On this week celebrating the descent of the Holy Spirit and the Trinity, Fr. Thomas Hopko reflects on the icons associated with Pentecost and the Trinity.
In response to Rob Bell's controversial book Love Wins, Steve Robinson ventures into the world of video and gives a short summary of the difference between the mainstream Protestant view of salvation and an Orthodox view. Listen to his short "audio introduction" below and then watch the video by clicking on the image to the left.
A pan-Orthodox steering committee of scholars and academics sponsored this conference in June of 2011 on the St. Vladimir’s Seminary campus to explore the possibility of the establishment of a new Orthodox college in North America. Begin here with Fr. John Behr's talk on "Orthodox Intellectual Life in the English-Speaking World."
St. Maximos the Confessor explains to us that nothing that God has created is in itself bad. It's the gluttony that is bad, not the food. In this episode of Food, Faith, and Fasting, Rita Madden looks at snacking and how it can have a negative impact on our health. She also provides some practical tips for moving away from mindless eating.
Ancient Faith Radio presents an interview with Fr. Peter Galadza, the Kule Family Professor of Liturgy at the Metropolitan Andrey Sheptytsky Institute of Eastern Christian Studies, about the institute's Study Days, which will take place in Ottawa, Ontario, from July 15th through the 18th.
On a new Ancient Faith Presents, we interview the Very Reverend Constantine Nasr, priest at St. Elijah Orthodox Church in Oklahoma City and the author of the new Conciliar Press book Mastering the Art of Marriage: Staying Together When the World Pulls You Apart.
Fr. Tom Hopko points out the striking similarities in the 2 readings for Divine Liturgy between Ascension and Pentecost.
In this week before Pentecost, Ancient Faith Radio offers you a treasure of listening opportunities from our collection of podcasts and talks about the Holy Spirit and the Feast of Pentecost. You can start with this one by Fr. Thomas Hopko talking about the Roots of Pentecost.
It always comes on a Thursday and, after a familiar dialogue of forty days, it always leaves one speechless (so to speak). In this episode of Orthodixie from 2007, Fr. Joseph Huneycutt looks at the "Hi's" and "Hello's" of the Feasts.