July 2012

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Ancient Faith Presents

Taste and See II

On a new "Ancient Faith Presents," Bobby Maddex interviews Angela Hays, one of the individuals behind the sequel to the classic Orthodox cookbook Taste and See. Titled Taste and See II: More American Orthodox Cooking, the new book features over 500 recipes for feasts and fasts alike.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Seeking Peace

Revival and Resurrection

"Seeking Peace" is back! Host Eric Simpson reminds us that being born again is not merely a onetime event that is evidenced by the absence of bad behaviors; rather, it's a mystery that begins in baptism and is renewed in the mystery of the Eucharist. It's the difference between revival and resurrection.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Ancient Faith Presents

Icon Workshop at the Village!

Paul Finley, the Executive Director of Antiochian Village, tells us about an icon workshop that will be held at the Village from August 4th through the 12th, 2012. The instructor will be Cheryl Ann Pituch, and participants will write the icon of the Archangel Michael.

Monday, July 09, 2012

The World Below

The World Below: Engaging the Hearts and Minds of Today’s Teens

On June 30, 2012, with the blessing of Archbishop Joseph of the Antiochian Diocese of Los Angeles and the West, St. Luke Orthodox Church in Garden Grove, California, hosted a seminar titled “The World Below: Engaging the Hearts and Minds of Today’s Teens.” Listen here to the first address.

Sunday, July 08, 2012

Ancient Faith Today

Orthodox Bioethics

Kevin's guest is Fr John Breck, theologian of the OCA specializing in Scripture and ethics, and the topic is "Orthodox Bioethics: Contraception, Stem Cells, and Reproductive Technologies."

Friday, July 06, 2012

Fr. Peter

Fr. Peter Gillquist Memorial

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.

Ex Libris

The Christian Old Testament

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.

Down the Road

Dr. Demetrios Katos at Hellenic College’s Crossroad Program

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?

Thursday, July 05, 2012

Worship in Spirit and Truth

The Two Parts of the Divine Liturgy

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.

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

The Cambridge Orthodox Forum

Divine Passion: Does God Suffer?

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?"

Monday, July 02, 2012

Fr. Peter - Memory Eternal

Final Moments with Fr. Peter

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.

Sunday, July 01, 2012

Fr. Peter Gillqist

Memory Eternal, Fr. Peter Gillquist

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.

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