St. Simeon the New Theologian explains that many illnesses are caused by a disorderly and irregular diet. Does a saint speaking to us one thousand years ago have answers for our food choices today? Listen to Rita Madden on a new Food, Faith, and Fasting.
Today on the program we feature a lecture by Fr. Stanley Harakas, the Archbishop Iakovos Professor of Orthodox Theology, Emeritus, at Holy Cross Seminary, given at the first annual Anne and Theodore Phillips Paschal Lecture Series in Chicago, Illinois, on May 7, 2011.
Family Radio's Harold Camping claims that the Second Coming will occur on May 21, 2011. In this encore presentation of Our Life in Christ, Steve Robinson and Bill Gould look back on the 2,000-year history of erroneous end-times predictions.
On Let the Children Come Unto Me, guest homilist Mother Alexandra, the Abbess of the St. Thekla convent in Ligonier, Pennsylvania, discusses the life and icon of St. Thekla with the children of St. Philip's Orthodox Church.
Is it possible to really see Christ and God as they are? Did the Disciples have an advantage over us because they lived with Christ? Fr. Thomas Hopko explores these questions in light of the resurrection!
On a new Glory to God, Fr. Stephen Freeman speaks about the difference between feast days as mere events of the calendar and the reality of the Kingdom of God that awaits us in the Feasts.
From April 29th through May 1st, 2011, the Right Reverend Archimandrite Matthias was consecrated as Bishop of Chicago and the Diocese of the Midwest of the Orthodox Church in America. Listen to recorded highlights from the Consecration services, as well as the speeches delivered at the Consecration banquet, by clicking on the image to the left.
Jancie Bidwell talks about preserving the joy of Pascha in the family. Janice was born and raised as an Orthodox Christian and is a wife, homeschooling mother, writer, and, professor of pediatric nursing at San Diego State University. This article originally appeared on line at Pravmir.Com.
Father Thomas Hopko educates us on why the Sunday a week after our Lord's Resurrection is also called Antipascha.