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Observations and Opinions on Issues That Matter to Orthodox Christians

Latest Episodes

Why Veneration is Obviously Not Worship

Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick posts a picture of the incorrupt hand of St. Katherine of Alexandria every year on Facebook. And every year, people freak out. But why?

4 MIN2019 NOV 28
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Why Veneration is Obviously Not Worship

Lay Life Is a Calling

Nic Hartmann, a parishioner at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, reminds us that God sometimes wills that we lead a life seeking our salvation through the world.

7 MIN2019 AUG 10
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Lay Life Is a Calling

Should It Matter to Christians When Churches Burn?

The world watched in disbelief as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris burned. But why should it matter? Fr. Andrew Damick has an answer.

7 MIN2019 APR 16
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Should It Matter to Christians When Churches Burn?

On the Ukrainian Church Controversy

Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick shares his thoughts on the controversial situation of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine. Are we looking at the situation through worldly eyes or through spiritual eyes?

-1 s2018 OCT 14
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On the Ukrainian Church Controversy

Staying Christian in a Culture of Growing Hate

Dn. Michael Hyatt is the chair of the Ancient Faith Ministries board and a Deacon at St. Ignatius Antiochian Orthodox Church in Franklin, TN. Most people know him as one of the top leadership mentors in the country and the Founder and CEO of Michael Hyatt & Company, an online leadership development company dedicated to helping high achievers win at work and succeed at life. In this commentary (which is actually a sermon given at St. Ignatius), Dn. Michael assesses the impact of social media on people in general and Christians in particular. Be looking for the return of his Ancient Faith Radio podcast At the Intersection of East and West in September!

23 MIN2018 AUG 7
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Staying Christian in a Culture of Growing Hate

Often Disappointed but Seldom Surprised

Fr. Philip LeMasters discusses the sexualized culture of Hollywood.

9 MIN2017 OCT 25
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Often Disappointed but Seldom Surprised

Contemporary Challenges in Marriage, Family, and Sexuality.

Fr. Philip reflects on the Eucharistic context of the pastoral response to contemporary challenges in marriage, family, and sexuality.

12 MIN2017 AUG 3
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Contemporary Challenges in Marriage, Family, and Sexuality.

Coptic Christian Massacre

Dan Bein, the most recent Media Student Leader of Orthodox Christian Fellowship and a Coptic Christian, comments on the recent bus shooting of the Coptic Christians in Egypt who refused to renounce their faith at gunpoint.

5 MIN2017 MAY 29
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Coptic Christian Massacre

Rolling Back the Darkness

In light of the tragic and senseless attack at a concert in Manchester, Fr. Gregory Hallam offers this commentary. Fr. Gregory is priest at St. Aidan's Antiochian Orthodox Church in Manchester, UK.

10 MIN2017 MAY 24
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Rolling Back the Darkness

Election 2016

Fr. Steven Ritter, the host of the AFR podcast, The Life of the Church Today, offers his perspective on the upcoming United States election.

12 MIN2016 NOV 5
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Election 2016

Latest Episodes

Why Veneration is Obviously Not Worship

Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick posts a picture of the incorrupt hand of St. Katherine of Alexandria every year on Facebook. And every year, people freak out. But why?

4 MIN2019 NOV 28
Comments
Why Veneration is Obviously Not Worship

Lay Life Is a Calling

Nic Hartmann, a parishioner at St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church In Cedar Rapids, Iowa, reminds us that God sometimes wills that we lead a life seeking our salvation through the world.

7 MIN2019 AUG 10
Comments
Lay Life Is a Calling

Should It Matter to Christians When Churches Burn?

The world watched in disbelief as the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris burned. But why should it matter? Fr. Andrew Damick has an answer.

7 MIN2019 APR 16
Comments
Should It Matter to Christians When Churches Burn?

On the Ukrainian Church Controversy

Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick shares his thoughts on the controversial situation of the Orthodox Church in Ukraine. Are we looking at the situation through worldly eyes or through spiritual eyes?

-1 s2018 OCT 14
Comments
On the Ukrainian Church Controversy

Staying Christian in a Culture of Growing Hate

Dn. Michael Hyatt is the chair of the Ancient Faith Ministries board and a Deacon at St. Ignatius Antiochian Orthodox Church in Franklin, TN. Most people know him as one of the top leadership mentors in the country and the Founder and CEO of Michael Hyatt & Company, an online leadership development company dedicated to helping high achievers win at work and succeed at life. In this commentary (which is actually a sermon given at St. Ignatius), Dn. Michael assesses the impact of social media on people in general and Christians in particular. Be looking for the return of his Ancient Faith Radio podcast At the Intersection of East and West in September!

23 MIN2018 AUG 7
Comments
Staying Christian in a Culture of Growing Hate

Often Disappointed but Seldom Surprised

Fr. Philip LeMasters discusses the sexualized culture of Hollywood.

9 MIN2017 OCT 25
Comments
Often Disappointed but Seldom Surprised

Contemporary Challenges in Marriage, Family, and Sexuality.

Fr. Philip reflects on the Eucharistic context of the pastoral response to contemporary challenges in marriage, family, and sexuality.

12 MIN2017 AUG 3
Comments
Contemporary Challenges in Marriage, Family, and Sexuality.

Coptic Christian Massacre

Dan Bein, the most recent Media Student Leader of Orthodox Christian Fellowship and a Coptic Christian, comments on the recent bus shooting of the Coptic Christians in Egypt who refused to renounce their faith at gunpoint.

5 MIN2017 MAY 29
Comments
Coptic Christian Massacre

Rolling Back the Darkness

In light of the tragic and senseless attack at a concert in Manchester, Fr. Gregory Hallam offers this commentary. Fr. Gregory is priest at St. Aidan's Antiochian Orthodox Church in Manchester, UK.

10 MIN2017 MAY 24
Comments
Rolling Back the Darkness

Election 2016

Fr. Steven Ritter, the host of the AFR podcast, The Life of the Church Today, offers his perspective on the upcoming United States election.

12 MIN2016 NOV 5
Comments
Election 2016
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