This podcast series seeks to carry on the mission of CrossRoad and inspire young adults to travel the road of Christ. CrossRoad invites Orthodox high school juniors and seniors from North America to Hellenic College/Holy Cross for ten days of vocation exploration: classes in Orthodox theology, discussions on calling, community outreach, and Boston-area excursions.
Kevin Allen and John Maddex traveled to Englewood, NJ, to visit the headquarters of the Antiochian Archdiocese and the home of its Archbishop Metropolitan Philip Saliba to seek clarification on several key areas that have become a concern to many. Listen to the entire interview here or sections of it on The Illumined Heart page.
Organizers have just announced that this year's Conference on Missions and Evangelism will be free of charge. It will be held October 15th-17th at St. Nicholas Antiochian Church in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and the focus is on restoring evangelism as a foremost priority for every believing Orthodox Christian. Listen below for more information.
Illumined Heart host Kevin Allen speaks with the research director of the 2010 US Orthodox Christian Census, Alexei D. Krindatch, about the first definitive census of every Orthodox body in the U.S (including Eastern and Oriental), nationally and by state. Be prepared for some suprises!
On a new At the Intersection of East and West, Dn. Michael Hyatt discusses chapter two of St. Athanasius's book On the Incarnation. This is lesson four in his series "In But Not Of."
Listen to the weekly sermons and other recorded lectures of Fr. Gregory Hallam, Dean at the Antiochian Orthodox Deanery of the United Kingdom and Ireland, and stay connected to the Orthodox Church in the U.K.
Part of our mission at Ancient Faith Radio is to supplement the daily prayer lives of our listeners with the music and prayers of the Church. Consistent with that mission, we offer you these free audio downloads of an assortment of pre- and post-Communion prayers recorded by Frederica Mathewes-Green.
Fr. Tom Hopko concludes his Names of Jesus series. In this final episode, he demonstrates that Jesus is the only "name under heaven given to men, whereby we must be saved."
The Fall 2010 Lecture Series at St. Tikhon's revolves around various life issues and the first speaker in the series was Wesley Smith who is a lawyer and an award winning author as well as a Senior Fellow in Human Rights and Bioethics at the Discovery Institute.