As we continue our theme of “Vice,” we consider the role that temptation has in our spiritual lives. This week on Theologically Thinking, enjoy a reading of one of Fr. Stanley Harakas’ essays originally written for the National Herald entitled “Temptation: the trial of our moral and spiritual commitment.”
As we struggle with vice and sin, we can find comfort knowing that God continually gives us second chances to get back on track. Fr. Athanasios Haros touches on this on Theologically Thinking, discussing how “metanoia” means “turning around, getting back on track.”
On Theologically Thinking, Fr. Athanasios Haros of the Transfiguration of Our Savior Greek Orthodox Church Florence in South Carolina shares his sermon, “The Burden of Sin is Real.” The burden of sin can really weigh us down, but it doesn’t have to keep us from reaching Christ. Holy Confession is...
Our busy lives sometimes get in the way of experiencing all the special liturgies of our Tradition, such as Vespers. Listen to this episode of Theologically Thinking as Fr. Steven Ritter and Fr. Timothy Chrapko speak on the Vesper Service of the Feast of Pentecost and explore the richness and...
June is frequently a month for weddings. But following our theme of the month, good listening and proper conflict resolution are keys to happiness in marriage. On this week’s “Theologically Thinking,” Fr. Charles Ioannides will speak on Conflict in your marriage.
On Special Moments in Orthodoxy, we recall that Jesus hallowed the intimate bond between man and woman by his ministry and miracle at the Wedding of Cana. Fr. William Chiganos explores the Church’s esteem for marriage in the words of the Wedding Liturgy and Scripture.
Theologically Thinking: On the occasion of the Sunday of the Paralytic, Fr. Athanasios Haros of the Transfiguration of Our Savior Greek Orthodox Church, in Florence, SC shares his sermon entitled “Rise up! Be healed and follow the Lord.”