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Best podcasts about christian year

Latest podcast episodes about christian year

Raising Arrows - Home Management for the Homeschool Mom

Come see what our December 2021 homeschool week is like as I take you on a walk from Monday through Friday in our large family homeschool life! FREE -> Christmas Eve Candlelight Service for your Family! Get my Holiday Homeschool Planners HERE! Also see my HUGE Advent Devotional Post! Other resources mentioned:(may include affiliate links) Day in the Life (blog posts) Simple Morning Time (podcast #86) Living the Christian Year (devotional) Flexible Homeschool Planning (my simple planning method) Minno Advent Devotional Advent Candle Holder (etsy shop where I purchased mine) Every Good & Perfect Gift (family devotional) Music of Christmas (online class) Peaceful Press Christmas book list The Story of Holly & Ivy Gentle + Classical Press Where the Mountain Meets the Moon (our current read aloud) Teaching Textbooks 4.0 app Review (post) Reading Eggs app (for math and spelling and phonics review) How to Have Mom Breaks (video) Lunch Made Easy (post) Themed Christmas Presents (video) Graphic Design Class (review post) Cooking Rotation (podcast #109) Special Night (post) Jacquie Lawson Advent App Character of Christmas (morning time option) Pierre Robin Sequence and Stickler Syndrome information Unwrapping the Greatest Gift (Advent devotional) Watercolor Class from Lily & Thistle Home Blessing (podcast #49) Dashing Diva (Gloss nail stickers)

Sermons from Trinity Cathedral Portland
Advent Calendar | Day 14 (Eli Schille Hudson & Ross Martinie Eiler)

Sermons from Trinity Cathedral Portland

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 6:48


"What light can reach our watchful eyes?" A musical offering for the fourteenth day of Advent by Ross Martinie Eiler of the Bloomington Catholic Worker in Bloomington, IN, and Eli Schille Hudson, Instructor of Guitar at Western Washington University in Bellingham WA. Tracks are "Advent" and "Lamplighting Song," the first and last tracks from their forthcoming album Signs and Seasons - a song cycle on the liturgical calendar of the Christian Year.   Waiting: An Aural Advent Calendar is offered as an anchor for your Advent contemplation & reflection in the midst of the hectic secular Christmas season. Pause each day for brief 5-10 minute episodes, original meditations on the theme of waiting by interfaith clergy & artists from across our region & beyond.         Bring us with you as you drive to work or linger over coffee, as you prepare dinner or while you get ready for bed – a moment of quiet to help prepare for the extraordinary thing that is about to happen.

Holy Joys Podcast
Recommended Resources for Advent

Holy Joys Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 21:22


In this episode, David Fry and Johnathan Arnold discuss resources for understanding the Christian calendar and preparing for Christmas during the Advent season. For links to resources, see "Q&A on Advent and the Christian Year." See also "Understanding Advent and the Liturgical Calendar" (previous podcast episode).

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)
October 24, 2021 Midday Prayer

Daily Prayer (Presbyterian Book of Common Worship)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 7:41


Midday Prayer for Sunday, October 24, 2021Brief Outline:Opening SentencesPsalm 150Old Testament: Hag. 1:1 - 2:9Ancient or Classic Prayer: Based on a prayer of Patrick of Ireland (c. 389-461)Prayer for Various Occasions: Preparation for Worship, from the Presbyterian Service for the Lord's Day and Lectionary for the Christian Year (1964)CollectThe Lord's Prayer ("debts")DismissalThis service is adapted from The Book of Common Worship: Daily Prayer, copyright (c) 2018 Westminster John Knox Press.Scripture quotations (except the Psalms and Canticles) are from the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible, copyright (c) 1989 by the Division of Christian Education of the National Council of the Church of Christ in the U.S.A."Aleluya" music by JosepMonter from PixabayCandle image by Myriams-Fotos from Pixabay

The World and Everything In It
1.5.21 Urban-rural divide, vaccine questions, and Classic Book of the Month

The World and Everything In It

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 33:59


Sarah Schweinsberg reports on the factors that have divided America’s rural communities from its cities on political and social issues; Mary Reichard talks to Dr. Charles Horton about the COVID-19 vaccines; and Emily Whitten recommends 40 Favorite Hymns for the Christian Year as the Classic Book of the Month. Plus: commentary from Kim Henderson, righting a 40-year-old wrong, and the Tuesday morning news. Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Dordt University. Providing an education rooted in faith—for engineers, nurses, social workers, teachers, and more. More at Dordt.edu.

Knowing God With Heart and Mind
Adventus: The Day of the Lord

Knowing God With Heart and Mind

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2020 25:08


It is the first Sunday of Advent (proper). It is officially the first Sunday of the new Christian Year. The Church marks the new year by remembering that Christ is coming again soon. What about "the rapture"? What is it? When does it happen? Who will be left behind?

Paul VanderKlay's Podcast
The Anger of Impatience and the Hope of Longing

Paul VanderKlay's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2020 23:18


Advent is the beginning of the Christian Year. Advent is a time of fasting hope. https://twitter.com/monaeltahawy/status/1331610282586763266  Click here to meetup with other channel viewers for conversation https://discord.gg/jdVk8XU  Paul Vander Klay clips channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX0jIcadtoxELSwehCh5QTg If you want to schedule a one-on-one conversation check here. https://paulvanderklay.me/2019/08/06/converzations-with-pvk/ There is a video version of this podcast on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/paulvanderklay To listen to this on ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/paul-vanderklays-podcast/id1394314333  If you need the RSS feed for your podcast player https://paulvanderklay.podbean.com/feed/  All Amazon links here are part of the Amazon Affiliate Program. Amazon pays me a small commission at no additional cost to you if you buy through one of the product links here. This is is one (free to you) way to support my videos.  To support this channel/podcast on Paypal: https://paypal.me/paulvanderklay To support this channel/podcast with Bitcoin (BTC): 37TSN79RXewX8Js7CDMDRzvgMrFftutbPo To support this channel/podcast with Bitcoin Cash (BCH) qr3amdmj3n2u83eqefsdft9vatnj9na0dqlzhnx80h To support this channel/podcast with Ethereum (ETH): 0xd3F649C3403a4789466c246F32430036DADf6c62 Blockchain backup on Lbry https://lbry.tv/@paulvanderklay https://www.patreon.com/paulvanderklay Paul's Church Content at Living Stones Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh7bdktIALZ9Nq41oVCvW-A To support Paul's work by supporting his church give here. https://tithe.ly/give?c=2160640

Thoughts from the Road
CHRIST THE KING (22 NOV 2020)

Thoughts from the Road

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2020 15:00


End of the 2020 Christian Year. Feast of Christ the King.

St. Michael's Church, Geneseo
Christ the King Sunday, November 22, 2020, Homily by Fr. Daniel

St. Michael's Church, Geneseo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2020 12:59


Homily preached in St. Michael's Church on the last Sunday of the Christian Year, November 22, 2020, by Fr. Billy Daniel. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/geneseostmikes/support

Andy Talks
Monday Reflections - November 16, 2020 - Matthew 25: 31-46 - Christ the King

Andy Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2020 9:41


Today as we start our week of looking at Matthew 25: 31-46, we talk about the Christian Year and how worship is organized. We specifically talk about this Sunday, Christ the King Sunday. What would it look like if we realized that Christ was king now?

Weekly Podcasts
Pentecost

Weekly Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2020 30:37


The Feast of Pentecost is one of the great Feasts of the Christian Year, marking the fiftieth day of Eastertide. The risen Christ leaves us not comfortless – for God gives us the Holy Spirit, the Comforter, to bring comfort and consolation to a world in all its fragility and need. This podcast arises out of a collaboration between the University Church, the Cathedral and students from many Colleges of the University. The Revd Professor Simon Oliver, the Van Mildert Professor, University of Durham, will give a University Sermon. Welcome The Very Revd Professor Martyn Percy and the Revd Dr William Lamb Opening Prayer Professor Carol Harrison, Lady Margaret Professor Hymn O thou who camest from above (sung by the Cathedral Singers) Reading Acts 2.1-6 (The Revd Mia Smith, Chaplain, Hertford College) Anthem Grayson Ives, Listen, Sweet Dove (sung by the Choir of Magdalen College) Reading John 20.19-23 (Hannah Boron, University Church) Organ Interlude (played by James Brown, University Church) Sermon The Revd Professor Simon Oliver, University of Durham Anthem Grier, My Breath Lies Quiet (sung by the Choir of Christ Church) Prayers The Revd Clare Hayns (Chaplain, Christ Church), Thiago Alves Pinto (St Peter's), Gianni Tam-McMillan (Christ Church), Alannah Burdess (Trinity), Tom Farlow (Oriel) Blessing The Very Revd Professor Martyn Percy, Dean of Christ Church Organ Voluntary Duruflé, Choral varie sur le theme du Veni Creator (played by Steven Grahl, Christ Church)

Emden updates
04.12.20 Mark 16:1-8 (Easter)

Emden updates

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2020 27:01


Annoucements, prayer, and sermon on Mark 16:1-8. Also, a special thanks to Nic Groen for singing Low in the Grave, to Paul Knapper for singing Christ the Lord is Risen Today and I Know that My Redeemer Lives, and to Heidi Link for reading scripture. The recording of Blest Be the Tie That Binds comes from https://www.smallchurchmusic.com/. The quote from Philip Yancey comes from “Easter Sunday” in Stories for the Christian Year, pg. 138,139. The quote from James Alision comes from Raising Abel, pg. 161. Opening and closing prayers are taken from the The Worship Sourcebook, © 2004, Faith Alive Christian Resources. Congregational prayer based on a prayer found in Spill the Beans, Issue 18, pg 74.

Sermons from the Pulpit
2/09/2020: "A Service Celebrating The Christian Year"; Rev. Paul Whitmore, Student Minister Ali Hillman, and The Board of Deacons

Sermons from the Pulpit

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2020 67:14


In the Way
Part 2: The Christian Year with Brent Neely

In the Way

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2019 26:42


This is part two of a two part episode on the Christian Year and its use for Christian Discipleship. Here is the image that we reference that gives you a visual for the cycle of the Christian Year. Advent starts on December 1 this year! I hope you are preparing for the coming of our Lord. Music is by Scott Holmes, off the album Happy Music (2018)

In the Way
Part 1: The Christian Year with Brent Neely

In the Way

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2019 30:10


This is part one of a two part episode on the Christian Year and its use for Christian Discipleship. Here is the image that we reference that gives you a visual for the cycle of the Christian Year. Advent starts on December 1 this year! I hope you are preparing for the coming of our Lord. :) Music is by Scott Holmes, off the album Happy Music (2018)

Ablaze
Ablaze ep#5 Celtic Christian year unwrapped

Ablaze

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2019 34:14


Podcast to God s glory, full episode, teaching by David Cole on the Celtic calendar.

Woven
Holy Week {Episode 49}

Woven

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2019 41:36


Psalm Sunday to Easter Sunday is the most significant week in the Christian Year. But, in our modern culture the weight of this week often gets lost in everyday business and holiday obligation. On Woven this week, we discuss the significance of Holy Week and ways we can lean into the heaviness and the gravity of the events that took place the last week of Jesus' life. Resources: The Death of Reading is Threatening the Soul Living the Christian Year The Cross of Christ ------------------------------------------------------- Want to be more engaged with the Woven community? Visit us on Patreon at www.patreon.com/woveninhim.    

Pilgrim Church
Return of the King - Christ the King Sunday

Pilgrim Church

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2018 45:25


This Sunday is the Last Sunday of the Christian Year. It is on this day the church specially declares Jesus is the ruler of the universe. He is a king who rules in grace. Then the first Sunday of Advent declares He is coming again to bring full peace and justice to the universe. (John 18:33–37)

St. Stephen's UMC Houston Sermoncast
Parish Advent Observation Promotes Escatalogical Understanding

St. Stephen's UMC Houston Sermoncast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2018 24:24


In this final sermon of the "Weird Church Words" worship series, Nathan talks about how the Christian Year can set us free from a world obsessed with our purchasing power.  Show notes: Our church website is stsumc.org, check us out! Join us for worship Sunday mornings at 8:30 or 11:00 am at 2003 W. 43rd St. in Houston, Texas. The music in our intro is from bensound.com.

Simple
The Liturgical Calendar (3/3) | 167

Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2018 43:47


In Part 1, we kicked off the series with a broad brushstroke intro to the liturgical calendar, along with a quick back-story of our faith and where we are now. In Part 2, we got into Lent, Eastertide, Ordinary Time, and a few other things. For this final part, we’re covering Advent, Christmas, Epiphany, Candlemas, and a few Saints days (like St. Nicholas Day), all just in time for us starting a new liturgical year in just a few weeks. Because as you remember, the ‘new year’ on a liturgical calendar is the first day of Advent... This year, that's Sunday, December 2! Links From This Episode: The Liturgical Calendar, Parts 1 and 2 Haley's blog, Carrots for Michaelmas Haley on Instagram and Twitter Tsh (me) on Instagram and Twitter A Simple Advent Guide, written by yours truly! Also, head here to check out lots of other Advent resources The Grace of Enough, by Haley — her new book! Feast! Real Food, Reflections, and Simple Living for the Christian Year, by Haley More Feasts! Celebrating Saints and Seasons with Simple Real Food Recipes, by Haley Sacred Ordinary Days planner (this link gives you $10 off!) Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here

Simple
The Liturgical Calendar (2/3) | 165

Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2018 55:01


In this Part 2 of our series on the liturgical calendar, we get into the specifics of the calendar that don’t involve Advent, Christmas, or Epiphany (because we’re going to get into those in Part 3). In this one, we’re diving into Lent, Eastertide, Ordinary Time, and a few other things. (In Part 1, we kicked off the series with a broad brushstroke intro to the liturgical calendar, along with a quick back-story of our faith and where we are now — so go listen to that if you haven’t.) Links From This Episode: Haley's blog, Carrots for Michaelmas Haley on Instagram and Twitter Tsh (me) on Instagram and Twitter A Simple Advent Guide, written by yours truly! The Grace of Enough, by Haley — her new book! Feast! Real Food, Reflections, and Simple Living for the Christian Year, by Haley More Feasts! Celebrating Saints and Seasons with Simple Real Food Recipes, by Haley Sacred Ordinary Days planner (this link gives you $10 off!) 40 Days of Decrease, by Alicia Britt Chole Bread & Wine: Readings for Lent & Easter, by C.S. Lewis, G.K. Chesterton, and more Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here

Simple
The Liturgical Calendar (1/3) | 163

Simple

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2018 49:52


If there’s one topic I’ve been asked more about this year, it’s for us to do a big ol’ 101 on what the heck is the liturgical calendar, and how Haley and I recognize it in our lives. Some of you know that a few years ago I was confirmed in the Anglican church after more than 3 decades in a purely evangelical, non-denominational framework, and Haley has been a Catholic for not quite a decade. So, neither of us grew up in a liturgical setting, but we're both now are immersed in that world (albeit in different ones from each other). But both these expressions of Christianity follow what’s called the "liturgical calendar," so in this 3-part series, we’re gonna get into it — and how you can participate as big or as small as you want, no matter your faith tradition. Links From This Episode: The Art of Simple Haley's blog, Carrots for Michaelmas Haley on Instagram and Twitter Tsh (me) on Instagram and Twitter A Simple Advent Guide, written by yours truly! The Grace of Enough, by Haley — her new book! Feast! Real Food, Reflections, and Simple Living for the Christian Year, by Haley More Feasts! Celebrating Saints and Seasons with Simple Real Food Recipes, by Haley Harry Potter and Hallowtide How Hogwarts Prepared Me for the Liturgical Year Living the Christian Year, by Bobby Gross The Anglican Way, by Thomas Mackenzie Sacred Ordinary Days planner (this link gives you $10 off!) Memento Mori The Catholic Home, by Meredith Gould Circle of Seasons, by Kimberley Conway Ireton The Catholic All Year Compendium, by Kendra Tierney Around the Year with the Von Trapp Family, by Maria Von Trapp Kindly leave a review Become a patron: Support this podcast + get access to my secret show Sign up for 5 Quick Things, the weekly email For any links and codes from our lovely sponsors, head here

Elmhurst CRC
Queen Esther - The Feasts of the Christian Year

Elmhurst CRC

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2018 22:53


Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent
The Christian Year: St. Joseph of Arimathea

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2017 14:33


The Christian Year: St. Joseph of Arimathea by Advent Rochester

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent
The Christian Year:Thomas a Kempis

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2017 14:09


"“It is good for us to have trials and troubles at times, for they often remind us that we are on probation and ought not to hope in any worldly thing. It is good for us sometimes to suffer contradiction, to be misjudged by men even though we do well and mean well. These things help us to be humble and shield us from vainglory. When to all outward appearances men give us no credit, when they do not think well of us, then we are more inclined to seek God Who sees our hearts. Therefore, a man ought to root himself so firmly in God that he will not need the consolations of men.” ― Thomas à Kempis, The Imitation of Christ

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent
The Christian Year: Corpus Christi

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2017 19:25


The Christian Year: Corpus Christi by Advent Rochester

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent
The Christian Year: St. Athanasius the Great

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2017 5:49


The Christian Year: St. Athanasius the Great by Advent Rochester

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent
The Christian Year: St. Mark

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2017 5:49


Fr. Shaun describes the season of Eastertide and narrates the life of St. Mark.

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent
The Christian Year: Saint Gregory the Great

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2017 14:43


The Christian Year: Saint Gregory the Great by Advent Rochester

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent
The Christian Year: St. Thomas the Apostle

Fr. Shaun Laduc, Church of the Advent

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2016 4:57


The Christian Year: St. Thomas the Apostle by Advent Rochester

Take 5 Podcast
The Christian Year: Measuring Time by Jesus Christ

Take 5 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2015 4:59


Uncommon Sense
The Mystery of Harry Potter: A Catholic Family Guide

Uncommon Sense

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2015 68:25


This is an interview with Nancy Brown. Fountains of Carrots is the podcast of Haley Stewart and Christy Isinger. In this episode we had the pleasure of interviewing the wonderful Nancy C. Brown about one of our favorite topics: the Harry Potter series. Nancy is the author of The Mystery of Harry Potter: A Catholic Family Guide and The Woman Who Was Chesterton (about G.K. Chesterton’s wife Frances). We had a nerdfest sharing about our love for the books. We discussed how they can be positive for both the moral imagination of the child and for family bonding and we examined some of the Catholic themes in the series. We also went into some of the concerns parents have about the series. If you haven’t read the Potter books and aren’t sure if you want to share them with your children, I highly recommend reading Nancy’s book. She covers every concern I’ve seen raised about the books, so definitely start there to discern whether they’re right for your family! Christy Isinger is the voice behind Fountains of Home. She’s a cradle Catholic who homeschools many small children in the frozen tundra of Alberta. Likes: Tequila, G.K. Chesterton, Flannery O’Connor, Agatha Christie, and the occasional online shopping purchase. Dislikes: slow internet and getting everyone dressed to play in the snow. You can find her at her blog, Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. Haley Stewart is a writer, speaker, blogger, Catholic convert, and mama of three. She’s a bookish southern girl with a love for BBC miniseries, Jane Austen, and bright red lipstick. With her bearded husband, Daniel, she co-authored Feast! Real Food, Reflections, and Simple Living for the Christian Year. You can find her on her personal blog Carrots for Michaelmas or on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Pinterest. http://fountainsofcarrots.com/foc-033-the-mysteries-and-greatness-of-harry-potter-with-nancy-c-brown-2/

New Hope Community Church Sermon Podcast
Shannon Chastain and Celebrating the Christian Year

New Hope Community Church Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2015 13:39


Oak Church Sermons
It is Finished.

Oak Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2015 27:42


3/29/15 Chris Breslin John 12:12-19 & John 19:28-30   The Gospel of John by F. Dale Bruner Further Lenten Reading God is on the Cross by Dietrich Bonhoeffer Sweet Deliverance: A Lenten Reader ed Chris Breslin The Death of the Messiah by Raymond Brown Living the Christian Year by Bobby Gross Cross-Shattered Christ by Stanley Hauerwas He Became Like Us: […]

Oak Church Sermons
Father, Forgive Them For They Know Not What They Do [Jeremy Begbie]

Oak Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2015 28:21


2/22/15 Jeremy Begbie Luke 23:26-37 —– Further Lenten Reading God is on the Cross by Dietrich Bonhoeffer Sweet Deliverance: A Lenten Reader ed Chris Breslin The Death of the Messiah by Raymond Brown Living the Christian Year by Bobby Gross Cross-Shattered Christ by Stanley Hauerwas He Became Like Us: Christ’s Identification with Man by Carlyle Marney Death on a Friday Afternoon by Richard John Neuhaus God for […]

Take 5 Podcast (2013-2014)
The Christian Year: Measuring Time by Jesus Christ

Take 5 Podcast (2013-2014)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2014 5:01


Take 5 Podcast (2013-2014)
The Christian Year: Measuring Time by Jesus Christ

Take 5 Podcast (2013-2014)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2013 5:01


Intown Church
IntownU: An Introduction to Celebrating the Christian Year

Intown Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2013 25:06


Support the show (http://www.intownchurch.com/give)

Davis United Methodist Church Sermon Podcast
Reviewing/Previewing the Christian Year - Rev. Kelly Love

Davis United Methodist Church Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2012 33:38


RedeemerCast
This Anglican Life: The Christian Year

RedeemerCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2012 46:42


This Anglican Life The Christian Year: Telling Time A conversation between the Reverends Danny Bryant and Thomas McKenzie Church of the Redeemer (Anglican) Nashville, TN www.RedeemerNashville.net www.ThisAnglicanLife.com

Come & See Inspirations
Fr Michael Liston reflects on the Trinity - 3 June 2012 - SS102fm

Come & See Inspirations

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2012 34:27


Trinity Sunday, officially "The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity," is one of the few feasts of the Christian Year that celebrates a reality and doctrine rather than an event or person. On Trinity Sunday we remember and honor the eternal God: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Trinity Sunday is celebrated the Sunday after Pentecost, and lasts only one day, which is symbolic of the unity of the Trinity. The Eastern Churches have no tradition of Trinity Sunday, arguing that they celebrate the Trinity every Sunday. Westerners do as well, although they set aside a special feast day for the purpose. The feast day of the Blessed Trinity is a summary of all the feast days we have had since Christmas up to and including Lent, Easter and the Pentecost. In some ways it is all summarised in the feast day of the Blessed Trinity. Fr Micháel takes us through a wonderful reflection on the meaning of our relationship with the Trinity and how we are welcomed into the love of the Trinity which is open to each one of us. Each of us are called into their family; not forced but invited in with an extraordinary freedom to say no but also to be able to say yes joyfully.

Beyond Belief
The Cross

Beyond Belief

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2012 27:33


This is the most important week in the Christian Year when Christians commemorate what they regard as the central event in human history, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Jesus died on the cross, an excruciating form of torture carried out by the Romans. Today the cross is commonly used as a fashion item - not a symbol of death, but of consumerism. It can still cause offence; some Christians have been told they cannot wear one at work. Ernie Rea considers the different uses and symbolism of the cross with Dr Sophie Lunn Rockcliffe, Lecturer in Roman History at Kings College London; Dr Anna Robbins, Lecturer in Theology and Contemporary Culture at the London School of Theology: and Dr Ed Kessler, Director of the Woolf Institute of Abrahamic religions in Cambridge.

Beyond Belief
The Cross

Beyond Belief

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2012 27:33


This is the most important week in the Christian Year when Christians commemorate what they regard as the central event in human history, the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Jesus died on the cross, an excruciating form of torture carried out by the Romans. Today the cross is commonly used as a fashion item - not a symbol of death, but of consumerism. It can still cause offence; some Christians have been told they cannot wear one at work. Ernie Rea considers the different uses and symbolism of the cross with Dr Sophie Lunn Rockcliffe, Lecturer in Roman History at Kings College London; Dr Anna Robbins, Lecturer in Theology and Contemporary Culture at the London School of Theology: and Dr Ed Kessler, Director of the Woolf Institute of Abrahamic religions in Cambridge.

Christ Church of Austin
Living the Christian Year

Christ Church of Austin

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2011