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Sunday, October 12, 2014

Faith Encouraged Live

Icons And Orthodox Spirituality

Fr. Barnabas Powell address the question of iconography in the Orthodox Tradition. How essential are they in our Christian faith? Do we worship them? Learn about what icons teach us and their significance in understanding the Incarnation of Christ.


In Focus

Orthodox Free Clinic - A Model Which Can Be Replicated

Nick and John talk about the plight of the poor who desperately need health services but cannot afford it. Learn about the new Health Care Clinic operated by FOCUS North America. You can then replicate this model in your community with the help of FOCUS.


Thursday, October 09, 2014


From Scroll To Book To Net: The Web Of Knowledge

Fr. John Behr, author of academic, popular, and spiritual works, presented the keynote address at this year's Education Day at St. Vladimir's Seminary. Fr. John highlighted the symbiotic relationship between Christianity and books, and described how the development of the internet has changed the way people read.


Doxacon Seattle 2014

Doxacon Seattle 2014

Doxacon is a conference that explores the faith and truth of Christianity as reflected in science fiction and fantasy. With the blessing of Archbishop Benjamin (OCA), St. Katherine Orthodox Church hosted Doxacon Seattle so that the Geek Orthodox of the Pacific Northwest could enjoy panels, presentations, and discussions about their favorite speculative works.


Tuesday, October 07, 2014

Dr. Timothy Petitsas

Beauty, Goodness, Truth: Trauma, the Iliad, and an Orthodox Perspective on Healing the Soul

At this year's Orthodox Women in Healing Ministries retreat, Dr. Timothy Patitsas, Professor of Ethics at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, gave 3 lectures on this theme. The first one can be heard below and all 3 are available by clicking on the image to the left.


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