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Fr. Gregory and Kh. Frederica discuss “truth, light, and love,” how they collide with the “passions,” and what to do about it. She will examine Jesus' Plan: tackling the Big Three (prayer, fasting, almsgiving)… and why they are the Big Three. Finally, Kh. Frederica discusses other scriptural practices: communion, confession, study, fellowship, outr…
 
Dr. Mamalakis discusses how we enter into relationships. How much is just instinct and how intentional can we be? What works and what doesn’t work…and why? And… how can our faith serve to help us enter into and sustain healthy friendships and intimate relationships?
 
The divisive world is inside of me. “The line separating good and evil passes not through states, nor between classes, nor between political parties either... but right through every human heart and through all human hearts.” - Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Fr. James will discuss what the Scriptures and the Fathers say about healing the divided human hea…
 
Fr. Timothy lays out the foundation of God’s plan for a political system… how did we devolve from that? How is society in general so fractured because of it? In his session, he will contrast these thoughts with the Orthodox Christian ideal of Unity in God and His desired unity with us, using St. Andrei Rublev’s Trinity icon, as the image of that de…
 
Fr. Thomas broadcasts live from the joint meeting of the Holy Synod of Bishops and Metropolitan Council of the Orthodox Church in America in Cleveland, OH, to discuss with the participants how the Church, bishops, clergy, and laity work together to make decisions and chart a path forward together in council.…
 
"What's more real than a person trying to help someone they love?"Steve and Christian watched the new movie, "Free Guy." And they're joined by Paul Haworth on today's conversation.They discuss personhood, freedom, and the world to come.We do more than simply offer reviews. Just like a bee can take good things from flowers (and leave the rest behind…
 
Note: St Jonah's commemoration is October 7 on the Old Calendar, which falls on this day of the New Calendar.He was orphaned in Russia at a young age, and, after attending the seminary in his home town of Kaluga, was tonsured as a monk at Optina Monastery. He was later ordained a priest, and taught in Kazan. In his thirtieth year (1918) the Bolshev…
 
"Saint John of Kronstadt was a married priest, who lived with his wife in virginity. Through his untiring labours in his priestly duties and love for the poor and sinners, he was granted by our Lord great gifts of clairvoyance and miracle-working, to such a degree that in the last years of his life miracles of healings — both of body and of soul — …
 
As we continue our discussion about the end times, we will consider why such controversy has developed in the Church regarding the COVID vaccine. Is it possible that the vaccine is the Mark of the Beast or a precursor to it? We will answer that question by a careful analysis of the relevant passages in the Book of Revelation as well as consulting t…
 
Icons certainly beautify the church, but not simply in the conventional sense of being aesthetically pleasing. Instead, they manifest visually that the Son of God has called and enabled us to become His beautiful living icons. They show that the Savior has made us participants by grace in His deified humanity so that we may shine brightly with the …
 
What was the genius of classical music during its nineteenth-century golden age? According to Fr. John Strickland, it was an effort to rescue Christendom's transformational imperative in an age when secularization threatened to sever earth from heaven. No longer influenced by traditional Christianity, great composers like Beethoven exaggerated eart…
 
The Areopagites go full Q&A, addressing questions on parenting and prayer, finding spiritual profit from authors outside your tradition, how life changes when becoming Orthodox, singleness, keeping sane in the midst of Internet travails, profiting from criticism, what it means that the Orthodox Church is the “true church,” and what exactly is in th…
 
He was a physician from Antioch, a disciple and traveling-companion of the Apostle Paul, who refers to him as the 'beloved physician.' He wrote not only his Gospel but the Acts of the Apostles, dedicating both to Theophilus, who according to one tradition was the Governor of Achaia, a convert. Much of the Acts of the Apostles is written in the firs…
 
Orthodoxy Live with Fr. Evan Armatas offers listeners an opportunity to ask pointed questions about the Orthodox Church. Perfect for seekers, converts, and cradle Orthodox Christian alike, this program is your chance to ask the tough questions about the Orthodox faith. Fr. Evan is a great communicator and well versed in all aspects of Orthodox theo…
 
Kyra is a delightful and energetic Orthodox woman, doing great work for the church: she's the Director of Crossroad Summer Institute and Assistant Director of the Office of Vocation & Ministry at Hellenic College Holy Cross in Boston. Now's she's working to launch the Orthodox Volunteer Corps (OVC).
 
His name means "God is Help." He is the first and earliest of the twelve Minor Prophets. At the Lord's command he married a harlot, who was repeatedly unfaithful to him despite his love and faithfulness toward her. In his prophetic writings he shows this marriage as an image of God's faithful care for His unfaithful people.Holy Martyrs Cosmas and D…
 
This is the Centurion who stood at the Cross of Christ and, seeing Him breathe his last, cried out "Truly this was the Son of God" (Matthew 27:54). From that day forth he was a believer, and was soon baptized. According to some accounts, he was one of the guard at the Tomb of Christ, and was one of those whom the Judaean leaders sought to bribe not…
 
He was born in Samosata in Syria (and is sometimes referred to as "Lucian of Samosata") of noble parents. In his youth he received an excellent education. Though a privileged life was open to him, he gave all his goods away to the poor and embraced a life of asceticism, supporting himself writing and tutoring. He produced an edition of the Old Test…
 
"Born in the village of Slatina in the Meglin region [of Bulgaria], of poor peasants who had three other daughters, St Zlata was a meek and devout girl, wise with Christ's wisdom and golden ('zlata' means 'gold') not only in name but also in her God-fearing heart. When Zlata went out one day to get water, some shameless Turks seized her and carried…
 
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