Jason Barker presents unit 10 in the new Worship and You series. Here he talks about using a prayer book, saying extemporaneous prayers, and praying without ceasing.
Listen to composer Nicholas Reeves talk about a coming concert in New York City to honor the work of composers who were banned or controversial due to their connection with or influence from the Orthodox Church under communist oppression. More information about tickets for this May 8 event is available HERE. Or you can call 646-450-4077.
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From April 12-13, 2010, Orthodox Christian Fellowship at Hope College hosted its second annual Encountering Eastern Orthodoxy Conference. The theme of this year’s gathering was “The Resurrection of Christ in the Worship and Theology of the Orthodox Church.” Speakers included Reverend Deacon Nicholas V. Belcher and Mother Abbess Gabriella.
What difference does the message of the resurrection make in the thinking and actual lives of those who believe it? Listen to Fr. Pat Reardon' sermon.
On a new The Orthodox Moviegoer, Bobby Maddex reviews Andrei Rublev, directed by Andrei Tarkovsky and starring Anatoli Solonitsyn, Ivan Lapikov, and Nikolai Grinko.