The Brotherhood of St. Moses the Black presents an annual conference that explores the African roots of Orthodoxy. The title of this particular conference is “The Ancient Faith for Modern Problems.” Listen below to the keynote speech by Bishop Matthias, the new Bishop of Chicago and the Midwest of the OCA.
Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, priest at All Saints Orthodox Church in Chicago, delivered this homily in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, at the funeral of his beloved friend Nancy (Katherine) Thompson who fell asleep in the Lord on August 2, 2011.
Fr. James Early is back! On this season premier of "Teach Me Thy Statutes," he shares the objectives and parameters of his new series on the Gospel of St. John. Find your seat, open your Bible, and study together with Fr. James.
Proper prayer, helping others, hobbies, healthy laughter, simplifying our lives, and singing can all be ways for us to manage our stress and improve our health. Registered Dietician Rita Madden explains on a brand new "Food, Faith, and Fasting."
Bobby Maddex interviews Theron Mathis, the author of The Rest of the Bible: A Guide to the Old Testament of the Early Church, a new Conciliar Press book that explores the so-called Apocrypha.
On a new Search the Scriptures, Dr. Jeannie Constantinou describes the characteristics of Israel and Judah, the two Old Testament kingdoms, and then tries to account for the popularity of the prophet Elijah.
From Bert and Ernie to parents, kids, and a pope—Fr. Joseph Huneycutt talks about the struggles and the goal of sexuality in part two of this two-part series of his Orthodixie podcast.
The Psalms have been called the “Hymn Book of the Church” and contain rich and prophetic references to Christ. In this podcast, Fr. Wilbur Ellsworth takes us through the Psalter and helps us to make them the prayer of our hearts. Listen here to his reflection on one of the morning Psalms that asks the question, "How shall I walk?"
Molly Sabourin reflects on the recent falling asleep of dear friend Nancy Thompson in Waynesburg, PA. How do we view death as Orthodox Christians?
Fr. Gabriel Rochelle embarks on a new musing from the high desert, this time tackling Celtic Christianity, which he introduces by way of three ancient prayers from the Celtic tradition.