Metropolitan Jonah presided over the 2012 Sunday of Orthodoxy Vespers held at Holy Cross Antiochian Orthodox Church in Linthicum, MD and spoke on Orthodox Unity in America.
On a new "Hearts and Minds," Fr. John Oliver continues his series on intercessory prayer. Here he discusses the fifth litany of the Divine Liturgy in which we pray for our bishops, priests, and deacons.
On February 25, 2012, the Orthodox Christian Women of Montreal hosted their twenty-first annual conference. This year the topic was “Why Do We Need the Creed?: The Symbol of Faith in Today’s World,” and the speaker was Archpriest Cyprian Hutcheon.
"American Orthodox History" has returned to Ancient Faith Radio! Join host Matthew Namee as he explores our early American Orthodox past. Here Matthew recounts the story of Fr. Kallinikos Delveis, the first priest of Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in New York.
Four-time Emmy award winner Jonathan Jackson, star of 'General Hospital' and 'Tuck Everlasting,' talks with Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick about his journey into Orthodox Christianity, his family, how he lives his faith as a Hollywood actor, music and writing, on this special episode of Roads From Emmaus.
From February 24th through the 25th, St. Michael Orthodox Church in Louisville, Kentucky, hosted the 2012 Climacus Conference of Thoughtful Ascent. This year’s gathering was titled “Byzantium: You Are Not Forgotten” and featured lectures on Byzantine history, culture, theology, and iconography. Listen here to the opening lecture by William Weber.
In the first of his reflections on the Psalms we pray at the Pre-Sancified Liturgy during Great Lent, Fr. Wilbur looks at Psalm 119 (120) and the journey of a sojourner.
Fr. Andrew Damick comments on a recent article in Christianity Today by Mark Galli entitled "Giving Up Self-Discipline For Lent." He contrasts the western view of Lent with an Orthodox perspective. Listen to Fr. Andrew's commentary below or read it by clicking on the image.
Dr. John Coroneus, professor of science at Saint Katherine College, explains three basic ways in which people attempt to deceive us by misusing science: by telling the truth out of context, by pairing pictures with words, and by asking leading questions.
When a fast is just around the corner, the fridge gets stocked with non-dairy creamer and margarine. On a new "Food, Faith, and Fasting," Rita Madden explains how these foods sabotage the very essence of fasting and are detrimental to health.
On a new "Ancient Faith Presents," Bobby Maddex, Operations Manager of Ancient Faith Radio, interviews Fr. John Behr, Dean of St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, about the school's new fully paid tuition plan.