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Anna Seghers
17/04/2024

The German writer and political figure Anna Seghers was born in Mainz, in a bourgeois family. Her first stories appeared in the middle of the 1920s, and in the first story, "Grubetsch," she clearly reflected the reality. In the novel "Die Ziegler," she presented the tragic fate of a small man. The suffering of the Ziegler family of artisans has a direct connection to the German bourgeois reality of that time. Seghers centers her attention not only on the victims of social injustice, but also on those who fight against it.

 

Eighteenth Day of Eastertide
17/04/2024

The Day in the Liturgical Calendar

Acts 10:24-48, 1 Pet. 3:1-9, Jn. 4:1-23

Gregory of Skevra, From the Instruction on the True Faith and Virtuous Pure Life
16/04/2024

Readings From the Church Fathers

Gregory of Skevra, From the Instruction on the True Faith and Virtuous Pure Life

Identity and Confession
16/04/2024

The example of the culture as well as the national and religious self-perception of Sassoun’s converted non-Christian and Arabic-speaking Christian Armenians. The Christian faith and Armenian language as pillars of Armenian identity. The “Arabic” identity invented for the purpose of survival. The strong community ties and isolated life of Sassoun Armenians in Turkey.

  • Speaker: Sofia Hakobyan
  • Host: Deacon Vardan Aslanyan
Georg Philipp Telemann
16/04/2024

The episode is dedicated to the life and work of George Telemann, a German composer and kapellmeister of the 17th-18th centuries. He was considered an “enlightener” of music: he was the organizer of the first secular concerts and the founder of the first “musical societies.” His rich art spans all genres of his time.

Seventeenth Day of Eastertide
16/04/2024

The Day in the Liturgical Calendar

Acts 10:1-23, 1 Pet. 2:18-25, Jn. 3:22-36

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World Classical Music
The show presents the masterpieces of classics in performance of distinguished musicians, as well as provides comprehensive information about the lives and works of composers and performers, their role and influence on further development of...
Hour of Tales
The first encounter of each of us with good and evil begins from tales for children. Good wins, because it is God-given. Tales teach us to love, appreciate beauty, fight for justice, and empathize.