December 2016

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

Good Guys Wear Black

Ten Suggestions for Chanters

Fr. Anthony Perkins gives ten suggestions, ranging from practical advice on how to pass the liturgical baton to the need for humility and attentiveness—that will help chanters and singers witness to the peace, harmony, and beauty of God during the Divine Liturgy and other services.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

Pop Culture Coffee Hour

The Lion, the Witch, and the Podcast

Steven Christoforou and Christian Gonzalez take a look at the classic children’s books The Chronicles of Narnia. They discuss transcendence, transformation, and using allegory to point to Christ. They close with their top 5 Narnia characters.

Monday, December 19, 2016

Ex Libris

Garden in the East

Angela Doll Carlson, host of the AFR podcast "The Wilderness Journal," talks about her new Ancient Faith Publishing book Garden in the East: The Spiritual Life of the Body.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

Ex Libris

A Faith Encouraged

On a new "Ex Libris," the podcast of Ancient Faith Publishing, Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. Barnabas Powell, the author of the new AFP book A Faith Encouraged: A Devotional Guide to Being Orthodox on Purpose.

Monday, December 12, 2016

The Wilderness Journal

Advent: The Noetic Fire

As the light of the Nativity comes closer, how does silence fit into the last minute rush for gift buying, baking, caroling, and office parties? In this episode of "The Wilderness Journal," join host Angela Doll Carlson in the second half of her conversation with author Summer Kinard as they talk about Advent, silence, self care, and Amish/Alien romance novels.

Wednesday, December 07, 2016

Healing Addictions

Making Friends With One’s Guardian Angel (the Divine Physician’s Assistant)

Fr. Christophe Lepoutre, the Director of the Fellowship of the Inexhaustible Cup, speaks to us about making friends with our Guardian Angel in the process of healing our addictions.

Thursday, December 01, 2016

No Other Foundation

Blood That Cries

Fr. Lawrence Farley argues that any sensible discussion of the moral legitimacy of capital punishment must center on the Scriptures and the Tradition of the Church, not on one’s subjective feelings.

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