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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
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Mar052009

We are delighted to announce Pres. Jeannie Constantinou Ph.D. as our newest speaker!

Presvytera Jeannie Constantinou is known for her dynamic speaking style and energetic presentations. Her listeners frequently comment that she makes times and people of the Bible and early Christian history come alive. She has led bible studies, taught and lectured on the Bible, early Christianity and Orthodoxy at parishes, conferences, retreats and seminars for over thirty years. Last year, she made an effort to create an outreach and outlet for those Orthodox Christians who for a variety of reasons cannot attend a parish bible study and she began the first Orthodox internet bible study podcast, “an interesting and accessible bible study for busy people,” called Search the Scriptures on Ancient Faith Radio.  There is so much more to know about Dr. Constantinou, please click here!

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