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Wednesday, May 06, 2009

American Orthodox History

Orthodox Christians share a uniquely historical consciousness, understanding that the Saints, priests, and Orthodox laymen of the past play a crucial part in their journeys toward salvation. However, there is one area of Orthodox history that very few of us know anything about—the story of Orthodoxy in the Americas. Ancient Faith Radio is thus happy to present a new podcast: American Orthodox History with Matthew Namee.


The Healing of the Paralytic

Fr. Thomas enumerates the seven great messianic signs of Jesus in St. John's Gospel, focusing on the healing of the paralytic at Bethesda.


Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Enthusiasm for the Truth

As we continue the celebration of Pascha, Fr. Tom Soroka asks, "Do we have the courage and the dedication needed to proclaim the truth of the Resurrection to the world?"


African Americans and Orthodoxy

How do we draw more African Americans into the Orthodox Church? The same way we attract everyone else. Dr. Clark Carlton explains on a brand new Faith and Philosophy.


Sunday, May 03, 2009


Life can be full of disappointments and unmet expectations especially for a young mother. Molly Sabourin finds hope in the realness of life and the stability of the Church.


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