Start date: March 2007 246 episodes
Fr. Joseph Huneycutt shares both his southern wit and fatherly wisdom with each episode of this podcast.
|Date||Title & Description||Duration|
|May 26, 2015||
All the hoopla about a former Olympic star so-called transitioning into the opposite sex (Girl Scouts, Boys Scouts, bathrooms, and blah blah) has just about sent Fr Joseph over the edge. He dreams of setting Fr. Danislav straight, or vice versa.
|Apr 16, 2015||
Why on earth are Aaron Copland, the Dubliners, Yo-Yo Ma, Alison Krauss, the New York Philharmonic, and a Muslim found in the same podcast? Simple! Maybe within the Light of the Resurrection we'll all turn 'round right.
|Mar 11, 2015||
You might not be a Jedi in the Fast, but you may be speaking Wookiee and not even know it! The struggling faster Fr. Joseph calls in the big lightsabers for help: The Mamas & the Papas, The Boss, John Williams, Mississippi John Hurt, Scarlett O'Hara, and Chewbacca.
|Jan 30, 2015||
Rumor has it that this episode is about gossip. But like I told someone else . . . don't tell anyone!
|Nov 10, 2014||
Houston made the news recently—a story involving local legislation, "gender confusion," and restrooms. Fr Joseph, who ironically often wears a "dress" to the Men's Room, rants about . . . something else?
|Oct 28, 2014||
In this episode—an introductory snip from a Fire From Ashes retreat at St Luke Orthodox Church, Garden Grove, California—Fr. Joseph says, "Enough about me... a bit about the book."
|Oct 18, 2014||
In this episode, which features a guest appearance by Fr. Danislav Gregorio, Fr. Joseph intends to show a vagabond who's boss! Hard to explain, but it doesn't quite turn out as planned.
|Oct 03, 2014||
Stephen King writes the news? Delivers the newspaper? Either times are hard or the news is horrible! If it's both, what are we to do about it?
|Sep 01, 2014||
Fr. Joseph says, "I'll have you all know that I took time out from reading Scripture, visiting the sick, and saying my prayers to record this podcast—now with more banjo!"
|Aug 11, 2014||
Where do sermons come from? Well, they sure don't come from Neil Young, Stephen Bishop, George Jones, or the Bay City Rollers! But these, and more, join John Chrysostom and John of Kronstadt in this episode, which begins, of course, with Sammy Davis Jr.
|Jul 21, 2014||
Fresh from the Antiochian Clergy Symposium on "Medicine, Theology, and Healing," Fr. Joseph shares his thoughts on Jesus' healing of the paralytic, and that which matters most.
|Jul 13, 2014||
With the election of a new Metropolitan for the Antiochians and fresh-from-seminary newly ordained men throughout the Church, one thing’s for sure: Their feet are the same as, well, yours! Here’s a three-peat on clay feet.
|Jun 30, 2014||
Just back from five weeks in the United Kingdom, Fr. Joseph shares from his travelogue on the Saints—and others—he encountered there. In other words, what do Joseph of Arimathea, Patrick of Ireland, Elder Sophrony, King Arthur, and Ron Weasley all have in common?
|May 28, 2014||
Here comes the summer, here comes the Bride, love is in the air—but WAIT! Listen to this retreaded podcast before you hit the road of matrimony!
|Apr 30, 2014||
Fr Joseph rants and runs for cover—raising concerns, but not hands (please).
|Mar 23, 2014||
Fr Joseph reminisces about Metropolitan Philip prior to the Trisagion for the Departed at St Joseph Church, Houston, on the Sunday of the Cross, March 23, 2014.
|Feb 28, 2014||
A long time ago, in a parish far, far away . . . It is a period of church war. Ortho-Nerds, striking from a hidden base, have won their first victory against the Nominal Ecclesiarch. During the struggle, Ortho-Nerd spies managed to steal secret plans to the Ecclesiarch's ultimate weapon, the Death Pew . . . (Also in this episode, Fr Joseph says: geek, dork, loser, dweeb, tetragrammaton, gamer, and emo.)
|Jan 14, 2014||
Sometimes you can judge a podcast by its title!
|Dec 05, 2013||
The changing nature of words only distorts what defines us in Christ. One way or the other, we're all the same.
|Nov 18, 2013||
Just a few women, at first, raised their hands; later, all of them acknowledged their "sonship." If God's their Father, who's their Mother? Fr. Joseph speaks to gals and guys at St Nicholas Church, Shreveport, Louisiana.
|Oct 31, 2013||
Fr. Joseph speaks in Belleville, Ontario, at a seminar hosted by Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church. Lovely folks, lovely place. But like many of us, they have their work cut out for them—keeping Orthodox Christianity ALIVE in that little place. Here follows a few snippets from our time together.
|Oct 08, 2013||
Whether in tuxedo or collar, whether playing the role of smart aleck or slow learner, one thing is certain: Stuff happens. Be prepared. Say your prayers . . . and wear clean underwear.
|Sep 16, 2013||
Joseph, a priest, is called. The question is: Is he guilty?
|Sep 07, 2013||
Ever tempted by those misbaving in church—you know, the parents? (Of course, kids can be quite the nuisance, too.) Fr. Joseph ventures where angels, at least priests—even parents, fear to tread!
|Aug 18, 2013||
Ever thought of a sermon while chasing a cigarette-smoking dog named S-s-s-tan out behind a mosque on a Sunday morning? (Well, Fr Joseph is not sure he has either.)
|Jul 24, 2013||
Fr Joseph slips into something a little less comfortable, but it's what everyone wears in the Kingdom!
|Jul 05, 2013||
From Waiters to Ask Abouna, from Cups to Taylor the Latte Boy, from Living Water to Green Eggs & Ham . . . it must be Camp St Raphael "live" from Wagoner, Oklahoma! YaBoy!
|Jun 23, 2013||
What does John the Baptist have in common with bees, mead, honey and moons—even honeymoons? Fr. Joseph fills in the details and answers the question: If Zacharias and Elizabeth knew then what they know now, would they have gone through with it all?
|Apr 15, 2013||
Fr. Joseph presents a snip of material that he and Steve Robinson are working on at the St George Cathedral (Wichita) men's retreat in Victoria, Kansas.
|Apr 01, 2013||
This is really not a sermon about so-called same-sex unions. Really, it's not.
|Mar 02, 2013||
Fr. Danislav Gregorio returns to the Orthodixie podcast to hawk his new country music CD. (WARNING: You have been warned.)
|Feb 09, 2013||
Emerging from a long hiatus, Fr Joseph comes out of the closet (!) and runs into a bus full of bullies.
|Jul 15, 2012||
Fr. Joseph entertains questions from young people at Camp St. Raphael—proving, Darwin's Theory notwithstanding, that the more things change, the more they remain the same.
|Jul 10, 2012||
Fr. Joseph took his recorder to Camp only to find that it . . . aged him? Er, the campers' songs aged him? Maybe he took his recorder—and his age—to camp? Anyway, the podcast is new and he is old. (But, he's not the oldest.) Here's an audio snapshot of Camp St. Raphael, Session One, Diocese of Wichita and Mid-America.
|Mar 31, 2012||
Fr. Joseph was with Fr John Salem and the good folks at St Elijah Antiochian Orthodox Church, Oklahoma City, the fourth week of Lent. Here's a short excerpt from the two-day retreat.
|Mar 13, 2012||
Recorded live at All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church in St Paul, Alberta, Canada. Fr. Joseph confesses that, for him, fasting from food ain't the problem.
|Jan 17, 2012||
What caused the Steelers' dynasty in the seventies? (Of course it was Fr. Joseph.) What caused 35,000 folks to pray the "Our Father" in a football stadium? (Of course it was the Supreme Court.) Tim Tebow caused quite a stir in the NFL. (Only the Perfect makes perfect.) And Fr. Joseph takes a bow (but how do you say "hiatus"?).
|Dec 30, 2011||
Fr Joseph looks back on the past year and is thankful that the basketball does not determine the wife; that space aliens did not kill him; that Fr Danislav is not a weekly guest; that Elton John and Lady Gaga were not singing in church at Pascha; that kids go to Camp; and, especially, that God forgives sinners (and fools). Thank for your support!
|Dec 19, 2011||
Fr. Joseph recalls picking up a homeless Santa who helps the homeless (even grumpy clergy on their way home).
|Dec 10, 2011||
Fr. Joseph bumps into Mariah, the Grinch, and the Boston Pops, as he beats up a camera man, a mother, and a child—all in the name of "winter."
|Nov 25, 2011||
From a retreat given in an historic Southern City featuring song snips from Johnny Rivers, William Warfield, and Paul Simon (just to name a few).
|Nov 17, 2011||
A 3-year-old Thanksgiving "tradition": The Eighth Ecumenical Campfire—and contest. This year's contest winners will receive the new book by Fr. Michael Keiser titled Spread the Word: Reclaiming the Apostolic Tradition of Evangelism. Tune in to this encore episode for details.
|Nov 10, 2011||
Fr. Joseph offers a brief meditation on the beauty of fallen creatures—at least in His eyes!
|Oct 24, 2011||
What's an Orthodox Christian to do on Halloween?
|Oct 10, 2011||
Fr. Joseph travels to Pennsylvania to deliver a series of talks based on the Didache. In this episode, excerpts from two OCA parishes: Holy Cross, Williamsport, and Christ the Saviour, Harrisburg.
|Sep 29, 2011||
Fr. Joseph was part of a delegation that traveled to Syria, September 13-18, 2011, on a fact-finding mission, especially regarding the three million Christians in that country. This episode of the Orthodixie podcast includes the one question he asked Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, as well as other observations.
|Sep 21, 2011||
What's the difference between Orthodox Christians' participation on the internet and, say, secular scoundrels? Sometimes, it seems, not much. In this encore episode, Fr. Joseph admits that his foot has been been in his mouth but his tongue is still in his cheek. in other words: "Let's be careful out there!"
|Sep 09, 2011||
Fr Joseph—in his previous life—rolled yards, bent forks, painted water towers, and was, on more than one occasion, killed by his father. (Some of which is actually true.) In the end, hats off to fear!
|Aug 31, 2011||
With the recent falling asleep of Archbishop DMITRI of the Orthodox Church in America, Fr Joseph was reminded of the many occasions in his presence—especially the one concerning his feet and His Eminence, which is included in this repeat episode. (Fr Joseph writes: "Forgive me; it’s silly really—obviously an attempt at humor by a fool. But even a fool can recognize the truth of . . . clay feet.")
|Aug 18, 2011||
From Bert and Ernie to parents, kids, and a pope—Fr Joseph talks about the struggles and the goal of sexuality in part two of this two-part series.
|Aug 07, 2011||
What do you say when a ten-year-old says, "My best friend is gay"? How 'bout cartoon friends, can they be gay? Fr. Joseph wades in where even Elmer Fudd dares tread in this first episode of a two part series on . . . well, you know what the topic is.
|Jul 21, 2011||
Fr. Danislav Gregorio visits the Orthodixie studio to plug his latest publishing efforts, a series of Great Books that cover bachelor fasting, Orthodox evangelism, patience, and mindless middle-aged mishaps (among other things—perhaps even the most important thing).
|Jul 06, 2011||
Fr Joseph offers an "audio snapshot" of life at Camp St Raphael - 2011, Session One. (Oh, and for him to hear it, that fat lady will need to sing a little louder.)
|Jun 25, 2011||
Kiss the bride ... check! Walk the aisle ... check! Enjoy the honeymoon ... check! (Then what?) Pulling an episode from the "Best Of" files, Fr. Joseph discusses the ch-ch-changes that come with love and marriage. (Just for fun, see if you can identify all of the songs used in this oldie but goodie.)
|Jun 20, 2011||
Fr Joseph is lost. Perhaps you are, too? Great. Salvation loves company! A 2008 rerun about recalculating. Keep coming back!
|Jun 06, 2011||
Studies show that no matter how many people get on an elevator, riders move around to allow the same amount of space between themselves and each of the others. Some elevator riders stare at the numbers, some continue conversations, and others start superficial ones. Uh oh, someone just asked about Orthodoxy! You've got about 30 seconds (and a $100 prize riding on it); what do you say?
|May 27, 2011||
It always comes on a Thursday and, after a familiar dialogue of forty days, it always leaves one speechless (so to speak). In this episode from 2007, Fr. Joseph looks at the "Hi's" and "Hello's" of the Feasts.
|May 16, 2011||
Fr. Joseph speaks at the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Denver's Clergy-Laity Conference, hosted by St George Greek Orthodox Church, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (He was going to title the talk "What Does a Greek Look Like?"—but then again, what DOES a Greek look like?)
|May 04, 2011||
Everyone from Nero to Kissinger to Osama to GaGa has been believed to be the Antichrist. The weekly Bible study group at St. Joseph Church, Houston, is about to learn from—I mean, of—another one.
|Apr 23, 2011||
From clerical collar-wearing altar boys to (apparently) Alice Cooper and KISS attending the Paschal Matins -- Oh, and you've never heard the Good News till you've heard it read in German, with a Japanese twist and a Southern accent. (In this "blast from the past," Fr. Joseph even describes how to get one's choir-directing wife to "do her job" only 48 hours after giving birth!)
|Apr 17, 2011||
A silly visit from the "Easter Bunny" leads to a serious exposé of "Spring Celebration Customs," the bunny basket, and the Pascha basket—even red eggs—in this timely encore episode.
|Apr 07, 2011||
In the last episode, Fr. Joseph encountered a little green church elf, Elton John, Lady GaGa, Archie Bunker, and Buzz Lightyear in pajamas. In this concluding episode, he tries to make sense of it all (with the help of Ol' Scratch).
|Mar 26, 2011||
Due to a knock on the noggin, Fr. Joseph finds himself fast-forwarding toward Pascha and holding hands with a green elf at midnight in a church where everybody is clothed in their pajamas and the iconostasis has been replaced with ... dirty laundry?
|Mar 17, 2011||
Due to circumstances beyond his control, Fr. Joseph recorded this podcast from his bathroom. This is a true statement and has nothing to do with the title of this episode (which, thanks to St. Paul, includes a bad word seldom uttered politely).
|Mar 05, 2011||
Fr. Joseph revisits "The Tonight Show" and dreams of hosting, guesting and side-kicking (featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Conan O'Brien, Carnac the Magnorfodox, David of Wales, Red Skelton, "the world's greatest grape catcher" and more)!
|Feb 26, 2011||
There is perfect freedom in Christ, but when it comes to the church: don't cross your legs, leave your crumbs, or even bring your gum! Fr Joseph rehearses a few of the dos and don'ts of temple worship.
|Feb 17, 2011||
From handling serpents rightly to singing services wrongly—not to mention girl crushes, bike crashes, and the lack of clairvoyance—the clergy of the Diocese of Wichita and Mid-America have tales to tell.
|Feb 04, 2011||
Fr. Joseph reads a few of his own obits—just don't say he "died" on the radio.
|Jan 28, 2011||
Fr Joseph ventures into the chaos of mass house blessings with the Sign of the Cross, two Shaun Cassidy fans, and one former Exorcist!
|Jan 14, 2011||
A chubby tween grows into the full stature of a backyard basketball hot dog, while his skinny friend perfects flawless boredom at the free throw line; and an upcoming Orthodox Education Webinar to boot!
|Dec 30, 2010||
With the New Year 2011, Fr Joseph looks back at some stranger moments of 2010 on the Orthodixie Podcast. (It all began when he went bar hopping with Jesus.)
|Dec 23, 2010||
The entries are in, the votes have been tallied—thanks to all who participated! We have three "winners"—Erin, Alex, and Adam—a kid's story, and some kids telling stories.
|Dec 16, 2010||
The audio version of the book, "We Came, We Saw, We Converted: The Lighter Side of Orthodoxy in America" is the perfect gift for that special someone (you know, the one who's hard to buy for, and you might as well get them something for free!). Fr. Joseph is giving away free copies to those who send him their funniest Christmas Story—listen closely to this encore (re-gifted?) episode, "The Ghost of Past Christmas Presents" for details on how to win your free audio book download!
|Dec 10, 2010||
Fr. Joseph picks up "Santa"—only to discover that this Jolly Ol' Elf is packing heat and on a mission (from God).
|Nov 29, 2010||
Fr. Joseph solicited podcast ideas with the premise: "A priest, married with children, quits -- just walks away from the ministry. Why?" Some answers may surprise you. (By the way, how do we Orthodox define crazy?)
|Nov 24, 2010||
Last year's "listener supported" Thanksgiving podcast featured a Roman Catholic priest, two Orthodox clergymen, a Baptist boy and an Episcopalian gal, and a Greek layman, who—unexpectedly—shared a Thanksgiving campfire. Here are the combined episodes, slightly edited; stay tuned for details regarding this year's contest at episode's end!
|Nov 12, 2010||
Fr. Joseph manages to connect grandma with KISS, mama with a dirty slugger, catgut with a knee bone, wrestling with a loser, and God Himself with bending the rules -- all in under 12 minutes! (This episode is taken from the new audio version of "We Came, We Saw, We Converted: The Lighter Side of Orthodoxy in America", available from Conciliar Press.)
|Nov 05, 2010||
Since it is well known that he is a priest from the "Old Country," Fr. Joseph may want to be careful about offending the Farmer in the Dell or Mr. MacDonald. (This is Part 2, from Christ the Savior Church, Chicago.)
|Oct 29, 2010||
Can you imagine for a moment that all this revealed religion stuff is really, really real? Imagine, if you will, the Theotokos pondering things, like: Where is Christ the Savior? Fr. Joseph imagines and ponders his way toward answers in Part One of this special episode, "live" and edited, from Christ the Savior church in the Windy City.
|Oct 20, 2010||
The number of Orthodox Christians in America is greatly inflated in a recent survey; an anonymous Orthodox comments on a Christian caterpillar; and a Muslim converts to Christianity thanks to antidoron -- all this and more as Fr. Joseph reads letters from AFR listeners.
|Oct 08, 2010||
From childhood to adulthood to parenting -- even death -- Goodbyes aren't easy. Fr. Joseph tries to understand Goodbye with the help of his parents, his brother, three Evangelists and ... Brad Paisley?
|Oct 01, 2010||
As Fr. Joseph leaves St. George Church and heads west to St. Joseph's, he muses on past "Sons of St. George" and wonders if there really ever was a "Redneck in Ramallah."
|Sep 21, 2010||
Fr. Joseph's displeasure with Stephen Hawking's recent statement about God not being necessary for Creation is akin to his dislike of sweet red BBQ sauce. Though this episode "tilts," only the obnoxious virtual gobbler succumbs to gravity (if there is such a force, that is).
|Sep 09, 2010||
Did you ever try to find something even remotely Orthodox in your local superstore, gift shop, or bible book store? Chances are, you'll find all manner of things purporting to be spiritual, religious, new-fangled and Christian -- though nary even a wall calendar reflecting the Ancient Faith. Besides, what should you do when you do find one?
|Sep 03, 2010||
Here's a very serious interview of a known-to-be-funny man; Fr. Joseph quizzes his "boss," Fr. John Salem, on the high calling of the priesthood.
|Aug 27, 2010||
Fr. Joseph interviews two Deacons of the Church – both hailing from, ahem, the “Old Country” – that is, one was reared in middle Tennessee and the other was born and raised in the hills of West Virginia [rimshot]. Enjoy!
|Aug 19, 2010||
This episode is taken from the forthcoming audio book version of "We Came, We Saw, We Converted." Fr. Joseph answers letters from AFR listeners which include: annoying Orthodox phrases, wicked political emails, Palestine, women's ordination and Waffle House.
|Aug 08, 2010||
(Fr. Joseph dedicates this program to the memory of Fr. Matthew MacKay, who would have appreciated the humor—he hopes.) This week the Orthodixie podcast catches up with the author of An Empty Church is a Peaceful Church, Fr. Danislav Gregorio, about his new book, Speedy Sacraments for Liturgical Losers.
|Jul 28, 2010||
Here's a remastered version of Fr Joseph's interview with Fr. Danislav Gregorio, author of the book, An Empty Church is a Peaceful Church, taken from the forthcoming audio book version of We Came, We Saw, We Converted.
|Jul 23, 2010||
Fr. Joseph interviews the Development Director, Presbytera Shyla Hadzellis and her husband, Fr. Nicholas, about OCF and their presence at the recent GOA Clergy-Laity Congress held in Atlanta, Georgia.
|Jul 13, 2010||
Fr. Joseph Huneycutt was blessed to attend the second session of Camp St Raphael 2010 -- YaBoy! Enjoy this musical snapshot!
|Jul 02, 2010||
On a summer's day thirty years ago, three college kids set out on rafts for an 8-hour tour. But it was the punctured egos (more so than a raft's hole) that owe thanks to the Wolf River.
|Jun 21, 2010||
On this special edition of the Orthodixie Podcast, Fr. Joseph interviews the author of the new Conciliar Press book Aidan's Song: A Year in the Life of a Parish Priest. The book has been compared to the "Far Side" cartoon and the TV show Married With Children—but nothing quite compares to Fr. Aidan Wilcoxson's singing a rather surprising number on this very podcast. Aidan's Song is an insightful, moving, and often hilarious personal snapshot of a year in the life of a parish priest. Enjoy!
|Jun 09, 2010||
What's the difference between Orthodox Christians' participation on the Internet and, say, secular scoundrels? Sometimes, it seems, not much. Fr. Joseph admits his foot's been in his mouth but his tongue's still in his cheek; in other words: "Let's be careful out there!"
|May 28, 2010||
As many of you know, an historic gathering took place this past week in New York City: All of the Canonical Orthodox Bishops (at least a goodly number of them) met to discuss matters which pertain to the Church in the Americas. The Orthodixie Podcast had a Man on the Street for the proceedings but, as this podcast is only updated about once a week,some of the information you are about to hear may seem contrary to other reports, or it may be a bit dated, or, frankly, it may be flat out untrue. (But have fun identifying the snippets of music in the podcast.)
|May 20, 2010||
Is it Real—or is it My Big Ol' Hairy Godmother? That's the question that hits a depressed Fr Joseph as he faces up to Change, and he tries to get up ... in anticipation of falling again.
|May 17, 2010||
Fr. Joseph, in this Sunday morning sermon, announces the pending changes to the worship services of St. George, Houston. Well, kinda ...
|Apr 29, 2010||
Fr. Joseph's not much of a movie buff, but he was recently "blindsided" in Syria. This special 30-minute episode details his recent pilgrimage to Syria, and a certain "Paul" whom he kept bumping into while there. You'll need to listen all the way to the end to discover the answer to a question he's now asked: "Why did you go to Syria?"
|Apr 17, 2010||
An all points bulletin has just issued: "There's an Orthodox White Boy in Syria!" (But, while Fr Joseph's away, we hope you'll enjoy this episode from the "Best Of" archives.)
|Apr 09, 2010||
Fr. Joseph revisits the Lenten Superlative Awards, Bright Week and the remainder of the Feast (someone needs to tell him that—although meat, dairy, and cheese are now allowed—singing is not required).
|Apr 04, 2010||
From clerical-collar-wearing altar boys, to postpartum Paschal choir directors, to (apparently) Alice Cooper and KISS attending the Paschal Matins ... Fr. Joseph's seen it all. And you've never heard the Good News till you've heard it read in German, with a Japanese twist, and a Southern accent.
|Mar 25, 2010||
Recently, Fr Joseph had the good fortune to enjoy some warm spring days in the Northeast at St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, where he spent the weekend teaching, preaching, and hanging out with some wonderful young people at what's known as The Kids' Cafe.
|Mar 13, 2010||
What's the difference between Purple People and White People? Oh, and what's eating the Orthodox these days? (It's memory lane with bases loaded; for some, Lent can't end soon enough.)
|Mar 04, 2010||
Fr. Joseph visits The Tonight Show—really!—and dreams of hosting, guesting and side-kicking (featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Conan O'Brien, Carnac the Magnorfodox, David of Wales, Red Skelton, "the world's greatest grape catcher," and more)!
|Feb 25, 2010||
Suffering from a case of Lenten white boy funk, Fr Joseph revisits the Orthodox Urgent Care Hospital. (He also promises next week's podcast will be on The Tonight Show!)
|Feb 16, 2010||
First it was "live podding," then the dread, the guilt and the heavens were separated from the earth (which, naturally, led to a parody of the theme song from "Green Acres"). Clean Monday blows through quickly; pigs don't fly, but kites do (and don't miss Fr. Joseph's fun outtakes at the very end).
|Feb 02, 2010||
In this special edition of Orthodixie, John Maddex interviews Fr. Joseph about his new Conciliar Press book, We Came, We Saw, We Converted.
|Jan 29, 2010||
Fr. Joseph gets lost in Houston, loses his wallet in the airport and becomes invisible at stop lights -- all from Dallas, Texas.
|Jan 19, 2010||
Fr. Joseph recounts the expelling of demons from the home of a parishioner. (Kinda, sorta.) "More at eleven ..."
|Jan 08, 2010||
Fr. Joseph reads a creative letter from the Orthodixie Mailbag. It's not what it seems. Or, is it?
|Dec 29, 2009||
Fr. Joseph looks back on 2009 episodes of the Orthodixie podcast (and can't believe he didn't get fired) and looks forward to more jabs at American Orthodoxy in 2010.
|Dec 23, 2009||
A vision of Brett Favre, along with the surprise of a Pittsburgh Steeler, join Fr. Joseph (a husky seventh grade boy) on the playing field of ... priestly ministry.
|Dec 17, 2009||
The words: soteriology, hesychasm, and vlachos were spoken recently in Beaumont, Texas—not to mention so-dzo, so-dzentai, huneycutt, and so-dzenestitai. (Most holy Theotokos, save us!)
|Dec 09, 2009||
A blatantly commercial message for Fr. Joseph Huneycutt's new book, "We Came, We Saw, We Converted" (Conciliar Press). It's a humorous look at a book that takes a humorous look at Orthodoxy. But what else would you expect from the Orthodixie?
|Dec 03, 2009||
Just a few more weeks until the Nativity feast. With the fast, the shopping, the preparations ... how are you doing? Let us prepare? Yes. But regardless of how prepared we are, let us be thankful.
|Nov 23, 2009||
In our last episode: a Roman Catholic priest, two Orthodox clergymen, a Baptist boy and an Episcopalian gal, along with a Greek layman—unexpectedly—share a Thanksgiving campfire. In the end, Fr Joseph asked: "What do you think happens?" This week, an answer (provided almost entirely from AFR listeners).
|Nov 17, 2009||
A Roman Catholic priest, two Orthodox clergymen, a Baptist boy and an Episcopalian gal, along with a Greek layman—unexpectedly—share a Thanksgiving campfire. What do you think happens?
|Nov 07, 2009||
It's not often that one gets scalped by a Christian, rarer still is when a priest willingly airs his failures (of "Biblical proportion"). Protestants may cheer this episode as much as the Orthodox, but with both sides on differing sides. This episode of the Orthodixie podcast eavesdrops on some arguments concerning Scripture and Tradition at St Michael's in Beaumont, Texas.
|Oct 31, 2009||
The recent announcement by Pope Benedict of the formation of "a special provision for Anglicans, including married clergy" to come home to Rome got Fr Joseph wondering about his own journey and what he, and they, believe. He agrees with the pope!
|Oct 23, 2009||
When is a bishop like an old shoe? A comfortable shoe? A GPS? Alas, there may come a time when you have to check with Johnston and Murphy on such things.
|Oct 15, 2009||
Actions speak louder than words. Some words acquire different meanings depending on context. And love, well, love changes everything. But ...
|Oct 07, 2009||
What's a Christian look like? It's all Greek to me! In this episode, Fr Joseph gets schooled by an imagined janitor, a native Houstonian, and a real nun.
|Sep 24, 2009||
At a 1,500 year "disadvantage" -- Aarr! -- St. Anthony the Great missed out on International Talk Like a Pirate Day. But, Fr. Joseph imagines what the desert dwelling Father might have said to disciples of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.
|Sep 14, 2009||
Did you ever try to find something even remotely Orthodox in your local superstore, gift shop, or bible book store? Chances are, you'll find all manner of things purporting to be spiritual, religious, new-fangled and Christian -- though nary even a wall calendar reflecting the Ancient Faith. Besides, what should you do when you do find one?
|Sep 07, 2009||
What do you do when God ain't good enough? Now that's a softball question! In this week's episode, Fr. Joseph is still looking for that softball.
|Aug 25, 2009||
With the help of a prophecy of the fourth or fifth or fourteenth -- or fifteenth -- century, one thing's for certain: We are one day closer to the End of Time today than we were yesterday. But, in this 19th, oops, 20th, er, 21st century ... who's counting? In this episode Fr Joseph has a "come to Jesus meeting" with a modern day self-proclaimed "relevant prophet" in the hills of East Tennessee.
|Aug 15, 2009||
Whether it was the invite to his 30-year high school reunion, or the fantasy that he was losing his hearing, one thing's for certain: Nothing clears Disco like an oil change. Fr Joseph reminisces about the dance floor—whilst lying on the floor—at Jiffy Lube®.
|Jul 31, 2009||
Father Joseph talks about possible titles for his forthcoming book: a humorous look at Orthodoxy in America. NOTE: For those keeping score, during the course of this podcast the following words will be mentioned: sycophant, bishops, titles, convivial, cult and Antiochian.
|Jul 21, 2009||
What does it mean to have a discipline of prayer? In this encore presentation, Fr. Joseph helps us understand and introduces a helpful resource: Visit the St Philip's Prayer Discipline website at: www.stphilipsprayerdiscipline.org.
|Jul 14, 2009||
In this encore presentation, Fr. Joseph takes a trip in the time machine and travels back to the 4th Century (with a brief musical stop in the 1970s).
|Jul 06, 2009||
Fr. Joseph, or someone who looked a lot like him, ruins his morning by saying "Good Morning" to a beggar. (Or was it the other way around?)
|Jun 25, 2009||
Fr. Joseph interviews Fr. Matthew MacKay and Fr. Richard Petranek, both American Converts, about their recent mission trip to Syria, their meeting with the Patriarch, the holy sites, Syrian hospitality and a hospital where it can be said of the doctor, "Father knows best."
|Jun 20, 2009||
Fr. Joseph sets out on a new path, complete with a new call-in Radio Talk Show. The topic is "evangelism" and callers from around the country, even some a little closer to home, offer ideas. (But, pssssssst, have you heard the latest gossip?) Tune in now!
|Jun 08, 2009||
Fr. Joseph revisits a previous podcast -- with a bit of an update: He's got some CDs to give away from the group The SmallTown Heroes. You'll hear a bit about them in this week's episode, but be sure to listen for details at podcast's end for how to receive your FREE copy of their new CD, Lo, the Hard Times. Enjoy!
|May 30, 2009||
Love is in the air ... goin' to the chapel and we're gonna ... take out the papers and the trash ... you may kiss the ... love stinks!? The missing parts, and the glue that holds it all together, may be found in Fr. Joseph's ode to the big event of summer.
|May 21, 2009||
It's not easy when a man "gives birth". The struggle is magnified when Daddy plays Stay-At-Home. This week, Fr Joseph tackles both issues ... like a man.
|May 13, 2009||
In this encore presentation, Fr. Joseph tells of his visit to a psychiatrist and his annual struggle with the Guess Who.
|May 06, 2009||
Though a touchy, even ticklish, subject; a Birkenstock wearing podcaster puts his best foot forward on priests' little piggies, hierarchical hokey pokey and a shoe shine with Sheen.
|Apr 27, 2009||
Fr Joseph weighs in on the complications involving the simple proclamation "Christ is Risen!" and its various responses... such as "Yee-Haaw!"
|Apr 20, 2009||
In this short commentary, Fr Joseph finds himself strapped to a chair, under bright lights, and being interrogated until he is rescued by ... Jackson Browne?
|Apr 12, 2009||
Thank God Lent's over! As we journey through Holy Week to the Great Feast of Feasts, Pascha, let's listen in on some more of the retreat -- including PALE GAS -- which took place just north of the border in El Paso, Texas.
|Apr 06, 2009||
As we head toward the end of the Lent and the beginning of Holy Week, Fr Joseph begins a series based on the book "Defeating Sin- Overcoming Our Passions and Changing Forever" -- taken from a retreat hosted by St George Church in El Paso, Texas.
|Mar 30, 2009||
In this rebroadcast, Fr Joseph answers letters about the Fast -- most of them dealing with the unpronounceable ************ (or EIEIO).
|Mar 21, 2009||
Things aren't always as they seem and injuries, not to mention distractions, plague us even in church. In the end, Fr Joseph, though day dreaming for the most part, realizes a cure.
|Mar 10, 2009||
On the Sunday of Orthodoxy, Fr. Joseph and long-time friend Fr. Chad Hatfield, Chancellor of St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, chat about things old, things new, the Church's missiology -- and Nashotah House, too.
|Mar 01, 2009||
With the advent of the Great Fast—Lent—Fr Joseph takes a serious look at a familiar prayer written by St. Ephraim the Syrian in the 4th century. St. Ephraim's prayer is a regular part of the Orthodox Christian's prayer "diet" during the Great Fast of Lent. It may also be said throughout the year as part of one's prayer rule. This Lenten meditation is taken from the book Defeating Sin: Overcoming Our Passions and Changing Forever (published by Regina Orthodox Press).
|Feb 20, 2009||
The night before a Sunday sermon can be fraught with fear and struggle for many a priest. But, of your charity, if you see me walking on water ... help me back into the boat!
|Feb 08, 2009||
Orthodoxy is often called "America's Best Kept Secret," but what would it look like if it was embraced by all -- including "the world"? In this encore presentation, Fr. Joseph shows us.
|Jan 31, 2009||
Fr. Joseph believes this episode will not end until everyone is offended (or should be).
|Jan 24, 2009||
Thanks to a superb pair of handlers/chauffeurs, Fr. Joseph goes a house blessin' in Houston.
|Jan 17, 2009||
With help from his daughter, Fr. Joseph tries to stay on pitch while singing Dan Idzikowski's "Superchristological and Homoousiosis".
|Jan 08, 2009||
"These days, Orthodox Christianity is becoming known on the highways and byways, even in the hills and the hollers. But let's not get lazy. Let's not squander this opportunity." Fr. Joseph thinks everyone should have the opportunity to hear about -- even come home to -- the True Faith (and click here to visit the SmallTown Heroes he speaks about at their web site).
|Dec 27, 2008||
Tackling the differences among the Gregorian, Julian, and Appalachian Calendars concerning the date of Christmas is nothing new -- and can be quite the tongue twister.
|Dec 19, 2008||
In this encore presentation, Fr. Joseph sets out on a search for the Baby Jesus.
|Dec 13, 2008||
What do Charles Dickens, Buzz Lightyear, Vladimir Lossky, the Carolina Panthers, the Baltimore Colts, Angels, Shepherds, George Frideric Handel and Kawasaki all have in common? Surely to goodness nothing but this podcast! Fr Joseph is visited by another "ghost."
|Dec 06, 2008||
Fr. Joseph joins Sir Paul McCartney, Alvin Chipmunk, José Feliciano and other Wailers in a journey down memory lane -- eschewing the worldly sounds of the season for some really bad (ghostly) percussion moments. Are you prepared?
|Dec 01, 2008||
In this encore presentation, Fr. Joseph talks to us about Santa Claus and his sons—and his own—imagination.
|Nov 22, 2008||
Nothing excites a priest quite like a Bishop's visit, and you just never know what a Bishop might say. For instance, how would you answer the question: "Will there be only Christians in heaven?"
|Nov 15, 2008||
What does a root canal, a story from Greek mythology and the OCA have in common?
|Nov 08, 2008||
This week, Fr Joseph answers questions from AFR listeners. Topics include: annoying Orthodox phrases, wicked political emails, Palestine, women's ordination, and Waffle House.
|Nov 02, 2008||
What time is it anyway? In this classic podcast from the last time we set our clocks back, Fr. Joseph reflects on our obsession with time as a culture and the impact it has on our priorities.
|Oct 25, 2008||
Fr. Joseph delivers a brief newscast (sponsored by e-Hierarchy.com®) featuring Orthodox stories from around the country including this week's Person of the Week.
|Oct 11, 2008||
Has the latest news about the election, international struggles and the economy got you down? Well, take heart and fear not -- for the frost, my friends, is on the pumpkin!
|Oct 05, 2008||
From rumors and whispering campaigns, to flattery and praise, the Church is able to weather any storm. However, the temptations may prove too much for the fair-weather (or even the foul-weather) faithful laity and clergy. In this episode, Fr. Joseph meets Mr. B. Al "Buba" Zeebop and his devilish operation.
|Sep 28, 2008||
Interviews and arguments, struggles and slogans, one thing's certain: Orthodoxy ain't easy -- and that's no small thing. Or, is it?
|Sep 17, 2008||
This week's episode, not nearly as exciting as visuals of a major hurricane slamming a major city, is a personal reflection on former Houston guests: Gustav, Katrina, Ike and Rita.
|Sep 06, 2008||
While "rugged individualism" may be a cultural trait, it sure won't save you; and although blindness is a serious handicap, Converts may insist on being in the driver's seat. Whether we want it or not, American Orthodox Converts need help.
|Aug 30, 2008||
We've all heard "Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous." Fr. Joseph finds that hard to believe. Then again, some things which are hard to explain serve as cures for our unbelief. Is that by coincidence?
|Aug 23, 2008||
Icon Corners can be like a family scrapbook -- and, God willing, vice versa. While moving the family prayer corner, Fr. Joseph remembers prayers answered through the intercessions of the Saints.
|Aug 18, 2008||
This week's podcast features snippets from "The Newlywed Game" taken from a Couples Retreat at St Joseph Antiochian Orthodox Church in Houston, Texas.
|Aug 10, 2008||
From Oral Roberts to Black Oak Arkansas, strange things happen. Whoa! There goes Uncle Ernie runnin' 'round the church! Then, there's bread and wine. Oh, you'll just have to listen (no interpretation necessary).
|Aug 02, 2008||
Listen to this exclusive encore "interview" with the author of a book (wink, wink) on proper church etiquette.
|Jul 26, 2008||
You know how strange dreams can be when you're not sleeping in your own bed? Well, this one ranks up there with the strangest. But, Fr. Joseph has a very practical application in this "Best Of" Orthodixie podcast.
|Jul 19, 2008||
Is there virtue in being lost? Not exactly. Then again, being found is only worthy when the Finder is the Hound that loves you. Fr. Joseph's sense of direction is a little different (i.e., nonexistent). Truth is, most of the time, he doesn't know where he is.
|Jul 13, 2008||
Fr. John Monto joins Fr. Joseph Huneycutt for a week at Camp St Raphael. This week's podcast offers an audio snapshot -- including the soon-to-be-classic "DOWAMA Don't Let Your Campers Grow Up to be Clergy" and the new smash hit, "Gotta Go To Camp Now." Enjoy!
|Jul 05, 2008||
Fr. Joseph is away at Camp St. Raphael -- YaBoy! -- this week. He took his AFR mic with him and promises an interview with Big Foot next week ... that is, if the Mama Eater doesn't get him first. Until then, enjoy this week's rebroadcast! (Oh, and pray for Orthodox campers & staff.)
|Jun 28, 2008||
Actions speak louder than words. Some words acquire different meanings depending on context. And love, well, love changes everything. But ...
|Jun 21, 2008||
What do you get when you mix the language and culture of the South with the long and rich heritage of the "Old Country?" Get ready to smile in this encore presentation!
|Jun 14, 2008||
In the third and final episode of Ortho-Man, Fr. Joseph is led down a dark hallway by a mysterious stranger who reveals to him the similarities of Underdog, Batman, Pink Panther, Indiana Jones, Buzz Lightyear and ... Ortho-Man.
|Jun 07, 2008||
In this week's Ortho-Man sequel, Fr. Joseph can't understand the movie, gets knocked out, smells garlic, dreams of Popeye, quotes St Nicholai of Zica and ponders the mysterious identity of Psssst Man.
|May 31, 2008||
Due to some pretty sweet connections, Fr. Joseph is allowed a peek at the upcoming summer blockbuster, ORTHO-MAN! Is there a role for Acrivia Man? Economia Man? What would an Orthodox superhero wear? Was Popeye Greek Orthodox? Some answers, and some questions begging your help, all in this week's podcast.
|May 24, 2008||
Fr. Joseph tells of his recent visit to a psychiatrist and his annual struggle with The Guess Who.
|May 17, 2008||
Fr. Joseph recounts holding Easter colored chicks... holding a BB gun, his eye on a sparrow... and later, standing outside in the rain wearing a ball cap, oven mitts and holding a napkin-covered lacrosse stick, chanting, "Here birdie, birdie, birdie." Yes, this week's podcast is for the birds.
|May 10, 2008||
Fr. Joseph tackles the subject of "place" -- where we come from and where we're headed. Your departed mom, your dad, sister, brother or spouse: they are on that mysterious journey. It’s only a better place if Love is there … let’s pray that includes all of us.
|May 03, 2008||
Fr. Joseph encounters Bible floppers, hip-hoppers, and mountain toppers in his quest to discover ... What It Takes.
|Apr 27, 2008||
Fr. Joseph reports on this year’s Lenten Superlative Awards Banquet at St. Kismet in Gethsemane Falls. Last year’s gala saw a total of 13 awards being presented to the best and worst participants in the Great Fast. This year's big celeb is, ahem, a no brainer!
|Apr 19, 2008||
So tell us, Father Joseph—just how did the Resurrection of our Lord get mixed up with bunnies, chocolate, and eggs?
|Apr 12, 2008||
Fr. Joseph's way of saying, "Pardon me while I slip into something a little more... serious."
|Apr 05, 2008||
Letters have been pouring into the Orthodixie headquarters over the past week, many of them dealing with what can only be said and not written. You’ve all no doubt heard it, it is pronounced ******** (or EIEIO). Fr Joseph tries to allay fears [of EIEIO] while assuring us that "this, too, shall pass."
|Mar 29, 2008||
Fr Joseph quotes Chicago, Kevorkian, Ben Franklin, St Paul and Hallmark in making a case for April Fools.
|Mar 22, 2008||
Much like the pains of labor endured by a mother bearing a child, sometimes our journey back to healing is a painful one. And yet, the joy that comes with the new birth is far greater -- inexplicably greater -- than that which our cold heart endured. In the meantime, we must begin where we are.
|Mar 16, 2008||
Fr Joseph, struggling toward humility in the first week of the Fast, tells of his first visit to Fasters Anonymous... and their curious theme song.
|Mar 08, 2008||
Fr Joseph reveals one of his Lenten pet peeves: “Do the best you can.” Do the best you can? Now brothers and sisters, that’s a recipe for failure. Heck, sinner that I am, the best I can is what has got me to where I am! We don’t give an inexperienced bunch of players a ball – with no practice whatsoever – and say, “Okay, it’s game time. Do the best you can.” No. We practice and practice and practice. We fall down, get back up; struggle to do better.
|Mar 01, 2008||
Ladies and gentlemen, prepare yourself, it’s almost that time; time to cue your favorite theme song for the upcoming Lenten Fast! Perhaps the theme song from Star Wars? Or maybe we could sing a fasting song, during this election year, to the tune of "Hail to the Chief?" Then again, there’s always the Beverly Hillbillies ...
|Feb 23, 2008||
This week, Fr Joseph gets real: "The thing about Confession is that it is natural. That is, it is Real. Almost everything else we do with our sin is false and unnatural. We punish ourselves, justify our actions, and hide. Yet, in Confession -- in opening ourselves to God the Light -- we expose the hypocrisy of our double life. In truth, we've been living a lie. Without Confession, Absolution, and Reconciliation we live a lie before God and Man as if it were Reality. In reality, no one is fooled -- not our neighbor, not ourselves. And, let's be real, certainly not God."
|Feb 16, 2008||
Miss Jane gets a tongue lashing, Mr. Bodine speaks in tongues. Things go dark as Fr. Joseph interviews Dr. Indadark. In the end, lacking the main ingredient, it's all just peas and carrots. Suffice it to say: Love covers a multitude of podcasts.
|Feb 09, 2008||
This week's podcast is taken from the book, "One Flew Over the Onion Dome" – any similarities to your own parish, bishop or jurisdiction is purely intentional. Orthodoxy not available in all states. In your area, it may only be available in a foreign language – in which case, your mileage may vary …
|Feb 02, 2008||
Fr Joseph reviews the rules of life, particularly Murphy's Law and its variants, and and then provides us with a rule we can all live with.
|Jan 26, 2008||
Fr Joseph, with help from Fr Thomas Hopko and Elder Porphyrios, delves into the malady known as Nojoyatall.
|Jan 19, 2008||
No matter what you call your grandparents, go to Church Camp, write home, and beware the Mama Eater.
|Jan 12, 2008||
A brief history of the coffee hour, with some suggestions about how best to use the time as you sip your morning brew!
|Jan 05, 2008||
The Theophany and House Blessings. What happens in the service, in our homes, and in our lives.
|Dec 29, 2007||
Fr. Joseph discusses his introduction to, and the Church's teaching about, St. Joseph the Betrothed.
|Dec 22, 2007||
Every year at this time we reflect upon the true meaning of Christmas. Fr. Huneycutt shows us from Holy Scripture and from the Church Fathers that Christmas is all about .... clothing!
|Dec 15, 2007||
Just a few more days until the Nativity feast. With the fast, the shopping, the preparations....how are you doin'? Let us prepare? Yes. But regardless of how prepared we are, let us be thankful.
|Dec 08, 2007||
Fr. Joseph sets out on a search for the Baby Jesus.
|Dec 01, 2007||
Fr. Joseph talks to us about Santa Claus in his son's—and in his own—imagination.
|Nov 24, 2007||
Today Fr. Joseph answers the questions sent in by listeners on the subject of fasting.
|Nov 16, 2007||
As we begin the Nativity fast, Fr. Joseph has some helpful reminders for us. He's also looking for your questions on fasting - serious, humorous or otherwise. Write him at his email address above.
|Nov 09, 2007||
Listen to this exclusive "interview" with the author of a new (wink, wink) book on proper church etiquette.
|Nov 02, 2007||
What time is it anyway? As we set our clocks back, Fr. Joseph is reflecting on our obsession with time as a culture and the impact it has on our priorities.
|Oct 27, 2007||
It's called the new commandment and the greatest commandment. It is LOVE. And, sometimes, love must trump the rules as Fr. Joseph explains in this week's podcast.
|Oct 19, 2007||
So, what would it look like if suddenly the country was swept up in the popularity of Orthodoxy. Brace yourself for Fr. Joseph's vision!
|Oct 12, 2007||
One does not have to sing well by worldly standards nor even be good looking. Yet, one must raise a loving, cheerful, truthful voice to do justice through creation to the Creator, God.
|Oct 05, 2007||
Today we feature an interview with Fr. Joseph about his brand new book - Defeating Sin: Overcoming Our Passions and Changing Forever
|Sep 29, 2007||
What does it mean to have a discipline of prayer? Fr. Joseph helps us understand and introduces a new and helpful resource. If you are interested after listening, contact him at:
|Sep 22, 2007||
You know how strange dreams can be when you're not sleeping in your own bed? Well this one ranks up there with the strangest but, as usual, Fr. Joseph has a very practical application.
|Sep 14, 2007||
It is only September, but stores are already displaying their Halloween "goods." What are we to make of this holiday as Orthodox Christians?
|Sep 07, 2007||
Take a trip in the time machine with Fr. Joseph and travel back to the 4th Century (with a brief musical stop in the 1970s).
|Sep 01, 2007||
Today, Fr. Joseph is reading his fan mail and coming across some interesting questions!
|Aug 24, 2007||
Be inspired by the phenomenal story of St. Moses the Black: a model for us all no matter the color of our "sin."
|Aug 17, 2007||
Listen as Fr. Joseph takes the long journey from Elvis to Church history. You really can get there from here!
|Aug 10, 2007||
Fr. Joseph speaks from hot and muggy Houston about the theology of elevators. Going up?
|Aug 04, 2007||
Who knew they were a protected species? Apparently not St. George!
|Jul 28, 2007||
We all have the tendency of turning a small concern into a full-scale worry.
|Jul 21, 2007||
Children, parents and grandparents - whatever condition we find ourselves in, God knows and understands.
|Jul 14, 2007||
What's in a name? Our names represent our families and we are family through the blood of Christ.
|Jul 06, 2007||
It was only a dream but the lesson is of supreme importance.
|Jun 30, 2007||
Honey, Mead, Old Age and John the Baptist. You'll just have to listen to get the connection.
|Jun 23, 2007||
Honk 40 times if you are Orthodox!
|Jun 14, 2007||
The Great Commission just doesn't apply to us, right?
|Jun 08, 2007||
My age is the right age and it increases annually.
|May 31, 2007||
The legend of Subdeacon Andrew and how to obtain an Orthodox mind.
|May 25, 2007||
Say what? Listen to this whimsical story about book sales, fake creatures and the birth of The Church.
|May 18, 2007||
Christ is Risen and He is Ascended! What can we say? Hallelujah!
|May 11, 2007||
If Christ can make eyeballs out of spit and clay, He can take care of you!
|May 05, 2007||
Fools and their gold are soon parted.
|Apr 28, 2007||
What do you get when you mix the language and culture of the South with the long and rich heritage of the "Old Country?" Get ready to smile!
|Apr 21, 2007||
The legend of Sunshine Boy and his lesson in humility.
|Apr 14, 2007||
You have to listen to get the connection. Hint: Men and Women are just different!
|Apr 07, 2007||
Sometimes we can be just too impressed with our own words.
|Mar 31, 2007||
In some cases a good old fashion paddling is in order. Fr. Joseph explains.
|Mar 24, 2007||
Communication can be difficult given our various places of origin but this particular message from the New Testament was unmistakable.
|Mar 17, 2007||
Fr. Joseph draws from the wisdom of St. Theodore the Studite to help us endure the last half of Great Lent
|Mar 15, 2007||
Fr. Joseph Huneycutt is interviewed about his new podcast on Ancient Faith Radio
|Mar 10, 2007||
Why do Christians display a symbol of death?