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The Sounding

Saint Silouan the Athonite and His Relevance Today, Part 6

One of the more crucial components of our spiritual life is proper training in the development of good spiritual habits. Habit is a second nature. This is why it is imperative that we train ourselves in the ways of spiritual warfare. Saint Silouan writes, “Train yourself to cut off an intrusive thought immediately … Be

Oct 21, 2014
Pearls of Great Price

The Dance Between Temptation and Grace, Part 1

Why do temptations and suffering befall us? What is the right attitude to have towards our suffering? How do we surmount our trials? In this episode, Veronica…

Oct 21, 2014
The Sounding

The Walking Dead

Every year at Halloween, Americans entertain themselves with television shows, movies and weird stories about the walking dead. It is a strange fascination,…

Oct 21, 2014
Be Transfigured

The Touch of God

Many people think they don’t need to walk into a Church to encounter God, but you can only touch God in His Church. God could have called down from Heaven…

Oct 20, 2014
Adult Study Classes

The Gospel of Matthew, Part 35

Matthew 15:10-28 Both Law and Gospel: We Need Both Section 1 (Matthew 15:10-20) 1. In this section of chapter 15, we have a new law, a new set of Christian…

Oct 20, 2014
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy on the Third Sunday of Luke

This is the service of Divine Liturgy that was broadcast live on Sunday morning, October 20. One saint we commemorate this week is Saint James, whose day…

Oct 19, 2014
Pemptousia Partnership

The Meaning of Pain in Our Lives

By Abbot George Kapsanis of Gregoriou Apart from the suffering that it causes, physical, mental or spiritual pain– which entered man’s life by divine…

Oct 18, 2014
The Moving Icon

Cultural Persecution of Displaced Christians

In this episode, Chris Vlahonasios takes on the topic of the persecution of Christians around the world, but especially in the Middle East. He discusses…

Oct 18, 2014
The Sounding

Ancient Christianity Confronts Death and Halloween

I remember well walking the streets of our cozy steel-mill suburb of Pittsburgh with our two- and four-year-old sons in a wagon, flanked by our neighbors…

Oct 18, 2014