On a new Postcards from Greece, Fr. Peter Alban Heers stops to examine the previous Sunday's gospel, through which the Church is preparing us to accept the glory of the Lord, His crucifixion, by directing us to divest ourselves of the desire to seek worldly glory.
"What's so special about Lazarus Saturday?" This question from Molly Sabourin's kids sparked today's podcast in which she relates a poem by a Russian prisoner to the raising of Lazarus by Jesus.
The Opinionated Tailor is a glimpse into the colorful world of Kh. Krista West, ecclesiastical tailor, priest’s wife, and mother. Here Kh. Krista gives some advice on getting ready for Holy Week.
The fifth century brought much controversy, schism, and anathemas, but the Church survived. According to Fr. Thomas Hopko, some of these divisions exist even today.
On this week's Ancient Faith Presents, we talk with Claire Brandenburg, Manager of the Heavenly Ladder Bookstore in Taos, New Mexico, about a new CD featuring the writings of Archpriest Sergius of Kasimov.
Fr. Harry Pappas, priest at Archangel Orthodox Church in Stanford, Connecticut, and an adjunct professor at St. Vladimir's Orthodox Seminary, leads the school's second annual Public Lenten Retreat. Titled "Back to Basics: Old Testament and Life," his presentation is divided into three parts, the first of which, "How Life Begins," can be heard here.
Bobby Maddex interviews Christiana Thanos, the producer of Lucky Girls, a documentary film about the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Girl's Orphanage in Calcutta, India, and the coordinator of a campaign to raise $4,000 during the 40 days of Lent for this same orphanage.