World Congress Managing Director Larry Jacobs joins Fr. Josiah Trenham to talk about the coming World Congress of Families to be held in the Republic of Georgia and blessed/hosted by Patriarch Ilia II.
Ancient Faith Radio brings you a talk by Fr. John Behr, Dean and Professor of Patristics at St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary in Yonker’s New York. Fr. John spoke at the Center for Orthodox Thought and Culture at Eastern University in PA.
Sometimes, the God we imagine is not at all who He really is. Elissa Bjeletich, the host of "Raising Saints," encourages us to let our children see faith that is alive and real—which reflects the True God who exists apart from our imaginations.
Vladimir Morosan discusses how the Church invites the faithful to enter into Great and Holy Lent through the hymnography of the Lenten Triodion, with special focus on the hymns of the pre-Lenten Sundays and the first week of Great Lent.
In the Book of Genesis, God says not to eat from the Tree of Life. And yet in Revelation, He invites us to eat from the Tree of Life. Michael Haldas explores the reasons why from an Orthodox Christian perspective. He discusses the sinfulness and sacredness of eating and hunger as taught to us through the Scriptures, specifically Genesis and Revelation, and our Holy Tradition and what we are really doing when we fast and prepare for and receive the Eucharist.
On a new "Frederica Here and Now," Frederica Mathewes-Green calls us to enter into the fast of Great Lent as fully as we can so that we can reap the fruit of repentance and humility.