new Most Holy Theotokos Rescuer of the Perishing Orthodox assisted living facility, located in Clearwater, Florida.
On a new "Family Matters," the podcast of the GOA Center for Family Care, Fr. Alex Goussetis interviews Presvytera Kerry Pappas (a Licensed Family and Marriage Therapist) on the importance of forgiveness and renewal in marriage.
Who should decide what is best for a child—the parents or medical professionals and the state? Wesley J. Smith takes a look at the Charlie Gard case on a new "Human Exceptionalism."
Bobby Maddex interviews Marcia Brim, the host of the AFR podcast The Bible's Grand Narrative and the founder of For Rachel's Children. Click here to read Jessica's story, and click here to listen to the Brian Brock interview. Marcia can be reached at ForRachelsChildren@gmail.com. Please likewise view the attachment to this audio.
In the final episode of "Pop Culture Coffee Hour" before the summer break, Steven Christoforou and Christian Gonzalez discuss DC’s hit summer blockbuster Wonder Woman. They discuss the nature of human beings, the power of compassion, and (as always) how secularism has taken hold of our notions of the transcendent. They close with their Top 5 Heroines.