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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Ancient Faith Presents

Arvo Pärt Concert at Carnegie Hall

Bobby Maddex interviews Dr. Nicholas Reeves, assistant professor of liturgical music at St. Vladimir’s Seminary, and Dr. Peter Bouteneff, an associate professor of systematic theology at St. Vlad’s, about an upcoming concert at Carnegie Hall featuring the music of Arvo Pärt.

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Monday, March 10, 2014

Met PHILIP

Please Pray For Met PHILIP

While in Florida and undergoing tests in the hospital, Metropolitan Philip suffered a minor heart attack on Sunday. He is in an encouraging situation in ICU. A prayer service for His Eminence will be held this afternoon at the Archdiocese Headquarters. We ask all of you to hold prayer services for his speedy recovery.


Freed Nun

Maaloula Nuns Freed!

In breaking news, Kevin Allen speaks with Samuel Noble who edits the Arab Orthodoxy blog site and who is an expert on Arab Orthodox matters, regarding reports that the kidnapped nuns of Maaloula and St. Thekla Monastery have been freed. The situation is very fluid but confirmation has been received of their release.

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Sunday, March 09, 2014

Ancient Faith Today

Buddhism and Orthodoxy

Kevin and his guests Fr. Brendan Pelphrey (GOA), an ex-missionary in Asia who has had dialogue with the Dalai Lama, and R. Todd Godwin, ex-Buddhist and Orthodox Christian, discuss the attractions of Buddhism, as well as its key teachings and practices, in comparison with and in contrast to those of Eastern Orthodox Christianity.

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Friday, March 07, 2014

Paradise and Utopia

Papal Reformation and the Great Schism

On a new "Paradise and Utopia," Fr. John Strickland, a professor of history at Saint Katherine Orthodox College, discusses the spiritual decline of the church in the West and the attempt to reform this degradation.

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