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Bishop Arun Arora and Canon Paula Gooder share their passion for Advent, explore why Advent is the season for a ‘spiritual MOT', and also reflect on some of the inspiring stories of faith, from Stormzy to Santa, in his new Advent book 'Stick With Love'. They talk about the difficult questions to be faced about unanswered prayer, finding hope instead of despair in a deeply troubled world, and why stories are essential in the life of faith. The Rt Revd Arun Arora is the Bishop of Kirkstall in the Diocese of Leeds, having previously served as Vicar of St Nics, Durham, and before that as Director of Communications of the Archbishops' Council of the Church of England. His new book 'Stick with Love; Rejoicing in Every Tongue, Every Tribe, Every Nation' is The Archbishop of York's Advent for Book 2023. Dr Paula Gooder is Canon Chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral, a distinguished New Testament scholar and the author of numerous popular and academic books including her Advent books 'The Meaning is in the Waiting' and 'Journey to the Manger'.
The Story gets to the first part in the two-part saga of the life of Thomas Beckett- the London boy who would go on to become Chancellor of England and Archbishop of Canterbury. And yet his story illustrates, perhaps perfectly, not just the tale of a man, but how the citizens of London navigated the powerful, unstable, and violent nation around them.
Bishop Arun Arora, author of the Archbishop of York's Advent book Stick With Love, shares how a young Brummie with a Sikh dad and Hindu mum became a Christian through Billy Graham. Having been in the Church for 30 years before he saw another Asian man in Church leadership, Arun shares why he and the Archbishop of York have such a strong commitment to racial justice. • Subscribe to the Unapologetic podcast: https://pod.link/1622170986 • More podcasts, free ebook & newsletter: https://premierunbelievable.com • Watch Unapologetic YouTube playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2Ds_nyh5gM_0OQDM3me0ZjLcNg2345GX • For conference & live events: http://www.unbelievable.live • For our apologetics courses: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/training • Support us in the USA: http://www.premierinsight.org/unbelievableshow • Support us in the rest of the world: https://www.premierunbelievable.com/donate
- Why Did Pope Francis FIRE the Archbishop of Tyler, Texas? - DANIEL DARLING: "Agents of Grace: How to Bridge Cultural Divides" - "Examining the Left's Claim that Late-Term Abortion 'NEVER REALLY HAPPENS'" - "Today is the 60th Anniversary of the Assassination of John F Kennedy. What Kind of Impact Did this Event Have on Our Nation - the World - and the Church?"
This week we look at elections in Argentina and the Netherlands; the cease fire in Gaza; BBC coverage of Gaza; Sex education in Scotland; Scotland's Jews; closing Grangemouth; Finland's Pavi Rasanen; The Crown and the Cult of Diana; Staffordshire Police police language; the Trans Roman Emperor; the Archbishop of Canterbury and Hinduism; Australia win cricket world cup; No more lads and lasses at Newcastle FC; the rich and climate change; Guardian funding....and our featured album is Leonard Cohen's 'Popular Problems' with other music from Julie Covington and the Laughing Policeman - Enjoy...!
Iain Dale interviews evangelical Christian and Chair of the Ban Conversion Therapy Coalition about whether the UK is going in the right direction on LGBT rights, Jayne's experiences with the Church and coming out and whether Justin Welby is still the right man to be the Archbishop of Canterbury. Due to a technical issue, there are very short periods in which the sound quality changes. The discussion is so insightful, we've left those bits in.
What have we forgotten about Advent?Join Archbishop Smith as he shares about Advent as a season of penitence, the purpose of the liturgical year vs. the secular year, Advent as a season of being shook out of our apathy and the irregularity of the fourth Sunday of Advent being the same day as Christmas Eve this year.Shownotes:Gospel for First Sunday in Advent, Year B:Watch us on YouTube Here!andSubscribe to our email list: Upfront Updates Upfront with the Archbishop is a weekly podcast where our goal is to strengthen the relationship between the hierarchy and the faithful through informal conversations about our Catholic faith. Featuring Archbishop Richard Smith (Archdiocese of Edmonton, AB) and our host Jenny Connelly. Produced by Matthew Bodnarek.
Hour 3 of The Drew Mariani Show on 11-20-23 Deacon Ernie Martinez takes a look at the Catholic Church's stance on weed though the eyes of Archbishop Aquila in Denver, who recently wrote a passionate letter about drug use That They Might Have Life - Archdiocese of Denver (archden.org)
The Church of England has abandoned the teaching of Jesus with prayers for same sex blessings potentially to start before Christmas. ‘Tragic' says Gafcon.‘Disastrous' says the Global South. ‘Deeply Troubled' says the Church of England Evangelical Council‘First order difference requires first order differentiation' says Vaughan Roberts ‘It is hard not to dissolve into a flood of tears' says the Mark Thompson the principal of Sydney's Moore College. ‘The Archbishop of Canterbury should resign' - says the Church Society's Lee Gatiss.The English General Synod has crossed a line that evangelicals across the world had been praying and hoping would not happen.The General Synod expressed its support by a tiny majority of just a few votes for the continued implementation of the House of Bishops proposals to change the position and practice of the Church of England with regards to sexual ethics and marriage. We now expect the English bishops to commend prayers of blessing for same sex couples by mid-December (and provide dedicated services soon after), to prepare guidance which will make it possible for clergy to marry their same sex partners, and that future ordinands will not to be asked to indicate whether their lifestyle and personal relationships are in keeping with the doctrine of the Church of England.Vaughan Roberts is one of the UK's leading evangelical ministers within the church of England. Vaughan is senior pastor of St Ebbes in Oxford.http://www.thepastorsheart.net/podcast/vaughan-roberts-on-english-synodSupport the show--To make a one off contribution to support The Pastor's Heart's ministry go to this link, or to become a regular Patreon supporter click here.
The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon for, November 12, 2023 titled "Be Prepared" followed by the announcements. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bishopmark/support
St Gregory Palamas, Archbishop of Thessalonica (Nov 14)Reference materials for this episode:https://youtu.be/rkM5Mhd_s7c?si=Y9mELt52x_S08w9D — playlist of lectures discussing the hesychast controversyhttps://www.oca.org/saints/lives/2023/11/14/103303-saint-gregory-palamas-archbishop-of-thessalonica — biographyhttps://sgpm.goarch.org/Monastery/?page_id=33 — in depth, but incomplete, biographyhttps://sgpm.goarch.org/Monastery/?p=109 — sermon on the healing of the paralyzed manScripture citations for this episode:Genesis 11:1-9 — the tower of Babel 1 Kings (3 Kingdoms) 9:1-9 — God's words to Solomon regarding the templeMark 2:1-12 — healing of the paralyzed manMatthew 9:1-8 — healing of the paralyzed manHebrews 12 — God is a consuming fire into whose presence we must be prepared to enterThis episode is a joint production of Paradosis Pavilion & Generative soundsAll music in this (& every) episode of The Christian Saints Podcast is a production of Generative SoundsParadosis Pavilion - https://youtube.com/@paradosispavilion9555Generative Sounds - https://generativesoundsjjm.bandcamp.comhttps://www.instagram.com/christiansaintspodcasthttps://twitter.com/podcast_saintshttps://www.facebook.com/christiansaintspodcastIconographic images used by kind permission of Nicholas Papas, who controls distribution rights of these imagesPrints of all of Nick's work can be found at Saint Demetrius Press - http://www.saintdemetriuspress.comDistribution rights of this episode & all music contained in it are controlled by Generative SoundsCopyright 2021 - 2023
As deeper revelation is revealed, the Archbishop uses the context of the biblical story of Esther to give unique insight into how believers should understand the Law of Consequences. With greater understanding of reaping and sowing; the body of Christ can live the abundant life of blessings for generations to come! Join His Eminence - Archbishop Nicholas Duncan - Williams for 2 empowering programs: 1. Sign up for the 100 Days of Global Prayer and join the Global community of Intercessors - Register at https://ndwministries.org/100-days-of-prayer/ 2. Register and attend The Ghana Faith Pilgrimage Tours in Accra - Ghana from 28th Nov - 6th Dec 2023. Secure your place now at https://ndwministries.org/faith-tour-ghana/
The Israel / Gaza conflict generates all sorts of political and religious opinions in recent times, with many Christian leaders (including the Archbishop of Canterbury) seeming to follow the popular left-wing consensus of calling for an immediate ceasefire. Whilst this might seem the obvious course of action, is it really the best option? Whilst all wars bring tragedy, are all wars avoidable? When does peacekeeping maintain conflict in other ways? And how does this "ceasefire" approach to conflict mirror the recent events of the Anglican Synod as it pushes through its controversial plans to bless same-sex relationships? What are the consequences of churches “surrendering” churches to the cultural Zeitgeist? And how might Christians prepare themselves for when they find they can bear the compromises in their denomination no longer? **** Pod of the Gaps is a listener supported podcast! If you enjoy the show, please help cover our costs — neither Andy nor Aaron is paid to do the show, it's a labour of love. Your support helps cover our hosting costs, books, and the occasional coffee! If you enjoy our mix of wit and wisdom, please help us keep the show going and support us for a small amount at https://www.patreon.com/wkop **** NOTES * Allison, C. FitzSimons, "The Cruelty of Heresy: An Affirmation of Christian Orthodoxy" (London: SPCK, 1994) * https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/britain-should-back-a-ceasefire/ * https://thatgoodfight.substack.com/p/but-we-both-believe-the-bible
Archbishop Naumann dialogues with Dan Spencer founder of Legacy of Faith, a ministry that equips Catholic Grandparents to be a positive spiritual influence in their grandchildren's lives and help future generations remain faithful to Christ and His Church. Archbishop shares some of his family history while reflecting upon the role his grandparents played in his faith journey, and the two share some real practical advice on how grandparents can be harmoniously engaged in the Faith lives of their grandchildren.
The Archbishop of Beijing is in Hong Kong – for the first time in more than 70 years. Matthew Bunson joins us with more. Also, Peggy Stanton discusses what Jesus is telling us in this Sunday's Parable of the Talents. Steve Weidenkopf takes us for a walk through history and other times the Church has faced Crisis – and come out stronger for it.
On Saturday November 23rd, 1963, with the country in a state of shock and mourning, Music Director Erich Leinsdorf led the Boston Symphony orchestra in the compositions of Gluck, Wagner, and Beethoven. John Kennedy was the grandchild of former famous Boston mayor John “Honey Fitz” Fitzgerald. The concert was given at Symphony Hall in honor of the slain son of Boston. Elsewhere, numerous famous people gave statements on the assassination. The next morning, Sunday November 24th, despite being surrounded by a crowd of police officers at the Dallas Police headquarters, Lee Harvey Oswald was shot and mortally wounded by nightclub owner Jack Ruby on live TV while being transported to the Dallas County jail. Ruby shot Oswald in the abdomen, at point blank range, with a .38 caliber revolver. The shooting took place at 11:21 a.m. local time. Oswald was taken into surgery at Parkland Memorial Hospital. He died at 1:07 p.m., never to face trial. That Sunday, thousands of people around the world went to Sunday mass in memory of the fallen President. Later an LP called That Day With God was produced with excerpts from several of these inspirational expressions. It included Pope Paul VI, The Archbishop of Canterbury and Richard Cardinal Cushing. I'll let Henry Fonda read the last one.
I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd giveth his life for his sheep.Ego sum pastor bonus. Bonus pastor animam suam dat pro ovibus suis. 12 But the hireling, and he that is not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and flieth: and the wolf catcheth, and scattereth the sheep:Mercenarius autem, et qui non est pastor, cujus non sunt oves propriae, videt lupum venientem, et dimittit oves, et fugit : et lupus rapit, et dispergit oves; 13 And the hireling flieth, because he is a hireling: and he hath no care for the sheep.mercenarius autem fugit, quia mercenarius est, et non pertinet ad eum de ovibus. 14 I am the good shepherd; and I know mine, and mine know me.Ego sum pastor bonus : et cognosco meas, et cognoscunt me meae. 15 As the Father knoweth me, and I know the Father: and I lay down my life for my sheep.Sicut novit me Pater, et ego agnosco Patrem : et animam meam pono pro ovibus meis. 16 And other sheep I have, that are not of this fold: them also I must bring, and they shall hear my voice, and there shall be one fold and one shepherd.Et alias oves habeo, quae non sunt ex hoc ovili : et illas oportet me adducere, et vocem meam audient, et fiet unum ovile et unus pastor. St Josaphat, a monk of the order of St Basil and afterward Archbishop of Polatsk, laboured for the reunion of the Greek Church with the Church of Rome. He was murdered by his enemies in A.D. 1623.
Fr. John Gatzak sits down each Sunday with The Most Rev. Leonard P. Blair, Archbishop of Hartford, to chat about the religious issues of the day and the Archbishop answers questions about faith and religion submitted by the listening audience. The Archbishop's Corner airs each Sunday morning at 7:00 and 11:30. As the shepherd of Christ's flock in Connecticut, this kind of relationship and faith exchange is very important. Archbishop Blair cannot be with every member of the archdiocese. This is his way to get down to ear-level with his followers in the faith. Questions are welcome at any time, from anyone, of any age and from anywhere. Ask Archbishop Blair whatever is on your mind. Call 203.805.5047 and record your message on the Archbishop's Hotline or email your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. Along with your question, please include your first name & town of residence! And remember, if you don't ask, you'll never know.
The family of Medway man who was found dead in The Netherlands have revealed his body was discovered almost two months ago.22-year-old Liam Graham went missing after a car crash near Hoo back in July.The Archbishop of Canterbury has repeated calls for a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.There are growing concerns for doctors and patients at Gaza's biggest hospital which is in the middle of a war zone.A Kent mum is taking part in a march to parliament today to call for a life-changing epilepsy treatment to be made available on the NHS.Teagan Appleby from Aylesham can suffer up 300 seizures a day, and her mum is currently paying as much as £2,000 a month for cannabis medication.Latest figures show 615 asylum seekers made the journey across the Channel in small boats on Sunday.It comes as an investigation has found a growing number are being granted work permits because of delays processing their claims.The man who oversees the police in Kent says there is still plenty he wants to achieve in the role.Police and crime commissioners are elected every four years, with the next vote due to happen in 2024.An NHS worker who was living in his car after struggling to afford a home to rent has now found somewhere to stay.Bogumil Kusiba is staying in an Airbnb on an alpaca farm after someone heard his story and reached out to help.Volunteers at a domestic abuse charity based in Swale and Medway have been given the Kings Award...SATEDA has recieved the honour, which is the equivalent to an MBE and recognises work in the voluntary sector.And in football, the manager of Chatham Town's women's team has been telling us how he hopes to get more people in to watch games.They beat Haywards Heath 4-2 in a dramatic first round FA Cup at the weekend.
The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon for, November 12, 2023 titled "Be Prepared" followed by the announcements. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bishopmark/support
Yvonne earned a Master of Arts degree at New School University and a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Puerto Rico. Yvonne completed the Women's Leadership Institute certificate program at the Hartford Seminary and Education for Ministry (EfM) from the School of Theology, The University of the South. A passionate advocate against domestic violence and sexual assault, Yvonne is a member of the Task Force on Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse in the Episcopal Diocese of New York, where she brings years of experience and a deep commitment to this important social issue. Her work for over 25 years as a financial consultant and extensive technical knowledge of employee benefit plans have also informed her understanding of domestic violence as an economic issue affecting women's financial status and ability to plan for a secure future. Yvonne's commitment to empowerment extends beyond financial literacy, as she educates women on the importance of recognizing and addressing abusive relationships. Yvonne grew up in the church and began reading in church as a very young girl at her great-grandmother's annual birthday church service. Yvonne was first elected to the vestry as a teenager and has held various positions in her parish, Holy Trinity in Manhattan, on various boards, including the Church Pension Group and the American College of Financial Services, VP on the Board of Trustees of The Church Club of New York. She served as a Trustee of The Cathedral School of Saint John the Divine and the Board of Directors of the Society of Financial Service Professionals and a member of the board of the Diocesan Episcopal Church Women and the Diocesan Council. Yvonne was elected Lay Representative to the Province II Council in April 2018. Appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury to the Advisory Council of the Anglican Communion Office at the United Nations, Yvonne has attended UN meetings, eg: the Financing for Development Forum in Doha, Qatar and currently promoting sustainable development, in representing the Africa Development Interchange Network. Yvonne is a member of the Executive Committee of the NGO Committee on the Status of Women. She is active in other NGOs and was the co-chair of the NGO Committee on Sustainable Development-NY. She is active in New York City for CEDAW (Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women) Act working closely with the Commission on Gender to end all forms of discrimination against women. In the Episcopal Diocese of New York, Yvonne is a member of the Standing Committee, the Task Force Against Human Trafficking, and the Task Force on Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse. As chair of the Diocese's Companion Diocese Committee and later the Global Mission Commission's chair, Yvonne fostered international mission outreach connections in congregations. She has traveled internationally, especially in Africa and India, to strengthen bonds among congregations and help develop anti-poverty programs. Yvonne was awarded the Society of Financial Service Professionals' Paul S. Mills Scholarship, recognizing her lifelong commitment to education, voluntarism and ethics. The Council of the City of Philadelphia honored and recognized Yvonne with a Citation, dated May 9, 2018, “for her commitment to the advancement of women and girls in the United States and abroad.” Follow her at: https://yvonneoneal.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ozzie-stewart/support
This insightful message by the Archbishop gives key lessons and strategies on how believers should view sowing and reaping physically and spiritually. With a biblical and current affairs outlook, this message will inform and ignite your conviction to activate the Holy Spirit in every dimension of your life, so that God's wisdom informs your relationships, your finances, and your character. When we align our lifestyle and actions with the Word of God, we will begin to reap a hundred-fold blessings for ourselves, our families and the generations to come! Join His Eminence - Archbishop Nicholas Duncan - Williams for 2 empowering programs: 1. Sign up for the 100 Days of Global Prayer and join the Global community of Intercessors - Register at https://ndwministries.org/100-days-of-prayer/ 2. Register & attend The Ghana Faith Pilgrimage Tours in Accra - Ghana from 28th Nov - 6th Dec 2023. Secure your place now at https://ndwministries.org/faith-tour-ghana/
Morning Prayer for Tuesday, November 7, 2023 (Proper 26; Willibrord, Archbishop of Utrecht and Missionary to Frisia, 739). Psalm and Scripture readings (60-day Psalter): Psalm 19 2 Chronicles 33 Acts 11:19-30 Click here to access the text for Morning Prayer at DailyOffice2019.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dailyofficepodcast/support
Evening Prayer for Tuesday, November 7, 2023 (Proper 26; Willibrord, Archbishop of Utrecht and Missionary to Frisia, 739). Psalm and Scripture readings (60-day Psalter): Psalms 20-21 Isaiah 20 Mark 14:1-25 Click here to access the text for Morning Prayer at DailyOffice2019.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dailyofficepodcast/support
The recent news of the violence and murder of thousands of people in Palestine and Israel has sent shockwaves around the world. In the midst of conflict lies confusion and finger-pointing. In this very special episode of For People, Bishop Wright has a conversation with Archbishop Hosam E. Naoum, the Anglican Archbishop in Jerusalem. His jurisdiction covers Palestine, Israel, The Westbank, and other territories and states. They discuss the current conflict and preserving the dignity of every person - that in this time of war peacebuilding across the table must be the response. They delve into the crucial role the church plays in fostering a lasting, just solution for both Israelis and Palestinians, even in an environment characterized by tension and mistrust. Listen in for the full conversation.Give to The Diocese of Jerusalem here.The Most Reverend Hosam Elias Naoum was consecrated as Bishop Coadjutor of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem in June, 2020, and he was installed as Diocesan and the 15th Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem on May 13, 2021. He was born in Haifa in 1974 and grew up in Shefa'amr in Galilee. Married to his wife Rafa, they have a son and two daughters: Wadie, Laurice, and Krista.As Diocesan Bishop, Archbishop Hosam is the Chief Pastor of the 28 parishes spread through the five political regions of Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon. As Bishop, he is also Chairman of the Board of each of more than thirty institutions of education and healthcare spread throughout the five countries of the Diocese, including Gaza. The diocesan schools, hospitals, clinics, rehabilitation and vocational training centers provide the best possible services while reaching out to assist those who cannot afford to pay for services and strengthening the Christian presence in this region.In a multicultural, multi-faith, multi-ethnic diocese spread across five countries, Archbishop Naoum is a strong advocate for peace and reconciliation. A significant member of many ecumenical and interfaith organizations, he works with the Archbishop of Canterbury on Anglican and interfaith issues. One of the thirteen recognized Heads of Churches in Israel, Archbishop Naoum faithfully encourages leaders of the Churches to make every effort to strengthen the Christian presence as a moderate and mediating Body in a region torn by anxiety and unrest.In May of 2023, Archbishop Hosam also became the Primate over the entire Province of Jerusalem & the Middle East, which includes not only the Diocese of Jerusalem, but also the Diocese of Cyprus & the Gulf and the Diocese of Iran. In January of that same year, he was also elected as Vice Chair of the Anglican Consultative Council at the ACC-18 Meeting in Ghana, a representative body that serves as one of the uniting Instruments of the Worldwide Anglican Communion.Support the show
Please enjoy this broadcast of our candlelight service for All Saints Sunday in its entirety. The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon for ALL SAINTS SUNDAY, November 5, 2023 titled "The Reunion of Saints" followed by the announcements. Today's service was dedicated to all the Saints who have gone before us and especially in loving memory of Patricia Guinn McKool Petton -- November 23, 1953 ~ November 5, 2011. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bishopmark/support
Morning Prayer for Monday, November 6, 2023 (Proper 26; William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury and Teacher of the Faith, 1944). Psalm and Scripture readings (60-day Psalter): Psalm 18:1-20 2 Kings 20 Acts 11:1-18 Click here to access the text for Morning Prayer at DailyOffice2019.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dailyofficepodcast/support
Evening Prayer for Monday, November 6, 2023 (Proper 26; William Temple, Archbishop of Canterbury and Teacher of the Faith, 1944). Psalm and Scripture readings (60-day Psalter): Psalm 18:21-50 Isaiah 19 Mark 13:14-37 Click here to access the text for Morning Prayer at DailyOffice2019.com. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dailyofficepodcast/support
A native of Thessalonica, he rose from secretary to Alexander, Patriarch of Constantinople (commemorated August 30), to deacon, then succeeded St Alexander as Patriarch around 337. For his virtue and his zeal for Orthodoxy he was hated by the Arians, who were still powerful in the Empire. The Arian Emperor Constantius, learning of Paul's election, exiled him and made the Arian Eusebius Patriarch in his place. St Paul went to Rome, where he joined St Athanasius the Great in exile. Furnished with letters from Pope Julius, he was able to ascend the Patriarchal throne once again upon the death of Eusebius. But once again the Arians were able to put one of their party on the Patriarchal throne: Macedonius, who even went beyond the Arian heresy and denied the divinity of the Holy Spirit. Once again the legitimate, Orthodox Patriarch found himself in exile in Rome. In succeeding years St Paul stood firm for Orthodoxy while complex political and military intrigues swirled around him, with the Orthodox Constans, Emperor of the West (and Constantius' brother) supporting him while Constantius continued to oppose him. For a time Constans was able to enforce Paul's place on the Patriarchal throne, but when he died, Constantius banished St Paul to Cucusus on the Black Sea. There, while he was celebrating the Divine Liturgy in the house where he was kept prisoner, the Arians strangled him with his own omophorion. His relics were brought back to Constantinople by the Emperor Theodosius the Great.
Now more than ever, the nations and communities of our world are experiencing a shaking like never before. This timely sermon by the Archbishop encourages the body of Christ to connect and activate the Spirit of God through prayer to fulfill their purpose in God's Kingdom plan. Our Dominion mandate must be pursued, so that we glorify God and become a blessing to others. Join His Eminence - Archbishop Nicholas Duncan - Williams for 2 empowering programs: 1. Sign up for the 100 Days of Global Prayer and join the Global community of Intercessors - Register at https://ndwministries.org/100-days-of-prayer/ 2. Register & attend The Ghana Faith Pilgrimage Tours in Accra Ghana from 28th Nov - 6th Dec 2023. Secure your place now at https://ndwministries.org/faith-tour-ghana/
Give to support the Living Church Podcast studio!Last chance to join us in NYC for Preaching in a Post-Christian Age.The visions of Julian of Norwich came to her 650 years ago this May. Claire Gilbert's new novel, I, Julian, is a fictional autobiography about the life and visions of Julian. We'll be discussing the book today with its author and discovering why and how she would write such a boldly imaginative book from the perspective of one of Anglicanism's most beloved figures.We'll learn a bit about the actual woman we know as Julian, and talk about what life might have looked like in her time, in an age of tight-knit community, mystery plays, and mystical texts, as well as church division, plague, and tectonic societal shifts. We'll also hear about what it's like to inhabit such a powerful voice for so many years of research and writing, and what changed in Claire's life as she wrote the book.Before I tell you a little more about Claire, I want to thank those of you who have jumped in to support a podcast studio so we can keep bringing you conversations like this at a high quality with fantastic guests. I want to personally thank three new supporters: Sharon, Roger, and John. Join the ranks of these good folks by clicking the link in the show notes and help us bring onto the podcast people like Dr. Claire Gilbert, our guest today.Claire is founding director of the Westminster Abbey Institute for ethics and public life. She has worked for the Archbishops' Council of the Church of England as policy advisor in medical ethics and environmental issues and is a lay Canon at St Paul's Cathedral. She co-founded the St Paul's Institute in 2003. She has authored many books. Her latest, the novel I, Julian (Hodder & Stoughton), is available now.If you'd like to win a free copy of the book, you can enter our TLC Book Club contest. Just go to livingchurch.org and click the popup to download a free study guide and be entered to win a free copy of I, Julian.Now hold on to your wimple. We're headed out on a beautiful and sometimes intense literary journey -- which is also a journey of the heart. We hope you enjoy the conversation.Give to support the Living Church Podcast studio!Last chance to join us in NYC for Preaching in a Post-Christian Age.
What is "the Church?" Taylor Marshall's response to Archbishop Vigano about Francis? Difference between excommunications of Archbishops Lefebvre and Thuc? Did Lefebvre deny papal primacy? "Father, forgive them ...": did Christ forgive everybody, save everyone? How to gain All Souls Day plenary indulgence. This episode was recorded on 10/31/2023 Our Links: http://linkwcb.com/ Please consider making a monetary donation to What Catholics Believe. Father Jenkins remembers all of our benefactors in general during his daily Mass, and he also offers one Mass on the first Sunday of every month specially for all supporters of What Catholics Believe. May God bless you for your generosity! https://www.wcbohio.com/donate Subscribe to our other YouTube channels: @WCBHolyMassLivestream @WCBHighlights May God bless you all!
Few people, particularly in the UK, have shown the kind of courageous, tenacious commitment to truth as media personality, minister, conservative commentator, and Anglican deacon Fr. Calvin Robinson. In 2020, after discerning a call to church ministry, Robinson left a career in teaching to pursue a degree in theology through St. Stephen's House, Oxford. In 2022, he applied for a curacy within the London Diocese of the Church of England. Robinson, a British citizen of mixed race, learned that his application had been held up due to his opinions on Critical Race Theory. Earlier, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby declared that the Church of England was “deeply institutionally racist,” a statement with which Robinson took issue. When it became clear that church leaders were dragging their feet over his placement, Robinson requested access to the files pertaining to his case. He learned that the Church of England, not the “broad church” many assumed, was rejecting him for his outspoken conservative views. Describing a conversation with the Bishop of London, Rt. Rev. Sarah Mullally, Robinson reported: I said as a mixed race person I don't feel like the church is institutionally racist. I think it's wrong for the Archbishop of Canterbury to stand up on a pedestal to announce, “We are racist.” I think that's wrong. I think individuals are racist and they need to be held to account for it, but to say that we as an institution are, that's unhelpful. I don't think it's statistically true. And she said to me, “Well I think we are, and as a white woman I can tell you that we are, and I've seen it.” His view on racial issues is not the only area in which Fr. Robinson found himself in conflict with the Church of England. As he put it, It seems the Church will affirm any liberal progressive secular view, but clamp down on conservative views, either political or theological. If you defend family values, the sanctity of marriage, all human life being sacred, or the fact that God made us male and female, you'll face opprobrium. Ousted from the Church of England, Fr. Robinson became a deacon in the Free Church of England instead, a church that aligns with the Global Anglican Future Conference, or GAFCON, an international body committed to biblical orthodoxy. Until recently, he hosted a popular show on GB News and now serves as minister-in-charge in a local parish. Fr. Robinson recently defended that the church should not perform or bless same-sex “marriages” in a debate at the Oxford Union, one of the world's oldest institutions of public discourse. His opponents were three progressive bishops. In each of these experiences, Robinson has demonstrated the kind of courage required for Christian faithfulness today. This begins, as Robinson put it, with a commitment to truth: People are looking for the Truth. It is our job as the Church to proclaim the Truth from the rooftops and let people know there is another way; that Jesus Christ is the truth and the way, and the life. If that means being counter-cultural, so be it. It is not our job to chase societal norms, it is our job to live a life rooted in the Scriptures. We cannot chase fads in order to attract numbers, bums in seats are a side-effect not the objective. … [W]e are called to disciple the nations—but I do not believe that means obsessing over attracting new demographics; that means obsessing over preaching the Good News, doing it well and faithfully. If we do that, people will come, and Christ will convert them. Courage, specifically how Christians can have a courageous faith, is the theme of the 2024 Colson Center National Conference, to be held May 30-June 2 in Arlington, Texas. I'm very pleased to announce that Fr. Calvin Robinson will join us for this event as a speaker along with an amazing lineup of others, such as Drs. Sean McDowell, Kathy Koch, and Neil Shenvi. To register, go to ColsonConference.org. This Breakpoint was co-authored by Kasey Leander. For more resources to live like a Christian in this cultural moment, go to breakpoint.org.
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We've all heard the question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” And your answer has likely changed over the years. Similarly, the process of discerning our vocation can take unexpected twists and look different as we enter new stages of life. Back for his monthly segment to talk to producer Kayla Mayer about this big topic and share his own discernment story, is our shepherd, Archbishop Hebda. Like what you're hearing? Leave us a review, subscribe, and follow us on social media @practicingcatholicshow!
The Most Reverend Dr. Mark D. Manning, D.D., D.R.S., Archbishop of Dallas Universal Life Church, delivers his sermon for October 29, 2023 titled "Love of Neighbor" followed by the announcements and a special announcement and impromptu roundtable. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bishopmark/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/bishopmark/support
Understand the importance of activating and working with the Holy Spirit to gain capacity and receive illumination of the Word of God. In this message - Candle of the Lord, the Archbishop shares deep spiritual truths that will equip you with the strategic ways the Holy Spirit connects us with God and how to divinely align our lives to be Spirit-driven for greater capacity, victories and breakthroughs. It's the season to go deeper into your spiritual life by joining His Eminence, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan - Williams, for 2 empowering programs. 1. Sign up for the 100 Days of Global Prayer and join the Global community of Intercessors - Register at https://ndwministries.org/100-days-of-prayer/ 2. Register and attend The Ghana Faith Pilgrimage Tours in Accra - Ghana from 28th Nov - 6th Dec 2023. Secure your place now at https://ndwministries.org/faith-tour-ghana/
For our first episode of Season 5, we are humbled to welcome Archbishop Thomas Wenski of the Archdiocese of Miami, FL. Growing up in south Florida as the son of Polish immigrants, Archbishop Wenski learned Spanish in the seminary and Haitian Creole as a young priest. He shares stories from his 18 years of experience working with the Haitian community. He reflects on his understanding of a missionary spirit that invites one to enter another language or cultural space as a guest and learner. In this episode, Brian and Joe talk about the hospitality that they have received from migrants. The shelters where they minister are spaces where they are really guests of the migrants who live there, and who often want to show hospitality, as any host would to a guest. They share the story of Yurgelis, a migrant woman from Venezuela who generously offered them a meal as a farewell. On another occasion, Juan Diego, a migrant man from southern Mexico, served them chalupas after a Mass in Reynosa. Keep in mind, these were authentic chalupas from Guerrero, Mexico, and not chalupas from Taco Bell. (Not that there is anything wrong with those!)
A daily news briefing from Catholic News Agency, powered by artificial intelligence. Ask your smart speaker to play “Catholic News,” or listen every morning wherever you get podcasts. www.catholicnewsagency.com - Cardinal Pierbattista Pizzaballa, the Latin Catholic patriarch of Jerusalem, last week lamented the deaths of 18 Palestinians in a missile strike on the Greek Orthodox Church of Saint Porphyrius in Gaza City. Speaking of those killed in the bombings, Pizzaballa said: “The pain of those families, who have already been suffering for a long time, is enormous, and we are with them.” The missile blasts, which struck a building on the church compound on Thursday, reportedly killed 18 people, including children, and injured several others. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255781/latin-patriarch-of-jerusalem-mourns-18-dead-in-gaza-christian-church-bombing The Diocese of Stockton, California, has issued a warning about a pair of imposters posing as Catholic clergymen in the city of Modesto and charging high fees for blessings and sacraments. The diocese said that two unidentified men are falsely using the names of actual clergymen from Mexico, namely Archbishop Raúl Gómez González of Toluca and Father José Adán González Estrada, a priest from the same archdiocese. The imposters are charging high fees for sacramental blessings and for “conducting unauthorized celebrations” of sacraments like baptism, confirmation, and first Communion, the diocese said in its Friday warning. Modesto police have been notified of the deception but the diocese said it has been advised that only victims of the fraud can file criminal complaints. The diocese is strongly encouraging any victims of the fraud to contact the police. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/255784/wolves-in-sheep-s-clothing-california-diocese-warns-about-imposter-priests Today the Church celebrates Saint Anthony Claret, a 19th-century missionary and Archbishop of Santiago de Cuba. https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/saint/st-anthony-claret-634
#131. Adhir Ravipati - Head Football Coach Archbishop RiordanCoach Adhir Ravipati is a highly accomplished football coach with a remarkable track record of success at various levels of the game. His passion for football, combined with his exceptional coaching skills, has not only led teams to victory but also instilled important life values in his players.Head Coach at Archbishop Riordan Football Team:Coach Ravipati currently serves as the head coach of the Archbishop Riordan Football team, where he continues to inspire and lead the next generation of football players.Quarterback Coach at the College of San Mateo (CSM):Prior to his role at Archbishop Riordan, Coach Ravipati was the quarterback coach at CSM. His expertise in developing young quarterbacks contributed significantly to their success.Head Coach at Menlo Atherton High School:Coach Ravipati's coaching legacy was notably forged during his tenure as the head coach of Menlo Atherton High School's football program. Under his guidance, the team achieved remarkable success, including: - 3-time Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) Champion. - 2-time Central Coast Section (CCS) Champion. - 2-time NorCal Champion. - State Champion in 2018.Coaching Philosophy:Coach Ravipati's coaching philosophy extends beyond the scoreboard. He is known for instilling values of discipline, teamwork, and perseverance in his players, preparing them not only for success on the football field but also for the challenges they will face in life.Legacy:Coach Adhir Ravipati's remarkable coaching career is a testament to his unwavering dedication and ability to transform young athletes into champions. His legacy serves as an inspiration to aspiring football players and coaches alike, emphasizing the importance of skill development, mentorship, and character building in the world of sports.
BONUS episode - Chad & Ben take turns RANTING about Issues 1 and 2 on the Ohio Ballot this November 7th, 2023. (Share this episode around with friends and family!) Chad rants on Issue 1 (up through minute 10:52), specifically calling out Catholics. What did the Archbishop of Cincinnati do on Respect Life Sunday, what was his promulgation on Issue 1, and what does that mean for the consciences of voting Catholics? Ben rants on Issue 2 (from minute 10:52 till episode's end), bringing to light facts now known about the commercialization of marijuana from other states who've implemented it. What are those facts as it relates to public health and safety, what are the actual tax benefits, and how does the ensuing proliferation of dispensaries impact local communities? SHOW NOTES:Archbishop Schnurr's homily: Listen to Archbishop Schnurr's Respect Life Sunday Homily! – St. Francis Seraph Parish (sfsparish.org)Text of Issues 1 and 2: Ohio State Issues 1 and 2 (ohiosos.gov)
This revelatory sermon focuses on identifying spiritual altars in your life and family. By understanding the significance of altars, the Archbishop shares how to recognize demonic patterns in your life and the strategies to overcome them through prayer and intercession. For a greater atmosphere for miracles, revelation and understanding, subscribe to @ArchbishopNick YouTube channel.
What prompts God to make “exceptions to the rules”? Uncover the mystery and find the answers that will move the hand of God to bring deliverance and move mightily on your behalf. Listen as the Archbishop draws us into the mind, power and will of God for a life of abundance. Gain spiritual capacity by joining Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams for 2 empowering programs: 1. Sign up for the 100 Days of Global Prayer and join the Global community of Intercessors - Register at https://ndwministries.org/100-days-of-prayer/ 2. Register and attend The Ghana Faith Pilgrimage Tours in Accra-Ghana from 28th Nov - 6th Dec 2023. Secure your place now at https://ndwministries.org/faith-tour-ghana/
Today marks the 770th anniversary of the death of Robert Grosseteste who, though from a humble background, rose to importance as a church statesman, theologian, educator, and eventually bishop of Lincoln, England. Among the few details known about Grosseteste's education and early career is that he was educated in a cathedral school, possibly at Hereford. He showed such promise in the liberal arts, canon law, and medicine that, in 1192, he was recommended for a position with William de Vere, the bishop of Hereford for whom Grosseteste worked until de Vere's death in 1198. In 1225, Grosseteste was given a benefice in the diocese of Lincoln. In 1229, he became an archdeacon at Leicester and a canon of the cathedral at Lincoln. A serious illness in 1232 convinced him that God was angry that he held multiple offices, so he resigned his post as archdeacon and kept the job as canon. Also in 1229, Grosseteste began teaching theology at the Franciscan convent in the relatively new University of Oxford. His teaching would become a major influence on Franciscan theology. In 1235, Grosseteste was elected bishop, and he became heavily involved in ecclesiastical politics, particularly in combatting clerical corruption. In 1250, a conflict with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Boniface of Savoy, landed Grosseteste before Pope Innocent IV. Now at about 80, he lectured Innocent about problems in the Church and laid the blame squarely at the feet of the papacy. Grosseteste's most important work was as a theologian and teacher. His theological treatises and teaching shaped Franciscan thought and laid the foundation for theology at Oxford. His work on ecclesiology would be a major influence on the English Reformer John Wycliffe about a century after Grosseteste's death. If all of that wasn't enough, Grosseteste also had a major impact on medieval science, specifically in developing an early version of the scientific method. He argued that when studying the natural world, one should begin with observations of particulars. Based on these observations, one formulates universal laws that govern the particulars. These laws can then be used to make predictions that can in turn be tested through observation. That methodology would continue to shape studies of the natural world into the seventeenth century and the beginnings of the scientific revolution. Grosseteste argued that because the natural sciences are based on mathematics, math is the highest of the sciences. This became a fundamental principle in medieval natural philosophy and carried over to the founders of modern science. Following St. Augustine, Grosseteste argued that we only know truth through illumination. Just as we cannot see a body unless it has light shining on it, the mind cannot comprehend truth unless the divine light of the logos, Jesus Christ, illuminates it. Thus, all knowledge, for Christian and non-Christian alike, is mediated by Christ. For Grosseteste, understanding light had much greater significance than its application to epistemology. Grosseteste's entire cosmology as well as his understanding of the relationship between soul and body was built on light as the first element of creation. With a particular interest in optics, he often worked with lenses, spherical glass bowls filled with water, and other tools to explore the behavior of light. In the process, he made significant advances in optics that soon led to the development of eyeglasses. Some scholars today even suggest that he had a very modern understanding of how color works, even centuries before Isaac Newton would demonstrate the visible spectrum in white light. Grosseteste, in his work, married philosophical and theological reflection, mysticism, and observation and experimentation to produce the kind of highly integrated vision of the world so foreign to how we think today. His groundbreaking work in scientific methodology, in mathematizing natural philosophy, and the specific conclusions he reached about optics were important advancements that had a profound influence on theology and natural philosophy for the next several centuries. Given today's tendency toward overspecialized fields of academic study, Grosseteste's vision that Christ mediates all knowledge is more relevant than ever. This Breakpoint was co-authored by Dr. Glenn Sunshine. For more resources to live like a Christian in this cultural moment, go to breakpoint.org.