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.
Many meals are eaten in the restaurant setting. On a new Food, Faith, and Fasting, Rita Madden provides strategies on how to eat in a spiritually minded manner at the restaurant and explains how these good food choices can benefit your health.
Should the faithful be creating Orthodox colleges and universities? On a new Faith and Philosophy, Clark Carlton shares his thoughts on the place of Orthodox Christianity in the academy.
On a new A Voice from the Isles, guest homilist Subdeacon Immanuel speaks about the celebration of the saints of Britain and Ireland, as well as all saints abroad. Pictured here is St. Botolph, the patron saint of travellers.
Listen to the presentations from the convocation held in Toronto, June 27-29. Click the play button to hear Fr. John Kowalczyk talk about the Ministry of Presence in Prison Ministry. More talks available by clicking the image to the left.
In 2007, Fr. Gabriel Rochelle and his wife Pani-matka Susan Steinhaus moved across country, from eastern Pennslvania to southern New Mexico, to begin a mission for the Ukrainian Church. Here, Fr. Gabriel gives us an update on the progress and growth of St. Anthony of the Desert Orthodox Mission in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
From June 17-19, 2011, St. Vladimir's Seminary hosted a conference titled "Women Disciples of the Lord." The conference lectures will be posted on Ancient Faith Radio in biweekly installments. First up is the keynote address delivered by the Very Rev. Dr. John Behr, Dean of St. Vladimir's Seminary. The title is "Male and Female He Created Them."