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*[http://www.holycrossonline.org/our_parish/media/ Holy Cross Church in Linthicum, MD] hosts numerous audio files available for download.
  
 
*[http://christinthemountains.blogspot.com/ Christ in the Mountains] (weblog and podcast) from a priest in Charleston, West Virginia.
 
*[http://christinthemountains.blogspot.com/ Christ in the Mountains] (weblog and podcast) from a priest in Charleston, West Virginia.

Revision as of 07:39, December 11, 2007

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Television and video

"It would be a crime not to use television to spread the word of God. - Archpriest Dimitriy Sarnov, "Russian Orthodox Church goes on TV" (More details at "Orthodox Believers Get Own Channel")

Radio and podcasts

Internet Radio

Individual shows

Orthodox

  • Our Life in Christ is an internet radio show based out of Phoenix, Arizona. Originally, they were doing live radio broadcasts on 1360 AM (KPXQ), a Protestant radio station of the Salem Network. Through this ministry they began to offer Orthodox apologetics to Protestants.
  • Orthodox Word Podcast - A source for the daily scriptural readings of the Orthodox Church. Each daily podcast also includes the hymns and readings from the Synaxarion for the Saints or Feast Day.
  • Saint Catherine Greek Orthodox Church, in Greenwood Village, Colorado, records all the sermons, educational lectures, retreats and special events and puts them in a podcast for listeners. Indvidual records are also available for download.
  • St Nikolaj's Prologue, a daily Serbian podcast of the Lives of the Saints, as written by St Nikolaj of Ochrid and Zica
  • The Man In Black, with Father Andrew Welzig, Show features, conversations with an Orthodox Priest and different individuals.


Non-Orthodox

The following podcasts discuss topics common to Orthodox and other eastern forms of Christianity.

  • psalmcast - A Presbyterian ministry which presents a musical rendition of a Psalm each day. They often feature music from Orthodox traditions. (Available through iTunes 4.9+.)
  • Theosis: A Journey from Lent to Pentecost. This podcast series is designed to help promote a deeper appreciation for Lenten and Eastern spirituality through the meditation on scripture and the writings of the Early Church Fathers.

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