On the 6th Sunday of Pascha, we read about the healing of the blind man. What does this miracle of Christ tell us about the blind man, about God, about Jesus and ultimately, about us? Fr. Thomas Hopko explore these themes in this episode from the archives.
An Evangelical Protestant rock festival that serves as a hotbed for Eastern Orthodoxy? That’s exactly what Bobby Maddex found last July at the Cornerstone Music Festival in Bushnell, Illinois. Listen here to his audio documentary on the subject, exclusive to Ancient Faith Radio.
Having enjoyed a Blessed Pascha at the Holy Monastery of Saint John of San Francisco, Abbot Meletios Webber shares his plans to build a skete in Montana and to take a long awaited trip to Greece—on a new "Jottings from a Holy Mountain"!
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On a new "Hearts and Minds," Fr. John Oliver tells the story of a monk in Greece struggling with alcohol and relates it to the Psalmist's words (and the words of the Paschal hymn!), "Let God Arise and Let His Enemies Be Scattered."
C. S. Lewis’s popularity is a testimony to how people are longing for magic and mystery within the material world. Jeff Wisniewski explores how the Orthodox faith integrates the spiritual and physical realms into one cohesive experience and is thus the gateway to fulfilling those desires.
How are we supposed to enjoy our bodies when advertising markets unrealistic ways of looking, living, and eating? On a new "Food, Faith, and Fasting," Rita Madden discusses ways to celebrate the Paschal season, and life in general, without succumbing to media-imposed standards of beauty.
On a new "Let My Prayer Arise," Fr. Wilbur Ellsworth tackles yet another of the fifteen Psalms of Ascent. Here he examines Psalm 127 (128 in the Hebrew), which describes the "fear of the Lord" as pure and enduring forever.