16th Annual Ancient Christianity & African-American Conference

16th Annual Ancient Christianity & African-American Conference

June 2009

The theme of the conference was: “Jesus Christ: Joy and Sorrow.” It took place on May 29-31 at the Marten House in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The mission of the Brotherhood of St. Moses the Black is to minister to Americans the gift of Orthodoxy. In an effort to be good stewards of the manifold grace of God (I Peter 4:10), the organization presents an annual conference that targets those who have little exposure to Orthodoxy, as well as the African roots of Orthodoxy. Its vision is to bring Americans closer to Jesus Christ. Ancient Faith Radio and the Brotherhood of St. Moses the Black are happy to provide these lectures for free download and distribution. Share the talks with friends and family.


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  • June 3, 2009
    Matthew Namee is the host of the AFR podcast American Orthodox History. Here he speaks on "Fr. Raphael Morgan: America's First Black Orthodox Priest."
  • June 3, 2009
    Photios Meirthew is a seminarian from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Seminary. Here he speaks about "What Is Sufficient, What Is Insufficient, and What Is Our Response in the Face of Suffering in the World?"
  • June 3, 2009
    Father Paisius Altschul is pastor of St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church in Kansas City, Missouri. Here he speaks on "The Truth of Joy in Sorrow."
  • June 3, 2009
    Mother Katherine is the Superior of the St. Xenia Monastic Community in Indianapolis, Indiana. Here she speaks on "Attachment: The Root of Our Deepest Joys and Sorrows."
  • June 3, 2009
    Fr. Jerome Sanderson is a priest and iconographer at St. John the Barefoot in Nashville, Indiana. Here he speaks on "The Primary Means of Acquiring Spiritual Wealth and the Everlasting Joy of the Lord."

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