Religion And Spirituality Podcasts
Deathless villains that can’t help dying, idiots who are wiser than kings, and everyone’s favorite pestle-riding hag… Welcome to the perilous land of Slavic myths and legends, a land of wonder and adventure. In a Certain Kingdom is a podcast where storyteller and award-winning fantasy novelist Nicholas Kotar translates and retells Slavic fairy tales and myths, then delves into the symbolic structure of the story. Featuring original music composed by Natalie Wilson.
By Dn. Nicholas Kotar and Ancient Faith Radio
FOCUS North America is a national movement of Orthodox Christians, united in faith and joined by a desire to provide action-oriented and sustainable solutions to poverty in communities across America. This podcast regularly updates you on the work and stories of FOCUS North America and tells you how you can participate.
By FOCUS North America and Ancient Faith Radio
Empowering Marriages and Families in the Faith - A podcast from The Center for Family Care, a Ministry of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, focusing on equipping families to apply the teachings and practices of the Orthodox faith to every dimension of their lives.
By The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and Ancient Faith Radio
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.
By Fr. Philip LeMasters and Ancient Faith Radio
How well do we know the people beside us at liturgy? Every one of them has a story to tell, whether it’s a love story, a war story, a comedy or a tragedy, a tale of an immigrant's struggle or a heartfelt conversion story. The Church is a community of human beings with unique personal narratives and perspectives, and the more we understand and appreciate one another, the better unified our community can be.
By Elissa Bjeletich and Ancient Faith Radio