St. Diadochos of Photiki and Material Gain

St. Diadochos of Photiki and Material Gain

In the modern world, we are absorbed with material gain. On Turning to the Fathers, Fr. John McGuckin explores the perspective of St. Diadochos of Photiki, who points us to higher pursuits–seeking understanding as the greatest of riches.

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Picture of Zacchaeus

Picture of Zacchaeus

St. Gregory Palamas paints a picture of Zacchaeus (St. Luke 19:1-10) as a man who wanted both sin and salvation, the old law and the new testament, riches and poverty. Listen to this week’s Harmony of Thunder as Fr. David Smith explores St. Gregory Palamas’ remarkable sermon and reveals the...

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Advice on Loving Those Who Annoy You

Advice on Loving Those Who Annoy You

On Theologically Thinking, Fr. Jacob Myers gives advice on “Loving Those Who Annoy You.”

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Radio Drama: The Great Martyr Demetrios

Radio Drama: The Great Martyr Demetrios

http://radio.myocn.net/podcast/TT/TT_2013/TT_131018.mp3 Listen Now  as episode features a “radio drama” of the life of the Great Martyr Demetrios, a high-ranking Roman military official who wouldn’t deny his Christian Faith and therefore paid the ultimate price.

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A Modern Debate in Ancient Times

A Modern Debate in Ancient Times

The more things change, the more they stay the same! On Harmony of Thunder, we face the question: “What was the Evolution vs. Creationism debate like in the fourth century? Was there even a debate happening at the time?” You bet there was, and St. Basil the Great put himself...

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Do You Need Jesus As Much As Grandma Did?

Do You Need Jesus As Much As Grandma Did?

As we ponder the frenetic monotony of modern times, we hear in Theologically Thinking from Fr. Chris Makiej who asks “Did Grandma Need Jesus More Than You?”

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St. Brenden and the Universal Church

St. Brenden and the Universal Church

On Theologically Thinking, Terry Mattingly and Fr. Chris discuss St. Brenden and his significance to the Universal Church.

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I Believe – Guarding Against Heretical Teachings

I Believe – Guarding Against Heretical Teachings

Continuing in our theme of “I Believe,” Theologically Thinking presents Fr. William Chiganos on the topic of “Guarding Against Heretical Teachings.”

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The Wrath of God

The Wrath of God

On Theologically Thinking, Fr. Christopher Stamos discusses the true nature of God’s apparent anger.

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The Feast Days of September

The Feast Days of September

On Theologically Thinking, Fr. William Chiganos speaks to us about many Feast Days of September, including the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, The Nativity of the Theotokos, Saint Euphemia and Saints Sophia, Faith, Hope, and Love.

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Saint Simeon – Quiet Place

Saint Simeon – Quiet Place

On Turning to the Fathers, noted scholar Fr. John McGuckin discusses Saint Simeon. Listen to the words of Saint Simeon: “If you feel oppressed, go into a dimly lit and quiet place, lift both your hands up to heaven, make the sign of the cross over yourself; then lift up...

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Honorable Sash of the Theotokos

Honorable Sash of the Theotokos

This week on Theologically Thinking, Fr. William Chiganos speaks on the end of August and the beginning of the ecclesiastical New Year, and on one of the holy days we celebrate in this week – The Honorable Sash of the Theotokos.

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