Audio Visual Materials
Elder Cleopa - On
Prayer - Video
The name and personality of Elder Cleopa of Romania is today known not only in his homeland but also throughout the world. Father Cleopa was born in 1912 in the town of Soulitsa and district of Botosani into a pious village family and named Constantine. His parents were called Alexander and Anna and he was the ninth of their ten children. The religious upbringing that he and all his siblings received from childhood as well as their great inclination toward the monastic life were so strong that five of the ten children, along with their mother in her later years, took up the monastic life and were clothed in the monastic Schema.
The first duty Father Cleopa sought from the faithful was the devout preservation of the Orthodox Faith, meaning all of the dogmas and mysteries of the Holy Orthodox Church, for without true Faith, even if all possible good works are performed, no one can be saved.
Saint Theophan the Recluse -The Path of Prayer (Four Sermons on Prayer)
Metropolitan KALLISTOS Ware - What is Prayer?
A Lecture given at Seattle Pacific University in 2008
His Excellency, the Most Reverend Metropolitan Kalistos (Ware) of Diokleia (b. 1934, also known by his lay name, Timothy Ware) is a titular metropolitan of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Great Britain. From 1966-2001, he was Spalding Lecturer of Eastern Orthodox Studies at Oxford University, and has authored numerous books and articles pertaining to the Orthodox Christian faith.
Speaker Kostas Zalalas
Great contemporary theolgian. He is well versed in ancient and Koine Greek. Has read the original writings of the Father's in Greek, and is very true to the faith.
On Prayer Audio
A video of a seminar given by Fr. Aris Metrakos of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church San Francisco, CA, at Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral In Greenville, SC
Prior to coming to San Francisco, Father Aris served the community of Holy Trinity in Columbia, South Carolina. He also served as an Orthodox Christian chaplain to the University of South Carolina, and served the Orthodox Christian Fellowship chapter he founded. Father Aris was ordained to the Diaconate in January 1988, and to the Holy Priesthood in January 1989. Following ordination, he also served parishes in the Metropolises of Boston and Atlanta, prior to his assignment in Columbia, South Carolina. Father Aris holds a Master of Divinity (Summa Cum Laude) from Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline, MA.