Scott Cairns, renowned poet and visiting professor at St. Katherine Orthodox College, explores the similarities and differences between art, vocation, and prayer. Drawing from his own experience as a poet, Cairns describes poetry not primarily as a means of expressing oneself, but as a way of seeing.
In our Divine Liturgy we pray "In peace let us pray to the Lord." We all want peace, but what does it mean to be a peacemaker? Fr. John Oliver continues his series on Intercessory Prayer as the Last Hope for the World.
It was 25 years ago on Feb 8, 1987 that Metropolitan Philip uttered the now famous words "Welcome Home" to the first group of what would be 2000 Evangelicals into the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. Below you can hear Fr. Peter Gillquist tell the story but he is first given a touching introduction by Paul Finley, the Director of Antiochian Village.
On a new Worship in Spirit and Truth, Fr. Thomas Hopko, Dean Emeritus of St. Vladimir's seminary, continues his discussion of the vestments worn by the clergy for the Divine Liturgy, this time addressing the "girding of strength" that is signified by the belt and the cuffs.
In the next episode of Roads from Emmaus, Fr. Andrew Damick says we have become a global society of consumers at the expense of localism, which has real implications for our Christian faith.