Join Fr. Richard Rene and the parish of St. Aidan’s in Cranbrook, British Columbia, for words homiletical and poetical, reflective and narrative. Come and explore the challenges of the spiritual life at the intersection of the eternal Gospel and the 21st century.
Dr. Kyriaki Karidoyanes Fitzgerald, an Orthodox theologian, pastoral counselor, and licensed psychologist, delivers a speech titled "Eve, Mary, and Us" at the 2011 "Women Disciples of the Lord" conference, sponsored by St. Vladimir's Orthodox Seminary.
What do oak bathroom cabinets have to do with the baptismal garment of the Orthodox altar? On a new The Opinionated Tailor, Kh. Krista West explains that in the Orthodox Church, beauty is much more than skin deep.
Some say they go to church to "pray." But is that why we gather together as a Eucharistic community? On Worship in Spirit and Truth, Fr. Thomas Hopko explains the differences between communal worship and our personal prayer life.
St. Symeon teaches that when we pray, the indwelling Light of Christ can lift us up to the very Paradise of which St. Paul himself haltingly spoke. Fr. Gregory Hallam addresses this assertion and more on a new A Voice from the Isles.
Fr. Meletios Webber is back from the Holy Lands! On a brand new Jottings from a Holy Mountain, the Abbott of the Holy Monastery of St. John of San Francisco continues his account of what he saw and shares his overall assessment of the trip.
American Orthodox History is back! Host Matthew Namee speaks at the Fortieth Biennial Clergy Laity Congress of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America in Atlanta, Georgia.
Fr. Thomas Hopko begins looking at the 102 Canons of the "Quinisext," or the Fifth and Sixth Ecumenical Councils, sometimes referred to as the Council in Trullo. Maximus the Confessor is affirmed and many Patriarchs and Popes are anathematized.