Fr. Thomas Hopko presents a meditation on how the liturgical services of Christmas and Epiphany pattern those of the Christ’s Holy Pascha of Easter.
Ancient Faith Radio is collecting episodes from our large family of podcasts that will help make the Nativity season a truly joyful experience. This collection draws from both past and current series and will be updated until Theophany.
On a new American Orthodox History, Matthew Namee interviews Nicholas Chapman, the Managing Director of Orthodox Christian Books, about an 18th-century Orthodox convert from Virginia named Philip Ludwell III. Ludwell commissioned this portrait of Benjamin Franklin in 1762.
During this Nativity season, Molly Sabourin reflects on what it means to love our Neighbor - even if they have different beliefs, moral standards, or no belief at all.
From December 4th through the 6th, 2009, St. Nicholas Orthodox Church in Kenosha, Wisconsin, hosted a retreat on the Christmas Gospels that featured the wisdom and insight of Fr. Gregory Jensen. Listen to the first lecture on "The Magi and the Star" here.
Prince Rilian is a captive in the Emerald Witch’s underground kingdom. Will he ever escape? Listen to Dr. Chrissi Hart read The Silver Chair—book four in C. S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia—on her podcast Under the Grapevine, beginning December 11th.