Much of the world focused in on one man and one prediction last week that got a lot of attention. Fr. Lawrence Farley takes a phrase from a famous Monty Python movie to make his point about the lesson we can learn from these events.
John Maddex talks with Alexei Kindratch, Research Consultant to the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in America, about a brand new publication that will serve as a valuable handbook in every parish library.
St. John Chrysostom gives us a rule that can help with portion control in the era of Super Size and the Double Big Gulp. He states that we should “eat just to alleviate your hunger.” This sounds like a very good rule, but how do we apply it to our everyday eating practices? Rita Madden explains in a new Food, Faith, and Fasting.
Was Jesus's voluntary self-sacrifice payment for a debt owed? On a new Frederica Here and Now, Frederica Mathewes-Green explains the true role that Christ's death and resurrection play in our salvation.
Fr. Joseph Huneycutt speaks at the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Denver's Clergy-Laity Conference, hosted by St. George Greek Orthodox Church, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (He was going to title the talk "What Does a Greek Look Like?"—but then again, what DOES a Greek look like?)
Bobby Maddex interviews David and Mangala Frost of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (IOCS) about a new IOCS Orthodox evangelism tool called The Way, now available in the United States exclusively through Conciliar Press.
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.