The Antiochian Archdiocese places a high priority on outreach and communication through a variety of mediums. This is particularly demonstrated by Ancient Faith Ministries, which encompasses both Ancient Faith Publishing and Ancient Faith Radio, an online streaming radio station. Ancient Faith Publishing, formerly Conciliar Press, has been a witness of Orthodox Christianity in the English-speaking world for over thirty years. Ancient Faith Radio broadcasts both Orthodox music and talk in two separate streams twenty-four hours a day.
Listen here to an extensive hour-long audio interview by Ancient Faith Radio of Patriarch John X and Metropolitan Joseph, addressing a wide range of subjects including Syria, the Assembly of Bishops, Evangelism, and the future vision for the Antiochian Orthodox Church.
See our enthronement section for all information regarding the Enthronement of Metropolitan Joseph and the visit of Patriarch John X.
Archpriest Thomas Zain Interviewed by Ancient Faith Radio on the Enthronement of Metropolitan Joseph
Fr. Thomas Zain of Brooklyn's St. Nicholas Cathedral, and Vicar General of the Antiochian Archdiocese, reflects in a wide-ranging audio interview on the historic significance of the enthronement of His Eminence Metropolitan Joseph coming on December 6; the visits of His Beatitude John X, Patriarch of Antioch and All the East, and metropolitans and representatives from across the worldwide Antiochian Church; the process that has unfolded since the repose of His Eminence Metropolitan Philip of blessed memory; specific plans for the weekend; and more.
Ancient Faith Publishing (formerly known as Conciliar Press) has released their 2014 Christmas Catalog. Four new designs for Christmas cards are available, as well as popular sets from previous years. A beautiful array of Orthodox Christmas ornaments are in this year's selection of holiday items as well.
One of the perennial favorites from Ancient Faith is the yearly icon calendar. This year's theme, "Icons of the Virgin Mary," features the work of contemporary American iconographers, in both Julian and New Calendar versions. The 11" X 12" full-color calendar is organized with large calendar boxes for recording important date reminders. Major saint and feast days traditionally celebrated in Orthodox countries around the world are listed.