Saving Your Marriage

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 she says in the introduction to her book, this story is “for those seeking to stay together in marriage, to beat the...

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Pope and Patriarch: An Orthodox Perspective

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 as an adjunct professor of theology at Hellenic College. In this interview with Fr. Chris, Fr. Matthew offers his unique perspectives on the upcoming Apostolic...

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Pope and Patriarch: A Catholic Perspective

Pope and Patriarch: A Catholic Perspective

Father Brian Edward Daley is an American Catholic priest and theologian. He is currently the Catherine F. Huisking Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame and was the recipient of a Ratzinger Prize for Theology in 2012. Prof. Daley is active in ecumenical dialogue and serves as the...

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IOCC Global Updates

IOCC Global Updates

Dan Christopoulos offers updates on a number of IOCC programs, including: Volunteer Initiatives in America,  Regional Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor Training in Alaska, IOCC Frontline Training, and  the Serv-X-Treme Youth Conference coming up in August.

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An Iconographer Travels to the Holy Land

An Iconographer Travels to the Holy Land

Iconographer and artist Brian Whirledge shares about his pilgrimage to the Holy Land and its lasting impact on his spiritual journey.

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Orthodoxy and Islam

Orthodoxy and Islam

Has the rise of Islamic extremism opened a door for the spread of Orthodoxy? Hear Ralph Sidway’s fresh approach to the many areas where Orthodoxy and Islam are intersecting around the world. Click to visit Ralph Sidway’s blog.

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Modern-Day Miracle

Modern-Day Miracle

Fr. Dimitrios Moraitis of St. Paraskevi Greek Orthodox Shrine Church in Greenlawn, NY shares his personal experience of a blind man being miraculously healed. Fr. Dimitrios first wrote about the miracle on his Facebook account several weeks ago. Here, he tells the story of what happened, opens up about the...

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Christmas message from His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America

Christmas message from His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios of America

This Christmas message can be heard in English and in Greek. In English: In Greek:

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IOCC: Humanitarian Crisis in Syria

IOCC: Humanitarian Crisis in Syria

As Syria’s civil war now enters into its third year, it is the families still living in the country who suffer the most. International Orthodox Christian Charities, or IOCC, is one of  the few humanitarian organizations still in Syria providing desperately needed relief to people affected by the conflict. Roy...

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Devastation in the Philippines

Devastation in the Philippines

IOCC Director of Programs Mark Ohanian offers an update on their efforts since Tyhoon Haiyan, the most powerful tropical storm to ever make landfall, blasted across the Philippines and left a devastating path of death and destruction. Government figures estimate that nearly 3,000 people have died, and 4 million people...

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Tearing Down Walls: Achieving Religious Equality in Turkey

Tearing Down Walls: Achieving Religious Equality in Turkey

Dr. Anthony Limberakis speaks with Fr. Chris about the Archon’s Second International Conference on Religious Freedom, entitled “Tearing Down Walls: Achieving Religious Equality in Turkey.” It will take place in Berlin, on December 4 and 5, and is being covered by OCN. Be sure to check back during and after...

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OCN Now: Update on Syria

OCN Now: Update on Syria

On OCN Now, hear the real story about the current situation in Syria from Dean Triantafilou, Executive Director of IOCC.

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