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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



Fr. Richard Rene

Fr. Richard is available to speak on: Addiction, Sexuality, Pop Culture and more …

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Fr. Richard ReneFr. Richard Rene was born in Seychelles in 1974. He grew in the Seychelles, Kenya, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, before immigrating to Canada in 1989. Originally confirmed as an Anglican,  he converted to Eastern Orthodoxy in 1993 and attended St. Vladimir’s Seminary, where he attained an M.Div. degree in 2004.

Fr. Richard was ordained to priesthood in April of 2005. He served at Holy Martyr Peter the Aleut Church in Calgary, Alberta, for 4 years, before being appointed Rector of Saint Aidan Orthodox Mission in Cranbrook, BC. He is currently attached to Saint Herman of Alaska Church in Langley, BC.

Fr. Richard is a professional high school teacher and has published a number of poetry, short stories and novels. He also has a podcast on Ancient Faith Radio entitled Mysterion, featuring regular sermons and reflections from Fr. Richard’s ministry.



Fr. Richard is available to speak about:

  • Addiction and Orthodox Spirituality
  • Sexuality
  • Parenting
  • Marriage
  • Popular Culture and Orthodoxy (movies, TV, literature)
  • Lay Vocations
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