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Let Us Attend

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Let Us Attend

Antiochian Orthodox Department of Christian Education and Ancient Faith Radio

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Prepare your heart, and the hearts of your children, by listening to this Sunday’s Gospel. The Gospel is paraphrased for younger children and read for older children, followed by engaging questions to help us think about what we’ve heard.
 
Michael Sisco and guests discuss a variety of topics coming from a traditionalist perspective. Most topics will be centered around political theory, cultural critiques, philosophy, and religion. You can catch this show live on:dlive.tv/michaelsiscoYouTube: Saints Edward Mediahttps://www.facebook.com/SaintsEdwardMediaLLChttps://twitter.com/MichaelSiscoSEVideo Playback: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/jMIi1OUyjbyz/Support us: https://www.patreon.com/SaintsEdwardhttps://paypal.me/SaintsEdward? ...
 
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Eastern Christian Insights

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Eastern Christian Insights

Fr. Philip LeMasters and Ancient Faith Radio

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Homilies from St. Luke Orthodox Church in Abilene, Texas - Thoughtful homilies of an Orthodox priest who serves a small parish and teaches Religion full-time at McMurry University in Abilene, TX. Fr. Philip draws on his scholarly work in Christian theology and ethics, but most of all, these are the homilies of a pastor guiding his flock with insightful, practical suggestions on how to share more fully in the life of Jesus Christ.
 
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The Ground

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The Ground

Dcn Justinian Burnett, Jonathan Hill

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The Ground is a brand new Orthodox podcast, hosted by Deacon Justinian Burnett and Jonathan Hill, with the blessing of Archimandrite Maximos, Abbot of the monastery of St Dionysios the Areopagite, St James, NY, (ROCOR). We will be discussing the basis of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, with a special emphasis on symbolism and worldview.
 
Exploring how Orthodoxy illumines relationships, intimacy and sexuality in ways that revitalize our freedom and integrity - Finding the Freedom to Live (FtFtL) grew out of a desire to help Eastern Orthodox Christians integrate our lives and relationships through a deeper understanding of our Tradition and theology. We focus particularly on intimacy, relationships and sexuality, but our concern is with the whole person.
 
FPC is a congregation affiliated with the PCUSA. Presbyterians are “Reformed” in identity. Our worship and work are guided by several “confessions” (statements of what matters most to Christians). Some of these confessions are ancient – shared by all churches – whether Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, or Protestant. Some are unique to the Reformed tradition. We are happy to help you explore Presbyterian spirituality of course. But we are most passionate about the claim we share with all oth ...
 
Phil and Steve both desire to see all peoples come to a deeper knowledge of, and more intimate relationship with, the most Holy Trinity, through our risen Lord and his body the Catholic Church. Our goal is to teach the Catholic faith at both a Patristic, Trinitarian and Mystical level, hoping that all see the need to dive ever deeper into the Word of God, the teachings and Mysteries( Sacraments) of the Church. We hope to teach all what Saint Paul meant we he said to be "in Christ". We both s ...
 
An Orthodox priest, Pastor Emeritus, Dean of the Southern California Deanery of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian diocese of Los Angeles and the West, and well known preacher. Fr. Jon, a former Evangelical minister, set out with a group of leaders who left Campus Crusade for Christ seeking the footprint of the Church established by the Apostles. He entered the Orthodox Christian Church in 1987 with two thousand others after, to their amazement, they discovered the Orthodox Church continued t ...
 
"Welcome to the desert of the real." I am sure you've heard of the blue pill, and the red pill, offered by Morpheus to Neo upon that infamous moment preluding his awakening to the gross realization of the Matrix. However, we contend that this is a false dichotomy propped up by most self-confessed "truthers", and that most within the so-called "truth community" is misinformation, disinformation, and outright falsehood and lies. The alternative red pill is infiltrated and was compromised from ...
 
"My Confession" is a brief autobiographical story of Leo Tolstoy's struggle with a mid-life existential crisis of melancholia. It describes his search for answers to the profound questions "What will come of my life?" and "What is the meaning of life?", without answers to which life, for him, had become "impossible." Tolstoy reflects on the arc of his philosophical life until then: his childhood abandonment of his Russian orthodox faith; his mastery of strength, will, power, and reason; and ...
 
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Saint Sophia (whose name means "wisdom") was a widow with three daughters, the Saints Faith, Hope and Love (or Charity) in the Roman Empire under the Emperor Hadrian. They were devout Christians during a time of intense persecution of the Christian faith. They were taken to the emperor, who demanded that Saints Faith, Hope and Love sacrifice to the…
 
Saints Zechariah and Elizabeth are the parents of Saint John the Baptist. Saint Zechariah was an Israelite priest, and Saint Elizabeth his wife was a cousin of the Virgin Mary. They were an old couple who were childless, which was a great shame in their culture. But God miraculously gave them a son in their old age. Saint Zechariah did not believe …
 
John the Baptist was unspotted from the world due to the spiritual strength he gained from a life of asceticism and prayer, and he called people to follow him in preparing the way of the Lord as they bore “fruits worthy of repentance” and treated other people with the care appropriate to the children of God.…
 
Saint Gregory the Great was also known as Pope Saint Gregory I or Saint Gregory the Dialogist, He was Pope from 590-604 AD, at a time of crisis for the city of Rome. Saint Gregory lived in Rome at a time when it was no longer an important city. The Roman empire now had its capital in Constantinople in the east, and Rome was beset by plagues and war…
 
Today I'll be reading and reacting to a homily on Social Justice by St. Basil the Great. This episode promises to be a great challenge for right wing Christians, Traditionalist, and Conservatives. Entropy Chat goal $100: https://entropystream.live/app/TheMichaelSiscoShow Community Subscribers join Patristic Study and Prayer Group: https://www.patre…
 
The darkness roots deeply within us all, both personally and collectively, and nothing but the brilliant glory of the Lord can overcome it. Whether we know it or not, we inevitably sink like stones into the abyss whenever we make anything or anyone else the foundation of our lives.By Fr. Philip LeMasters and Ancient Faith Radio
 
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