On a new episode of "Ex Libris," host Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. David Fontes, a priest, psychologist, and the author of the new Ancient Faith Publishing book In the Eyes of Your Creator: Truly Valuing Yourself and Others.
In this special edition of Ancient Faith Today, Kevin speaks, in this extensive interview, with David Daleiden, the director of the Center For Medical Progress, the pro-life activist organization that planned and produced the expose videos that have shaken the abortion industry in the United States.
On a new "A Voice from the Isles," Fr. Emmanuel Kahn suggests that as we think about the Dormition of the Theotokos, we need time to understand how the life and death of the Mother of God relates to each of us.
We are so thankful to still be able to go into the archives and hear the prophetic voice of Fr. Thomas. Here is his episode on the Dormition of the Theotokos from 2010.
On a new "Rain in the Desert," Fr. Apostolos Hill, Dean of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Phoenix, AZ, shares about sexual purity. "We cannot, we dare not, manufacture a false gospel that dismisses chastity and sexual purity because maintaining them is difficult."
Adam Lowell Roberts sits down with Fr. Hans Jacobse at the Antiochian Archdiocese Boston Convention to discuss an ignored evangelism tool, parish websites. Fr. Hans and his business partner, Fr. John Peck, run Logos Web Services. Learn more at www.logoswebservices.com. To see an example of their work visit www.stpeterorthodoxchurch.com to see the parish website for Fr. Hans.
Frederica Mathewes-Green reads another selection from her new book Welcome to the Orthodox Church: An Introduction to Eastern Christianity, published by Paraclete Press. This time she focuses on prayers to the Theotokos and the Saints.
Fr. Evan Armatas begins with a conversation with Fr. Tom Tsagalakis, from Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle. They discuss together a sensitive question written in by a father who is struggling to communicate with his daughter. She has expressed confusion about her sexual identity
Fr. Philip LeMasters argues that it has always been a component of Orthodox teaching that the uniquely life-giving union of man and woman is unspeakably holy and a sign of the relationship between Christ and the Church.
The killing of Cecil the Lion is a bad thing. On a new "Human Exceptionalism," Wesley J. Smith explains why while differentiating between animal rights and animal welfare.