Below are podcasts from St. Vladimir's Seminary faculty and staff.
|November 15, 2009||
On Sadness and Grief in Human Life
God grieves, we grieve, and life is often permeated with sadness. What does this mean when we also contemplate the "joy" of the Christian life?
|November 20, 2009||
The Entrance of the Theotokos Into the Temple
Fr. Tom teaches on this significant feast at the beginning of the Nativity season.
|November 25, 2009||
A Deeper Level of Thanksgiving
Fr. Tom encourages us to remember the place of gratitude and thanksgiving in the Christian life and tells us how we can go deeper and higher into the meaning of gratitude.
|November 30, 2009||
A Saturday Afternoon Reflection
On a beautiful fall afternoon at the family home in Canada, Fr. Tom is reflecting on the disparity between the beauty of God's creation and the tremendous suffering happening in the world.
|December 4, 2009||
Come and See
We are invited like Philip invited Nathaniel to "come and see," really see as we fix our hearts and minds on Christ the Savior during this paschal lenten season.
|December 12, 2009||
The Fathers Prepare
On the first two Sundays before Christmas, we commerate and sing about all of the faithful throughout the ages who prepared for the birth of Christ. Fr. Tom references the book Surprised by Christ by Fr. A. James Bernstein which is available from Conciliar Press.
|December 19, 2009||
What is the significance of all of those "begats" in the Gospel lesson just before Nativity? Fr. Tom breaks it down for us in the current episode.
|December 22, 2009||
Nativity, Epiphany, and Pascha - Patterns of Worship
Fr. Thomas Hopko presents a meditation on how the liturgical services of Christmas and Epiphany pattern those of the Christ's Holy Pascha of Easter.
|December 24, 2009||
God Is With Us!
In a new reflection, Fr. Thomas Hopko teaches about the virgin birth and the significance of this Orthodox dogma on the identity of Christ.
|January 2, 2010||
Circumcised on the 8th Day
Enthroned on high with the Eternal Father and Your divine Spirit,