On September 10, 2011, St. Joseph Antiochian Orthodox Church in Houston, Texas, hosted the 2011 Orthodox Christian Parenting Retreat. The speaker was Fr. John Peck, priest at St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Prescott, Arizona, and the topic was “Orthodox Christian Parenting in the 21st Century."
Equipping today's Christians with the timeless truths needed to live victorious lives. Fr. Stephen Rogers is the Senior Priest of St. Ignatius Antiochian Orthodox Church in Franklin, Tennessee, where he has served since 1987. We invite you to listen in as he shares these homilies with the St. Ignatius parish.
Enjoy readings by Dr. Chrissi Hart, author of Under the Grapevine and The Hermit, The Icon, and The Emperor, published by Conciliar Press. Dr. Hart reads Orthodox Christian children's books and other classic children's literature from a variety of sources. Currently, she is reading Keeper of the Light by Bev Cooke.
On this 10th Anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, Fr. Tom Hopko looks at the problem of evil and how we are to understand it as Christians.
Fr. Lawrence Farley is a Canadian priest in the Orthodox Church in America. His blog this week reflects on the events of 9/11 10 years later.
On a new Ancient Faith Presents, host Bobby Maddex interviews Matthew Namee, Associate Director of the Society for Orthodox Christian History in the Americas and host of the AFR podcast American Orthodox History, about the organization's new academic journal and upcoming symposium.
In this touching interview, His Beatitude Metropolitan Jonah reflects on the life and memory of Archbishop Dmitri, recently reposed Bishop of the Diocese of the South in the OCA.
In commemoration of the Feast of the Nativity of the Theotokos, Dr. Clark Carlton, host of "Faith and Philosophy," takes a break from his "Naked Public Square" series to offer a few words on Mary's significance today.
We are a healing presence to others when we give them strength and when we give them hope. Dr. Albert Rossi explains how to do both in imitation of Christ, who desires nothing more than for us to be His humanity on earth—his healing presence to others.