Podcasts

Below are podcasts from St. Vladimir's Seminary faculty and staff.

Date Episode Podcast Description
April 18, 2011 How New Life Appears (Isaiah)

Fr. Harry Pappas, priest at Archangel Orthodox Church in Stanford, Connecticut, and an adjunct professor at St. Vladimir's, leads the seminary's second annual Public Lenten Retreat. Titled "Back to Basics: Old Testament and Life," his presentation is divided into three parts, the third of which, "How New Life Appears," can be heard here.

April 15, 2011 The Letter to Diognetus

Fr. Tom reads from and comments on this 2nd century historical Christian letter to the unknown Diognetus.

April 15, 2011 The Letter to Diognetus

Fr. Tom reads from and comments on this 2nd century historical Christian letter to the unknown Diognetus.

April 11, 2011 How Life Works (Proverbs)

Fr. Harry Pappas, priest at Archangel Orthodox Church in Stanford, Connecticut, and an adjunct professor at St. Vladimir's, leads the seminary's second annual Public Lenten Retreat. Titled "Back to Basics: Old Testament and Life," his presentation is divided into three parts, the second of which, "How Life Works," can be heard here.

April 11, 2011 How Life Works (Proverbs)

Fr. Harry Pappas, priest at Archangel Orthodox Church in Stanford, Connecticut, and an adjunct professor at St. Vladimir's, leads the seminary's second annual Public Lenten Retreat. Titled "Back to Basics: Old Testament and Life," his presentation is divided into three parts, the second of which, "How Life Works," can be heard here.

April 11, 2011 Bishops - Part 8: 5th Century Controversies

The 5th century brought much controversy, schism, and anathemas but the Church survived. Some of these divisions exist even today.

April 11, 2011 Bishops - Part 8: 5th Century Controversies

The 5th century brought much controversy, schism, and anathemas but the Church survived. Some of these divisions exist even today.

April 5, 2011 How Life Begins (Genesis)

Fr. Harry Pappas, priest at Archangel Orthodox Church in Stanford, Connecticut, and an adjunct professor at St. Vladimir's, leads the seminary's second annual Public Lenten Retreat. Titled "Back to Basics: Old Testament and Life," his presentation is divided into three parts, the first of which, "How Life Begins," can be heard here.

April 5, 2011 How Life Begins (Genesis)

Fr. Harry Pappas, priest at Archangel Orthodox Church in Stanford, Connecticut, and an adjunct professor at St. Vladimir's, leads the seminary's second annual Public Lenten Retreat. Titled "Back to Basics: Old Testament and Life," his presentation is divided into three parts, the first of which, "How Life Begins," can be heard here.

April 4, 2011 Recommended Reading from Fr. Tom Hopko

Many listeners have asked about Fr. Tom's favorite books. In today's episode he identifies them and tells us why. The list includes:

The Sayings of the Desert Fathers
The Arena - Bishop Ignatius Brianchaninov
The Art of Prayer - St. Theophan the Recluse
St. Silouan the Athonite
We Shall See Him As He Is - Elder Sophrony
His Life is Mine - Archimandrite Sophrony
Christ, Our Way and Our Life - Archimandrite Zachariah
The Hidden Man of the Heart
Remember Thy First Love - Archimandrite Zachariah
The Complete Fenelon
Atheist Delusion - David Bentley Hart
The Abolition of Man - CS Lewis