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.
The Very Rev. Fr. Tryphon, Abbot of All-Merciful Saviour Monastery on Vashon Island in the Puget Sound near Seattle, Washington, provides meaningful support and authoritative guidance for a profitable spiritual life in today’s world. Listen daily!
Fr. John Finley, host of "Singing the Triumphal Hymn," reads selected chapters from his book Sacred Meals, now available from Conciliar Press. Sacred Meals shows us how to build character and pass down family and Christian traditions to our children through eating together at home.
On the eve of the first ever student orientation at St. Katherine Orthodox College, Bobby Maddex interviews Dr. John Coroneus, a professor of chemistry and biochemistry at the school, about the intersection of faith and science.
On a new "Frederica Here and Now," host Frederica Mathewes-Green responds to a question from a Roman Catholic listener about purgatory and then explains to all of us why we Orthodox pray for the dead.
On a new Voices from St. Vladimir's Seminary, Fr. Chad Hatfield, the seminary chancellor, speaks at the school's Diaconal Formation Workshop, the purpose of which is to expand the vision of the Holy Diaconate for deacons and candidates and engage them in intense liturgical training.