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He was the brother of the Apostle Peter, from Bethsaida on the shore of Lake Gennesaret. Andrew left his fisherman's trade to become a disciple of St John the Baptist. Soon after the Forerunner had baptized Jesus, he said to Andrew and his other disciple John the Theologian, "Behold the Lamb of God!" At this, both disciples followed after Jesus. Af…
 
In this episode, Fr. Harry and Fr. Anthony finish of their discussion about the making of catechumens and go into the actual service of the baptism. Along the way, the talk about the limits of liturgical geography, the beauty of the Baptismal Liturgy, and the simple joy of being in Christ. Enjoy the show!…
 
Part 1 of the Human Body series. Over the next few episodes we will explore how the Orthodox Church teaches us to view our bodies compared to what we are taught by contemporary society. Why is the body so integral to spiritual life and how do we use our bodies to glorify God?
 
We begin our series on the Biblical canticles by introducing their significance in Liturgy, and by concentrating upon the first canticle, the Song of Moses (Exodus 15:1-19), as clarified by the fathers, and other parts of Scripture (Ezekiel 17; Rev. 15, and Gal 3).
 
In today’s episode Dr. Jenkins takes a detour from the Trinitarian controversy to address matters pertaining to the Great Persecution, an event that demands several episodes in and of itself; but which is also a necessary precursor to the Arian controversy and the Council of Nicaea. While the persecution begins in AD 303, events and confrontations …
 
How can we receive and understand the Word of God? Is it enough to just sit down and read the Bible? In this homily given on the Sunday of the Commemoration of the Fathers of the 7th Ecumenical council, Fr Alexander challenges us to cultivate our faith and knowledge of God’s Word in patience and endurance, so that our hearts may be truly ready to r…
 
Fr. Thomas is joined by Dr Andrew Geleris to talk about his new book, Money and Salvation. What is the scriptural and patristic teaching about financial giving and why are some Orthodox Christians and clergy so hesitant to openly discuss this important topic? Text your comments and questions anytime to 412-206-5012 or give us a call during the live…
 
"Abba Pitirim directed a group of ascetics who led a very austere life in the arid mountains of the Thebaid. He was himself a disciple and third successor of Saint Anthony the Great (17 Jan.) in his hermitage. He ate no more than a little flour mixed with water twice a week, and so persevered in spiritual labours that he gained abundant graces from…
 
He was born in Constantinople in 715 to pious parents named John and Anna. His mother had prayed often to the most holy Theotokos to be granted a son, and received a revelation from our Lady that she would conceive the son she desired. When the child was born, she named him Stephen, following a prophecy of the Patriarch St Germanos (commemorated Ma…
 
He was from Adrianopolis in Bythinia, and took up the ascetical life at a young age. After many spiritual struggles he took up residence on a pillar, where he dwelt for fifty-three years. Crowds came to seek his intercession and counsel, and in time a women's monastery was founded near the pillar. At times an unearthly light was seen to radiate fro…
 
He was born in the province of Asia, to a Scythian who had secretly converted to Christianity. Like his parents, he was a secret follower of Christ, serving as a legionary in the Roman army during the reign of the Emperor Decius. During a campaign, an Angel appeared to him, gave him a sword and told him to go into battle trusting in Christ's help. …
 
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