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March 2017

Saturday, March 11, 2017

Ex Libris

The Art of In the Candle’s Glow

Host Bobby Maddex interviews Amandine Wanert, the French artist who just recently illustrated the beautiful AFP picture book In the Candle's Glow, written by Elizabeth Crispina Johnson.

Wednesday, March 08, 2017

Voices from St. Vladimir's Seminary

Repentance Leads to Gratitude: Part 1

On February 27–28, 2017, Priest David Mezynski, associate dean for Student Affairs at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, presented four lenten reflections during the two days of intensive liturgical services that annually mark the beginning of Great Lent for the seminary community. Using a story-telling format and employing a variety of sayings from the desert monastics, Father David focused on the theme of gratitude as the fruit of repentance, and especially pinpointed two main obstacles to true repentance: 1) feeling no awareness of sin, with a consequent refusal to change; and 2) possessing a despairing attitude, with a consequent inability to receive forgiveness.

Monday, March 06, 2017

Sacramental Living

The Complex World of Parenting

Love, joy, worry, and anxiety are just some of the emotions we experience intensely as parents. Join Michael Haldas as he offers a personal story and reflection about the complex world of parenting, and our need for Christ to be the best parents we can be.

Thursday, March 02, 2017

Ancient Faith Presents

Time and Despondency

Dr. Nicole Roccas shares some thoughts on time and despondency that are particularly relevant to this Lenten season.

February 2017

Friday, February 24, 2017

Ancient Faith Presents - Video Edition

Great Lent with Children of All Ages

Great Lent is always a struggle, but it's especially so in households with children—and even more if you have children at various developmental stages (toddlers and high schoolers under one roof?). Elissa Bjeletich, co-author of Blueprints for the Little Church, shares some tips.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Ancient Faith Presents

My Beautiful Lent

Bobby Maddex interviews Cynthia Damaskos, CHC, one of the individuals behind the website My Beautiful Lent.

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Ancient Faith Presents

Tips for Great Lent from Angela Doll Carlson

Angela Doll Carlson is the author of the books Garden in the East and Nearly Orthodox, and the host of the podcast "The Wilderness Journal."

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Ex Libris

In the Candle’s Glow

On a new "Ex Libris," the podcast of Ancient Faith Publishing, host Bobby Maddex interviews Elizabeth Crispina Johnson, the author of the new AFP children’s book In the Candle’s Glow.

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

A Lamp for Today

St. Valentine, Marriage, and the Orthodox Faith

Today, on what has unfortunately become a merely “secular” festival, we recover a deeper Valentine’s message by examining what our faith has to say about romance and true love. Dr. Edith Humphrey looks at the life of the third-century St. Valentine, and considers Hebrews 13:4, Genesis 1 and 2, Ephesians 5, and the book of Tobit (especially 8:4-8).

Tuesday, February 07, 2017

Youth and Camp Workers Conference

Youth and Camp Workers Conference 2017

Every year, youth and camp workers from across the US and Canada gather for the annual Youth and Camp Workers Conference. This Orthodox event is a joint initiative of the canonical jurisdictions of the Church, hosted by a different jurisdiction on a rotating basis. YCC17 was hosted at Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Austin, YX by Y2AM, the Department of Youth and Young Adult Ministries and the Office of Camping Ministries of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America.

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

The Wounded Healer

Caring for People with Dementia

On a new "The Wounded Healer," Chaplain Sarah Byrne-Martelli interviews Chaplain Sarah Jabbour from Beacon Hospice on the topic of "Caring for People with Dementia."

January 2017

Friday, January 27, 2017

Voices from St. Vladimir's Seminary

The Past, Present, and Future of Orthodox Music

Father Ivan Moody—prolific composer, sought after conductor, editor of sacred music, and author and lecturer—speaks on "The Past, Present, and Future of Orthodox Music" in this public conversation at St. Vladimir's Seminary. He touches upon everything from deciphering early musical notation written on papyri to creating fresh repertoire in sacred music, and from the “monophony and polyphony wars” in church history to the therapeutic function of music in contemporary church and society.

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