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.
Fr. Gabriel Rochelle completes his podcast Musing on Mission. He offers some concluding thoughts on beginning a mission parish. Fr. Gabriel would like to offer a special thanks to all those who listened to this series.
Dr. Jeannie Constantinou discusses Samuel and Hannah in her series, "Introduction to the Bible" on her Search the Scriptures podcast. Listen to part 1 here and part 2 on her podcast page.
Meet Father Paisius Altschul, the priest of Saint Mary of Egypt Serbian Orthodox Church and the Executive Director of Reconciliation Services/FOCUS Kansas City. Kevin Allen speaks with Father Paisius about his community’s unique ministry of racial reconciliation and ministry to the poor and homeless in the inner city of Kansas City. (USA).
Steve the Builder interviews Fr. Meletios Webber, the Abbot of St. John's Monastery, on what the "grace of the priesthood" bestows on a man, and what the priest's authority and role is in the life of the parish and in his relationship with his parishoners as his spiritual children.
Fr. Joseph Huneycutt's displeasure with Stephen Hawking's recent statement about God not being necessary for Creation is akin to his dislike of sweet red BBQ sauce. Though this episode of Orthodixie "tilts," only the obnoxious virtual gobbler succumbs to gravity (if there is such a force, that is).
Kh. Krista West continues reading from her book on Orthodox vestments, discussing the ancient garments of Greece and Rome and their transformation into Orthodox Christian liturgical dress.