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Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids
CS 890: 1-19-22: The Baptized Imagination with Benjamin Cello: Wednesday

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 6:28


Watch all of The Magical World of Benjamin Cell, Season 1 & 2 on FORMED or https://watch.kin.club. Thanks for listening to Catholic Sprouts! Please consider sharing this with another Catholic Parent, or Catholic Teacher so that we can all work together to plant seeds of Faith.  Keep praying as a Family into the Christmas Season with our new devotional for the Christmas Octave: The Joy of the Incarnation, which will keep you singing and praying all season long. Grab your copy here: https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/the-joy-of-the-incarnation-christmas-devotional-for-families-and-poster?variant=40769637810352 Let us help you build your Domestic Church! Join us inside our NEW APP for the Domestic Church Project Bootcamp: a six week experience for the whole family that will enable ANY parent to build and lead their own Domestic Church. Find out more at https://domesticchurchproject.com     Support this podcast by SHOPPING Catholic Sprouts. We offer lots of Catholic Materials for the WHOLE FAMILY! https://shop.catholicsprouts.com     Check out the Catholic Sprouts Podcast ARCHIVES! https://catholicsprouts.com/podcast-archives/    Find fun, meaningful, faith-filled projects for your own family in the Catholic Family Resource Library. https://catholicsprouts.com/catholic-family-resource-library-signup/    Catholic Sprouts is a production of Spoke Street Media. For more great Catholic podcasts, check out spokestreet.com 

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids
CS 889: 1-18-22: The Baptized Imagination with Benjamin Cello: Tuesday

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 5:22


Watch all of The Magical World of Benjamin Cell, Season 1 & 2 on FORMED or https://watch.kin.club. Thanks for listening to Catholic Sprouts! Please consider sharing this with another Catholic Parent, or Catholic Teacher so that we can all work together to plant seeds of Faith.  Keep praying as a Family into the Christmas Season with our new devotional for the Christmas Octave: The Joy of the Incarnation, which will keep you singing and praying all season long. Grab your copy here: https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/the-joy-of-the-incarnation-christmas-devotional-for-families-and-poster?variant=40769637810352 Let us help you build your Domestic Church! Join us inside our NEW APP for the Domestic Church Project Bootcamp: a six week experience for the whole family that will enable ANY parent to build and lead their own Domestic Church. Find out more at https://domesticchurchproject.com     Support this podcast by SHOPPING Catholic Sprouts. We offer lots of Catholic Materials for the WHOLE FAMILY! https://shop.catholicsprouts.com     Check out the Catholic Sprouts Podcast ARCHIVES! https://catholicsprouts.com/podcast-archives/    Find fun, meaningful, faith-filled projects for your own family in the Catholic Family Resource Library. https://catholicsprouts.com/catholic-family-resource-library-signup/    Catholic Sprouts is a production of Spoke Street Media. For more great Catholic podcasts, check out spokestreet.com

Saint of the Day
Our Holy Fathers Athanasius the Great (373) and Cyril (444), Patriarchs of Alexandria

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 4:32


Saint Athanasius, pillar of Orthodoxy and Father of the Church, was born in Alexandria in 275, to pious Christian parents. Even as a child, his piety and devotion to the Faith were so notable that Alexander, the Patriarch of the city, took Athanasius under his protection. As a student, he acquired a thorough education, but was more interested in the things of God than in secular learning, and withdrew for a time into the desert to sit at the feet of Saint Anthony (January 17), whose disciple he became and whose biography he later wrote. On returning to Alexandria, he was ordained to the diaconate and began his public labors for the Church. He wrote his treatise On the Incarnation, when he was only twenty. (It contains a phrase, still often quoted today, that express in a few words some of the depths of the Mystery of the Incarnation: God became man that man might become god.)   Just at this time Arius, a priest in Alexandria, was promoting his enticing view that the Son and Word of God is not of one essence with the Father, but a divine creation of the Father. This view, which (as Athanasius realized) strikes at the very possibility of mankind's salvation, gained wide acceptance and seemed for a time to threaten the Christian Faith itself. In 325, the Emperor Constantine the Great convoked a Council of the Church at Nicaea to settle the turmoil that the Arian teaching had spread through the Church. Athanasius attended the Council, and defended the Orthodox view so powerfully that he won the admiration of the Orthodox and the undying enmity of the Arians. From that time forth his life was founded on the defense of the true consubstantiality (homoousia) of the Son with the Father.   In 326, not long before his death, Patriarch Alexander appointed Athanasius to be his successor, and Athanasius was duly elevated to the patriarchal throne. He was active in his pastoral role, traveling throughout Egypt, visiting churches and monasteries, and working tirelessly not only to put down the Arian heresy, but to resolve various schisms and moral declines that affected his territory.   Though the Arian heresy had apparently been condemned once and for all at Nicea, Arius had many powerful allies throughout the Empire, even in the Imperial court, and Athanasius was soon subjected to many kinds of persecution, some local, some coming from the Imperial throne itself. Though he was Patriarch of Alexandria for more than forty years, a large amount of that time was spent in hiding from powerful enemies who threatened him with imprisonment or death. Twice he fled to Rome for protection by the Pope, who in the early centuries of the Church was a consistent champion of Orthodoxy against its various enemies. From his various hiding places, Athanasius issued tracts, treatises and epistles which helped to rally the faithful throughout Christendom to the Orthodox cause.   In 366, the Emperor Valens, fearing a revolt of the Egyptians on behalf of their beloved Archbishop, officially restored Athanasius to favor, and he was able to spend the last seven years of his life in peace. Of his forty-seven years as Patriarch, about seventeen were spent in hiding or exile. He reposed in peace in 373, having given his entire adult life, at great suffering, to the defense of the Faith of Christ.

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids
CS 888: 1-17-22: The Baptized Imagination with Benjamin Cello: Monday

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 6:51


Watch all of The Magical World of Benjamin Cell, Season 1 & 2 on FORMED or https://watch.kin.club. Thanks for listening to Catholic Sprouts! Please consider sharing this with another Catholic Parent, or Catholic Teacher so that we can all work together to plant seeds of Faith.  Keep praying as a Family into the Christmas Season with our new devotional for the Christmas Octave: The Joy of the Incarnation, which will keep you singing and praying all season long. Grab your copy here: https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/the-joy-of-the-incarnation-christmas-devotional-for-families-and-poster?variant=40769637810352 Let us help you build your Domestic Church! Join us inside our NEW APP for the Domestic Church Project Bootcamp: a six week experience for the whole family that will enable ANY parent to build and lead their own Domestic Church. Find out more at https://domesticchurchproject.com     Support this podcast by SHOPPING Catholic Sprouts. We offer lots of Catholic Materials for the WHOLE FAMILY! https://shop.catholicsprouts.com     Check out the Catholic Sprouts Podcast ARCHIVES! https://catholicsprouts.com/podcast-archives/    Find fun, meaningful, faith-filled projects for your own family in the Catholic Family Resource Library. https://catholicsprouts.com/catholic-family-resource-library-signup/    Catholic Sprouts is a production of Spoke Street Media. For more great Catholic podcasts, check out spokestreet.com 

The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast
New Years Collecting Resolutions and AEW Reveals

The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 132:03


The New World Order of Fig Collecting is BACK and we get down to business with the major review and giveaways and then discuss last week's follow up (1:40)!  We then have the news segment to discuss some new AEW pics and more (6:14) and follow that up with the Ringside top ten (36:30).  We then get weekly purchases (37:18) including the Major mark purchases of the week (1:05:36).  Next we talk about the Incarnation of Domination for Charlie Haas (1:15:05), and we answer some questions with our Q and A (1:24:34)!  We finish out the show with Good House Keeping and all our plugs and upcoming events (1:41:12)! This episode is brought to you by Ringside Collectibles ( https://www.ringsidecollectibles.com/ ). Wrestlingfigures.com is your one stop shop for all your wrestling figure needs! Use code major to save 10 percent! SCRATCH THAT FIGURE ITCH!When: Each Friday morningWhere: Wherever you get your podcasts Social Media:Twitter: @MajorWFPod , @TheMattCardona , @Myers_Wrestling, @majorpodnetwork @SilverintuitionInstagram: @MajorWFPod , @TheMattCardona , @Myers_Wrestling, @SmartMarkSterling , @majorpodnetwork

The Joseph Mattera Show
Why is Incarnation Necessary for a Propper Biblical Interpretation?

The Joseph Mattera Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 34:48


Philokalia Ministries
The Evergetinos - Vol. I, Hypothesis XV, Part III

Philokalia Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 65:40


Picking up once again with Hypothesis 15, we find ourselves considering the nature of detachment from the things of the world; a detachment that is rooted first and foremost in our response to the love that God has shown and given us and his only begotten son. What does our embrace of this divine love means for our lives in this world?  To take hold of this godly love what is there of the self and our attachment to the things of this world that we must be let go?  So often there are subtle ways that we will cling to natural sensibilities and loves and we view our lives through that lens alone. Yet the Incarnation and the Paschal Mystery is meant to radically reshape our view of what it is to be a human being both in relationship to God and to one another. Our dignity and destiny is caught up in what has been given to us through our baptism - a share in the divine life. It is the faith and hope that this reality evokes that must guide our lives and the decisions that we make.  Inevitably the stories that we read from the fathers of the desert jar our sensibilities, especially when they are very much tied to a worldly perspective. In many ways we must allow ourselves to experience the discomfort of having our perspective on life challenged so radically. God has turned our world upside down in revealing Himself to us. It is that revelation that must shape all we do and our understanding of life.  --- Text of chat during the group: 00:03:52 Randi Altman:

Project Zion Podcast
445 | Percolating on Faith | Racism and the Moral Logic of the Incarnation

Project Zion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 44:19


On this important episode of Percolating on Faith, Tony and Carla explore the theological reasons for Christians to be actively engaged in the work of anti-racism. Host: Carla LongGuest: Tony Chvala-Smith

Today in the Word Devotional

A recent survey of evangelical Christians found that many hold unbiblical beliefs. Thirty percent thought Jesus was a great teacher, but not God. Forty-two percent thought God accepts worship from any religion. Forty-six percent thought the Holy Spirit is a force not a Person. Eighteen percent even thought the Spirit can tell a person to do something forbidden in the Bible. These wrong beliefs probably come from a failure to properly interpret God’s Word. One of the most significant purposes of godly learning is to become a person “who correctly handles the word of truth” (v. 15). For Christians, the center of godly learning in our everyday lives must be Scripture. The Bible is God’s revelation— inerrant, infallible, perfect. It was inspired by the Holy Spirit. As a book it’s in a category all by itself and must be studied in an attitude of submission and obedience. This is the reverse of how we normally read: Typically, we judge books (see any Amazon review!), but with Scripture the Book judges the reader (Heb. 4:12). In context, Paul was warning against a gnostic heresy that devalued material reality (v. 14). In the Incarnation, the Word was made flesh (John 1:14). The gnostics wanted to change things to be compatible with human wisdom. Their teaching was like a disease in the Body of Christ (vv. 16–18). The church—both then and now—can best defend itself against such false teachers by learning to handle Scripture accurately and faithfully (v. 15). Interpreting the Bible is in fact the responsibility of every Christian. One day, we want to stand before God as unashamed workers in this area. In any case, “God’s solid foundation” will stand firm to the end (v. 19; see Eph. 1:13). >> We hope Today in the Word helps you become more faithful and mature Bible interpreters. If studying the Word with us has been helpful to you, why not share this devotional with a friend or family member?

Today's Catholic Mass Readings
Today's Catholic Mass Readings Saturday, January 8, 2022

Today's Catholic Mass Readings

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2022


Full Text of ReadingsSaturday after Epiphany Lectionary: 217All 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 Angela of Folignoclass="content"> Jan 8, 2021 Franciscan Media Image: Statue of Saint Angela of Foligno  Saint of the Day for January 8 (1248 – January 4, 1309) Audio file Saint Angela of Foligno's story Some saints show marks of holiness very early. Not Angela! Born of a leading family in Foligno, Italy, she became immersed in the quest for wealth and social position. As a wife and mother, she continued this life of distraction. Around the age of 40, she recognized the emptiness of her life and sought God's help in the Sacrament of Penance. Her Franciscan confessor helped Angela to seek God's pardon for her previous life and to dedicate herself to prayer and the works of charity. Shortly after her conversion, her husband and children died. Selling most of her possessions, she entered the Secular Franciscan Order. She was alternately absorbed by meditating on the crucified Christ and by serving the poor of Foligno as a nurse and beggar for their needs. Other women joined her in a religious community. At her confessor's advice, Angela wrote her Book of Visions and Instructions. In it she recalls some of the temptations she suffered after her conversion; she also expresses her thanks to God for the Incarnation of Jesus. This book and her life earned for Angela the title “Teacher of Theologians.” She was beatified in 1693, and canonized in 2013. Reflection People who live in the United States today can understand Saint Angela's temptation to increase her sense of self-worth by accumulating money, fame or power. Striving to possess more and more, she became more and more self-centered. When she realized she was priceless because she was created and loved by God, she became very penitential and very charitable to the poor. What had seemed foolish early in her life now became very important. The path of self-emptying she followed is the path all holy men and women must follow. The liturgical feast of Saint Angela of Foligno is celebrated on January 7. Saint of the DayCopyright Franciscan Media

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids
CS 882: 1-7-22: Mary Our Mother: Friday

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 8:01


Bring Mary to your family in a fun and beautiful way with our newest book, Our Lady of Loreto: Storybook Litany for the Family. Books are on sale this week! To learn more, head here: --->https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/our-lady-of-loreto-storybook-litany-for-catholic-families Thanks for listening to Catholic Sprouts! Please consider sharing this with another Catholic Parent, or Catholic Teacher so that we can all work together to plant seeds of Faith.  Keep praying as a Family into the Christmas Season with our new devotional for the Christmas Octave: The Joy of the Incarnation, which will keep you singing and praying all season long. Grab your copy here: https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/the-joy-of-the-incarnation-christmas-devotional-for-families-and-poster?variant=40769637810352 Let us help you build your Domestic Church! Join us inside our NEW APP for the Domestic Church Project Bootcamp: a six week experience for the whole family that will enable ANY parent to build and lead their own Domestic Church. Find out more at https://domesticchurchproject.com     Support this podcast by SHOPPING Catholic Sprouts. We offer lots of Catholic Materials for the WHOLE FAMILY! https://shop.catholicsprouts.com     Check out the Catholic Sprouts Podcast ARCHIVES! https://catholicsprouts.com/podcast-archives/    Find fun, meaningful, faith-filled projects for your own family in the Catholic Family Resource Library. https://catholicsprouts.com/catholic-family-resource-library-signup/    Catholic Sprouts is a production of Spoke Street Media. For more great Catholic podcasts, check out spokestreet.com

The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast

The Newly Wed and his pals are BACK and we get down to business with the major review and giveaways and then discuss last week's follow up (2:39)!  We then have the news segment to discuss some more mattel pictures and more (13:37) and follow that up with the Ringside top ten (33:53).  We then get weekly purchases (35:53) including the Major mark purchases of the YEAR (1:11:53).  Next we talk about the Incarnation of Domination for Wrestling Couple 2-Packs (1:21:28), and we answer some questions with our Q and A (1:30:21)!  We finish out the show with Good House Keeping and all our plugs and upcoming events (1:54:59)! This episode is brought to you by Ringside Collectibles ( https://www.ringsidecollectibles.com/ ). Wrestlingfigures.com is your one stop shop for all your wrestling figure needs! Use code major to save 10 percent! SCRATCH THAT FIGURE ITCH!When: Each Friday morningWhere: Wherever you get your podcasts Social Media:Twitter: @MajorWFPod , @TheMattCardona , @Myers_Wrestling, @majorpodnetwork @SilverintuitionInstagram: @MajorWFPod , @TheMattCardona , @Myers_Wrestling, @SmartMarkSterling , @majorpodnetwork

Ask Father Josh (Your Catholic Question and Answer Podcast)
Prayers for Souls in Purgatory, St. Michael the Archangel, and Jesus Before the Incarnation

Ask Father Josh (Your Catholic Question and Answer Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 26:13


Fr. Josh answers questions about what our prayers do for the souls in purgatory, why St. Michael the Archangel is considered a saint, and what was Jesus' nature as the Second Person of the Trinity before the incarnation. Snippet From the Show The Catholic Church uses the term "saint" to refer to any being who is in heaven, either an angel or a human being. Text “askfrjosh” to 33-777 to subscribe to Fr. Josh's shownotes or go to www.AscensionPress.com/askfatherjosh Submit your questions and feedback to Fr.Josh by filling out a form at www.ascensionpress.com/askfatherjosh

Pastor Deb & BDC
The Insurrection - A Mockery To The Incarnation

Pastor Deb & BDC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 15:31


Today marks the one year anniversary of the insurrection on our nation's capital. There are those who shamefully believe that separation between church and state means the church should stay out of government business, when in actuality the law was put in place to keep the government out of church affairs. And today I am going to say what a lot of our renown church leaders won't and I am going to back it up with scripture. God the Creator of all things, the creator of man, gave man dominion there is no way man can fulfill the mandate of dominion given to us by God and be not only engaged in government, but as children of the Almighty be the rulers of government. We entered into 2022 picking up the mantle of Pursuing Purpose.  The insurrection that took place exactly one year ago in this country is an extreme example of what happens when people stray so far away from their God ordained purpose, when people exalt their agenda over the plans of God.

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids
CS 881: 1-6-22: Mary Our Mother: Thursday

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 8:16


Bring Mary to your family in a fun and beautiful way with our newest book, Our Lady of Loreto: Storybook Litany for the Family. Books are on sale this week! To learn more, head here: --->https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/our-lady-of-loreto-storybook-litany-for-catholic-families Thanks for listening to Catholic Sprouts! Please consider sharing this with another Catholic Parent, or Catholic Teacher so that we can all work together to plant seeds of Faith.  Keep praying as a Family into the Christmas Season with our new devotional for the Christmas Octave: The Joy of the Incarnation, which will keep you singing and praying all season long. Grab your copy here: https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/the-joy-of-the-incarnation-christmas-devotional-for-families-and-poster?variant=40769637810352 Let us help you build your Domestic Church! Join us inside our NEW APP for the Domestic Church Project Bootcamp: a six week experience for the whole family that will enable ANY parent to build and lead their own Domestic Church. Find out more at https://domesticchurchproject.com     Support this podcast by SHOPPING Catholic Sprouts. We offer lots of Catholic Materials for the WHOLE FAMILY! https://shop.catholicsprouts.com     Check out the Catholic Sprouts Podcast ARCHIVES! https://catholicsprouts.com/podcast-archives/    Find fun, meaningful, faith-filled projects for your own family in the Catholic Family Resource Library. https://catholicsprouts.com/catholic-family-resource-library-signup/    Catholic Sprouts is a production of Spoke Street Media. For more great Catholic podcasts, check out spokestreet.com 

Always with Christ
Sermons From Saint Paul's, "Growing Up In Christ," Christmas II

Always with Christ

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 13:19


Sermons From Saint Paul's is a live recording of the sermons preached from the pulpit of Saint Paul's Church in Melbourne, FL, and are presented by Fr. Brian Oldfield, Rector. St. Joseph leads the Christ Child and the Blessed Virgin Mary back to Israel after Herod dies. Fr. Oldfield considers the Incarnation from the human perspective of growth and maturation. The Lord calls all Christians to holiness and an abiding faith in the Son, the Word Made Flesh. Old Testament: Micah 4:1–5 & 5:2–4 Psalm 121 For the Epistle: Isaiah 61:1-3 Gospel: St. Matthew 2:19-23

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids
CS 880: 1-5-22: Mary Our Mother: Wednesday

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 7:28


Bring Mary to your family in a fun and beautiful way with our newest book, Our Lady of Loreto: Storybook Litany for the Family. Books are on sale this week! To learn more, head here: --->https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/our-lady-of-loreto-storybook-litany-for-catholic-families Thanks for listening to Catholic Sprouts! Please consider sharing this with another Catholic Parent, or Catholic Teacher so that we can all work together to plant seeds of Faith.  Keep praying as a Family into the Christmas Season with our new devotional for the Christmas Octave: The Joy of the Incarnation, which will keep you singing and praying all season long. Grab your copy here: https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/the-joy-of-the-incarnation-christmas-devotional-for-families-and-poster?variant=40769637810352 Let us help you build your Domestic Church! Join us inside our NEW APP for the Domestic Church Project Bootcamp: a six week experience for the whole family that will enable ANY parent to build and lead their own Domestic Church. Find out more at https://domesticchurchproject.com     Support this podcast by SHOPPING Catholic Sprouts. We offer lots of Catholic Materials for the WHOLE FAMILY! https://shop.catholicsprouts.com     Check out the Catholic Sprouts Podcast ARCHIVES! https://catholicsprouts.com/podcast-archives/    Find fun, meaningful, faith-filled projects for your own family in the Catholic Family Resource Library. https://catholicsprouts.com/catholic-family-resource-library-signup/    Catholic Sprouts is a production of Spoke Street Media. For more great Catholic podcasts, check out spokestreet.com 

Vine Church FL
THE INCARNATION OF JESUS// Ray Almeida

Vine Church FL

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 41:28


THE INCARNATION OF JESUS// Ray Almeida by VINE CHURCH PODCAST

Rev. Seth Nelson - weekly sermons
Incarnation Reprise

Rev. Seth Nelson - weekly sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 17:50


Sermon on John 1:1-18 from Sunday, January 2, 2022 (and the first Sunday of January in 2016)

Heretic Happy Hour
#119: Word Into Flesh? Part 2 (HOTW: Rainn Wilson)

Heretic Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 83:02


In this episode, we go under the skin to examine alternative views of the Incarnation. Plus, Rainn Willson (from The Office) is our Assistant to the Regional Heretic of the Week!

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids
CS 879: 1-4-22: Mary Our Mother: Tuesday

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 7:12


Bring Mary to your family in a fun and beautiful way with our newest book, Our Lady of Loreto: Storybook Litany for the Family. Books are on sale this week! To learn more, head here: --->https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/our-lady-of-loreto-storybook-litany-for-catholic-families Thanks for listening to Catholic Sprouts! Please consider sharing this with another Catholic Parent, or Catholic Teacher so that we can all work together to plant seeds of Faith.  Keep praying as a Family into the Christmas Season with our new devotional for the Christmas Octave: The Joy of the Incarnation, which will keep you singing and praying all season long. Grab your copy here: https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/the-joy-of-the-incarnation-christmas-devotional-for-families-and-poster?variant=40769637810352 Let us help you build your Domestic Church! Join us inside our NEW APP for the Domestic Church Project Bootcamp: a six week experience for the whole family that will enable ANY parent to build and lead their own Domestic Church. Find out more at https://domesticchurchproject.com     Support this podcast by SHOPPING Catholic Sprouts. We offer lots of Catholic Materials for the WHOLE FAMILY! https://shop.catholicsprouts.com     Check out the Catholic Sprouts Podcast ARCHIVES! https://catholicsprouts.com/podcast-archives/    Find fun, meaningful, faith-filled projects for your own family in the Catholic Family Resource Library. https://catholicsprouts.com/catholic-family-resource-library-signup/    Catholic Sprouts is a production of Spoke Street Media. For more great Catholic podcasts, check out spokestreet.com

EAM
The Joy of the Incarnation - Being a Model of Holiness

EAM

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 30:24


The third episode of the series the Joy of the Incarnation explores the purpose of restoration through the incarnation. What does it mean to be partakers of His divine nature and how can we attain these holy attributes? How can we be reintroduced to holiness through the incarnation? Join us as we discuss the true meaning of modelling "Agios" in our lives and being in union with Christ.

Complete Sinner's Guide
Episode 73: Practical Christianity: Laying the Foundation w/ William Tanksley

Complete Sinner's Guide

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 56:19


In this first of 10 episodes in our “Practical Christianity” series, Josh, Tyler and they're special guest William Tanksley begin with some elementary “what's” and “why's” of the faith to lay a solid foundation for our Christian worldview in order to build on that foundation in subsequent episodes! Subtopics touched on in this episode include Faith, Hope, Love; the Incarnation of Jesus Christ, His Death, Resurrection, Ascension & Second Advent and much more!!!

lakeviewauburn's Podcast
12.19.2021 AM | Veiled in Flesh the Godhead See

lakeviewauburn's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 38:07


PREACHER: Brian Payne | Pastor John 1:14-18 1 | The Glory of the Son of God's Incarnation (1:14-15) - Incarnation: The miraculous act of God affected by the Holy Spirit whereby the Son of God, the 2nd Person of the Trinity took into union with himself a complete human nature apart from sin. - Proverbs 16:6 - Psalm 25:10 2 | The Glory of the Son of God's Provision (1:16-17) 3 | The Glory of the Son of God's Revelation (1:18) The Tabernacle Taught: 1. The LORD rules (throne, rod) 2. The LORD reveals (the law) 3. The LORD resources (the Manna) 4. The LORD reconciles (Mercy seat) 5. The LORD resides (with his people)

St. Mary's Aggie Catholic Homilies
Encounter Demands Response | January 2, 2022 - Fr. Will

St. Mary's Aggie Catholic Homilies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 8:52


Encountering Christ in the Incarnation demands a response. Fr. Will preaches on how during this Solemnity of the Epiphany we have come to adore Christ in this manger scene. How can we slow down and spend time reflecting on our own gifts we can offer to the Lord within the sacrifice of the Mass?

saint benedict's table
And the Word became flesh and moved into the neighbourhood

saint benedict's table

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 21:03


A sermon by Jamie Howison from  the Second Sunday in Christmastide, January 2, 2022. The readings for the evening  were Ephesians 1:3-14 and John 1:1-18, both of which are "big picture" texts on the meaning of the Incarnation. Due to awaiting a test for COVID-19, this sermon was preached from home.Subscribe to the show wherever you listen to audio and recommend this episode to your friends. We invite you to rate us or write a review of what we are doing on Apple Podcasts. Reviews help others join the conversation.* * *This podcast is created at saint benedict's table, a congregation of the Anglican Church of Canada in Winnipeg, where we've been making great audio since 2006. Listen to other recent episodes on our website and see our entire catalogue of well over 500 shows on our hosting page.Our MissionTo provide rich and stimulating audio resources to the wider church and engage topics and issues relevant to the concerns and questions of the larger culture in which we live.

Daily Reflections on Divine Mercy
Reflection 4 - The Incarnation and Birth

Daily Reflections on Divine Mercy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 1:50


Reflection 4: The Incarnation and BirthWhen the eternal Son of God took on flesh in the womb of the Blessed Virgin Mary, human nature was changed forever. By uniting Himself with humanity, God raised our dignity to a whole new level. The Incarnation established a new unity between God and man and this is an act of the utmost Mercy on God's part. Ponder, today, the great miracle of new life. Think of the birth of a small child. And then try to imagine this little and helpless child being the Creator of the Universe and the Savior of the World. What a gift of God's Mercy!Lord, I thank You with profound gratitude for uniting Your divine soul with fallen humanity. I thank You for uniting Yourself with me, a sinner. May I always be in awe of the Mercy bestowed upon me through Your Incarnation. Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: www.divinemercy.lifeCopyright © 2022 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids
CS 878: 1-3-22: Mary Our Mother: Monday

Catholic Sprouts: Daily Podcast for Catholic Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 8:12


Bring Mary to your family in a fun and beautiful way with our newest book, Our Lady of Loreto: Storybook Litany for the Family. Books are on sale this week! To learn more, head here: --->https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/our-lady-of-loreto-storybook-litany-for-catholic-families Thanks for listening to Catholic Sprouts! Please consider sharing this with another Catholic Parent, or Catholic Teacher so that we can all work together to plant seeds of Faith.  Keep praying as a Family into the Christmas Season with our new devotional for the Christmas Octave: The Joy of the Incarnation, which will keep you singing and praying all season long. Grab your copy here: https://shop.catholicsprouts.com/products/the-joy-of-the-incarnation-christmas-devotional-for-families-and-poster?variant=40769637810352 Let us help you build your Domestic Church! Join us inside our NEW APP for the Domestic Church Project Bootcamp: a six week experience for the whole family that will enable ANY parent to build and lead their own Domestic Church. Find out more at https://domesticchurchproject.com     Support this podcast by SHOPPING Catholic Sprouts. We offer lots of Catholic Materials for the WHOLE FAMILY! https://shop.catholicsprouts.com     Check out the Catholic Sprouts Podcast ARCHIVES! https://catholicsprouts.com/podcast-archives/    Find fun, meaningful, faith-filled projects for your own family in the Catholic Family Resource Library. https://catholicsprouts.com/catholic-family-resource-library-signup/    Catholic Sprouts is a production of Spoke Street Media. For more great Catholic podcasts, check out spokestreet.com 

Daily Bread - Catholic Reflections
The Incarnation - Christmas week1 - Monday, Jan 3, 2022

Daily Bread - Catholic Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 14:00


Father teaches us the importance of the Incarnation,

Redeemer Presbyterian Church
Philippians 2:6-11 Paul's Christmas Carol

Redeemer Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 37:08


A sermon by ruling elder Aaron Raines, assistant to the pastor at Christ Church, Bentonville, ministerial intern for Hills & Plains Presbytery, and seminary student. 

Outside the Walls
Joe Heschmeyer - Mary, the Mother of God

Outside the Walls

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 56:00


Every January 1st the Church celebrates the 8th day of Christmas, the Octave of Christmas, and the Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God.  This celebration is embedded in the midst of our focus on the mystery of the Incarnation because it centers around our understanding of who Christ is. Joe Heschmeyer joins us to discuss what Mary's role reveals about the incarnation.

Theology
INCARNATION: O Little Town Of Bethlehem

Theology

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 24:01


The prophets spoke. The people didn't listen. For centuries, the people had ignored the prophets. But the prophets were consistently right. And Micah was definitely right about this - a KING was coming, to be born in BETHLEHEM.

The Thomistic Institute
The Motives of the Incarnation: Why Did God Become Man? | Prof. Paul Gondreau

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 66:56


Merry Christmas and happy new year from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given at the University of Oklahoma on September 11, 2018. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Dr. Paul Gondreau received his S.T.D. from the University of Fribourg, Switzerland in 2000. He teaches and publishes in the areas of moral theology, with an emphasis on marriage, Christology, and sacraments, with a specialization in the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas. He is also an associate editor of the journal Nova et Vetera. Dr. Gondreau's dissertation, written under Fr. Jean-Pierre Torrell, OP, was published as The Passions of Christ's Soul in the Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas (Aschendorff, 2002; reprinted University of Scranton Press, 2009). He is currently working on a monograph on a Thomistic account of the meaning and purpose of human sexuality.

The Gary DeMar Podcast
Expectancy and Hope

The Gary DeMar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 18:46


A high level of expectancy fills the early pages and events of the New Testament Gospels. Herod, the Magi, Anna, Simeon, and "all of Jerusalem"—to name but a few—were all eager and expecting God to act. Thanks in part to the prophecies in Daniel and other prophets, Jerusalem was on edge before and after Jesus' birth. As we say goodbye to 2021 and welcome 2022, Christians need to be reminded that God is always "doing something," and to keep our own high level of expectancy and hope.

For You Radio
The blessed virgin Mary

For You Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 27:02


Mary is blessed, because Mary knows the way God works and because she knows His promises, and she knows that in her womb grows her savior. Be sure to subscribe to this podcast and give us a great review on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts!   Hosts: Pr. Craig Donofrio and Pr. Troy Neujahr  Email us: ForYouRadio@1517.org www.1517.org/foryou St. James Lutheran Church www.stjameslcms.church St. Peter's Lutheran Church  www.Stpeterslc.org  We're proud to be a podcast of 1517.org podcasts.  

The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast
Top Figures of 2021

The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 193:58


The Holiday BOIS are BACK and we get down to business with the major review and giveaways and then discuss last week's follow up (6:29)!  We then have a Holiday news segment to discuss the AEW Reveals and more (21:29) and follow that up with the Ringside top ten (15:53).  We then get weekly purchases (46:52) including the Major mark purchases of the week (1:44:30).  Next we talk about the Incarnation of Domination for figures in 2021 (1:50:20), and we answer some questions with our Q and A (2:37:57)!  We finish out the show with Good House Keeping and all our plugs and upcoming events (2:50:20)! This episode is brought to you by Ringside Collectibles ( https://www.ringsidecollectibles.com/ ). Wrestlingfigures.com is your one stop shop for all your wrestling figure needs! Use code major to save 10 percent! SCRATCH THAT FIGURE ITCH!When: Each Friday morningWhere: Wherever you get your podcasts Social Media:Twitter: @MajorWFPod , @TheMattCardona , @Myers_Wrestling, @majorpodnetwork @SilverintuitionInstagram: @MajorWFPod , @TheMattCardona , @Myers_Wrestling, @SmartMarkSterling , @majorpodnetwork

Island Church Podcast Galveston, TX
Episode 198: The Incarnation of God part 2 - Pastor Rusty Martin

Island Church Podcast Galveston, TX

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 45:57


Looking unto Jesus2021-12-26 Sunday Morning Servicewww.Islandchurchgalveston.com

The Thomistic Institute
How does the Mystery of the Incarnation Reveal the Trinity? | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 26:45


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given at the Angelicum in Rome last year. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. currently serves as rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”). Fr. White grew up in southeast Georgia in an inter-religious household. He completed his bachelor's in religious studies from Brown University (1993) and his Master's (1995) and Doctorate (2002) in Theology at Oxford University. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. He completed his licentiate in Sacred Theology (2007) at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He professed final vows on May 17, 2007, and on May 23, 2008, was ordained a priest. His research and teaching have focused on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He was appointed an ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Fr. White taught at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C from 2008-2018. He was also the founder and Director of the Washington DC Thomistic Institute from 2009 until his departure for Rome in 2018. In 2015 White became a co-editor of Nova et Vetera Journal, an American Catholic Theological journal. In 2018 he was assigned to teach at the Angelicum and function as the Director of the Angelicum Thomistic Institute. In June of 2021, he was appointed rector of the Angelicum. Fr. White is also a musician and one of the founding members of the American folk and bluegrass band, The Hillbilly Thomists, for which he sings and plays the banjo, dulcimer and steel guitar. The U.S.-based group, made up of Dominican friars, has released two albums since 2017.

Catholic Daily Reflections
Seventh Day in the Octave of Christmas, December 31 - The Eternal Word Becomes Flesh

Catholic Daily Reflections

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 5:25


In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.  He was in the beginning with God.  All things came to be through him, and without him nothing came to be.  What came to be through him was life, and this life was the light of the human race; the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.  John 1:1–5On this, the seventh day of the Octave of Christmas, we are given a mystery.  The mystery of the “Word.”  It's a language that is veiled and yet revealing at the same time.  It presents Jesus to us as the “Word.”  He is the Word who takes on flesh and is eternal, from “the beginning with God.”  The passage goes on to say that the Word was God and that the Word became flesh and dwelt among us.The term “Word,” given to Jesus in this passage, is a translation of the Greek word “Logos.”  Logos means “plan,” “reason,” “logic.”  It also can be understood as the spoken word.  In this passage, it especially reveals to us that God “spoke” from eternity His perfect plan of salvation and this wisdom spoken is a Person.  The Person is the Divine Son of God.  Thus, when the Son “speaks” and when He is “spoken” by the Father, all things come to be.Perhaps that's quite confusing.  In fact, this is partly the point.  The point is that this beginning to John's Gospel reveals to us that the action of God creating all things and ultimately fulfilling His wisdom through the Incarnation, the Son becoming flesh, is a mysterious plan far beyond what we could ever comprehend or fathom.  We should see this mysterious language as a statement in and of itself.  The statement is this:  Seek to understand the mystery, but know that the mystery of Christmas and Creation is beyond you.  But seek to understand and comprehend nonetheless.Christmas should be a time of great joy and celebration.  It should be a time in which we reflect upon the nativity of Christ the Lord.  We should read the story, listen to Christmas music and not set that all aside until our Christmas season is over.  But as we do all of that, we should always keep before us the fact that Christmas is a great mystery of faith.Reflect, today, upon this language of St. John.  “In the beginning was the Word…” “The Word was God…”  “The Word became flesh…”  Let yourself know, this day, that you do not fully know this mystery and as you face this reality, allow the Eternal Word to draw you in one step deeper as we continue to celebrate the glorious Octave of Christmas Day.Lord, Jesus, Eternal Word of the Father, I thank You for coming among us and for making Your eternal dwelling present to us.  Thank You for the great mystery of Christmas.  Help me to always celebrate this season with great joy and gratitude, and also with a sense of mystery.  May I always realize that the mystery of Christmas will never be fully understood.  May this mystery draw me closer each and every day so that I may fall more deeply in love with You, my eternal God.  Jesus, I trust in You.Source of content: catholic-daily-reflections.comCopyright © 2021 My Catholic Life! Inc. All rights reserved. Used with permission via RSS feed.

CrossPolitic Studios
The Theology Pugcast: Incarnation and Its Significance For Understanding All Things

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 63:11


Tom delves into many of the often taken for granted reality implications of the Christian teaching about the Incarnation of God the Son. He explores the riches of wisdom such biblical teaching has for a true understanding of divinity, humanity, creation and its relation to God. Chris and Glenn bring into the conversation many fascinating […]

The Cale Clarke Show - Today's issues from a Catholic perspective.
The Historicity of the Infancy Narrative

The Cale Clarke Show - Today's issues from a Catholic perspective.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 48:36


Are the infancy narratives in the Gospels historical? Did the flight to Egypt really happen? Did King Herod really slaughter all of the children under 2 years old in Bethlehem? Cale answers these questions and also gets into the historical context of the prophecy in Isaiah that a virgin will conceive and bear a son (Is. 7:14). Here is the reflection Cale shared from Max Lucado on the Incarnation and the coming of Christ at Christmas: “Just a Moment” https://maxlucado.com/just-a-moment/

King's Chapel FL
KC Corner Episode 94 - B.B. Warfield and Christmas Recap

King's Chapel FL

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 18:33


12.29.21 Episode 94 of KC Corner where Jeff and Brooks recap "Imitating the Incarnation" by B.B. Warfield and also this past week of King's Chapel.

The Thomistic Institute
God Crucified: Thinking about the Incarnation at the Foot of the Cross | Fr. Andrew Hofer, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 46:51


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was delivered to the North Carolina State University chapter on March 30, 2021. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org About the Speaker: Father Andrew Hofer, O.P., is Associate Professor of Patristics and Ancient Languages and Director of the Doctoral Program at the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception, Dominican House of Studies in Washington, DC. He is the author of Christ in the Life and Teaching of Gregory of Nazianzus (Oxford University Press, 2013), co-author of A Living Sacrifice: Guidance for Men Discerning Religious Life (Vianney Publications, 2019), editor of Divinization: Becoming Icons of Christ through the Liturgy (Hillenbrand Books, 2015), and co-editor of Thomas Aquinas and the Greek Fathers (Sapientia Press, 2019) and Thomas Aquinas and the Crisis of Christology (Sapientia Press, 2021). His present projects include co-editing The Oxford Handbook of Deification and The Cambridge Companion to Augustine's Sermons as well as finishing his book The Word in Our Flesh: A Return to Patristic Preaching, funded by the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship Teacher-Scholar grant.

Girlfriends (A Podcast for Catholic Women)
Throwback Tuesday: 9 Ways to Make Every Day More Catholic

Girlfriends (A Podcast for Catholic Women)

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 38:05


This week I'm sharing 9 little ways that you can make every day more Catholic. With sacramentals and small prayers, every day we can work at growing closer to God. Snippet from the Show Praying the Angelus during the day gives us the beautiful opportunity to pause, remember our the mystery of the Incarnation, and honor our Blessed Mother. For episode shownotes, text GIRLFRIENDS to 33-777 or visit www.ascensionpress.com/girlfriends.

The Thomistic Institute
Aquinas on the Incarnation: Part II | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 46:54


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given on November 14, 2015 as part of the Thomistic Circles conference "The Wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas" in New York City. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. currently serves as rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”). Fr. White grew up in southeast Georgia in an inter-religious household. He completed his bachelor's in religious studies from Brown University (1993) and his Master's (1995) and Doctorate (2002) in Theology at Oxford University. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. He completed his licentiate in Sacred Theology (2007) at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He professed final vows on May 17, 2007, and on May 23, 2008, was ordained a priest. His research and teaching have focused on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He was appointed an ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Fr. White taught at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C from 2008-2018. He was also the founder and Director of the Washington DC Thomistic Institute from 2009 until his departure for Rome in 2018. In 2015 White became a co-editor of Nova et Vetera Journal, an American Catholic Theological journal. In 2018 he was assigned to teach at the Angelicum and function as the Director of the Angelicum Thomistic Institute. In June of 2021, he was appointed rector of the Angelicum. Fr. White is also a musician and one of the founding members of the American folk and bluegrass band, The Hillbilly Thomists, for which he sings and plays the banjo, dulcimer and steel guitar. The U.S.-based group, made up of Dominican friars, has released two albums since 2017.

Reasons to Believe Podcast
28:19 - Celebrating Christ's Incarnation

Reasons to Believe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 24:14


How Did the Star Guide the Wise Men to Jesus? Historical Adam and Eve and Race

The Thomistic Institute
Aquinas on the Incarnation: Part I | Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P.

The Thomistic Institute

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 38:18


Merry Christmas from the Thomistic Institute! This week, we are reposting some of our favorite talks related to Christmas and the Incarnation of our Lord. This talk was given on November 14, 2015 as part of the Thomistic Circles conference "The Wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas" in New York City. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P. currently serves as rector of the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome (the “Angelicum”). Fr. White grew up in southeast Georgia in an inter-religious household. He completed his bachelor's in religious studies from Brown University (1993) and his Master's (1995) and Doctorate (2002) in Theology at Oxford University. He entered the Order of Preachers in 2003. He completed his licentiate in Sacred Theology (2007) at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. He professed final vows on May 17, 2007, and on May 23, 2008, was ordained a priest. His research and teaching have focused on topics related to Thomistic metaphysics, Christology and Roman Catholic-Reformed ecumenical dialogue. He was appointed an ordinary member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas in 2011. Fr. White taught at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C from 2008-2018. He was also the founder and Director of the Washington DC Thomistic Institute from 2009 until his departure for Rome in 2018. In 2015 White became a co-editor of Nova et Vetera Journal, an American Catholic Theological journal. In 2018 he was assigned to teach at the Angelicum and function as the Director of the Angelicum Thomistic Institute. In June of 2021, he was appointed rector of the Angelicum. Fr. White is also a musician and one of the founding members of the American folk and bluegrass band, The Hillbilly Thomists, for which he sings and plays the banjo, dulcimer and steel guitar. The U.S.-based group, made up of Dominican friars, has released two albums since 2017.

The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast
Balls Mahoney Holiday Episode

The Major Wrestling Figure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 98:56


The nutcrackers are BACK and we get down to business with the major review and giveaways (1:04) and then discuss last week's follow up (2:55)! We then have a Holiday news segment to discuss the mattel "reveals" and more (4:16) and follow that up with the Ringside top ten (15:53). We then get weekly purchases (16:43) including the Major mark purchases of the week (41:53). Next we talk about the Incarnation of Domination for Balls Mahoney (48:44), and we answer some questions with our Q and A (55:58)! We finish out the show with Good House Keeping and all our plugs and upcoming events (1:07:30)! This episode is brought to you by Ringside Collectibles ( https://www.ringsidecollectibles.com/ ). Wrestlingfigures.com is your one stop shop for all your wrestling figure needs! Use code major to save 10 percent! SCRATCH THAT FIGURE ITCH!When: Each Friday morningWhere: Wherever you get your podcasts Social Media:Twitter: @MajorWFPod , @TheMattCardona , @Myers_Wrestling, @majorpodnetwork @SilverintuitionInstagram: @MajorWFPod , @TheMattCardona , @Myers_Wrestling, @SmartMarkSterling , @majorpodnetwork

On Being with Krista Tippett
Jeff Chu — A Life of Holy Curiosity (In Friendship with Rachel Held Evans)

On Being with Krista Tippett

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 51:20


Here we are in a religiously-infused season — and in a world in which more and more of us experience ourselves to be religious nomads, misfits, even refugees. This deep reality of our life together is often simplified in analyses of the decline of traditional religious identity, of the rise of the spiritual-but-not-religious. Yet there is abundantly, alongside all of that, a rising theological and liturgical searching, a passionate calling towards service that echoes the heart of the great traditions. This is nowhere more true than around the boundaries of Christianity. And no person has given more winsome voice to it than Rachel Held Evans, who died suddenly at the age of 37 in 2019. Now her dear friend, journalist and preacher Jeff Chu, has midwifed her unfinished last book, Wholehearted Faith, into the world. He's Krista's wonderful conversation partner this hour — articulating a spacious understanding of God and grief, searching and belonging, for this changed world Rachel did not live to see, but speaks to still.Jeff Chu describes himself as a “writer, reporter, pretend farmer, co-host, preacher, teacher.” He is co-curator of the Evolving Faith conference, alongside Sarah Bessey, who founded the gathering with Rachel Held Evans. He has written for an eclectic range of publications including Fast Company, Time Magazine and Modern Farmer, and is a teacher in residence at Crosspointe Church in Cary, North Carolina. He's the author of Does Jesus Really Love Me?: A Gay Christian's Pilgrimage in Search of God in America and completed the late Rachel Held Evans' unfinished work, Wholehearted Faith.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org.

On Being with Krista Tippett
[Unedited] Jeff Chu with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 82:57


Here we are in a religiously-infused season — and in a world in which more and more of us experience ourselves to be religious nomads, misfits, even refugees. This deep reality of our life together is often simplified in analyses of the decline of traditional religious identity, of the rise of the spiritual-but-not-religious. Yet there is abundantly, alongside all of that, a rising theological and liturgical searching, a passionate calling towards service that echoes the heart of the great traditions. This is nowhere more true than around the boundaries of Christianity. And no person has given more winsome voice to it than Rachel Held Evans, who died suddenly at the age of 37 in 2019. Now her dear friend, journalist and preacher Jeff Chu, has midwifed her unfinished last book, Wholehearted Faith, into the world. He's Krista's wonderful conversation partner this hour — articulating a spacious understanding of God and grief, searching and belonging, for this changed world Rachel did not live to see, but speaks to still.Jeff Chu describes himself as a “writer, reporter, pretend farmer, co-host, preacher, teacher.” He is co-curator of the Evolving Faith conference, alongside Sarah Bessey, who founded the gathering with Rachel Held Evans. He has written for an eclectic range of publications including Fast Company, Time Magazine and Modern Farmer, and is a teacher in residence at Crosspointe Church in Cary, North Carolina. He's the author of Does Jesus Really Love Me?: A Gay Christian's Pilgrimage in Search of God in America and completed the late Rachel Held Evans' unfinished work, Wholehearted Faith.This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Jeff Chu: A Life of Holy Curiosity — In Friendship with Rachel Held Evans." Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org.