Posts by Fr. Chris Metropulos

Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy on Holy Pentecost

Today we celebrate the Feast of Pentecost, which happened and is always celebrated 50 days after the Resurrection of our Lord. At Pentecost, the disciples…

Jun 08, 2014
Come Receive the Light

Perspectives: Faith and Science

Listen carefully as Dr. Stamatis Vokos, who is both a scientist and a man of faith, talks to Fr. Chris about miracles. Faith and science are frequently…

Jun 07, 2014
Come Receive the Light

I Was in Prison and You Visited Me

James Blackstock of the St. Seraphim Prison Ministry in Florida talks about his experience working with inmates in a maximum security prison. Questions…

Jun 05, 2014
OCN Responds

Is Jesus God?

Is Jesus God? Christianity teaches that God became man in the person of Jesus Christ. But a new book, How Jesus Became God, questions the origins and evolution…

Jun 02, 2014
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy – Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council

On this Sunday, we commemorate the Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council. The Church was strengthened into one faith through the preaching of the Apostles…

Jun 01, 2014
OCN Now Radio

Saving Your Marriage

Our guest today is Lea Povozhaev who is talking about her new book, When Russia Came to Stay. She shares the true story of her complicated marriage. As…

May 30, 2014
Come Receive the Light

Sexuality and Self

Fr. Anthony Messah of St. Timothy and St. Athanasius Church in Arlington, VA, begins our month-long look at human sexuality. Questions include: * What…

May 29, 2014
Orthodox Family & Faith

What makes a good marriage?

Presvytera Kerry Pappas joins us today to talk about what we can do to build a good marriage with our spouse, and what the Church can do to support marriage…

May 29, 2014
Come Receive the Light

Early Christian Heresies

In the final part of her 4-part series on the first 300 years of Christianity, Dr. Eugenia Constantinou talks about early Christian heresies. Questions…

May 22, 2014
Divine Liturgy Broadcast

Divine Liturgy: Sunday of the Samaritan Woman

Christ is Risen! Truly He is Risen! The Samaritan Woman, having come to the well in faith, beheld You, the Water of Wisdom from which she drank plentifully…

May 18, 2014
Come Receive the Light

History of the New Testament

Dr. Eugenia Constantinou of the University of San Diego explores how the different books of the New Testament were compiled. Questions include: * When…

May 15, 2014
OCN Now Radio

Pope and Patriarch: An Orthodox Perspective

Fr. Matthew Baker is a priest of the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Boston and PhD candidate in systematic theology at Fordham University. He currently works…

May 14, 2014