Posts about holidays

The Sounding

Walnuts in Syrup

Need a last minute gift for a Christmas gathering? Run out of ideas and extra cash? This recipe for Walnuts in Syrup could save the day! Combine: 4 c (1…

Dec 28, 2013
The Sounding

What do I want for Christmas?

As we approach the holy night of Nativity, comes a time when we ask ourselves the timeless question: what do I want for Christmas? If one looks around,…

Dec 27, 2013
From the Archives

It’s Christmas Day – What’s next?

Dr. Violet Leathers asks: It’s Christmas Day – What’s next? Tune in to find out about the Christian meaning of the popular carol “The…

Dec 26, 2013
Come Receive the Light

Freedom in Repentance

We continue our month-long reflections on repentance and forgiveness with Dr. Stephen Muse, who examines what it truly means to forgive. In addition to…

Dec 19, 2013
Orthodoxy Explained

Christmas Carol Messages

This week on Theologically Thinking, Fr. William Chiganos speaks on the messages found within our Christmas Carols.

Dec 19, 2013
The Sounding

I Dare You to Say “Merry Christmas!”

“And, four dollars and seventy three cents is your change.” The grocery checker handed me my money and receipt. “Merry Christmas” I said, looking…

Dec 19, 2013
The Sounding

Celebrating Christmas after December 25

Fear not. This is not a debate on old calendar vs. new… Rather, it is a look at when to lay down the fast and begin to feast. The rest of the world has…

Dec 13, 2013
Come Receive the Light

What Does It Mean To Repent?

Author and priest Fr. Steven Ritter is back on the show today talking about repentance. What does it mean to repent? If we truly repent, why do we need…

Dec 12, 2013
Orthodoxy Explained

The Christmas Gift

This week on Theologically Thinking, Fr. Christopher Metropulos anticipates a Christmas Gift.

Dec 12, 2013
From the Archives

“Is Saint Nicholas Real?”

OCN presents an entertaining radio drama about what to tell your kids if they ask you whether Santa Claus/St. Nick is for real.

Dec 12, 2013
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