June 2011

Wednesday, June 01, 2011


Christ Is Ascended! (Huh?)

It always comes on a Thursday and, after a familiar dialogue of forty days, it always leaves one speechless (so to speak). In this episode of Orthodixie from 2007, Fr. Joseph Huneycutt looks at the "Hi's" and "Hello's" of the Feasts.

May 2011

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Speaking of Books

Letters to St. Lydia

On a new Speaking of Books, Jane G. Meyer reviews the young adult novel Letters to St. Lydia by Melinda Johnson, published by Conciliar Press.

Monday, May 30, 2011


Christ Has Ascended!

Fr. Thomas Hopko rejoices in the enthronement of the crucified One, raised and glorified.

Friday, May 27, 2011


Thank You!

With your help, our May goal of $10,000 has been reached allowing Ancient Faith Radio to stay on track with its budget! We appreciate you!

Sunday of the Blind Man

Granting Sight To The Blind Man

What does this miracle of Christ tell us about the blind man, about God, about Jesus and ultimately, about us? Fr. Tom Hopko explores this and more in this archived episode of Speaking the Truth in Love.

All Saints Homilies

The Sunday of the Blind Man

With the coming of the Light, there are three responses: that of the Pharisees, that of the parents of the blind man, and that of the blind man himself

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Ancient Faith Presents

Tsige-Roman Gobezie and Her Gobezie Goshu Home for the Elderly

Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. Lawrence Russell, priest at Church of the Annunciation in Santa Maria, California, about a truly remarkable Orthodox ministry, located in Adwa, Ethiopia, and the even more remarkable woman who started it.

End of the World

Not Dead Yet

Much of the world focused in on one man and one prediction last week that got a lot of attention. Fr. Lawrence Farley takes a phrase from a famous Monty Python movie to make his point about the lesson we can learn from these events.

Atlas of American Orthodox Churches

The Atlas of American Orthodox Christian Churches

John Maddex talks with Alexei Kindratch, Research Consultant to the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in America, about a brand new publication that will serve as a valuable handbook in every parish library.

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Food, Faith, and Fasting

Eating in a Chaste Manner

St. John Chrysostom gives us a rule that can help with portion control in the era of Super Size and the Double Big Gulp. He states that we should “eat just to alleviate your hunger.” This sounds like a very good rule, but how do we apply it to our everyday eating practices? Rita Madden explains in a new Food, Faith, and Fasting.

Speaking the Truth in Love

Dionysius the Areopagite

In his continuing series on Bishops, Fr. Thomas Hopko concentrates on the influence of the writings attributed to—but not actually from—Dionysius the Areopagite.

Friday, May 20, 2011

Frederica Here and Now


Was Jesus's voluntary self-sacrifice payment for a debt owed? On a new Frederica Here and Now, Frederica Mathewes-Green explains the true role that Christ's death and resurrection play in our salvation.

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