Homily: On False vs. Real Unity and How to Work Towards the Latter

In this homily on Ephesians 2: 14-22, Fr. Anthony talks about the difference between blessed unity (in Christ) and cursed unity (through tyranny or universalism) and the role humility plays in the Mystery of becoming One as God is One.   The first seventeen minutes are snapshot of the beauty of the worship at Holy Resurrection […]

Homily – Politics and How to Get out of the Ditch

In this homily on the Good Samaritan, Fr. Anthony lets slip which political tribe he is in and how his dedication to it helped put him in the ditch (along with everyone else).  The main point, though is that we ARE in the ditch and need Christ to get us out.  Enjoy the show! Check […]

Homily: The Gospel and the Crisis of Institutional Legitimacy

In this homily on Lazarus and the Rich Man (Luke 16:19-31), Fr. Anthony continues on the theme of authenticity, noting how the Gospel IS the response to chaos and the lack of reliable institutions.  [Yes, he preached on the same Gospel last week; then he was on the revised lectionary at Christ the Savior Antiochian […]

Homily: We Cannot Love What We Cannot See

In this homily on First Corinthians 12:27-13:8 (on gifts and love) and St. Luke 16:19-31 (the rich man and Lazarus), Fr. Anthony encourages us to cultivate humility so that we can see the beauty in others.  Without this, even our best words and actions will be off the mark.  Enjoy the show! Check out this […]

COVID, Vaccines, Orthodoxy and Discernment in an Age of Deception

Join Fr. Anthony next to his back porch in Hartwell, Georgia, as he talks with scientist, theologian, professor, Associate Dean, and evangelist, Gayle Woloschak, PhD, DMin (Northwestern University) about COVID, vaccines, and discernment.  This is a recording of Fr. Anthony’s livestream from 10/24/2020. Check out this episode!

Live Not By Lies; a conversation on authenticity

In this recording of Fr. Anthony’s livestream, he and Fr. Gregory Jensen talk about authenticity and Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s (and Rod Dreher’s) advice to “live not by lies.”  Enjoy the show! Check out this episode!

Homily on the Absurdity of the Gospel

In St. Luke 5:1-11 Christ calls fisherman to be his disciples, in this homily Fr. Anthony reflects on how absurd it is that He didn’t use angels or Greek philosophers to be his messengers and evangelists, going on to describe the implications for us as we evangelize and pastor our neighbors (and ourselves).  Enjoy the […]

On Transcendent Introspection and Loving our Enemies

This is a recording of Fr. Anthony Perkins’ Livestream from 10 October 2020.  In it, he continues the themes from his discussion with Fr. Gregory Jensen on transcendent introspection and a good test of our relationship with Christ (and complexity): can we love President Trump AND Antifa?  Enjoy the show! Check out this episode!

Homily – we cannot love commodities

In this homily on St. Luke 6:31-36, Fr. Anthony develops the idea that that our inability to love well is a result of the way we objectify and commodify things, our neighbor, and the Church. Enjoy the show! Homily: Loving vs. Commodifying (St. Luke 6:31-36) Introduction: missing the point It is hard for us to […]

Livestream on Civil Society, Culture, and Discernment

Audio recording of Fr. Anthony’s Livestream from 10/3/2020.  In it, he warms up with a talk about civil society, moves on to parish culture, and finishes with a bit on discernment and prelest.  Enjoy the show! Check out this episode!