The funeral for Fr. Peter Gillquist was conducted on Friday, July 6, 2012 at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Indianapolis, IN. We have recorded some special memorial material in Fr. Peter's honor including the eulogy by His Grace Bishop Anthony which you can hear below.
On a new "Ex Libris," Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. Lawrence Farley, priest at Saint Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church in Langley, British Columbia, the host of the AFR podcast "Coffee Cup Commentaries," and the author of the new Conciliar Press book The Christian Old Testament: Looking at the Hebrew Scriptures Through Christian Eyes.
In this first of four lectures at the summer CrossRoad program at Hellenic College, Dr. Demetrios Katos, Dean of Hellenic College, addresses such questions as: Why should we develop language like body, soul, spirit, and heart? How are they useful? How might they be dangerous?
On a new "Worship in Spirit and Truth," Fr. Thomas Hopko, Dean Emeritus of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, talks about the Liturgy of the Word and the Liturgy of the Faithful, both of which comprised the worship of the Church from the very beginning.
On a new "The Cambridge Orthodox Forum," Metropolitan Kallistos Ware addresses the theme of Passion at the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies Summer School. Here he explores the question, "Does God suffer?"
Fr. James Ellison was with Fr. Peter Gillquist and the family when he breathed his last and participated in the prayers that followed his repose. Fr. James is priest at St. Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Church in Urbana, IL.
We have learned that our beloved Fr. Peter has departed this life surrounded by family and loved ones in a hospice facility near his Bloomington, IN home. He has meant so much to so many. Just 7 months ago, we interviewed him about his retirement. May his memory be eternal.
Fr. Anthony Karbo tells us about the current situation in Colorado Springs and the massive fire that has destroyed homes and caused thousands of evacuations. He is pastor of Sts. Constantine and Helen Orthodox Church (OCA), whose beautiful classic church structure was built in 2002.
Ancient Faith Radio is pleased to present conversations with and readings from Conciliar Press authors of the past, present, and future. Featured here is Kelly Ramke Lardin, author of the new Conciliar Press children’s book Josiah and Julia Go to Church: A Young Child’s Guide to Church Etiquette.
Ten years ago, four Orthodox Christians made history riding their bikes cross country to raise awareness and funds for the worldwide humanitarian work of International Orthodox Christian Charities (IOCC). Bobby Maddex interviews the lead rider of that trip, Jim Angelus, who will begin an attempt to repeat this feat on June 25th in honor of IOCC's 20th anniversary.