Best Liturgical podcasts we could find (Updated May 2019)
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The Liturgy Guys
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A Catholic podcast that tells you everything you wanted to know about the Mass and more!
 
A weekly sermon from the English liturgical services (usually Evensong) at St Mary's Anglican Cathedral, Kuala Lumpur.
 
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Open Your Hymnal
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Through interviews with composers, text writers, and more, "Open Your Hymnal" explores the most consequential liturgical music heard in churches around the world.
 
New podcast weblog
 
“I recognize the importance of communications and evangelization, the use of all tools possible to get out the Good News.” —Bishop Burbidge In his threefold role of teaching, sanctifying and governing, Bishop Burbidge is committed to articulating the Good News through all available media. He posts a daily meditation on Twitter (@BishopBurbidge), many of his homilies are available on YouTube, and he enjoys giving video reflections for important events, key Church campaigns, and significant li ...
 
The Gottesdienst Crowd fosters confessional integrity, liturgical preservation, and preaching that doesn't stink.
 
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Meet & Right
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‘Meet & Right’ is a podcast that dives into liturgical worship and how communion really begins after church. The pinnacle of my union with Christ is at the table of the Lord, but living this out and applying the power of the resurrected Lord to my life is how I grow as His child.
 
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Synaxis
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A synaxis is a liturgical gathering. It can also refer to an unveiling. The synaxis podcast is a weekly gathering hosted by Scott Jones for the purpose of finding the life giving, healing word of the Gospel in the words of the weekly lectionary passages. Join Scott Jones and his guests each week as they explore the lectionary texts together. This is the place for a Gospel rich, grace saturated and properly worldly lens on the week's lectionary passages, all in 25 minutes or less!
 
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The Plucked Chicken
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Confessional and Liturgical Recordings for the Struggling Evangelical
 
liturgy and music from an Episcopal/Anglican perspective
 
The weekly Sunday interdenominational worship service from Marsh Chapel, Boston University.
 
Epworth is a Wesleyan-Anglican church in Boise, Idaho. Our sermons are prepared on the foundation of the lectionary readings and in the context of the liturgical Christian calendar. Integrating each Sunday's lectionary readings, sermon, prayers, hymns and Holy Communion provides a coordinated and thoughtful whole, enabling the worshiper to integrate Christian faith with daily living.
 
We worship our living God utilizing contemporary, charismatic, liturgical, contemporary and traditional approaches during our service. We anticipate encountering Jesus during our worship.
 
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Lit Liturgy
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Once a month Lydia and Becca focus on a lectionary or liturgical aspect of worship and discuss creative things you can do in worship or in the life of the congregation in "What's Brewing?". Each episode also include Scripture Shots with a quick creative thing you can do each week based on the Revised Common Lectionary and a Chaser which is a shout out to another resource you can turn to for creative worship. All this is done with some favorite or punny beer, cider, wine or alcohol suggestions.
 
Podcasts for Sundays and Holy Days throughout the Liturgical Year
 
An exploration of all things liturgical and theological, hosted by Luke Brawner and Jacob Breeze.
 
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All Saints Church
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All Saints Church - A Reformational and Covenantal Congregation serve Christ the King in the Lancaster, Pennsylvania region. We are congregation in fellowship with the Communion of Reformed Evangelical Churches.
 
You’ve got questions about sacred music? Here’s your chance to learn what the Church teaches and envisions for music in the sacred liturgy. Welcome to Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast with your hosts Peter Carter and Dr. Jennifer Donelson. We address topics of interest both to priests and liturgical musicians, as well as a general audience of Catholics interested in learning more about the Catholic Church’s teachings and treasury of sacred music. Our topics range from discussion of Chu ...
 
saint benedict's table is a church community in the Anglican tradition, deeply involved at the intersection of faith and culture. Along with presenting occasional lectures and workshops, we always post the weekly Sunday evening sermon. Inspired by what Robert Webber calls "the ancient-future," we draw deeply on the great liturgical, theological and spiritual traditions of the church as we explore new ground, new music, new ideas and new futures. Visit us at stbenedictstable.ca
 
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Emmaus Way Podcast
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Podcast of the weekly worship gathering of Emmaus Way
 
St. Augustine's is a lively new church in the diverse Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas. Subscribe here to listen to our sermons each week. We post sermons most Sunday afternoons.
 
The Opinionated Tailor is a glimpse into the colorful world of Krista West, ecclesiastical tailor, priest's wife, and mother. In her podcasts, she discusses any and all matters pertaining to Orthodox church vesture, parish life, motherhood, and faith.
 
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CommunionArts
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Join us as we explore artistry, theology and culture and how these elements of life commune together shaping who we are. We speak with people from varying vocations, traditions and experiences, exploring their unique perspectives and how they might inform our own. This podcast is a project of CommunionArts, an organization that exists to equip churches with training and creative resources and empowers artists to create fulfilling works that enrich their communities. Visit CommunionArts.org t ...
 
The Feast of Corpus Christi ( Latin for " Body of Christ ") is the Roman Rite liturgical solemnity celebrating the real presence of the body and blood of Jesus Christ , the Son of God , in the Eucharist —known as transubstantiation. Two months earlier, the Eucharist is observed on Maundy Thursday in a somber atmosphere leading to Good Friday. The liturgy on that day also commemorates Christ's washing of the disciples' feet, the institution of the priesthood and the agony in the Garden of Get ...
 
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Solomon's Porch PHX
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Here you will find sermons from the clergy and guest speakers at Solomon's Porch, PHX. Solomon's Porch is a progressive Christian Church in Phoenix, AZ. Visitors will find that our services are rooted in the traditional liturgical setting but have a decidedly modern feel. We meet every Sunday at 6pm for Worship, Word and Communion. We would love to have you join us! Check out our website for more information! www.SolomonsPorchPhx.com
 
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Christ Crucified
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Christ Crucified podcasts are the recordings of the Divine Service at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Walnut Illinois. It is here where He calls and gathers His precious flock to hear His Word and receive His saving Sacraments. It is through these sacred means that our gracious Lord kindles and strengthens faith in the hearts of sinful men thereby bestowing everlasting life. May your heart and mind be opened by His Holy Spirit that you might joyfully receive His gifts of forgiveness, life, a ...
 
Divine Intimacy Radio is a haven of rest and wellspring of spiritual life for those seeking intimacy with God and the enlightened path of Catholic mystical and ascetical wisdom. Weekly we will explore topics like prayer, spiritual direction, meditation, contemplation, holiness, and much more.
 
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Cantor Azi Schwartz
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Azi Schwartz is the Cantor and Music Director of the Park Avenue Synagogue in New York City - the flagship of Jewish liturgical music in the United States. Cantor Schwartz serves on the faculty of the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music at HUC-JIR in New York City, on the faculty of H.L. Miller Cantorial School at the Jewish Theological Seminary, and on the faculty of the cantorial school of Abraham Geiger College in Berlin. Born and raised in Israel, Cantor Azi Schwartz has sung with pre ...
 
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Sermons
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Tune in for weekly sermons from Fr. Greg and other preachers at Anglican Church of the Epiphany
 
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Simple
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Conversations about living well and ignoring the rest — with author and host Tsh Oxenreider.
 
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How-to Catholic
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Be saints - it's worth it!
 
From the St. Paul Center, the Road to Emmaus with Scott Hahn presents the deeply biblical roots of Catholic teaching and practice. Join him to learn how Sacred Scripture forms and informs our notions of morality and spirituality, liturgy and the sacraments, and so much more.
 
A discussion on beauty in art and culture and its place in the Catholic faith.
 
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Sing to the Lord
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Exploring the Many Facets of Orthodox Liturgical Singing - A program devoted to exploring Orthodox liturgical singing and related topics. We will explore the theology of singing and Orthodox worship over the centuries, different types of hymns and genres, the origins and structures of various chant systems, and the various hymnographers and composers.
 
Ecclesiology is the study (or theology) of the church. What it is, how it operates, how it best honors God and helps His people. Practical Ecclesiology is a podcast for church leaders and laypeople alike, about how the local church can stay biblically faithful. The podcast is hosted by Pastor Michael Foster. If you love the church, this is the podcast for you.
 
Divine Intimacy Radio is a haven of rest and wellspring of spiritual life for those seeking intimacy with God and the enlightened path of Catholic mystical and ascetical wisdom. Weekly we will explore topics like prayer, spiritual direction, meditation, contemplation, holiness, and much more.
 
Sermons from Cascade Church Portland
 
Conversations at the intersection of politics, religion, and culture: Commonweal Magazine editor Dominic Preziosi hosts The Commonweal Podcast, a regular compendium of in-depth interviews, discussions, and profiles presented by Commonweal’s editors and contributors.
 
Presenting engaging conversation with leaders and students on contemporary issues of importance in the Orthodox Church
 
Listen as the Rev. Dr. Paul Gaston, Acting Dean of Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, Ohio interviews leaders, teachers, thinkers and artists.
 
Daily Scripture Readings of the Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar
 
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Faith and Honor
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Hear the faith of ages
 
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Maccabee Society
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A Podcast for Men : Be the Maccabee
 
A guided meditation and prayer through the use of song, liturgy, scripture, readings, and silent meditation.
 
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Unapologetics
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The voice of capital-T Tradition- "the faith of our fathers," the "democracy of the dead," and our civilizational inheritance- is being obscured by the rote drumbeat of modernity and her militants. To love God, His Church, and the principles that formed the very civilization we inhabit is considered retrograde and outmoded. Unapologetics is a podcast dedicated to loosing our culture from the chains of capitulation and reasserting the faith and morals that will save its soul. Stefanie Nichola ...
 
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Ask a Catholic Dude
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Millennial Catholic dude. Taking any questions on the Catholic faith, with a fresh perspective. | This podcast was created in Anchor. To make your own podcast for free, visit https://anchor.fm/ask-a-catholic-dude
 
The J.W. Pepper podcast is your source for full-length recordings of the best new titles hand-selected by our editors. We review over 21,000 new titles every year, checking ranges, difficulty, playability and more. Be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss an episode!Need to see the score? Log in to Editors’ Choice to see the entire score while you listen: https://www.jwpepper.com/ec
 
The full service of Bethany Lutheran Church, Naperville, IL (outside of Chicago), a member of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod (LCMS). Our church is a confessional, liturgical Lutheran church with excellent music focusing on Christ crucified for our sins.
 
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Xt3 Podcast: Take-20
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Welcome to Xt3's Take 20 podcast! We've all got 20 minutes somewhere in the day, so plug in, download, sit back with two of the best podcasting priests around. Every week we are joined by either Fr Anthony Percy, the rector of the Seminary of the Good Shepherd, or Fr Richard Aladics, chaplain of Campion College, to discuss anything and everything. From liturgical events to feast days,spirituality and prayer to sexuality and ethics, a current affairs all the way to the catechism - it's all pu ...
 
Discussions on Church matters from News to Liturgical and historical topics
 
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Topics covered in the show: Is holding hands in Mass ok? What do I do about liturgical abuse in my parish? Resources: Spiritualdirection.com - website Avila-Institute.org/events - website EWTN Global Catholic Radio Avila Institute for Spiritual Formation EWTN Religious Catalogue – online Apostoli Viae - website Sophia Institute – website Is Cen ...…
 
Following up on our episode of the 1979 Prayer Book revision and its apocalyptic consequences, we have a talk about the liturgical climate in the 1960s, especially as seen through the eyes of a traditionalist, W. H. Auden. A deeply committed and traditional Anglican, and one of the most famous poets of the 20th century, Auden has left us eyewit ...…
 
When I started officiating weddings I was shocked to learn that none of what we traditionally associate with weddings are necessary for people to get married. Vows? Nope. 1 Corinthians 13? Nuh uh. I do's? You don't. "I now pronounce you"? Nein. All that you need to do to make it official is fill out the paperwork with a couple of witnesses. You ...…
 
It’s hard to think of any book of the Bible more misunderstood than Revelation. But you might know more about the Book of Revelation than you think. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn recounts a fateful airport encounter and details the connections he made between the New Testament and the sacrifice of the Mass. Special thanks go ...…
 
Welcome to the Liturgical Lowdown for the month of May! In this episode host, Lisa Cotter will be giving you insights, histories, and ideas on how to celebrate and integrate the liturgical life of the Catholic Church into your life this month. SHOWNOTES You can find the books, movies, and items we recommended on this episode, along with even mo ...…
 
More audio by Jon Kaus Date: 5/12/2019By Jon Kaus.
 
From a leadership seminar with Trinity Presbyterian Church (CREC), Valparaiso FL. More audio by Dr. Gregg Strawbridge Date: 5/10/2019By Dr. Gregg Strawbridge.
 
John 11: The Bad News About the Weight of Glory John 11:35-37 - Jesus wept. Then the Jews said, “See how He loved him!” And some of them said, “Could not this Man, who opened the eyes of the blind, also have kept this man from dying?” (NKJV) I. Bear the Weight of Glory When God Crushes You with It. (vv. 1-16) Jesus could have saved Lazarus (Pon ...…
 
Psalms 148:1–13 (HCSB) Hallelujah! Praise the LORD from the heavens; praise Him in the heights. 2 Praise Him, all His angels; praise Him, all His hosts. 3 Praise Him, sun and moon; praise Him, all you shining stars. 4 Praise Him, highest heavens, and you waters above the heavens. 5 Let them praise the name of Yahweh, for He commanded, and they ...…
 
Part 2 from a leadership seminar with Trinity Presbyterian Church (CREC), Valparaiso FL. More audio by Dr. Gregg Strawbridge Date: 5/11/2019By Dr. Gregg Strawbridge.
 
Join Dan and Stephanie Burke as they discuss questions on distractions during prayer, spiritual dryness, and temptation during prayer. Topics covered in the show: How long does spiritual dryness usually last? What to do when being tempted in prayer? What to do when distracted in prayer? Resources: Spiritualdirection.com - website Avila-Institut ...…
 
On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn helps us consider Mary’s queenship and her role in our salvation. Popular culture may have us believe that queens hold next to no power outside the realm of fairy tales, but nothing could be further from the reality contained in God’s Kingdom. Learn More Get more on Mary from Scott Hahn in his b ...…
 
My guest is Glenn Stallsmith. Glenn is a pastor who serves two United Methodist Churches in rural North Carolina. He's also a ThD student at Duke Divinity School. We discuss the Lectionary texts for Sixth Sunday of Easter (C): Acts 16:9-15, Revelation 21:10, 22-22:5, and John 14:23-29 and John 5:1-9. Special Guest: Glenn Stallsmith.…
 
This week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast includes: A reflection on Memorial Day and the sacrifice of our fallen soldiers How you can help advance the communications efforts of the Diocese Bishop Burbidge responds to Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School’s controversial decision to highlight same-sex unions in it’s alumni publication Wh ...…
 
In this episode, Michael interviews Pastor Chris Wiley about his conversion, urban ministry, and getting and keeping masculine men in the church.By City's Gate Media.
 
Springtime is a time of hope and promise! In this season we should offer thanks to the Risen Lord, for all He has done and bring to Him all that we need.By Michael F. Burbidge.
 
Mary's answer yes to the call from God, serves as a profound witness to all. May we thank her as well as our earthly mother on this day.By Michael F. Burbidge.
 
This week The Liturgy Guys talk about Gothic Architecture. Support us at Patreon.com/Liturgy Register for our Young Adult Liturgy Conference here. This podcast is a production of the Liturgical Institute. Earn a degree that refreshes your soul and renews the Church.By The Liturgical Institute.
 
"Then whoever was born a poet became an architect... in the direction of architecture,—gushed forth through that art, and its Iliads assumed the form of cathedrals." - Victor Hugo This week's episode comes from Rome, where we discuss the heritage and perspective that architecture gives to the Catholic faith. We discuss the recent fire at Notre ...…
 
Friendships: in this chat Tsh and Katherine talk about why we need to take the time for them even when life is busy, plus little ways we can better cultivate them. (The Internet, for all its foibles, can also be a really beautiful breeding ground for cultivating some of our best friends!) They also park a bit on the legacy of Rachel Held Evans, ...…
 
Topics covered in the show: Is it ok to use something other than the gospels for mental prayer? How do you deal with discouragement? How do you deal with feeling abandoned? Resources: Spiritualdirection.com - website Avila-Institute.org/events - website EWTN Global Catholic Radio Avila Institute for Spiritual Formation EWTN Religious Catalogue ...…
 
Topics covered in the show: Is it ok to use something other than the gospels for mental prayer? How do you deal with discouragement? How do you deal with feeling abandoned? Resources: Spiritualdirection.com - website Avila-Institute.org/events - website EWTN Global Catholic Radio Avila Institute for Spiritual Formation EWTN Religious Catalogue ...…
 
Becca and Lydia talk about Thursday at the Festival of Homiletics where they heard Traci Blackmon preach on the road of the Good Samaritan and talk about social justice preaching, Yvette Flunder preach on Easter and Jesus breaking out of the tomb and Sarah Ciavarri talk about how to use Brene Brown in preaching, plus poetry by Natasha Trethewey.…
 
Listen in to our new liturgical flow in action as we create space for grief, the release of shame and a celebration of joy. ((Some moments of silence have been edited out of the podcast to avoid confusion on if the podcast was still playing))By Cascade Church Portland.
 
Michael gives a quick update on the podcast and its new format.By City's Gate Media.
 
David and Ian fill the listeners in about their idea for a special project for Easter 2020. They need your help! Read more »By riteandmusical.org.
 
Some reflections on Wednesday at the Festival of Homiletics as Lydia and Becca hear sermons, lectures and workshops by Brian McLaren, William Lamar, Cynthia Hale, Will Willimon
 
Novelist Alice McDermott, a self-described “contrarian Catholic,” speaks about her forays into op-ed writing. Pulitzer-prize winning author Paul Harding expatiates on his love of Karl Barth and the literary qualities of the Bible. Mockingbird Ministries’ David Zahl diagnoses our modern spiritual malaise and our foolhardy quest for “enoughness.”…
 
Forum Podcast: How Music Gets Made at Trinity How Music Gets Made at Trinity May 12, 2019 Kristine Caswelch, Soprano Todd Wilson, Director of Music Brian Sickbert, Trinity Vestry, Vestry Arts Committee, Chair and Board of Directors, Music and Art at Trinity Cathedral, Chair Todd Wilson and Kristine Caswelch discuss the liturgical music program ...…
 
In this Gottescast, The Gottesdienst Crowd discusses the Feast of the Ascension of our Lord. Ben Ball (pastor of St. Paul Lutheran Church, Hamel, IL) joins us for the discussion. If you're interested in the GottesTour: https://www.gottesdienst.org/oberammergau-2020 You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subscribe/ Y ...…
 
A minisode of some thoughts about the first two days of awesomeness at the Festival of Homiletics.
 
In biblical studies, typology is the principle that examines how the Old Testament prefigures and foreshadows the New. As St. Augustine says, “the Old Testament is fulfilled in the New, and the New is concealed in the Old.” Scott Hahn unpacks the Ark of the Covenant as a type for Mary in this episode of The Road to Emmaus. Learn More The Bible ...…
 
Rev. Fr. Jude Orakwe is a lecturer at the music department of Anambra State University (a.k.a. Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University). He is also the founder and director of Shanahan Institute of Music of Onitsha Archdiocese (for adults) as well as of the George Handel Music Academy (for the children) of St. Joseph’s Parish Odoakpu Onitsha. He ...…
 
A sermon for the 4th Sunday in Eastertide on Psalm 23 and John 10:22-30, by Rachel Twigg BoyceBy saint benedict's table.
 
My guest is Matt Tebbe. He co-founded Gravity Leadership, and is planting a church, The Table Indy, in the northeast suburbs of Indianapolis. We discuss the lectionary passages for the Fifth Sunday of Easter (C): Acts 11:1-18, Revelation 21:1-6, John 13:31-35. Special Guest: Matt Tebbe.By Scott Jones.
 
This podcast contains The Preaching of the Gospel for Jubilate, The Third Sunday after Easter, 12 May Anno Domini 2019, by Pastor Brian Heller. Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Walnut, IL.
 
A Mini-sode of just the June shots!
 
Graduates Jonathan L. Allen, Carolyn Hoffman, Denise-Nicole Stone, Katherine Ward, and Karey B. Statin deliver the annual "This I Believe" meditations on what their faith has meant to them while studying at Boston University. The Marsh Chapel Choir sings "Rejoice in the Lamb" arranged by Benjamin Britten along with service music and hymns.…
 
In which our Eastertide resident artist Marie Curran invites us into another lovely and resurrection-haunted essay: the Prologue from Jessie van Eerden's The Long Weeping. Holding it up against the otherwise resurrection practices introduced the previous week, we look for our place within it's bracing directive: "Don't waste time on water that ...…
 
By Fr, George Ratzmann (Chris Michael).
 
Acts 9:36-43Psalm 100Revelation 9:7-19John 10:22-30By Rev. Dr. Brook Thelander.
 
It’s our “May Crowning” episode! We’re continuing our celebration of the treasury of devotional songs written in honor of the Blessed Mother with a hybrid show: part interview, part special feature. To help us out, we’re speaking with composer Lorraine Hess about her setting of the “Memorare” prayer. In addition to featuring her song, you’ll he ...…
 
This week The Liturgy Guys talk about the appendix of The Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy which is about the date of Easter. Read the whole document here - http://bit.ly/2EI5Nbl Support us at Patreon.com/Liturgy Register for our Young Adult Liturgy Conference here. This podcast is a production of the Liturgical Institute. Earn a degree that ...…
 
What’s important about learning the names of things like flowers, trees, frogs — the stuff we usually drive by and don’t think about? Andrea’s loved nature since she was a kid, but she’s re-embraced this side of her as a city-dwelling adult. She gets into why paying attention to nature is important, and also shares practical tips for getting in ...…
 
Topics covered in the show: Is holding hands in Mass ok? What do I do about liturgical abuse in my parish? Resources: Spiritualdirection.com - website Avila-Institute.org/events - website EWTN Global Catholic Radio Avila Institute for Spiritual Formation EWTN Religious Catalogue – online Apostoli Viae - website Sophia Institute – website Is Cen ...…
 
In episode 16 I sit down with former worship leader and podcast host Debi Winrich. We discuss her transition from worship leader at a non denominational church into a liturgical Lutheran church, her podcast the Soul of Christianity, and the concept of vocation. To learn more about Debi’s podcast, The Soul of Christianity, you can follow along o ...…
 
In this Gottescast, The Gottesdienst Crowd discusses the proper place of the Lutheran choir within the Divine Service and the Lutheran mind. Sean Daenzer (pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Great Bend, ND, and Peace Lutheran Church, Barney, ND) joins us for the discussion. You can subscribe to the Journal here: https://www.gottesdienst.org/subs ...…
 
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