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Father Pat Reardon is a gifted priest who has made Orthodox Christianity understandable to both cradle Orthodox and inquirers.  All denominations of Christians, and even those who are not Christian, have found him to be knowledgable and enlightening on a variety of topics.  He has been speaking and writing for years, compelling others to examine their faith and lives.  If you haven’t read his best selling work or heard him speak, I personally feel that you are missing out!

Father Patrick Henry Reardon


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  • Wise Lives: Orthodox Christian Reflections on the Wisdom of Sirach
    Wise Lives: Orthodox Christian Reflections on the Wisdom of Sirach
    by Patrick Henry Reardon

Welcome Father John A. Peck!

Anotherwarm welcome to our newest speaker, Father John Peck!  Fr. John is best known for his contributions of “firsts”.  He founded the Incarnation Broadcast Network, the first 24 hour Orthodox Christian internet radio broadcast in the world. He established the first Orthodox seminary website in the world. He also hosted the first Orthodox Media Guild gathering in Chicago in 2004, inviting Orthodox media ministries from around the country to plan how to use their new technologies to reach the unchurched.

What is Fr. John’s current interest? “On the top of my list is what I would call ‘The Orthodox Church of Tomorrow.’ I am very interested in where the Church is going, especially how it should engage and penetrate American culture, what shape it might take when it does, who can be reached by the Gospel of Christ, who might embrace the Orthodox faith.

You can read more about Father John and his topics on his Speaker Page!

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