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Come Receive the Light: As a member of the university community in the United States, Dr. Kyriakos Markides felt he had become secularized by his training. In this interview with Fr. Chris, he shares his yearning for something meaningful and how this lead him back to his Orthodox faith. Dr. Markides also recounts how he came to travel to Mount Athos and what he experienced there. He offers the backstory on his famous book, The Mountain of Silence, in which he becomes the chauffeur of Fr. Maximos, a monk, in order to hear his stories and seek his wisdom.

Δεύτε λάβετε φως (Ελληνικά): Ο Δημήτρης Καραβασίλης τονίζει την πίστη, το ενδιαφέρον των φίλων του παραλυτικού στην Καπερναούμ, οι οποίοι μετέφεραν τον φίλο τους στον Ιησού για να θεραπευτεί. Την θεραπεία αυτή την οφείλει ο παραλυτικός στην αγάπη των φίλων του. Το παράδειγμά τους οφείλουμε ως Εκκλησία να το ακολουθήσουμε κι εμείς.

Vengan a Recibir la Luz (en Español): En este episodio de Vengan a Recibir la Luz, los presentadores Padre Aristidis Arizi y Padre David Wooten continúan su serie sobre la Teotokos y Siempre-Virgen María; esta vez, examinan la Fiesta de la Natividad, o el Nacimiento, de la Teotokos: ¿Cuál fue el origen milagroso de esta fiesta? ¿Cómo fueron significantes sus padres, Santos Joaquín y Ana? ¿Qué podemos aprender de las lecciones de esta fiesta? Dos himnos — El tropario de la Cruz, cantado por los huérfanos del Hogar Rafael Ayau en Guatemala–y los Estiquerios de las Pascuas–cantados por el Coro de la Catedral San Jorge en la Ciudad de México–siguen. Finalmente, el Padre Miguel Marcantoni lee las lecturas del episodio–Hebreos 9.11-14 y Marcos 10.32-45–y da una sermoneta que se llama, «El Precio del Liderazgo».

Fr. Demetri interviews and speeches

Orthodoxy and Other Faith Traditions: His Eminence Metropolitan Methodios of Boston and Fr. Demetrios Tonias speak on ecumenical and interfaith relations from an Orthodox Christian perspective.

On the 2013 Grecian Festival: Fr. Demetrios Tonias of Taxiarchae Greek Orthodox Church in Watertown, MA talks about the 2013 Grecian Festival.

On the Boston Marathon Bombing: Fr. Demetrios Tonias of Archangels Greek Orthodox Church in Watertown, MA, talks about the impact of the recent bombings on his community and the role of the church in helping to heal after a tragedy like this.

On St. Demetrios: Fr. Demetri Tonias talks about St. Demetrios the Great Martyr.

Bedford 9/11 Speech: Fr. Demetri Tonias speaks at the Bedford 9-11 memorial service on 9-11-2012.

Miracles: Fr. Demetri Tonias examines the questions, "Why does God perform miracles? Why do miracles sometimes happen to people who don’t believe? How should miracles impact our faith?"

Keeping the Fast During Lent: Fr. Demetri Tonias talks with Come Receive the Light about keeping the fast during Great Lent.

Youth and Media: Should Orthodox teens be watching the Twighlight Saga films and Glee? Fr. Demetri Tonias shares the thoughts of the Holy Fathers on secular media.

Video Games: This past June, on the very last day of its 2011 term, the US Supreme Court ruled that minors have a right to purchase video games that include graphic violence. Fr. Demetrios Tonias shares his thoughts on what this means for youth and parents.

Christianity and Judaism (PART I), (PART II), (PART III), (PART IV) With Fr. Demetrios Tonias we'll be discussing Christianity and Judaism in the first four centuries, which is something many of us don't know a great deal about.