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*[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.
  
*[http://www.receive.org/ Come Receive the Light]
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*[http://www.myocn.net/index.php/CRTL/ Come Receive the Light], the national Orthodox Christian radio program, broadcast on 17 radio stations throughout the U.S. & Bahamas. Archives available online.
  
 
*[http://www.holycrossonline.org/our_parish/media/ Holy Cross Church in Linthicum, MD] hosts numerous audio files available for download.
 
*[http://www.holycrossonline.org/our_parish/media/ Holy Cross Church in Linthicum, MD] hosts numerous audio files available for download.
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*[http://www.orthodox.net/audio/ Homilies of a Russian Orthodox Priest on the Sunday Gospels and other scriptural topics], from St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, Dallas Texas
 
*[http://www.orthodox.net/audio/ Homilies of a Russian Orthodox Priest on the Sunday Gospels and other scriptural topics], from St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church, Dallas Texas
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*[http://www.myocn.net/index.php/Icons-in-Sound/ Icons in Sound] - Beautiful Orthodox sacred music and liturgical singing with Dr. Vlad Morosan.
  
 
*[http://www.annunciationakron.org/podcast/ 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.
 
*[http://www.annunciationakron.org/podcast/ 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.

Revision as of 21:47, July 28, 2008

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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

  • Come Receive the Light, the national Orthodox Christian radio program, broadcast on 17 radio stations throughout the U.S. & Bahamas. Archives available online.
  • Facing East, two Orthodox priests in central Massachusetts chatting
  • Generation Orthodox, Hosted by Jacob Lee, Show Targets People interested in Orthodoxy under the age of 40
  • Get Wisdom! is a weekly Bible study program for Orthodox Christian teens. In addition to the weekly podcast, which is also streamed weekends on The Ark, the program offers free downloadable study guides for individual and group study.
  • Icons in Sound - Beautiful Orthodox sacred music and liturgical singing with Dr. Vlad Morosan.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • re/CALL, a podcast for Orthodox Christian teens that looks at how your relationship with God and His Church can help you in every aspect of your life. The program also offers free inspirational graphics for each episode.
  • 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.
  • Shepherd of Souls An insightful look at spiritual themes from an Eastern Christian perspective by Fr. Peter Preble
  • 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.

Lectures and Audio Books


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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