Below you will find additional interviews and audio links concerning the work of the Assembly of Bishops.
OCN Interviews His Grace Bishop Basil
September 18, 2012
His Grace Bishop Basil, Secretary of the Assembly of Bishops, joins Fr. Chris by telephone to update the faithful on a very productive meeting of the Hierarchs during their recent meeting in Chicago.
OCN Interviews Fr. Mark Arey
March 18, 2011
On OCN NOW, Fr. Chris gets an update on the Assembly of Canonical Bishops with Fr. Mark Arey.
This week on Just Thinking, His Grace Bishop Savas of Troas speaks with Fr. Christopher about the recent Meeting of the Episcopal Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Hierarchs of North and Central America.
This special video was recorded in Oklahoma City, June 17, 2010, at the Parish Life Conference of the Diocese of Wichita and Mid-America. In this 45 minute address, His Grace Bishop Basil explains for the gathered faithful the historic importance of the May meeting of American canonical bishops from all the Orthodox jurisdictions in New York City, and the path forward for all the Orthodox Christians of this land.
Bishop Basil and the Episcopal Assembly
June 12, 2010
AFR correspondent Matthew Namee talks with His Grace Bishop Basil, the newly elected Secretary of the Episcopal Assemblies. We learn of his impressions of the historic May 26-28 gathering in New York as well as the assignment he has been given to coordinate the work of the committees that will be formed leading up eventually to a Great and Holy Council.
Unraveling the Episcopal Assembly with Fr. Mark Arey
June 10, 2010
Ancient Faith Radio presents an extensive interview with Fr. Mark Arey. The discussion centers on the first Episcopal Assembly meeting in New York on May 26-28, 2010. You will hear first hand what took place behind the closed doors of the Assembly and how it impacts all of us for the future. Fr. Mark is the current General Secretary of SCOBA (the Standing Conference of Orthodox Bishops in America) and was the initial Secretary of the Assembly in New York. He was one of very few non-Bishops in the meetings.