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Welcome to ‘Enacting the Kingdom’: A Podcast about Liturgical Worship. Fr. Yuri Hladio is an Orthodox Christian Priest with a life-long desire to keep learning. Fr. Geoffrey holds a doctorate in Liturgical Theology and is the co-director of the Orthodox School of Theology at the University of Toronto. Together they explore the liturgical services of the Orthodox Christian Church.
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Our Centered radio broadcasts take up topics you simply won’t find anywhere else. Our guests are scientists, historians, theologians, journalists, lawyers and others who have done their homework and carefully thought about issues that affect us all. Then, after the interview, each show concludes with a Biblical reflection and challenge.
 
‘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.
 
Catholic Views is a weekly radio program broadcast Sundays around eastern South Dakota, but also available anytime online at www.sfcatholic.org. The program includes Biblical Bites with Dr. B, a look at an interesting “bite” from the week’s Scripture readings with Dr. Chris Burgwald, and an interview segment which highlights events and topics relevant to Catholics and others of faith. This is one of the longest running religious radio programs in the region, dating to the early 1960s.
 
Valley Beit Midrash (a global center for learning and action) is a forward-thinking, pluralistic not-for-profit organization rooted in Jewish ethics that is committed to improving lives in our communities through Torah learning, social action, and leadership development. To learn more, go to http://www.valleybeitmidrash.org/
 
Sacred Ordinary Days with Jenn Giles Kemper explores faith where it hits the pavement of work, relationships, creativity, and real life. Inspired by Jenn’s curiosity and faith (and her work as a minister and spiritual director) we’re crafting a show to help you meaningfully explore your own life with Christ — and ultimately lead you to become more wholly human and more fully faithful. On Tuesdays, join us for a conversation with folks whose words, work, and witness have shaped our team’s und ...
 
HAVE YOU HEARD? We have an ear for music and we are touching the WORLD through jazz. CoffeeTalk Jazz Radio shares its concern regarding the lack of interest in preserving radio. Our focus has been to bring radio back through our online digital platform. We’ve succeeded in a BIG way with our award-winning LIVE RADIO BROADCAST. We bring music storytellers from every corner of the globe to one common platform. CoffeeTalk Conversations covers a myriad of insightful personal growth topics on self ...
 
What are the things you do without even thinking about it? Really, when it comes down to it, we’re all just a bundle of habits. If our habits make us who we are, then what do your habits say about who you are becoming? We want to hold a conversation around forming habits that help us follow Jesus. Welcome to the inhabit podcast.
 
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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 host Dr. Jennifer Donelson-Nowicka. 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 Church docume ...
 
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CoffeeTalk Conversations Presents July Author's Spotlight: Featuring Bridgette Porter-Stubbs. This dynamic Author and Teacher of Liturgics Dance Minister at BESstyle has an incredibl story to share. We'll learn the motivation behind her second book, You'll understand why she dances and how it heals. And lastly we'll tap into the people and communic…
 
There’s always friendly disagreements among the editors. In this episode, we explore one: the Our Father in the Mass. What is it’s placement? What is it’s function? Who says it? These are the main points of disagreement between Fritz Eckardt and Rick Stuckwisch. Host: Fr. Jason Braaten Regular Guest: Fr. Fritz Eckardt, Fr. Rick Stuckwisch Become a …
 
The Rev. Scott Donahue-Martens preaches a sermon entitled “With Fidelity and Novelty for All.” The remainder of the recording is a re-broadcast from previous services. The Marsh Chapel Choir sings “Exaltabo te Domine” by G. P. da Palestrina and "Nu dancket alle Gott" by Johann Hermann Schein, along with service music and hymns.…
 
Mission Indecipherable This is funny because it’s true. All too often, churches sound like the worst that corporate, bureaucratic America has to offer. It is as though we could all have corporate-speak bingo cards during district conventions and when we read various church publications. And if it were made into a drinking game, it could cause the p…
 
Episode 115j: Learning Ancient Hebrew is a Breeze Description: Garry Stevens and I have a wide ranging discussion on the literary aspects and quality of the 12 Minor Prophets with Professor Kipp Swinney of Baylor University. We ask Professor Swinney about Hebrew poetry, translation decisions and much more. Learn more about Garry Steven’s History in…
 
ABOUT THIS EVENT:The Jews’ Indian investigates the history of American Jewish relationships with Native Americans, both in the realm of cultural imagination and in face-to-face encounters. These two groups’ exchanges were numerous and diverse, proving at times harmonious when Jews’ and Natives people’s economic and social interests aligned, but dis…
 
31 And He said to them: “Come with me privately to a solitary place and rest a little”—for so many people had been imposing on them, so that there was no opportunity even to eat. 32 And they went alone into the boat to a solitary place. 33 When many people saw them departing and recognized them, many together ran on foot there from all the towns an…
 
Mark 6:7, 12-30 - 7 Jesus summoned the twelve and began sending them out in pairs. He gave them authority over the unclean spirits. . . . 12 And they went out proclaiming the necessity of repentance 13 and they were driving out many demons and consecrating many sick people with anointing oil who were being healed. 14 When King Herod (Antipas) heard…
 
We hope you enjoyed this mini-series on the Song of Symeon! If you would like to support this project, gain access to our private podcasts and connect with Fr Yuri and Fr Geoffrey, please consider becoming a patron at patreon.com/enactingthekingdom. We would love to have you join our growing community. Just ignore this code jargon and click on the …
 
This Sunday, Fr. Jeromie Rand concludes our Ordinary Christian Life series from the Psalms with a closing examination of the hard work of trusting God even in seasons of doubt. Through the first seven weeks of the season of Ordinary Time, we'll examine aspects of "The Ordinary Christian Life" found in the Psalms. As we walk through this longest sea…
 
TDr. Jessica Chicka preaches a sermon entitled “Finding Rest.” The remainder of the recording is a re-broadcast from previous services. The Marsh Chapel Choir sings “So fahr ich hin zu Jesu Christ, SWV 379” by Heinrich Schütz and “The eyes of all hope in thee, O Lord” by Richard Felciano, along with service music and hymns.…
 
Join the Jazz conversation with Keyboardist and vocalist Wade C. Long music is in his DNA. Long was been musically inclined for as long as he can remember. Raised in a family with diverse tastes in sound, he began singing at the tender ago of 3. By the age of six Wade had written his first song, a rap song. Stay tuned and join us LIVE. We'll deep d…
 
Nondenominationalizing Tendencies: Responses to A Tale of Two Synods Response to “A Tale of Two Synods” has been interesting and illustrative: some people posting comments to the blog, some to the FB repost, and some to the editors via email. Although many of these responders would have no problem identifying themselves, I am protecting their priva…
 
This week The Liturgy Guys take another liturgy quiz, but this time it's in front of a live studio audience of Liturgical Institute students. Support us at Patreon.com/Liturgy This podcast is a production of the Liturgical Institute. Earn a degree that refreshes your soul and renews the Church. Check out our new sponsors: www.Adoremus.org www.Bened…
 
When contending for the historic liturgy of the church, we often hear the same arguments trotted out with a gotcha mic drop. In this episode, we look at a blog post by Larry Beane and build upon it to talk about how one responds to these same arguments. Read the blog post here: Argumentum ad Repititium Host: Fr. Jason Braaten Regular Guest: Fr. Lar…
 
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