Best liturgical podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)
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Liturgical Institute
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Liturgical Institute
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Give and Take: A Guided Liturgical Meditation
 
A guided meditation and prayer through the use of song, liturgy, scripture, readings, and silent meditation.
 
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SQPN: Verbum Domini
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Daily Scripture Readings of the Roman Catholic Liturgical Calendar
 
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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.
 
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Marsh Chapel Sunday Services
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The weekly Sunday interdenominational worship service from Marsh Chapel, Boston University.
 
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St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Christian Church Lexington, Ma Podcast
 
Here you will find youth and main sermons given on Sundays... Recording of various homilies or guest speakers... Various Liturgical Services or chanting to the Glory of God... Bible Study Sessions... Orthodox Life Series topics
 
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Green Pastures with Jesus - Shepherd of the Lakes
 
Sermons, Worship, Teaching, and Prayers based upon the Word of God.
 
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Sermon Podcast - St. Augustine's Oak Cliff
 
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.
 
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SpeakingAnglican
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Modern Reflections on Ancient Traditions
 
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saint benedict's table
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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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Sermons and Bible Classes from St. John's Lutheran Chicago
 
Sermon and Bible Class Audio from St. John's Lutheran Chicago
 
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Saint William Catholic Church - Naples, FL
 
Podcasts for Sundays and Holy Days throughout the Liturgical Year
 
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Reformation Covenant Church Sermons
 
Weekly sermon podcast from Reformation Covenant Church in Oregon City, Oregon. Learn more about Reformation Covenant Church at www.reformationcovenant.org
 
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Emmaus Way Podcast
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Podcast of the weekly worship gathering of Emmaus Way
 
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Expanding your Faith
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Expanding your Faith is a weekly show hosted by Bishop Gregory Godsey and Fr. David Jennings. We will discuss hard hitting spiritual topics as well as conduct interviews with interesting people in and out of the Independent Sacramental Movement.
 
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CLC Radio Cleveland
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Christ Lutheran Church in Cleveland Ohio brings you liturgy, hymnody, prayer offices, Sermons, Bible studies and more.
 
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Monday Morning Catholic
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We're all in Catholic ministry...we love to share our opinions on Catholic topics...and we think we know how to solve every problem in the Catholic world! Join us as we either prove ourselves right --- or wrong. And remember...Everyday is a GOOD day to be a Monday Morning Catholic!
 
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American Catholic Radio
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American Catholic Radio is a weekly Catholic radio program, in the popular style of the Franciscans, featuring "Saint of the Day," "Living Faith," "Ask a Franciscan," "Minute Meditations" and "Exploring Our Faith." This show is funded by the U.S. Bishops' Catholic Communication Campaign and is geared toward the liturgical season.
 
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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 ...
 
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ChantCast
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Learn the Latin Mass chants and beautiful Latin hymns that are part of our Liturgical tradition!
 
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All Things Rite & Musical
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liturgy and music from an Episcopal/Anglican perspective
 
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All Things Rite & Musical
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liturgy and music from an Episcopal/Anglican perspective
 
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Bethany Presbyterian Church, Seattle WA
 
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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DeaconJoe's Homilies
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These are Homilies or Sermons delivered by Deacon Joe Dietz, filed by date and liturgical calendar.
 
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Emmaus Way Podcast
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Podcast of the weekly worship gathering of Emmaus Way
 
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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.
 
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St Mary's Cathedral Sermon Podcast
 
A weekly sermon from the English liturgical services (usually Evensong) at St Mary's Anglican Cathedral, Kuala Lumpur.
 
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Bethany Lutheran, Naperville, IL
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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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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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Epworth Chapel on the Green
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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.
 
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Coffee with Sister Vassa (Video)
 
A weekly video program hosted by Sr. Dr. Vassa Larin, a nun of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad and liturgiologist of the University of Vienna in Austria. The program offers engaging reflections on the Orthodox Church calendar of the current week, the lives of the saints, scriptural passages, and the Orthodox liturgical tradition.
 
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Solomon's Porch PHX
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Sermons from the clergy and guests of 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 3pm 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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Holy Family Podcast
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An exploration of all things liturgical and theological, hosted by Luke Brawner and Jacob Breeze.
 
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GodswolfProductions
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Discussions on Church matters from News to Liturgical and historical topics
 
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GodswolfProductions
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Discussions on Church matters from News to Liturgical and historical topics
 
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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.
 
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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 ...
 
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Walking In The Desert
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The podcast seeks to help re-Christianize society and by extension help to restore Christendom. It seeks above all things to articulately explain Church teaching to both Catholics and non-Catholics alike. It seeks to re-educate its listeners into a robust metaphysical foundation of reality in a thoroughly Thomistic sense. It seeks above all things to provide a thoroughly Catholic worldview. Furthermore the podcast like the parent website seeks to embrace what could be considered Traditional ...
 
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Looking to Sunday®
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The Podcast, LOOKING TO SUNDAY®, shows the connection between the Sunday Gospel Reading and daily life. The podcast is based on the assigned Gospel Reading for a particular Sunday in the liturgical calendar of the Roman Catholic Church. The podcast develops the thought contained in the weekly email message, LOOKING TO SUNDAY®, written by Fr. Tom Iwanowski.
 
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Pathways To Rome – Catholic Radio in South Carolina
 
Pathways to Rome: An Hour-long journey that brings Rome home to the local parishioner. Father Jeffrey Kirby is joined by Atticus (Gus) Killough and Kathy Kerfoot for a tour of the Vatican and how every artwork, building, or liturgical event can strengthen your understanding of Christianity and what lessons each of us on the local level might derive from the Center of the Catholic Faith.
 
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Audio Tour-Museum of the Almudena Cathedral (Madrid)
 
This museum houses a collection of liturgical items and religious art that helps to explain the history of the diocese of Madrid, the Cathedral and the patrons of the city: Santa María de la Almudena and San Isidro Labrador. We will visit different rooms of the cathedral and we can even go up to the dome from where we can enjoy extraordinary views of the city.
 
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Holy Trinity Edmonds
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Each podcast will include a few liturgical elements from our worship service as well as the sermon/homily. We include other elements of our worship service to help give some context to each message from scripture and to invite people into a glimpse of what it is like to worship with the people of HTE. We record the room in our services which allow you to feel like you are there with us, it also means that babies will cry and people will make some noise, we are all human after all!
 
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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 and More from St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Forestville, WI
 
Text: Mark 1:29-39 Liturgical Date: Epiphany 5 Calendar Date: February 5, 2018 Location: St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Forestville, WI
 
University of Saint Thomas & Saint Marys Seminary Ms. Kutarna info Alexis Kazimira Kutarna was born and raised in Canada and has been involved in church music ever since she was a young child. Ms. Kutarna earned the degree Master of Arts in Liturgy at The Liturgical Institute at the University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary, where s ...…
 
A daughter of a female pastor, Lis Valle shares her story of growing up in Puerto Rico. She first obtained her juris doctorate and practiced immigration law in Puerto Rico before starting Divinity school there. She came to the states to finish her MDIV at Louisville Seminary and later started her phd at Vanderbilt University in Homiletics and L ...…
 
Mandeville. LA – The 2018 NPR has now been officially released and it is a blueprint for the warfare state and its “conservative” media echo chamber boosters to use nuclear weapons on non-combatants as a PRE-EMPTIVE action. Pray, folks, these madmen are stopped before nuclear war is assured. PLUS Mike’s interview with Carrie Gress and […]…
 
We pass the liturgical baton with the help of our friend Nepsis. He is not a person but something that can help us become a person that partakes in the Divine nature.By fatherthomasloya@aol.com (Father Thomas Loya).
 
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Sermon Podcast – Centre Street Baptist Church
 
https://centrestreetbaptist.files.wordpress.com/2018/01/jan28.mp3 Sources: John R. Donahue, S.J. & Daniel J. Harrington, S.J. The Gospel of Mark (SP). Collegeville: Liturgical Press, 2002. R.T. France. The Gospel of Mark. (NIGTC). Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 2002. David E. Garland. Mark. (NIVAC). Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1996. Robert A. Guelich. Ma ...…
 
The archbishop of San Francisco and founder of the Benedict XVI Institute for Sacred Music and Divine Worship shares news about the institute and insight into the role beauty plays in the Christian life.Questions Covered:23:29 - I became Catholic because of the truth. There’s nothing more beautiful than a big family, but, it’s lonely out there. ...…
 
This week The Liturgy Guys talk about the last five theses on church architecture by Monsignor Francis Mannion. Also, you should read Chris' book which you can buy here. This podcast is a production of the Liturgical Institute. Earn a degree that refreshes your soul and renews the Church.
 
University of Saint Thomas & Saint Marys Seminary Ms. Kutarna info Alexis Kazimira Kutarna was born and raised in Canada and has been involved in church music ever since she was a young child. Ms. Kutarna earned the degree Master of Arts in Liturgy at The Liturgical Institute at the University of St. Mary of the Lake/Mundelein Seminary, where s ...…
 
The Super Bowl is not a part of the liturgical year, but that doesn’t mean it can’t have an impact on your youth ministry calendar. Each year, youth workers face a question: should we have a Super Bowl party or should we have youth group? And if we do have a Super Bowl party, what makes a good one? Where are the potential moments of tension for ...…
 
Are you looking for a new progressive way of stepping into and embracing the new you for the new year? Are you interested in a permanent paradigm shift in your health routine that is fun, entertaining, and spiritual as well? Then, this show is for you! Diana-Liz Gallego is the founder of Rejuvenating Lifestyle and Dance. With the simple idea of ...…
 
The rabbit hole in this episode: Eucharistic Prayer C. Read more »By riteandmusical@gmail.com (riteandmusical.org).
 
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Daily Worship Devotionals with Rob Still
 
On the liturgical calendar, the baptism of Jesus is traditionally commemorated on the second Sunday of Epiphany. Reading from Matthew chapter 3:13-15 13 Then Jesus went from Galilee to the Jordan River to ...…
 
In this stand alone Bible Study, we take a look at the designated Christmas services for the liturgical year. “Unlike Advent, which is thematically-based and spread over 4 Sundays, the season of Christmas is squarely planted in the celebration of a singular event–the Nativity of Our Lord and Savior.” This singular historical event produces a pl ...…
 
This Sunday’s Readings First Reading 1 Samuel 3:3b–10,19 The Lord calls Samuel. Responsorial Psalm Psalm 40:2, 4, 7–8, 8–9, 10 A prayer of commitment to follow the will of the Lord. Second Reading 1 Corinthians 6:13c–15a,17–20 Paul reminds the Corinthians that their bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit. Gospel Reading John 1:35–42 John the Bap ...…
 
Matthew Fox is an internationally acclaimed theologian and spiritual maverick who has spent the past forty years revolutionizing Christian theology, taking on patriarchal religion, and advocating for a creation-centered spirituality of compassion, justice, and resacralizing of the earth. Originally a Catholic priest, Fox was silenced for a year ...…
 
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Downtown Christian Church
 
Historically, the church has celebrated the four weeks of advent to mark the beginning of the liturgical calendar. During this season we remember the incarnation of the Eternal Son and look forward to His return when He will set the world to rights. Advent is a celebration of both remembrance and anticipation. “Peace I leave with you. My peace ...…
 
This week The Liturgy Guys talk about Paul Tillich. He was a German-American Christian existentialist philosopher and Lutheran Protestant theologian who is widely regarded as one of the most influential theologians of the twentieth century. This podcast is a production of the Liturgical Institute. Earn a degree that refreshes your soul and rene ...…
 
Advent is that season in the church’s liturgical calendar that focuses our attention on preparation for the celebration of Christmas. It corresponds with the dying of the natural world and its slow, inexorable movement toward the winter solstice—the shortest day of the year—and the turning that marks the slow recovery towards spring. It is also ...…
 
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Sermons – Coronado Community United Methodist Church
 
Scripture: Isaiah 9:2-7 Sermon Series: Names for the Messiah Sermon Title: Mighty God The third liturgical title assigned to the newly coronated king in Isaiah 9:6 is “Everlasting Father.” At the outset it is clear that the oracle is situated in a patriarchal society in which the father is at the head of the family, clan, or tribe; exercises th ...…
 
Lesson 7 of 13 in our “Dear God” Series @ ordinaryfaith.net. The Liturgical Calendar that many churches follow each year includes Christmas, Lent, Easter, Pentecost, and a few others. If followed, it provides an annual opportunity to teach and celebrate the distinctives of the Christian Faith. The danger is that we miss their importance because ...…
 
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Central Church K-W Audio Messages
 
Advent: the arrival of a notable person, thing, or event. The season of Advent is celebrated in many different ways and with many different traditions. This year, we're utilizing one of the simpler traditions of five white candles: The Hope Candle - December 3rd The Peace Candle - December 10th The Joy Candle - December 17th The Love Candle and ...…
 
Luke and Jacob sit down with Houston-based artist and photographer Lanecia Rouse Tinsley to discuss the use of colors in the liturgical life of the Church, and specifically within the season of Advent. Be sure to visit holyfamilyhtx.org, and follow Holy Family Church on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram! And if you need a good cup of coffee, chec ...…
 
Advent is that season in the church’s liturgical calendar that focuses our attention on preparation for the celebration of Christmas. It corresponds with the dying of the natural world and its slow, inexorable movement toward the winter solstice—the shortest day of the year—and the turning that marks the slow recovery towards spring. It is also ...…
 
A longtime and favorite lecturer at Westminster, Dr. Tony Tambasco taught theology at Georgetown University for 35 years, specializing in biblical studies and ethics. December 10: “The Spirit of Advent.” Look at biblical characters related to the Advent liturgical cycle to understand our own Spirit-filled call to mission.…
 
A longtime and favorite lecturer at Westminster, Dr. Tony Tambasco taught theology at Georgetown University for 35 years, specializing in biblical studies and ethics. December 10: “The Spirit of Advent.” Look at biblical characters related to the Advent liturgical cycle to understand our own Spirit-filled call to mission.…
 
This week The Liturgy Guys talk about the new marriage rite and the new translations. They also read you some pretty sweet Catholic pick-up lines. This podcast is a production of the Liturgical Institute. Earn a degree that refreshes your soul and renews the Church.
 
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Saint Bernadette Youth Ministry
 
Father Jack Peterson discusses the importance of Advent and what the three comings of Christ signify during this time of waiting and patience in the liturgical season.
 
This week, the CU Crew discussed: new archeology trying to locate the resting place of St. Nicholas Related: The St. Nicholas Center 20 tips for the new liturgical new year Learning to live the Law of the Gift They also recommended these Picks of the Week: Kathleen: Cassie Pease Designs Olivia: The Tear Ring Jeff: EATOP iPhone/Android compatibl ...…
 
Advent is that season in the church’s liturgical calendar that focuses our attention on preparation for the celebration of Christmas. It corresponds with the dying of the natural world and its slow, inexorable movement toward the winter solstice—the shortest day of the year—and the turning that marks the slow recovery towards spring. It is also ...…
 
A longtime and favorite lecturer at Westminster, Dr. Tony Tambasco taught theology at Georgetown University for 35 years, specializing in biblical studies and ethics. December 3: "Responding in Faith to the Advents of the Lord.” Discuss the past, present, and future comings of Christ and the spiritual life that arises from these. December 10: “ ...…
 
A longtime and favorite lecturer at Westminster, Dr. Tony Tambasco taught theology at Georgetown University for 35 years, specializing in biblical studies and ethics. December 3: "Responding in Faith to the Advents of the Lord.” Discuss the past, present, and future comings of Christ and the spiritual life that arises from these. December 10: “ ...…
 
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Father George William Rutler Homilies
 
The explanation for your sense of expectation is that you have an imagination. Unlike animals guided by instinct, we can imagine past and future. Advent is the time of expectation. Since Christ is not limited by time, he can be born again in our lives at every Christmas. Expectation requires thinking about the four most important matters of exi ...…
 
In this episode, Luke and Jacob discuss the first season of the new liturgical year, Advent! Click here for access to the resources mentioned in this episode! Be sure to visit holyfamilyhtx.org, and follow Holy Family Church on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram! And if you need a good cup of coffee, check out Greenway Coffee Company! © 2017 Milie ...…
 
Haley Stewart, who blogs at CarrotsforMichaelmas.com, shares her family’s journey toward celebrating the liturgical calendar, and gives some practical advice for how you might begin to commemorate the feasts and the fasts in the Church Year. A Reading from St. Augustine
 
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Buds of Faith Podcast
 
This week, Kris and Jorge we invited to speak to 5th and 6th graders at St. Theresa School here at Church of the Little Flower. They talked about Advent, the new liturgical year, and tips on how to pray during this exciting time. Have a listen and let us know what YOUR new liturgical year resolution is!Song credit: "Dead Man's Dance" by Bradfor ...…
 
With the secular culture shoving Santa down our throats, how do we keep Christ in X-mas… Christmas? With only days left before the beginning of the Advent Season, Chuck and Annie spend some time dishing out some info on what Advent is, where it came from, some customs (like the Advent wreath) embedded in the season, and what you can do to make ...…
 
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This week The Liturgy Guys talk about Pope Paul VI's address to a general audience titled Changes in the Mass for a Greater Apostolate. This address was given just before the changes in Roman Missal were implemented after Vatican II. This podcast is a production of the Liturgical Institute. Earn a degree that refreshes your soul and renews the ...…
 
For thus says the Lord God: I myself will search for my sheep, and will seek them out. As shepherds seek out their flocks when they are among their scattered sheep, so I will seek out my sheep. I will rescue them from all the places to which they have been scattered on a day of clouds and thick darkness. I will bring them out from the peoples a ...…
 
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Hope Central Church
 
November 26, 2017 Rev. Courtney Jones Readings: Psalm 100 and Matthew 25:31-46 This Sunday is Reign of Christ Sunday, and we end the liturgical year with Jesus’ challenge that whatever we do for “the least among us” we do for Christ Himself. In the midst of the holiday season, we get to explore charity, solidarity, and how to let the Love of Go ...…
 
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Holy Family Podcast
 
In this episode, Luke and Jacob talk about the liturgical value of excellence in all things, including and especially hospitality. Be sure to visit holyfamilyhtx.org, and follow Holy Family Church on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram! And if you need a good cup of coffee, check out Greenway Coffee Company! © 2017 Milieu Media Group, LLC…
 
This week The Liturgy Guys talk about the document Liturgicae Instaurationes written by the Sacred Congregation of Divine Worship in 1970. This podcast is a production of the Liturgical Institute. Earn a degree that refreshes your soul and renews the Church.
 
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