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Readings from under the Grapevine:
Inspirational Stories for Children of All Ages

Enjoy readings by Dr. Chrissi Hart, author of Under the Grapevine: A Miracle by Saint Kendeas of Cyprus (Conciliar Press, 2006). A chartered clinical psychologist from England, she now lives in York, PA with her husband and two children, where they attend St. John Chrysostom Antiochian Orthodox Church. Born in Cyprus, Chrissi now writes stories for children from her cultural heritage that are inspiring and spiritually uplifting. This program/podcast will concentrate on Orthodox Christian books and other classic literature from a variety of sources.
You can listen in on Saturdays (8:00am CT/9:00am ET and 6:00pm CT/7:00pm ET) or Thursdays (6:00pm CT/7:00pm ET).



Readings from Under The Grapevine - Program 4
Posted Friday, May 04, 2007
Chrissi reads The Blackbird’s Nest: Saint Kevin of Ireland by Jenny Schroedel (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2004)
and Basil’s Search for Miracles by Heather Zydek (part 2) (Conciliar Press, 2007)

Readings from Under The Grapevine - Program 3
Posted Saturday, April 28, 2007
Chrissi reads The Life of St. Patrick: Enlightener of the Irish by Zachary Lynch, Conciliar Press,
2006 and Basil’s Search for Miracles by Heather Zydek part 1, Conciliar Press, 2007

Readings From Under The Grapevine - Program 2
Posted Saturday, April 21, 2007
Chrissi reads The Man and the Vine by Jane G. Meyer (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press),
The Monk Who Grew Prayer by Claire Brandenburg (Conciliar Press),
and the conclusion of The Boy, A Kitchen and His Cave by Catherine Contopoulos (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press).

Readings From Under The Grapevine - Program 1
Posted Saturday, April 14, 2007
In her inaugural broadcast, Chrissi reads her own composition for younger children - Under The Grapevine: A Miracle by St. Kendeas of Cyprus (Conciliar Press 2006) and for the older children part 1 of The Boy, A Kitchen and His Cave by Catherine K. Contopoulos (St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press 2002).

Interview with Chrissi Hart
Posted Monday, April 02, 2007
Chrissi reads her book as part of this interview and her new program is announced.

click on the link to hear a story:  http://ancientfaithradio.com/programs/grapevine





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Just listened to a few chapters from "Basil's Hunt for Miracles" during my morning walk.
Delightful!
I look forward to the next installment!
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I'm really enjoying the whole novel...AFR has really taken off in the last few months!

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My boys love listening to Basil's Hunt for Miracles too. I put my laptop on the little table between their beds so they can listen to it on Friday or Saturday night. Nice way for them to relax and fall asleep listening to a heart-warming story.

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"Ask Fr. Tom" should be coming out today on the "Illumined Heart" podcast....

David,

You were one of those who asked a question! Neat! Tamara

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Oh very cool! I have to check this out for the kiddos.