Monthly Archives: December 2021

The gate of heaven, the door of the heart

You can listen to this post as an audio podcast at https://www.spreaker.com/user/youngfaithradio/lk12fri 11 December OS 2021 – Friday of the 12th Week of Luke; St. Daniel the Stylite  In today’s Gospel, we read that Satan entered into Judas, and he … Continue reading

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The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness comprehends it not

9 December OS 2021 – The Conception of the Theotokos by St. Anna   Listen to an audio podcast of this post at https://www.spreaker.com/user/youngfaithradio/dec9 Today we celebrate the conception of the Most Pure Virgin Theotokos in the womb of St. Anna, … Continue reading

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Serene faith

Listen to an audio podcast of this post at https://www.spreaker.com/user/youngfaithradio/lk11wed_1 2 December OS 2021 – Wednesday of the 11th Week of St. Luke, Holy Prophet Avvakum (Habbakuk) Today’s daily Gospel reading is Luke 20: 1-8 At that time, as Jesus … Continue reading

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Orthodox Survival Course, Class 68: Back to the Land – Orthodoxy and Agrarian Economics

Listen to an audio podcast of this blog post at https://www.spreaker.com/user/youngfaithradio/osc68 Recently, while in Serbia to visit family, I had the pleasure of giving two lectures to an association of young people dedicated to Orthodoxy, monarchism, and Serbian patriotism.  As … Continue reading

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Enlighten the eyes of our heart

Listen to an audio podcast of this commentary at https://www.spreaker.com/user/youngfaithradio/lk10-th 26 November OS 2021 – Thursday of the 10th Week of St. Luke; St. Alypius the Stylite; St. Stylianos of Paphlagonia; St. Nikon “Metanoeite” Today’s daily Gospel reading is Luke … Continue reading

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Childlike faith

25 November OS 2021 – Wednesday of the 10th Week of St. Luke; Leavetaking of the Entry of the Theotokos; St. Catherine the Great Martyr (Greek Menaion); St. Clement of Rome, St. Peter of Alexandria, and St. Clement of Ochrid … Continue reading

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