Fr Danislav Re-revisited

Selected podcasts refashioned into book form = We Came, We Saw, We Converted.

It’s not a book specifically about American Orthodox Converts — rather, it’s a book about perpetual conversion in Christ.

What’s next?

Selected podcasts re-refashioned into …

The AUDIO BOOK.

In other words (actually, in the same words) I’ve re-recorded all of the podcasts that make up We Came, We Saw, We Converted for the forthcoming audio book titled, naturally, We Came, We Saw, We Converted.

In a way, I suppose, this “book” is a revert.
(Small pun, that.)

As a precursor to the arrival of the audio bookWe Came, We Saw, We Converted — I’ve re-recorded the popular interview with Fr Danislav Gregorio concerning his book An Empty Church is a Peaceful Church

Wherein Fr Danislav laments:

— People showing up late for Liturgy

— Skimpy clothing sported by females

— Lipstick on icons

and, among other things …

— Crossing one’s legs in church

The Orthodixie Podcast on Ancient Faith Radio.

Stay tuned …

Next week’s Orthodixie Podcast features a follow-up interview with Fr Danislav concerning his latest book: Speedy Sacraments for Liturgical Losers.

As noted at the beginning of this week’s podcast — Many of you have, no doubt, heard of the recent and unexpected passing of Archpriest Matthew MacKay of St Joseph Church here in Houston. Fr Matthew and I’d been friends for about 15 years. He loved to laugh and, better yet, he was one of the funniest men I’ve ever known. I will miss him. I say this prior to this week’s episode of the Orthodixie Podcast mainly because it seems fitting, especially when one is going to act silly, to explain why we must go on with the show.

Here follows a re-mastered version of my interview with Fr Danislav Gregorio — about his book An Empty Church is a Peaceful Church – taken from the forthcoming audio book We Came, We Saw, We Converted.

Also, stay tuned … next week Fr Danislav speaks about his latest book, Speedy Sacraments for Liturgical Losers.

(It is that one – it only seems right – that I shall dedicate to Fr Matthew’s Memory.)

May his memory be eternal!

And may God grant you and yours long life.

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