Holy Myrrhbearers Sunday

Holy Myrrhbearers Sunday

Broadcast of Divine Liturgy at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church in Fort Lauderdale, FL, on May 19, 2013, Holy Myrrhbearers Sunday.

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¿Qué es la Oración?

¿Qué es la Oración?

En este episodio de Vengan a Recibir la Luz, los presentadores Padre Aristidis Arizi y Padre David Wooten abordan la pregunta “¿Qué es la Oración?” La oración “Dame Este Perigrino” y el himno “Levántate, oh Dios,” ambos del coro de la Catedral San Jorge en la Ciudad de México, siguen...

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¿Qué es el Teósis?

¿Qué es el Teósis?

En este episodio de Vengan a Recibir la Luz, los presentadores Padre Aristidis Arizi y Padre David Wooten abordan la pregunta “¿Qué es el Teósis?” El Salmo 22/23, “El Señor Me Pastorea,” sigue. Finalmente, el Padre Miguel Marcantoni lee la lectura de la epístola (Efesios 2.14-22) y el evangelio (Lucas...

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Ladder of Divine Ascent

Ladder of Divine Ascent

On Harmony of Thunder, for the Sunday of St. John Climacus, we hear a reflection from Fr. David Smith on the Ladder of Divine Ascent. Why would you work to assure your salvation?

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Reflection on St. Macarius

Reflection on St. Macarius

On Turning to the Fathers, Fr. John McGuckin shares a reflection on St. Macarius, whose Feast Day is January 19th.

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A Prayerful Life

A Prayerful Life

On Turning to the Fathers, continuing our exploration of prayer this month, we listen to a reflection on prayer from Fr. John McGuckin, drawing from the wisdom of St. John of Apameia in “A Prayerful Life.”

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Interview with Fr. George Livanos, Part 2

Interview with Fr. George Livanos, Part 2

On “Our Life in Christ and in America,” Bill Hinkle continues his conversation with the priest who introduced him and his family to the Orthodox faith back in 1999: Fr. George Livanos, the pastor of All Saints Greek Orthodox Church in Washington, PA.You won’t want to miss this second half...

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Radical Appropriation of the Gospel

Radical Appropriation of the Gospel

On “Our Life in Christ and in America,” Fr. Johannes Jacobse has been a priest for twenty years. Born in Holland, he has a B.A. from the University of Minnesota, an M.Div. from St. Vladimir’s Seminary, studied the Greek language at the University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and is a fellow...

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Breaking News: Horses Cause Calendar Controversy

Breaking News: Horses Cause Calendar Controversy

This Paschal season, there has been a calendar controversy that has been missed by most of the Orthodox world. This is shocking because controversy loves to rear its head during Great Lent. If you don’t know about it, you are forgiven. It’s a local problem only affecting approximately 2000 Orthodox...

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Sticks and stones may break my bones…

Sticks and stones may break my bones…

As a priest, I hear confessions. In fact, I hear confessions all the time, not simply when I am officiating the formal Sacrament. But, many times when people think that they are confessing to God, they are really telling me of an event in their lives that continues to cause...

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The Myrrh-Bearing Women: An Example for All Women

The Myrrh-Bearing Women: An Example for All Women

Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης θέτει τις Μυροφόρες γυναίκες ως παράδειγμα προς μίμηση για τις γυναίκες κάθε εποχής. Η βαθιά τους πίστη, το θάρρος και μεγάλη τους αγάπη προς τον Κύριο τις κάνουν σημείο αναφοράς για κάθε γυναίκα.

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Dealing with Immorality in the Church at Corinth

Dealing with Immorality in the Church at Corinth

Following our Theme of “Let’s Talk About Sex,” we sometimes assume that attention to this topic is only something modern. But the Early Church also grappled with how to balance an appropriate esteem for marriage with speaking out against abuses of our God-given sexual faculties. On Special Moments in Orthodoxy,...

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