On a new "Ancient Faith Commentaries," Fr. Philip LeMasters contends that the biological complementarity of males and females provides an important clue to the personal identity of human beings.
After talking a bit more about narcissism in the priesthood (and a brief word from a sponsor), Fr. Anthony Perkins uses some insights from comparative politics to help explain some of the divisions that plague some communities and why things often get blown out of proportion.
Bobby Maddex interviews Dr. George Demacopoulos and Dr. Aristotle Papanikolaou of Fordham University. Dr. Demacopoulos is the Fr. John Meyendorff & Patterson Family Chair of Orthodox Christian Studies at Fordham and Dr. Papanikolaou is the Archbishop Demetrios Chair of Orthodox Theology and Culture. Together they co-founded and co-direct Fordham's Orthodox Christian Studies Center.
On a new "Eastern Christian Insights," Fr. Philip LeMasters, Professor of Religion and Director of the Honors Program at McMurry University, challenges us to respond in humble obedience to the resurrected Christ, following the example of the Myrrhbearers.
St. Matthew’s Greek Orthodox Church in Blandon, Pennsylvania, hosts its Third Annual Into the Heart of Christ Prayer Retreat at the Jesuit Center at Wernersville, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, April 16th, 2016. The speaker was Rev. Dn. Stephen Muse, PhD, and the topic was “Treasure in Earthen Vessels: Prayer and the Embodied Life.” Listen to part one here.
Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. Lawrence Farley, the priest at St. Herman of Alaska Orthodox Church in Langley, British Columbia, and the author of the new Ancient Faith Publishing book The Empty Throne: Reflections on the History and Future of the Orthodox Episcopacy.
Some years, Bright Week is filled with joy, but there are other years when we are just worn out. Have we done Pascha wrong? What do we do next? On a new "Raising Saints," Elissa Bjeletich shares her thoughts on the subject.