After almost five years and 210 episodes, Fr. Joseph Huneycutt's "Orthodixie" podcast is taking a bow. We are so thankful to Fr. Joseph for his wit, wisdom, and ongoing support of Ancient Faith Radio, and we wish him a restful (and hopefully brief) hiatus. Listen to his final episode here.
On a new "Frederica Here and Now," Frederica Mathewes-Green interviews Dn. Mark and Mat. Elizabeth Barna, authors of A Christian Ending: A Handbook for Burial in the Ancient Christian Tradition, published by Divine Ascent Press.
Michael Tishel, the new director of the CrossRoad program at Hellenic College, presents Dr. George Stavros on the Jesus Prayer. Dr. Stavros heads up the Counseling, Psychology, and Religion doctoral programs at the Boston University School of Theology. Here he speaks at a parish retreat at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Weston, Massachusetts.
From November 3-6, the Department of Christian Education of the Orthodox Church in America hosted the 2011 Orthodox Institute at Antiochian Village. The title of the event was “Scripture Through the Lens of the Holy Land,” and the primary lecturer was Fr. Thomas Hopko. Listen to Fr. Tom's first keynote address here.
Fr John Parker explores a Barna Group study on the state of Christianity in North America and asks how the observations impact us as Orthodox Christians. Fr. John is the rector of Holy Ascension Orthodox Church in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, and the host of "Lord, Send Me!"
Join Dr. Philip Kariatlis as he explores the doctrines of the Church and their significance for everyday living. Dr. Kariatlis is a lecturer in systematic theology at St. Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theology College in Sydney, Australia. He is also the author of Church as Communion: The Gift and Goal of Koinonia.
Bobby Maddex checks in with Chaplain Patrick Tutella, the Executive Director of Orthodox Christian Prison MInistry, to get an update on the important work in which his organization is engaged and to hear about new opportunities for those interested in ministering to the incarcerated.
Molly Sabourin learns a lesson in scale and perspective with her camera and discovers a analogy for her spiritual walk with Christ as a New Year begins.