Kevin Allen interviews Fr Josiah Trenham – Orthodoxy and Reformed Theology


Kevin Allen has returned to broadcasting on AFR and in a very thorough (Part One) brand new interview with Fr Josiah Trenham on the history, theology and personalities of the Protestant Reformation from an Orthodox perspective. It's available on both audio and video. (Based on Fr J's new book: Rock … ...More

Acquiring the Mind of the Church 2015! September 19th! Fr Patrick O’Grady on: “ Confession:Purification of the Soul”


Our next talk in the Acquiring the Mind of the Church series, Saint Barnabas’ adult spiritual formation class, will take place on Saturday, September 19th, 2015 at 10 AM at St Barnabas Orthodox Church. Fr Patrick O’Grady is Sr Priest at St Peter the Apostle, Pomona, CA California. Fr Patrick … ...More

Father Steven Tsichlis on: “Eating and Drinking Jesus: Living the Liturgy Now!” – Audio

Fr Steve Tsichlis

This is the audio of our recent talk in the once-monthly continuing education and catechism series: Acquiring the Mind of the Church! The talk, Eating and Drinking Jesus: Living the Liturgy Now!, was presented at our parish by Father Steven Tsichlis and the talk is now available for download … ...More

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How to Form an Orthodox Conscience

Orthodox Conscience

An Orthodox Christian conscience is created by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ acting within us. It is difficult to form this conscience. But once a Christian acquires it, an alarm is sounded in his heart and mind whenever he comes close to improper actions, lack of charity toward others, false … ...More

A Lesson On Judging Others

Archpriest Andrei Lorgus

Archpriest Andrei Lorgus explains the mechanism of how people acquire the habit of judging others. As a psychologist, he traces the development of children comparing themselves with their classmates to their complete separation from people who were close to them. The Lord says: “Judge not, lest … ...More

May God Give You Wisdom! The Letters of Fr. John Krestiankin

Fr John Krestiankin.p

An excerpt: I first saw Archimandrite John (Krestiankin) in 1982 when I visited Pechory Monastery. At the time he did not make a great impression on me: the benevolent old man in rather good physical condition (he was already seventy-two years old) was always running here and there, a bit fussed, … ...More

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