Ancient Faith Radio is pleased to introduce a new podcast that features updates, homilies, stories, and reports from the staff, clergy, and campers of Antiochian Village Summer Camp. Listen here to His Grace Bishop Thomas speaking to the campers about the birth of John the Baptist.
Fr. Evan Armatas returns to the microphone and catches up on some email questions, as well as a live call from an inquirer into Orthodoxy. She asks, "If the Orthodox Church is one Church, why are there so many jurisdictions?"
Fr. Patrick Reardon, priest at All Saints Orthodox Church in Chicago, Illinois, reminds us that part of our communion with God is our connection to the saints—and chief among them after the Theotokos are Peter and Paul.
On a new Ancient Faith Today, Kevin Allen speaks with his guest Fr, Michael Varlamos about the historic march of His Eminence IAKOVOS of the Greek Orthodox Church on March 15,1965, with Dr Martin Luther King in Selma, Alabama, and the Orthodox Christian teachings on racism, ethnic separatism, and racial profiling.
How will we help our children find a respectful and good way to offer Orthodoxy to this world? On a new "Raising Saints," host Elissa Bjeletich emphasizes the importance of being able to articulate the Orthodox faith in emulation of the twelve Holy Apostles.
Listen to this interview with Charles Ajalat about the Becoming Truly Human course in the Antiochian Archdiocese. Learn about this home based and lay led approach to spreading the Gospel now available.
We welcome back Kevin Allen to AFR with his inaugural come back podcast which is part 1 of an interview with Fr. Josiah Trenham. They discuss his new book Rock and Sand - An Orthodox Appraisal of the Protestant Reformers and their Teaching, published by New Rome Press. This interview is also available in video format from Patristic Nectar Films.
On "Frederica Here and Now," Frederica Mathews-Green reviews the new Pixar film Inside Out, a movie that works on both a child and an adult level—especially when it comes to telling the truth about sadness and the lessons it has to teach us.
On a new "Ancient Faith Commentaries," Fr. Lawrence Farley, the priest at St. Herman's Orthodox Church, OCA (Archdiocese of Canada), in Langley, British Columbia, reflects on the hymn that the three youths ostensibly sang in the fiery furnace.