Dn Nicholas Kotar on the Rhythms of Lent and Life

In this interview, Fr. Anthony and Dn Nicholas talk about the rhythms of Lent and how a gentle asceticism may cultivate more lasting changes than the most stringent fasting and a packed liturgical calendar.  Along the way, Dn Nicholas shares wisdom on how this same approach builds a lasting and self-propagating harmony (even among tenors […]

UOL Retreat – Healing from Fear and Polarization

Jesus Christ said; “Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me; for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy, and my burden is light.” (Matthew […]

Homily (DL4) – Why we Sing the Divine Liturgy

In this homily, Fr. Anthony continues his series on the Divine Liturgy, offering a meditation on the benefit of singing the Divine Liturgy (the blessed integration of scripture and poetry, music, voices, incarnation, and Eucharist).  Enjoy the show! Check out this episode!

The REAL Conspiracy – and how we took it bait, line, and sinker

And here is the original video: Listen to find out which of the many conspiracies is occupying space in Fr. Anthony’s fool head.  Without it, the other problems (e.g. injustice, riots, elections, presidential narcissism) would have been handled as normal rather than extra-ordinary problems.  We should have seen it coming.  From Fr. Anthony’s YouTube Livestream.  […]

Gaslighting or Conspiracy? The role of the Pastor in Crazy Times

Join Fr. Anthony as he talks with Fr. Gregory Jensen, PhD, to get some advice on the role of the pastor in crazy times.  It’s a difficult conversation, but it’s important for us to have trusted friends in our lives who will tell us things we don’t want to hear.  Fr. Gregory is wise, experienced, […]

Interview with Adam DeVille on Self-Care as Asceticism

Join Fr. Anthony in Hartwell, GA as he talks with Professor Adam DeVille (University of Saint Francis, Fort Wayne, IN) about proper and improper ways of framing self-care, why it is so easy to get it wrong, and why it is important to get it right. Dr. DeVille is the author of Everything Hidden Shall […]

Professor George Stavros (BU) on Clergy Self Care

Join Fr. Anthony Perkins in Hartwell, GA as he talks with Professor George Stavros (Boston University) about the internal and external factors that put clergy at risk and how that risk can be mitigated by fellowship, support, and the life in Christ. See Professor Savros’ article on the subject here: https://publicorthodoxy.org/2020/11/19/clergy-at-risk/. Check out this episode!

Homily (and some music): Believe, Be at Peace, and Get it Done!

In the homily on St. Luke 12:16-21 (the rich man investing poorly), Fr. Anthony reminds us of the universal goal for humanity and all humans, why it needs to get done, and why we shouldn’t be anxious about it (despite it’s cosmic importance).  I’d share his notes, but they have nothing to do with what […]

Homily: Let Go of Everything and Be with God

Ephesians: 4:1-7; St. Luke: 18:18-27.  In this (much shorter!) homily, Fr. Anthony encourages us to let go of everything, be with God, and then allow the resulting peace pattern everything else.  Enjoy the show! Check out this episode!

Horus Heresy, the Warp, and Orthodoxy

This is the audio from Fr. Anthony’s 7 November 2020 livestream discussion with longtime listener Colin Penfold (from Australia!).  Join them as they talk about Warhammer, Chaos, and the love of God.  Enjoy the show! Check out this episode!