AFR correspondent Matthew Namee talks with His Grace Bishop Basil, the newly elected Secretary of the Episcopal Assemblies. We learn of his impressions of the historic May 26-28 gathering in New York as well as the assignment he has been given to coordinate the work of the committees that will be formed leading up eventually to a Great and Holy Council.
Enjoy readings by Dr. Chrissi Hart, author of Under the Grapevine and The Hermit, The Icon and The Emperor. Dr. Hart shares Orthodox Christian books and other classic literature from a variety of sources. Here she reads a chapter from The Horse and His Boy by C. S. Lewis.
In our continuing effort to keep you informed about the recent and ongoing work of our Hierarchs to bring about administrative unity, we present an extensive interview with Fr. Mark Arey. The discussion centers on the first Episcopal Assembly meeting in New York on May 26-28, 2010.
Fr. Andrew Damick continues part 1 in a series on the Foundations of the Orthodox Faith. It is a 4 part series but we will divide into smaller pieces for the podcast. So here is Fr. Andrew concluding his first talk on the Mystery of Christ.
John Maddex talks with Daria Petrykowski of the Dept. of Christian Education at the Orthodox Church in America about an important parish ministries conference June 27 - 30. Speakers include Metropolitan JONAH, Fr. John Behr, David Drillock, Bishop Melchizedek and many others. For more information, click HERE.
Fr. Peter Alban Heers examines the crisis in Greece from a spiritual standpoint, pointing us toward two important developments that have worldwide implications. Fr. Peter places these developments in the larger context of salvation history, as well as in the mysteries of salvation and iniquity which are at work in the world.