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Bishop of higher rank in many Christian denominations

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The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele
Repentance is what's needed - with former Gafcon General Secretary Peter Jensen

The Pastor's Heart with Dominic Steele

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 30:44


The Anglican Communion is broken and needs to repent. Provinces of the Anglican Communion are now free to develop their own teaching on sexuality, according to the Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby. There will be no contending for the faith (cf Jude 1:3) or withdrawing fellowship from the sexually immoral. Archbishop Justin Welby arranged the Lambeth Conference so that delegates didn't get to vote on the most contentious issue of the day - sexuality. Rather he wrote to delegates announcing that Lambeth 1:10 still applied, but there would be no consequences for ignoring it. Former Archbishop of Sydney and former General Secretary of Gafcon Peter Jensen joins us to review the confusion in global Anglicanism in the wake of Lambeth22.Gafcon's letter to the churches: https://bit.ly/3BWUKadCommunique from the Global South: https://bit.ly/3p64FSVMedia Release from the Global South: https://bit.ly/3JUZoYhhttp://www.thepastorsheart.net/podcast/peter-jensen-on-lambeth22Support the show

David Vance Podcast
Activist Clergy

David Vance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 7:54


The woke Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby declares it is unethical to deport illegal migrants and that the "climate emergency" is the existential threat facing humanity. He's a Gaia worshipper, not a Christian.   Please help support our work and Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/DavidVanceV  or support us via https://donorbox.org/let-free-speech-prevail Premium Podcast https://www.podbean.com/premium-podcast/davidvancepremium      Be part of the Community with David https://thedavidvance.locals.com    Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/davidvance BrandNewTube:  https://brandnewtube.com/@TheDavidVanceChannel Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/DavidVancePodcast  Telegram: @davidvance1 A Tangled Web:  https://www.atangledweb.org   Also try my second channel with ilana Mercer Hard Truth Podcast: https://HardTruthWithDavidVanceAndIlanaMercer.Podbean.com

Partakers Church Podcasts
Church History Part 26

Partakers Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 5:39


Part 26 Reformation 3 - England Here We Come! We are now in England in the early 16th century! However Protestantism had commenced earlier in the 14th century with John Wyclif who we looked at back in episode 22. Wyclif was the 'Morning Star of the English Reformation', who had a great desire to ensure that the Bible was made available to everyone in their own language. So a strong evangelical protest started with Wyclif. King Henry VIII  In the late 1520s King Henry 8th as head of the Roman Catholic Church in England, broke away from the Church in Rome. He broke away because he wanted a divorce from Catherine of Aragon, which Pope Clement VII refused to accept. Earlier, in the year 1521, Clement had recognised Henry as the 'Defender of the Faith' for his writings against Martin Luther. Pope Clement VII was known for his intolerance of Protestants and his main method of evangelisation was through coercion and force if necessary. In 1531 Henry prevented the English clergy from dealing with Rome under an Act of Parliament labelling this as treason. In 1534 Henry was made the 'Supreme Head of the Church of England' by the parliament. However he remained Roman Catholic in practice and doctrine. In 1532 made Thomas Cranmer the Archbishop of Canterbury – the clerical head of the Church of England. Reformation in England however continued unabated. Thomas Cranmer was a reformer and was helped by many of the Reformers driven from Europe by the Roman Catholic attacks on the Protestants. William Tyndale translated the New Testament into English and this made a significant impact. Edward VI (1547-1553) became the king at the age of 10, and ruled for 6 years. He was well trained by Cranmer. He allowed religious freedom, and he published with the help of Cranmer, the 1st and 2nd Prayer Books. Then there was a change back again! Mary Tudor "Queen Bloody Mary" (1553-1558). Mary was a fanatical Roman Catholic and set out to re-establish the Roman Catholic Church. She put to death many bishops including Cranmer. She marred Charles V son (Spain) to bring all of Christendom under Spanish power. In 1554, she resubmitted England to Papal authority. Queen Elizabeth (1559-1603). As a daughter of Henry VIII second wife, Anne Boleyn, she was not recognised by the Pope. She was not in full agreement with the Reforming Protestants, but maintained Protestant leanings. She influenced preparation of the 39 Articles of Communion, largely prepared by Cranmer, which were less reformed as a result. In 1559, she became 'Governor of the Church of England'. She defeated the Spanish Armada, with the help of Sir Francis Drake, who were attacking in order to bring England back under Spanish and Roman Catholic control. This strengthened the Protestant cause in England. The main issue in the 14th to 16th centuries, as we have seen was 'None but Christ saves'. That is, that the Gospel is good news for all of humanity. Nobody can earn their salvation, but rather salvation is a free gift from God for all those who choose to receive it. This is a far cry from the excesses of Church dogma to date and closer to the teachings of Jesus Christ and the early church. Tap or Click here to download/save this as an audio mp3 file

Bad Christian Soapbox
SHEDLET - LIVING THE LITTLE THINGS WELL

Bad Christian Soapbox

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 17:29


Thoughts prompted by Sandi Toksvig's public letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury

LivingontheEdge's podcast
August 6th, 2022 with Archbishop John Wester

LivingontheEdge's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 53:00


Xubi and Jay discuss Nuclear weapons and an upcoming Mass and interfaith discussion on the practicality and morality of Nuclear weapons. Livestream on August 9, 2022 5:15pm Mass and healing ceremony https://youtu.be/M4SnixeGwyE 6:15pm Dialogue https://youtu.be/U88tJwq7yNsm

Who do we think we are?
Beyond the headlines … with Alison Phipps and Tawona Sithole

Who do we think we are?

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 60:41


In June 2022, the headlines in the UK were full of news about the Rwanda plan. As an ECHR ruling halted the first deportation flight scheduled to depart from Rwanda, from the Prince of Wales to the Archbishop of Canterbury it was the high-profile opponents of the scheme to offshore the UK's responsibilities to those seeking asylum that caught the attention of the press. But this public outpouring of resistance to bordering did not emerge from nowhere. It sits on years of resistance and protest from the grassroots and within local communities. Professor Alison Phipps, UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts at the University of Glasgow, and Tawona Sitholé (AKA Ganyamatope), Poet-in-Residence for the Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network join Michaela and Ala to go beyond the headlines to look into the roles of local communities in resistance to bordering. Taking local community action in Glasgow as a starting point, they explore everyday acts of resistance, the connections between solidarities movements around the UK, and the political potential of poetry and storytelling. You can access the full transcripts for each episode over on the Rebordering Britain and Britons after Brexit website.   In this episode we cover … 1 The Rwanda Deportation Scheme 2 Glasgow and the Kenmure Street Protests 3 Migrant solidarity across the UK   Quote [I]t isn't the stopping of the Rwanda flight that led to the publication of the Bill of Rights … that bill should have been unthinkable. And it has been thinkable because vested interests wish to see the removal of human rights from large swathes of the population, in the interests of vested in offshored capital, and outsourcing as a way of thinking about human beings and human beings not as human beings, but as human capital. — Alison Phipps   Where can you find out more about the topics in today's episode? Our headline ‘Monarchy, celebrity and clergy' was published in The Guardian, 14 June 2022   Alison Phipps is on Twitter at The University of Glasgow. Read her thoughts on the Rwanda Plain in this blogpost “The border is a Colonial Wound: The Rwanda Deal and State Trafficking in People” You can also hear more from her here The Tories' Rwanda plans have failed – what now?   Tawona Sitholé (AKA Ganyamatope) is on Twitter or at Glasgow Refugee, asylum and migrant network. Find more of his work at seeds of thought.   The poems performed in the episode are words and Border crossing in Togo   To learn more about activism in Glasgow we recommend, this article  on ‘The festival of resistance' a year on from Kenmure Street protests, this article on the protests against the Rwanda plans and this blog on the Glasgow girls and Roza Salih's journey to becoming a candidate for the Scottish Parliament election.   Call to action Follow the podcast on all major podcasting platforms or through our RSS Feed. To find out more about Who do we think we are?, including news, events and resources, follow us on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

KGO 810 Podcast
John Rothmann: SF Archbishop urges rejection of Respect for Marriage Act

KGO 810 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 15:10


The Roman Catholic archbishop of San Francisco is urging U.S. senators to reject the pending Respect for Marriage Act, which would protect same-sex marriage from a potential rollback by the Supreme Court. “People who experience same-sex attraction should be treated with the same respect and compassion as anyone, on account of their human dignity, and never be subject to unjust discrimination,” Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone wrote in a July 22 “Dear Senator” letter posted on the website of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. “It was never discrimination, however, to simply maintain that an inherent aspect of the definition of marriage itself is the complementarity between the two sexes.”  Justice Clarence Thomas said the court should revisit those rulings. Despite some Republican support in the House, the Senate version of the Respect for Marriage Act — which was co-authored by California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein —faces a difficult road.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The John Rothmann Show Podcast
John Rothmann: SF Archbishop urges rejection of Respect for Marriage Act

The John Rothmann Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 15:10


The Roman Catholic archbishop of San Francisco is urging U.S. senators to reject the pending Respect for Marriage Act, which would protect same-sex marriage from a potential rollback by the Supreme Court. “People who experience same-sex attraction should be treated with the same respect and compassion as anyone, on account of their human dignity, and never be subject to unjust discrimination,” Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone wrote in a July 22 “Dear Senator” letter posted on the website of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. “It was never discrimination, however, to simply maintain that an inherent aspect of the definition of marriage itself is the complementarity between the two sexes.”  Justice Clarence Thomas said the court should revisit those rulings. Despite some Republican support in the House, the Senate version of the Respect for Marriage Act — which was co-authored by California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein —faces a difficult road.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Father Simon Says
Father Simon Says-August 2, 2022 Holy Boldness

Father Simon Says

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 50:43


Bible Study (2:20)-   JER 30:1-2, 12-15, 18-22 Fr. Simon discusses the remnant and the tribes of Israel and the Covenant with the House of Israel   MT 14:22-36 It's the passage where Jesus walks on water and Fr. Simon talks about holy boldness  Letters (21:41) Question about the diffieren "Marys" at different apparitions? Recommend a good book about World Religions, from a Catholic perspective?   Question about Acts 2:2 and it's interpretation and translation regarding the words "strong wind" Could you discuss speaking in tongues?  How could we say the Eastern Churches are the 2nd lung of the Church when many don't believe in Immaculate Conception?  Word of the Day-Nehushtan (34:24) Callers (39:48) Question about the validity of the Lutheran Eucharist?  (42:26) Went to a mass on Sunday and they had guitars and singing. I left because it wasn't right. Did that count as my Sunday obligation? (46:51) I saw a Mass on TV where garments were placed on the Archbishop in front of the congregation. Why would they do that? (49:20) Question about when faith stops and becomes testing God?

Catholic Connection
2022-08-01 - Archbishop Joseph Naumann

Catholic Connection

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 60:00


Archbishop Joseph Naumann of the Archdiocese of Kansas City, Kansas, discusses the abortion amendment being voted on tomorrow and what it could mean for the further protection of the unborn. Gail Buckley Barringer offers listeners the Bible Verse of the week.

Partakers Church Podcasts
Church History Part 19

Partakers Church Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 5:47


Church History Part 19 Church in the Middle Ages 2 During this time, there was a growing restlessness. Some people were starting to think about separating the church from institutional monarchies – particularly with England. The Scholastics - The papal reforms in the 11th - 13th centuries saw a rise in interest in education. The Cathedral schools surpassed the monastic schools by the 12th century. The universities rose from the Cathedral schools. Oxford, Cambridge & Paris Universities date back to this period. All education was in the hands of the Church. The great thinkers were monks or clergy. There was great debate over theology & philosophy with many attempts to harmonise the thinking of Greek philosophers such as Aristotle with theology. Anselm (1033-1109) – Anselm was born in Italy and raised in Normandy. Prior to becoming the Archbishop of Canterbury in 1093, he was a Benedictine monk, teacher, and abbot before continuing his church career in England. He is renowned as a great philosopher and theologian and during his time as Archbishop saw that the church was at least partly independent from the civil government. This was very radical for its time! Such a reformer, even before the reformation to come and worked to suppress the slave trade. One of the things, amongst many, which we as 21st century church remember Anselm for is the satisfaction theory of the atonement, where God becoming man in the birth of Jesus Christ, the incarnation, guaranteed relief from God's demands for strict divine justice. He is also renowned for being the first to use the Ontological argument for the existence of God through philosophy, rationality and logic, in the book Proslogion. He did this on the basis of "that than which nothing greater can be conceived", or if it could exist in the mind, it could therefore exist in reality. If it only existed in the mind, then something or someone greater is possible – one which exists in both mind and reality. You can read more about it here as well as download some of his writings freely by visiting the CCEL website. Thomas Beckett – Thomas Beckett was born in 1118 to a middle class family, was well educated including a time at the University of Paris. He was integrated into the household of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Theobald and completed several missions for him. In 1154 he was ordained as a deacon and appointed archdeacon of Canterbury. With this ordination by Theobold and the king, Henry II, Beckett would have been expected to represent their interests vocally. Following the death of Theobald in 1161, King Henry II was hoping to stunt the demand for separation of church and state as well as cutting back on the power of the church. Beckett was quickly ordained a priest in 1162 before shortly after becoming Archbishop of Canterbury. Despite opposition from King Henry II and others, Thomas Beckett endeavoured to make the church independent of the government. He took a form of ascetism upon himself, resigned from working for the King and put all his efforts and work tion the interests of the church alone. This led to frequent clashes with the English monarchy and under Henry II. It subsequently led to his exile in 1164. Upon his return to England in 1170, he excommunicated several bishops who had opposed him. Later that year, he was killed in the cathedral by four knights under he orders of King Henry II. That's it for this time! Next time in our series HAHA, we will finalise our look at the Middle Ages, with a look at one of the supreme thinkers of the historical Church, Thomas Aquinas, as well as looking briefly to the East and the Orthodox church. Tap or click here to download/ save this as an audio mp3 file

EWTN LIVE
2022-07-28 - ALLAN SMITH

EWTN LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 60:00


Allan Smith discusses the writings of the Venerable Fulton J. Sheen. The renowned Archbishop was particularly eloquent on matters of war and peace, and trusting God amidst totalitarianism and paganism in society.

Lutheran Radio News
Lutheran Radio News - #428

Lutheran Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 17:13


• Justin Welby, Church of England's Archbishop, says he has no plans to retire until he is 70 • Pope dons Indian feather headdress and apologizes for Church's role in Canada's schools where thousands died • Durham Church in crisis as...

Saint of the Day
St Clement, Archbishop of Ochrid (916)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 1:19


He was a disciple of Saints Methodius and Cyril, working with them in their missionary labors in Moravia. After the death of St Methodius, Clement and many others of their mission were driven out of Moravia by the Germans, and traveled south. Clement, with his companions Gorazd, Nahum, Sava and Angelarius, crossed the Danube, stayed for a time with King Boris Michael, and settled in near Ochrid (in what is now Kosova, Yugoslavia). He founded a monastery at Belica, then moved to Ochrid, where he built a church dedicated to St Panteleimon. There he continued the work of Sts Cyril and Methodius, producing many books in the new Slavonic script for the help of the Slavic Orthodox people. Saint Clement performed miracles in his own lifetime and after his repose: his wonder-working relics are still venerated in a church dedicated to him. He reposed in peace.

New Wine England: Talk Library
Free to believe? SAT-7 in conversation with Archbishop Angaelos

New Wine England: Talk Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 28:45


“Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion,” states Article 18. In this 30-minute interview with Archbishop Angaelos of the Coptic Orthodox Church, Martin Thomas, SAT-7's External Engagement Director, asks key questions about the situation for Christians across the Middle East, what we can learn from their stories of faith, how we can pray, and also, how we can respond through SAT-7's Free to Believe advocacy campaign.

Your Path with Bishop Mark
'Can You Hear Me Now?" July 24, 2022 Proper 12 RCL C

Your Path with Bishop Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 67:09


The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon titled "'Can You Hear Me Now?" for Sunday, July 24, 2022 followed by the announcements and the Bishop's Roundtable. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/support

Weekly Online Service
A Service for the Sixth Sunday after Trinity - Sunday 24 July 2022

Weekly Online Service

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 44:25


Join us from Lambeth Palace Chapel for a service ahead of the Lambeth Conference. Bishop Anthony Poggo will be leading the service with the Archbishop of Canterbury preaching on 'the importance of love and hospitality in our walk as Christians'.

Sunday
The Pope in Canada, faith groups at the Commonwealth games, the theology of Stranger Things

Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 43:50


Birmingham is gearing up for the Commonwealth Games and faith communities across the West Midlands are involved in the preparations, including Ranjit and Manpreet from Wolverhampton Wrestling Club who will both be taking part in The Queen's Baton Relay. William speaks to them about Wolverhampton, wrestling and what it means to be a Sikh on the mat. Conservative party members are preparing to vote for their new leader and our next Prime Minister. As they decide between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak, we discuss the candidates' religious hinterland and ask what bearing, if any, religious questions might have on the leadership race. The smash Netflix hit, Stranger Things, has just aired its fourth series. Some religious commentators say the success of Stranger Things is down to the fact that, at its heart, is the age-old battle between good and evil. In the latest series there seems to be no let up on the religious iconography. Culture writer Sophie Caledecott decodes some of the deeper, spiritual meanings at work in the series. Pope Francis flies to Canada this week where he's expected to apologise for the abuse of Indigenous children in church-run residential schools. William hears from Dark Cloud, who was adopted by a British family as a child after being forcibly taken in what is known as The Sixties Scoop. Joy Spearchief-Morris, Indigenous Black Canadian writer and advocate tells us the situation in Canada and the BBC's Religion Editor, Aleem Maqbool highlights what we can expect from the Papal visit. As East Africa faces the worst drought in 40 years, William speaks to Elizabeth Myendo, Tearfund's Disaster Management Lead for East and Southern Africa live from Nairobi with an account of the impact on people living in countries like Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. The 15th Lambeth Conference is to be held in Canterbury from 26 July to 8 August. The bishops will issue affirmations and “calls” from the conference based on their discussions around mission, the environment, safe church, interfaith relations and Anglican identity but there are some notable absences. Church leaders from Rwanda, Nigeria and Uganda are boycotting the conference in protest at what they see as a liberalisation of teaching on human sexuality. The Archbishop of Cape Town, Dr Thabo Makgoba, is chair of the Lambeth design group and speaks to William Crawley about the boycott. And Daniel Mullhall, Ireland's ambassador to the United States, tells us about religion in James Joyce's Ulysses.

Sermons from Grace Cathedral
The Very Rev. Malcolm Clemens Young, ThD

Sermons from Grace Cathedral

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 17:57


The Holy Spirit is here. An urban legend has it that when David Cameron, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom packed up his office he left three envelopes for his successor Theresa May with a note saying, “Open one of these when you get into trouble.” When negotiations with the European Union over Brexit started she opened the first envelope. It said, “Blame your predecessor.”[i] Later when she lost the first Brexit vote she opened the second envelope which read, “Reshuffle your cabinet.” Finally, after she lost the third vote on her Brexit plan she opened the final envelope. It said, “Prepare three envelopes.” This story comes from Sam Wells the Vicar of St. Martin in the Fields. We met with him in London early in our journey this summer. He says there are two primary anxieties in our time, that can be simply expressed by two questions: First, is the universe simply meaningless and accidental, merely dead matter decomposing according to the principle of entropy into isolation and coldness? Second, will I be okay? In the face of this situation Jesus presents us with three far more helpful envelopes for us to open when things go wrong. I want to talk about these instructions in the context of our Cathedral Tour journey. As we move into the next phase of the pandemic this is a crucial moment in the history of Christianity. Over the winter 31 trustees attended dinners I arranged to talk about how Grace Cathedral can lead and serve in this context. This week my wife Heidi and I returned from visiting over fifty churches in England and France where me met with church leaders to talk about what they see. We took 80 pages of notes, recorded twenty-five video interviews, posted dozens of pictures on social media – I have not yet fully assimilated what we saw or learned but I want to share this experience with you today.[ii] Repentance. When Jesus returns to his friends after being away in prayer, they seem anxious and they ask him to teach them to pray. Jesus gives them what we call the Lord's Prayer, the Our Father. You can carry this around in your heart and when you need help, it gives you a place to begin. This week I especially noticed how the way we say this prayer differs from the words in this gospel. We pray, “forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us.” But this translation of the Bible says, “Forgive us our sins, for we ourselves forgive everyone indebted to us” (Lk. 11). Preachers often make a big deal about the conditional nature of this instruction – if we do this, then God will do something for us. But this morning what strikes me most is that people who love God will naturally want to be forgiving. The struggle over forgiveness and repentance lies at the heart of the spiritual life. A mature believer knows that as we want justice for ourselves, others desire this too. This leads me to a difficult subject that I need to address. It was very hard for me to leave and to go on this cathedral tour because of tensions here at home in our own community. This is embarrassing for me to talk about, but not long before departing I and many others learned that some Executive Committee trustees were very disappointed in my leadership. After the pandemic we never resumed meeting in person and what I have to repent for is my role in not doing a better job of communicating and staying connected to them. COVID twists, distorts and confuses so much. It kills relationships as well as people. One of my most cherished moments of the summer came when we visited the cathedral nearest to our former dean Alan Jones' childhood home. I kept wondering what Winchester taught him about how to be a dean here 5,000 miles away. A docent named Matt Winter took us on an alarming tour that began with graphic evidence of an ongoing and serious flooding problem in the crypt. He showed us how the very walls of the apse had begun to buckle in the late 1800's. Then he talked about the hero who saved the cathedral. A diver named William Wallace rode the train from his home in Croyden every day (on occasion he biked home, but that is another story). At first he had a partner, but that person had to quit because the work was too terrifying. Wallace was a diver in one of those old fashioned suits with the metal fishbowl helmets. His helper had to continuously pump air for him as he went into the dark murky water beneath the massive and collapsing cathedral walls in order to carefully place heavy bags of concrete which then hardened in place. For eight hours a day over five and a half years he did this. Repentance and forgiveness can be like this – terrifying, difficult and demanding, but this is how a cathedral is really built. Persistence. Jesus tells about a man knocking on his neighbor's door at midnight. The neighbor will give him bread not out of generosity but because he wants to be left alone. It's a strange image that Jesus uses to encourage us to be persistent in seeking God. In his book on St. Augustine, Rowan Williams the former Archbishop of Canterbury writes about memory and time.[iii] When we sing a song from memory, the whole song is not available to us at once, just the part of it that we are singing at that moment. In a sense the end and the beginning of the song are with us but not in our immediate consciousness. It's like that feeling we have when we are trying to think of a word or name. We say, “it will come to me in a minute.” This gives us a picture of who we are. In a sense we are our memories and yet our memories are not totally available to us. This is how we experience our self and God. The whole is never completely present to us. Our memories and their meaning are shifting according to the stories we tell. Church gives us the chance to recalibrate, so that our stories again harmonize with the truth. That is a central reason we need to persist in worship. One of my favorite conversations this summer was with Sub-Dean Richard Peters at Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford. A week ago after spending four hours with us (drinking sherry in the garden, touring and evensong) he said what he had just inadvertently demonstrated, “Hospitality is fundamental to the Christian life.” This generosity of spirit comes from someone who has been and is constantly not welcomed by the church because for thirty-five years he has loved his life partner Nicholas who happens to be another man. Richard went on. He said, “Prayer is not that difficult.” We struggle with it, but really it is simply talking to God. This is what allows us to receive the gifts of wonder and awe that are one way that we enjoy God and take delight in God.[iv] God's love. The final envelope that Jesus leaves us is his description of God's love. How we love our children is an analogy for how God loves us. We know how to give good gifts and God does too. The most important thing I want to share with you today is this. What God is giving us is enough, because what we receive is the Holy Spirit. One of the best of summer was time with our twenty-one year old daughter Melia. We were not together. I would do anything to please her. We wandered through thrift shops on Brick Lane, small shops in Notting Hill, outdoor markets and the Sky Garden. We said goodbye sitting at a picnic table in a small Bloomsbury park at dusk. Because I will not be helping her to move into college this year, we don't know when we will see each other again. Deep feelings like this help us to understand God's love for us. As we walked away into the night I felt an enormous sense of gratitude for my wife Heidi. She is not just the Executive Producer of our films but a delightful, bright companion through every moment of the summer. The day after David Ison retired as dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, London, he took us on a behind the scenes tour. At the very end he talked about hearing a confession that upset him so much that he went to pray in a small crypt chapel. Although he had already been dean for years, he discovered something new about his cathedral. Behind the memorials for Horatio Nelson and the Duke of Wellington there is a small grave for the first modern professional dean of St. Paul's. Before his time deans might collect a salary from, but not often visit, their own cathedrals. Dean Millman though was a poet and an Oxford University professor who loved his cathedral ministry. Around his coffin an inscription lists the books he wrote and the nineteen years he served. But a larger inscription encompasses his grave and another. It says, ““IN PIOUS MEMORY OF MARY ANNE THE BELOVED WIFE OF HENRY HART MILLMAN SOMETIME DEAN OF THIS CATHEDRAL CHURCH. BENEATH THIS STONE RESTs IN ONE GRAVE WITH HIM FOR WHOM SHE MADE THE POETRY OF LIFE REALITY.”[v] My friends, I missed you so much this summer. What a blessing it is to be home with you again and to hear the words of Jesus together. We inhabit a world in agony, struggling over anxiety that can be expressed in two questions: “Is this a dead universe? Will I be okay?” But Jesus does not leave us unprepared. Jesus shows us how to pray. Although we cannot fully know ourselves or God, let us continue to keep repentance and forgiveness at the heart of our shared life. Let us be known for our persistence in seeking God and in offering hospitality. And finally let us not forget that what God is giving us, is enough. The Holy Spirit is here.

Salt and Light Hour - Catholic Podcast
Preparing for the Papal Visit

Salt and Light Hour - Catholic Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 57:00


Pope Francis will be in Canada next week, July 24-29. This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, we bring you two conversations from the Upfront with the Archbishop podcast with Archbishop Richard Smith of Edmonton: Archbishop Smith, himself, who is the General Coordinator of the Papal Visit and Fr. Cristino Bouvette, Director of Liturgy for the Papal Visit.

Your Path with Bishop Mark
"It Doesn't Have to Be This Way" July 17, 2022 Proper 11 RCL C

Your Path with Bishop Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 48:17


The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon titled "It Doesn't Have to Be This Way" for Sunday, July 17, 2022 followed by the announcements and the Bishop's Roundtable. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/support

The Church Times Podcast
Andrew Atherstone on Repackaging Christianity: Alpha and the building of a global brand

The Church Times Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 33:04


On the podcast this week, the Revd Dr Andrew Atherstone talks about his new book, Repackaging Christianity: Alpha and the building of a global brand — the first book length history of the Alpha movement. It's published by Hodder & Stoughton and is available to buy from the Church Times Bookshop for the reduced price of £19.80. The book “tells the remarkable story of Alpha . . . from its origins in the West London dinner party set of the 1970s, turbo charged by the influence of John Wimber and the Toronto Blessing in the 1990s, to what is now an international movement embraced on every continent in the world”. On the podcast, Dr Atherstone talks about what he uncovered while researching the book, explains how Alpha has evolved over the years, and addresses some of the criticisms that have been directed at the movement, from within and outside the Church. Dr Atherstone is Latimer Research Fellow at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, and a member of Oxford University's Faculty of Theology and Religion. His previous books include a biography of the current Archbishop of Canterbury, Archbishop Justin Welby: Risktaker and Reconciler (DLT, 2014). Try 10 issues of the Church Times for £10 or get two months access to our website and apps, also for £10. Go to churchtimes.co.uk/new-reader.

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά
Greek Australian women's organizations' stance on abortion following Archbishop Makarios' anti-abortion comment - Αμβλώσεις και Εκκλησία: Τι λένε οργανώσεις Ελληνίδων της Αυστραλίας;

SBS Greek - SBS Ελληνικά

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 14:23


SBS Greek asked several Greek Australian women's organizations for their stance on the issue of abortion.  - Οργανώσεις Ελληνίδων της Αυστραλίας παίρνουν θέση στο θέμα των αμβλώσεων και της θέσης του Σεβασμιοτάτου Αρχιεπισκόπου Αυστραλία Μακαρίου με την οποία τάσσεται κατά των αμβλώσεων – Ποιες οργανώσεις τάσσονται υπέρ και ποιες κατά της στάσης του επικεφαλής της Ελληνορθόδοξης Εκκλησίας της Αυστραλίας; 

Everything Everywhere Daily History Podcast
The Murder of Thomas Becket

Everything Everywhere Daily History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 16:05


On December 29, 1170, the Archbishop of Canterbury was brutally murdered on the floor of the Canterbury Cathedral by four armed knights while preparing for his evening prayers.  The ramifications of that incident shook the country of England, its king, and the Catholic Church.  Over 850 years later, it is still remembered and remains one of the most significant events in English history. Learn more about the murder of Thomas Becket and why and how it happened on this episode of Everything Everywhere Daily. Subscribe to the podcast!  https://link.chtbl.com/EverythingEverywhere?sid=ShowNotes -------------------------------- Executive Producer: Darcy Adams Associate Producers: Peter Bennett & Thor Thomsen   Become a supporter on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/everythingeverywhere Update your podcast app at newpodcastapps.com Search Past Episodes at fathom.fm Discord Server: https://discord.gg/UkRUJFh Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/everythingeverywhere/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/everywheretrip Website: https://everything-everywhere.com/everything-everywhere-daily-podcast/ Everything Everywhere is an Airwave Media podcast." or "Everything Everywhere is part of the Airwave Media podcast network Please contact sales@advertisecast.com to advertise on Everything Everywhere. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Moore Theological College
Eager to preach the Gospel – Rom 1:8-17 – Archbishop Kanishka Raffel

Moore Theological College

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 24:04


HARDtalk
Archbishop Bashar Matti Warda: Does Christianity in Iraq have a future?

HARDtalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 23:59 Very Popular


Twenty-five years ago, almost one and a half million Christians lived in Iraq. Now there are around a quarter of a million, and after years of war and communal violence many of them have been displaced from their ancestral homes. Can anything be done to reverse this trend toward extinction? Stephen Sackur speaks to Archbishop Bashar Matti Warda of Erbil, home to the largest remaining Christian community. In a country and a region where Christianity has deep roots, does it have a future?

Morning Air
Annabelle Moseley, Saints of July/ Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller, 53 Migrants in San Antonio

Morning Air

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 46:53


7/12/22 6am CT Hour John, Glen and Sarah chat about the fight for life in America state by state. Annabelle talks about St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, St. Teresa of Avila and more. Archbishop Gustavo talks passionately about the 53 nameless immigrants left for dead and his conversation with one. He asks listeners to fight for change with our immigration law which leaves those who wish to come here vulnerable, invisible and forgotten.

Your Path with Bishop Mark
"Walk The Walk" July 10, 2022 Proper 10 RCL C

Your Path with Bishop Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 26:29


The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon titled "Proclaim "Walk The Walk" for Sunday, July 10, 2022 followed by the announcements.. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/support

Ron Huntley Leadership Podcast
Where Do We Go From Here? Diocesan Response to Mission - Archbishop Peter Comensoli #81

Ron Huntley Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 41:20


Churches & dioceses around the world are moving into a time of transformation & renewal. Knowing it's time for change, the sense of calling & mission is awakening a desire to see lives transformed by Jesus Christ! In a post-Covid, post-faith era, where should the church be headed? How can we continue to be a source of light in an increasingly dark world? This episode will leave you encouraged & empowered to go forth & plant the seed of the Gospel in your community. 

History Extra podcast
The Peasants' Revolt: everything you wanted to know

History Extra podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 43:35 Very Popular


In 1381, thousands of men and women surged into London, attacking jails, burning down palaces, murdering the Archbishop of Canterbury and confronting the king. But what caused the Peasants' Revolt? Is it even accurate to describe the rebels as “peasants”? Was Richard II sympathetic to their grievances? And how brutal was the authorities' response to the revolt? Speaking to Spencer Mizen, Helen Carr answers your top queries on the turbulent events of 1381. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Christians In Parliament
NPPB 2022 Seminar - Stronger Communities - The Trussell Trust

Christians In Parliament

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 63:08


Audio from a seminar hosted by the Trussell Trust at the National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast 2022 in the Houses of Parliament on Tuesday 5 July. The record levels of need for food banks seen during the Covid-19 pandemic, and in the midst of the cost of living crisis, shines a spotlight on the persistently high numbers of people who are unable to afford everyday essentials. In this session, we host a panel discussion to explore how churches are working with local and national partners to strengthen communities, and what it will take to create a society where everyone's essential needs are met. The discussion is chaired by the Archbishop of York and draws on the experience of church leaders, parliamentarians and the third sector to explore how we can all play a part in building financial resilience in our communities.

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY
2022-07-04 - EWTN News Nightly | Tuesday, July 5, 2022

EWTN NEWS NIGHTLY

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 30:00


On "EWTN News Nightly" tonight: The Biden Administration is giving millions of dollars to international "organizations committed to the practice and spread of Atheism and Humanism." Congressional Republicans are not happy about it and they've written a letter demanding answers. Author Gordon Chang, joins to discuss the Vatican's deal with China regarding the appointment of bishops, including vocal criticism against it by Cardinal Joseph Zen, former Archbishop of Hong Kong. Additionally, Chang talks about President Xi's visit to Hong Kong last week to celebrate its 25th anniversary of being handed over from Britain, a report that the Pentagon is considering using hot air balloons as a way to track hypersonic missiles, and more. And according to a recent report from the Associated Press, more than 1 million voters in the past year have switched to the Republican party. Associate Professor of Political Science at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Colin Swearingen, joins to talk more about the 1 million voters changing parties and the factors that may be driving this shift. Finally this evening, an organization of religious sisters from around the world has launched a new initiative called 'New Leaders.' Associate Vice President of Program Operations and Head of Catholic Sisters, Sister Jane Wakahiu, joins to tell us more about this new leadership program and why it started now. Don't miss out on the latest news and analysis from a Catholic perspective. Get EWTN News Nightly delivered to your email: https://ewtn.com/enn

Your Path with Bishop Mark
"Proclaim Liberty Througout the Land" July 3, 2022 Proper 9 RCL C

Your Path with Bishop Mark

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 68:42


The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon titled "Proclaim Liberty Througout the Land" for Sunday, July 3, 2022 followed by The Bishop's Roundtable. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bishopmark/support

Food 4 Thought
Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Christophe Pierre

Food 4 Thought

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 72:17


A conversation with Apostolic Nuncio Archbishop Christophe Pierre.

Sardis Gemstones Podcast
SERMON: "We are God's Children" - Arch Bishop Jones

Sardis Gemstones Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 47:54


Sermon By: Arch Bishop Jones @ Sardis Temple Baptist Church 07/03/2022 Preached from "1 John 3:1-2" #Christian #God #GodisGood #Jesus #JesusChrist #Hallelujah #GlorytoGod #Worship #Sermon #Guidance #Bible #Love #Faith #Wisdom #ChristianContentClick the Link to Follow us on all Social Media Outlets https://linktr.ee/SardisTempleWe are a Family of God and We Love you Stay Safe and God Bless 

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Saturday, July 2, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022


Full Text of ReadingsSaturday of the Thirteenth Week in Ordinary Time Lectionary: 382All podcast readings are produced by the USCCB and are from the Catholic Lectionary, based on the New American Bible and approved for use in the United States _______________________________________The Saint of the day is Saint Oliver PlunkettThe name of today's saint is especially familiar to the Irish and the English—and with good reason. The English martyred Oliver Plunkett for defending the faith in his native Ireland during a period of severe persecution. Born in County Meath in 1629, Oliver studied for the priesthood in Rome and was ordained there in 1654. After some years of teaching and service to the poor of Rome he was appointed Archbishop of Armagh in Ireland. Four years later, in 1673, a new wave of anti-Catholic persecution began, forcing Archbishop Plunkett to do his pastoral work in secrecy and disguise and to live in hiding. Meanwhile, many of his priests were sent into exile, schools were closed, Church services had to be held in secret, and convents and seminaries were suppressed. As archbishop, Plunkett was viewed as ultimately responsible for any rebellion or political activity among his parishioners. Archbishop Plunkett was arrested and imprisoned in Dublin Castle in 1679, but his trial was moved to London. After deliberating for 15 minutes, a jury found him guilty of fomenting revolt. He was hanged, drawn, and quartered in July 1681. Pope Paul VI canonized Oliver Plunkett in 1975. Reflection Stories like that of Oliver Plunkett seem to fit history. “Things like that don't happen today” is often our thought. But they do. False accusations, prejudice, anti-Catholic sentiments, racism, sexism, etc. are still an active reality in our day. Perhaps a prayer to Saint Oliver for peace and justice might be appropriate. Saint of the Day, Copyright Franciscan Media

AccuWeather Daily
Desperate amid drought, archbishop prays for ‘gift of rain' in Italy

AccuWeather Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 4:37


AccuWeather Daily brings you the top trending weather story of the day - every day.

Midday
Archbishop William E. Lori: a view on the High Court's abortion ruling

Midday

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 15:13


Last Friday, in a 6-3 decision, the US Supreme Court overturned fifty years of federally guaranteed abortion rights. The controversial ruling has been denounced by President Biden and abortion rights activists. But opponents of abortion, including many religious groups, celebrated the decision as a victory in their decades-long campaign to end legalized abortion in America. Joining Tom now is Archbishop William Lori. In addition to leading the Archdiocese of Baltimore, he serves as the chair of the Committee on Pro-Life Activities of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops… He joins us on Zoom from Baltimore. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Eyes on Jesus with Archbishop Vigneron
Episode 31: Year of Prayer For Priestly Vocations

Eyes on Jesus with Archbishop Vigneron

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 41:41


Archbishop Vigneron discusses the Year of Prayer for Priestly Vocations in the Archdiocese of Detroit, a time for us to become united in prayer, working toward a culture that fosters and celebrates vocations to the priesthood. Show Notes: 0:30 – Archbishop Vigneron, Mary and Mike greet each other and the listeners and catch up on the last month. 1:10 – Mary asks Archbishop Vigneron about the National Eucharistic Revival, how we're observing and preparing for that effort in the Archdiocese of Detroit, and the Eucharistic Procession from the Cathedral to Sacred Heart Major Seminary on the Feast of Corpus Christi. 4:30 – Archbishop shares a memory of carrying the Blessed Sacrament in a monstrance to the sick at Lourdes in France 5:00 – Mike asks Archbishop Vigneron to talk about the relationship between our Year of Prayer for Priestly Vocations and the Eucharistic Revival. 5:58 – Mary asks Archbishop to explain what a “year of prayer,” how they are established in the Church, and what exactly we're praying for during this Year of Prayer for Priestly Vocations. 8:30 – Mary and Archbishop talk about how all Catholics in southeast Michigan can support those whom God calls to the priesthood to hear and have the courage to answer that call. 9:49 – Mike asks Archbishop Vigneron to share some of the highlights and important points of his recent pastoral note on the Year of Prayer for Priestly Vocations. 12:27 – Mary asks Archbishop about the shortage of priests, locally and nationally. 14:00 – Mary and Archbishop talk about the correlation between strong families and a strong culture of vocations. 14:45 – Mike asks Archbishop to speak about the Holy Hour for Priestly Vocations that opened the Year of Prayer on the Vigil of Pentecost. 17:40 – Archbishop and Mary talk about having faith that God will provide enough priests for His Church. 20:00 – Archbishop talk about other planned activities and events, at the diocesan, parish, and individual family levels, during the Year of Prayer for Priestly Vocations. 24:49 – Our hosts share stories about the inspiration they received from having joyful models of vocations–priests, religious, laity–as they were growing up and the impact that modeling had on their own vocations. 28:53 – Mary invites listeners to visit prayforvocations.com to view more resources about participating in the Year of Prayer for Priestly Vocations. 31:04 – Archbishop Vigneron contrasts the “no bystanders” nature of the Church's mission with the “consumer mentality” of our culture. 33:30 – Archbishop Vigneron answers listener questions, including his favorite things to cook, underrated female saints, and with whom in the Bible he would like to switch places. 39:30 – Archbishop shares his intentions for the month, including prayers for the Archdiocese of Detroit's new auxiliary bishop, Archbishop Paul Russel. He then closes the episode with the Archdiocese's prayer for priestly vocations and a blessing.

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
Special – A New Chapter for the Pro-life Movement in the United States – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 28:16


Join Archbishop George Lucas and Kris McGregor in this special episode as they discuss the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade on the Why it Matters Discerning Hearts Podcast. The post Special – A New Chapter for the Pro-life Movement in the United States – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

ArchbishopNick
How to Gain the Upper Hand Over the Thorns in our Character

ArchbishopNick

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 73:43


In this episode, the Archbishop uncovers how we can manage our internal weaknesses through prayer and revelation in the Word.  You can maximize your spiritual capacity by becoming a NDW podcast patron https://patron.podbean.com/archbishopnick and by joining this year's Global Prayer Summit on the 13th - 16th July 2022 in Maryland, USA. Register now at  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/global-prayer-summit-2022-tickets-322278121537 This message uncovers how to navigate adversity through divine revelation, using our shield of faith and the strategic declaration prayers necessary to overcome every wicked scheme against our lives.

The Nominal Tales
C1:E49: The Finding of Fury

The Nominal Tales

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 253:11


The Diamond Dogs process the terrible news of the faux Archbishop (actually Kethed's mentor, Sister Thoecia), and Danica whist returning to Caris. Yes, we just said "whilst". You're welcome. *Due to the nature of TTRPGs (Table Top Role Playing Games) there are occasionally some themes that may be difficult for certain listeners to hear. Should you happen upon a moment that is particularly difficult for you to process, please take care of your own needs first, whether that be stopping and listening at a later time, with a friend, or skipping on to the next episode entirely. We more than understand and desire your health (both mental and emotional) to be a priority. Show Notes: - Social Media Handles: - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nominaltales/ - GETTR: https://www.gettr.com/user/nominaltales - Twitter: https://twitter.com/thenominaltales - Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdBK9JJX/ - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NominalTales - Personal Website: https://www.spartanbodie.com/nt - Music credits: - Alexander Nakarada (Permission from Patreon backing) - Monument Studios (Permission from purchase agreement license) - Arcane Anthems (royalty free) - Kevin MacLeod (royalty free with permission for credit given)

Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts » Archbishop George Lucas
Special – A New Chapter for the Pro-life Movement in the United States – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast

Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts » Archbishop George Lucas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 28:16


Join Archbishop George Lucas and Kris McGregor in this special episode as they discuss the Supreme Court's overturning of Roe v. Wade on the Why it Matters Discerning Hearts Podcast. The post Special – A New Chapter for the Pro-life Movement in the United States – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

All Things Considered
Archbishop Mark O'Toole

All Things Considered

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 27:51


On Monday, Bishop Mark O'Toole of Plymouth was installed as Archbishop of Cardiff. In Swansea three days later, he was also made Bishop of Menevia. With those two positions, he became leader of most of the Catholics in Wales, and in the county of Hereford. Roy speaks to Archbishop Mark, to find out more about the man, his appointment, and his hopes for the challenging task that lies ahead.

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
WM28 – Vatican II – Gaudium et Spes part 5 – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 31:10


Join Archbishop George Lucas and Kris McGregor as they continue a conversation on Gaudium et Spes. Discerning Hearts Podcast The post WM28 – Vatican II – Gaudium et Spes part 5 – Why it Matters: An Exploration of Faith with Archbishop George Lucas Podcast appeared first on Discerning Hearts Catholic Podcasts.

Under The Skin with Russell Brand
#243 Is There A God? (with Ricky Gervais and Bishop Stephen Cottrell)

Under The Skin with Russell Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 11:12 Very Popular


This week we're taking a significant issue and presenting opposing views on the subject “Is there a God?” The two arguments come from two former Under the Skin episodes / guests: comedian and atheist, Ricky Gervais vs. the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell.  More Info: You can find out more about Ricky Gervais, here www.rickygervais.com and Bishop Stephen Cottrell, here https://www.archbishopofyork.org   Join me for a meditation over on my other podcast Above the Noise.   Join my mailing list and find out more about a one-off special with Wim Hof on July 10th https://www.russellbrand.com/join

Return To Tradition
Archbishop Lefebvre: Resist The Modernists Even If It Means Excommunication

Return To Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 15:31


He put it all on the line RtT's official Sponsor: https://praylatin.com https://www.charitymobile.com/rtt.php https://www.devoutdecals.com/ https://www.blessedbegodboutique.com Sources: https://www.returntotradition.org Contact Me: Email: return2catholictradition@gmail.com Support My Work: Patreon https://www.patreon.com/AnthonyStine SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.net/return-to-tradition Buy Me A Coffee https://www.buymeacoffee.com/AnthonyStine Physical Mail: Anthony Stine PO Box 3048 Shawnee, OK 74802 Follow me on the following social media: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbgdypwXSo0GzWSVTaiMPJg https://www.facebook.com/ReturnToCatholicTradition/ https://twitter.com/pontificatormax https://www.minds.com/PiusXIII https://gloria.tv/Return%20To%20Tradition mewe.com/i/anthonystine Back Up https://www.bitchute.com/channel/9wK5iFcen7Wt/ anchonr.fm/anthony-stine +JMJ+ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anthony-stine/support

Catholic Answers Live
#10671 Attacks on the Image and Likeness of God - Archbishop Alexander Sample

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022


Questions Covered: 19:40 – How do we reconcile the view that we are made in the image of God and that we are closely related to other animals?  23:29 – What do we mean by the “Image of God?” Is it physical attributes or descriptions of His spirit?  30:29 – How do you feel about current politicians who claim to be Catholic and promote abortion etc. and receive communion?  38:20 – How do we address the transgender issue since it’s an attack on the image and likeness of God?  46:39 – How do we respond to scandal in the Church since it’s a reflection of who God is?  50:35 – Should we be supporting resource pregnancy centers?  Should we as a Church support them more?  …

Candace
Ep. 61 Archbishop Bans Pelosi From Communion, Posobiec Is Detained By Swiss Police, and More. 3/3

Candace

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 6:02


Candace takes questions on Pelosi being banned from receiving communion, Alec Baldwins comments on the United Airlines brawl and Jack Posobiec being detained at WEF. --Today's Sponsors: Protect your online privacy with ExpressVPN. Get 3 Months FREE at www.expressvpn.com/CANDACE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices