4th-century Christian saint and martyr
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Welcome to episode 102, in this episode I have the honor of interviewing Bishop Pamela Joy Giese. Please consider supporting this podcast by purchasing the books based upon it. The books are titled “Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Volume 1 and Volume 2.” You can find them on Amazon and the easiest way to location them is to search my name, David Oliver Kling and they should show up. Please consider purchasing these books and help support this podcast. Bishop Pamela Joy Giese has a lifelong interest in the esoteric, having had her first mystical experience at age 5. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and a Master of Sacred Science from the International College of Esoteric Studies in Barbados. She was ordained a priest in the Eglise Gnostique Catholique Apostolique in 2001 and later consecrated a bishop in 2010. She is an active member of the Theosophical Society and a founding member of the Arnica Collective and the Treasury of Light, a Gnostic Church in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, in England. For the past 40+ years, she continues to be employed as a scientific computer programmer to fund her book habit. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling, and produced by The Community of Saint George, a Young Rite Jurisdiction.
Weber State Weekly took a road trip with the Wildcats this weekend, checking out Saint George and the 41-3 route of the Dixie State Trailblazers.Plus, Volleyball had a big week with some hardware and banners as they took on UVU in the Swenson before hitting the road to Salt Lake to take on the Utes.And, we're bringing back Waldo's Magic Eight Ball for the first time this season. We'll see what kind of wisdom our panel seeks.Special thanks to our sponsor, WildcatRack.com. Visit their website to check out all their latest Wildcat gear and follow them on Facebook or Instagram.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or join the Wildcat Fans FB group.
Chappy is flying solo on this week's Football Game Day show, where he breaks down the matchup with Dixie State tonight in Saint George. He also takes a Fly Around the Sky to highlight some of the games happening across the Big Sky Conference. Special thanks to our sponsor, WildcatRack.com. Visit their website to check out all their latest Wildcat gear and follow them on Facebook or Instagram.Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram or join the Wildcat Fans FB group.
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In this episode, I have the honor of interviewing the Reverend Mark Townsend. He is the author of several books including “Jesus through Pagan Eyes,” and “Diary of a Heretic.” Mark was ordained in The Church of England in 1996. However, in July 2010 he decided to resign his Anglican orders and move over to an Independent Sacramental Church. It was a huge decision for Mark, but he feels more able to be a good friend of the Church of England on the outside than an unhappy Cleric within. Mark has been an Independent Priest since June 2011. His ‘Parish' has no geographical boundaries, leaving him free to offer his services and ceremonies to all. As an Independent Priest and member of the Progressive Christian Alliance (PCA), Mark is able to express his open vision of Christian Priesthood in a fully sacramental way. Mark is also a professional Celebrant and a member of the Association of Independent Celebrants. One of the greatest blessings of the last few years is Mark's discovery of the earth-based path of Druidry, which he sees as totally compatible with Christianity. Most modern Druids see their path not so much as a religion but more as a philosophy, which means that there are many who follow the Druid ways and yet remain Christian, Jewish, Buddhist or even Atheist. As a Christian member of The Order of Bards, Ovates and Druids (OBOD) he weaves many of the beautiful customs and rituals of this essentially British nature tradition into his ceremonies and services. In doing so he walks in the footsteps of saints like Francis of Assisi who was a deeply earth based pilgrim and who sang canticles to brother sun, sister moon and mother earth. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Vol. 1. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Vol. 2. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by the Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
Welcome to episode 100, the countdown to 100 is complete! I am delighted to have as my guest Edward Jarvis. Edward Jarvis (born in Yorkshire, England, 1975) is the author of several books including Carlos Duarte Costa: Testament of a Socialist Bishop and Sede Vacante: The Life and Legacy of Archbishop Thuc. Edward has a mixed ancestry which includes Slovenian, Irish, and French (Huguenot). Not initially academically-minded, he did a wide variety of jobs before leaning towards education and social work. Volunteering at a church-run rehab center in Italy led to a casual suggestion of enrolling on a theology course. Edward attributes now his particular interests within theology and religious studies to three factors: a non-religious upbringing, empathy for all things marginal and misunderstood, and the inspiring individuals and unusual experiences his life has been blessed with. Edward's studies (first in Italy, then in England and Brazil) coincided with his growing interest (and just a little involvement) in the ISM and the Independent Catholic world. Noticing significant gaps in the literature on these topics and the unreliability of many online sources, Edward began to nourish the idea of contributing to the published scholarship. His fourth book, The Anglican Church in Burma, is about to be published by Penn State University Press, though this one will be his first book on a non-ISM topic. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the ISM, Vol. 1. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the ISM, Vol. 2. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by the Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
Things to check out in Spokane- Downtown Ice Age movie marathon, Wednesday at the Ice Age Floods playground. Arbor Crest concert series. What's to love in Spokane? Water… water! 23 Lakes, 6 access points for putting into the Spokane river, check out the little Spokane River, put in at Saint George's School, and see the shuttle service put on by the Spokane Parks Department. Jessica chats about remodels: create a budget, measure twice (cut once), visualize your space (consider a rough sketch), pick a design style, create an inspiration board consider using Pinterest or Houzz to refine your top choices. More tips next week. Matt talks about buyer's remorse, did we buy too much house? Post-pandemic buyer's remorse; take a step back, get perspective, breathe and revisit your life goals. Are there opportunities now, could you transform an area of your home into a rentable space? Avoid buyer's remorse by writing down your non-negotiables and avoiding getting caught up in the moment (bidding wars). This episode finishes with a haunting tale of bathroom remodels so don't miss the end! Learn more about the river by visiting the Spokane Riverkeeper- https://www.spokaneriverkeeper.org/access for more info. Saint George's School Shuttles- https://my.spokanecity.org/recreation/outdoor/river-shuttle/
Welcome to episode 99, the countdown to episode 100 continues! In this episode I have the honor of interviewing Bishop Theodore Feldmann! Bishop Theodore Feldmann is a retired professional pastoral musician and serves the Ordinariate of Divine Providence in the Ascension Alliance. He teaches courses in the Ascension Theological College: New Cosmology; Introduction to Liturgy; Sacraments of the Church and Liturgy Practice in which students are assigned the task of writing and presiding at their own liturgy. Theodore's life-long call to ordination convinced him that he needed to seek a different approach to ordination than that offered by the mainline denominations. After several frustrating attempts to be ordained in various jurisdictions, one of those students recommended the Catholic Apostolic Church of Antioch. Archbishop Richard Gundrey of the Church of Antioch, responded enthusiastically and was organized and supportive. After earning an M. Div. from Sophia Divinity School, he was incardinated as a deacon in 2005, and ordained to the priesthood in Baltimore, MD, in 2007. Concurrently with his work in the Roman Catholic Church he founded of the Beloved Disciple Church of Antioch in Baltimore, an urban contemplative community and was pastor until his retirement when he and his spouse moved to New Orleans. He was consecrated a bishop in the Independent Sacramental Movement in 2017. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the ISM, Vol 1. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the ISM, Vol 2. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by The Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
Kara Owen CMG has been the British High Commissioner to Singapore since June 2019. As High Commissioner, Kara acts as the UK government's representative and is responsible for everything from political work, trade and investment, to press and cultural relations, as well as visa and consular services. Before taking on the role, Kara was most recently Director for the Americas at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, having also previously held high-profile government positions in Paris and Hanoi and as Private Secretary to the UK's Foreign Secretary from 2003 to 2005. For her services to British foreign policy, Kara was awarded the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George in the Queen's Birthday Honour's list in 2020. A self-confessed ‘proud Cumbrian and mother' and as her Twitter profile proclaims: Liverpool FC fan, food obsessive, history junkie, hiker and reader; Kara is also an ardent supporter and ambassador for the Women of the Future Programme and initiatives. ------- For more information on the Women of the Future Programme and initiatives, please visit: www.womenofthefuture.co.uk
In todays episode we talk with Julianne Skinner of Neon Arts, mother of twins who only started painting about 5 years ago. We talk about her unique style, why she uses a pallet knife for her artwork instead of traditional paint brushes, how her style has evolved, how she finds inspiration and the mom-work life balance. You can find her work in MoFACo at 55 N Main St in downtown Saint George, Utah! Support this podcast
Welcome to episode 98, the count-down to episode 100 continues! In this episode, I have the honor of interviewing Father Andrew Miller. Andrew Miller is an ordained priest in the Celtic-Rite Old Catholic Church He came to organized religion as a teenager when he converted to Mormonism at age 16 where he discovered a love for Theology. While Studying Theology and philosophy in college, he felt himself called to a more orthodox expression of Christianity. For a time, he became an Evangelical Protestant and began seminary in 2009, attending Lexington Theological Seminary in Kentucky with the goal of becoming a Minister in the Christian Church - Disciples of Christ. It was at this time that he felt himself called to a more sacramental and traditional expression of the Christian faith and so became a Greek Orthodox Catechumen. He eventually decided not to be baptized in the Greek Orthodox Church as he was told that he could not receive Holy Communion unless his wife consented to allow his marriage to be blessed in the Orthodox Church, which she was not willing to do. It was at this point that he became Old Catholic, receiving Baptism and Confirmation in the Ecumenical Catholic Church - USA. He received a call to ordained priesthood because of a mystical experience at a time of deep depression and returned to Seminary, first at St. Paul School of Theology in Kansas City, and finally at Graceland University's Community of Christ Seminary from which I finally graduated with a Master of Arts in 2017. He joined the Celtic-Rite Old Catholic Church because of a long-time personal relationship with then Presiding Bishop Thomas McKenna but has also served in the United States Old Catholic Church and is in formation with the interjurisdictional Society of Christ the King. He is an Associate of the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth, and a practitioner of Vincentian Spirituality. He was ordained to the Priesthood of the Celtic-Rite Old Catholic Church in 2014 while serving as a Chaplain Resident at KU Hospital. He spent two years in Clinical Pastoral Education at KU Hospital, both in Residency and in Fellowship. Andrew enjoys stories, particularly movies and television and much of his writing has been about the theological implications of fictional stories, particularly movies and television. Through his love of the cinema, he came to know Rev. Michelle Byerly of the United Methodist Church with whom he went to seminary at St. Paul's in Kansas City Missouri. The two remained close friends and together started and co-host the Podcast “A Pastor and a Priest Walk into a Movie Theater.” Together with Rev. Byerly, he is one of the four founders of “New Faith New Media” which is a Progressive inter-religious Podcast Platform, currently hosting two Podcasts: “A Pastor and a Priest Walk into a Movie Theater” and “Faith and What Resonates,” with a third in development. Currently, besides co-hosting his and Rev. Michelle's podcast, he serves on the Core Team of Christ the King Independent Catholic Church in Kansas City, Missouri, is a Volunteer Prison Minister with the Bethany Catholic Callout Group at Lansing Correctional Facility in Lansing, KS. He is also actively involved in Politics according to his understanding of Social Justice, having served as a Precinct Committee Chair for the Leavenworth County Democratic Party and as a Volunteer Election Researcher with the Democratic Socialists of America. He has been married for 13 years and has a seven-year-old daughter named Scarlett. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. The ISM Database. Book: Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Vol. 1. Book: Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Vol. 2. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by The Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
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Welcome to episode 97, the countdown to episode 100 continues, and in this episode, I have the honor of interviewing Bishop Tom Bryant. Of all the titles that clergy can use, Tom Bryant loves “Pastor” the most. It combines the role of shepherding and loving a particular people with the function of leading through Word and Sacrament. Bishop Bryant was Ordained in 1986. He has served as a church planter, a senior pastor, a professor, and a vice-president of a multi-million dollar mission’s agency. He was Consecrated a Bishop in 2019 and sees his role as serving the Church through caring for those called to Holy Orders. Bishop Bryant loves the Independent Old Catholic Church and is ruthlessly committed to teaching, promoting, and celebrating the “old paths” that Jeremiah described (Jer.6.16) as the best means for 'Holding to the Faith once delivered.” (Jude 3). Tom attended Liberty University, Concordia Theological Seminary, the University of Virginia, Bethany Theological Seminary, and Agape Seminary, terminating with two earned Doctorates in historical theology and Sacred Dogmatic studies. Postdoctoral studies include a Diploma in Forestry from the North American School of Conservation and a Diploma from Radford University in Non-Profit Leadership. Tom is married to his partner in life, Sherry, and have five wonderful children and seven grandchildren between them. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. Independent Sacramental Movement Database. Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Vol. 1 This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by the Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
This is part 1 of a two part conversation between Religica Theolab Founder Michael Reid Trice and Mark Chinen, who serves as Professor of Law at the Seattle University School of Law. Chinen received his Master of Divinity from Yale Divinity School before going on to receive his law degree from Harvard Law School. More recently, Chinen has dedicated time to writing on artificial intelligence and legal responsibility. In this episode, Dr. Trice and Chinen speak about the development of machine learning, AI’s capacity for empathy, and the moral conflict of embracing the uncanny. Take a listen! Episode 8 of the Religica Theolab Blogcast features a piece by Rev. Stephen Avino, who is a sub-deacon within the Community of Saint George and serves as the Chief Operating Officer and Acting Executive Director of the Parliament of the World's Religions. More from The Religica Theolab at https://religica.org More from the Center for Religious Wisdom and World Affairs at Seattle University at https://www.seattleu.edu/stm/center/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Religica.org/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/religica YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPuwufds6gAu2u6xmm8SBuw Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-religica Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3CZwIO4uGP1voqiVpYdMas?si=0k2-TSmwTkuTQC2rgdGObQ Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/religica/id1448005061?mt=2 The Religica Theolab is a comprehensive online platform at the axis of religion and society that provides non-sectarian, coherent, integrated and accessible awareness about the role of religion in society, with a focus on strengthening local communities.
This is the audio only version of Jon Gaunt's Facebook Live and Youtube TV show from Friday April 23, 2021. Jon says that we should all be celebrating Saint George's Day and be proud of being English. And yes he know's George wasn't English and Dragons don't exist! Why do we have so much fly tipping in this Green and pleasant land? What was the first band you were into? Was it the Bay City Rollers?! Jon and special guest, Paul Wiiffen go on a musical journey of the NAFF Bands. Charlie joins in the fun showing us his record collection. This is a really funny episode. Jon's TV show is on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 pm on his Facebook page and on Jon Gaunt TV here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj8D6iM0mO27Wiz71ddNzHQ?view_as=subscriber Please subscribe @youtube to Jon Gaunt TV Please follow jongaunt on Facebook and Twitter
“As monastics, we may not think of ourselves as soldiers in the midst of combat, but who among us does not have to wage war with the demons, sometimes daily? The word God spoke to Joshua is also a word for us, as we like George, put on our battle gear, and enter the fray.” Br. James Koester considers what we – monastics or not – can learn from the witness of Saint George.
Full Text of ReadingsFriday of the Third Week of Easter Lectionary: 277All 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 GeorgeSaint George is the object of a vast amount of imagination. There is every reason to believe that he was a real martyr who suffered at Lydda in Palestine, probably before the time of Constantine. The Church adheres to his memory, but not to the legends surrounding his life. That he was willing to pay the supreme price to follow Christ is what the Church believes. And it is enough. The story of George’s slaying the dragon, rescuing the king’s daughter, and converting Libya is a 12th-century Italian fable. George was a favorite patron saint of crusaders, as well as of Eastern soldiers in earlier times. He is a patron saint of England, Portugal, Germany, Aragon, Catalonia, Genoa, Milan and Bologna. Reflection Human nature seems to crave more than cold historical data. Americans have Washington and Lincoln, but we somehow need Paul Bunyan, too. The life of Saint Francis of Assisi is inspiring enough, but for centuries the Italians have found his spirit in the legends of the Fioretti, too. Santa Claus is the popular extension of the spirit of Saint Nicholas. The legends about Saint George are part of this yearning. Both fact and legend are human ways of illumining the mysterious truth about the One who alone is holy. Saint George is the Patron Saint of: Boy Scouts England Portugal Soldiers Germany Saint of the Day Copyright Franciscan Media
"George, this truly great and glorious Martyr of Christ, was born of a father from Cappadocia and a mother from Palestine. Being a military tribune, or chiliarch (that is, a commander of a thousand troops), he was illustrious in battle and highly honored for his courage. When he learned that the Emperor Diocletian was preparing a persecution of the Christians, Saint George presented himself publicly before the Emperor and denounced him. When threats and promises could not move him from his steadfast confession, he was put to unheard-of tortures, which he endured with great bravery, overcoming them by his faith and love towards Christ. By the wondrous signs that took place in his contest, he guided many to the knowledge of the truth, including Queen Alexandra, wife of Diocletion, and was finally beheaded in 296 in Nicomedia." (Great Horologion) The Empress Alexandra, along with a pagan priest who confessed Christ due to George's witness, were executed together with the Great Martyr. St Alexandra is commemorated on April 21/May 4. Neither the Great Horologion nor the Prologue, nor the Church's services to St George, mention the most popular story of St George, his slaying of a dragon. Though many icons of the Saint show him mounted on horseback, slaying a dragon with a spear, the story is thought by many to be legendary, and the dragon in the icon symbolic.
He was born in Sykeon in Galatia in Asia Minor. (The Great Horologion says that he was born out of wedlock; the Prologue that his mother, Maria, was a rich widow; in either case, he was reared by his mother alone). At the age of ten, Theodore took up a life of strict asceticism, devoting himself to prayer, fasting and vigils. His mother planned for him to enter the military; but St George appeared to her in a dream, telling her that Theodore was to serve the King of Heaven rather than any earthly king. After this, Saint George appeared to Theodore many times, sometimes instructing him, sometimes saving him from danger. After a trip to the Holy Land, Theodore became a monk in Galatia — we should say "officially became a monk," since he had been living as a monk from the age of ten. Once he had taken monastic vows, Theodore redoubled his ascetical labors, which exceeded those of any other monk of his time: for his asceticism, he was sometimes called the "Iron-eater." Around 584 was ordained Bishop of Anastasiopolis in Galatia, much against his will. He served his flock faithfully for ten years, then begged to be relieved of his episcopal duties so that he might return to his beloved monastic life. Even during his lifetime, he was famed for his miracles and his authority to cast out demons. He departed this life in peace in 613.
Welcome to the Mission Kids podcast! In addition to stories from the Bible, we will be looking at stories of the saints, as well as church history.Want to end up on the podcast? If you've got a birthday shout-out, prayer request, praise, or joke of the day, give me a call at 423-708-5354. Be blessed! - C Music produced by our very own MissionSong and Abacus Wave (Chris Sorenson).
April 18 2021 Sermon delivered by Fr Joseph Purpura at Saint George Orthodox Church of Montreal on the 5th Sunday of Great Lent. Saint Mary of Egypt.
Tech News and Commentary Dave and the team discuss Google I/O News, Google Photos new filter features, Pinterest positivity reminder, YouTube Shorts, Google Assistant filling checkout details for you, new Sony phones, the growth of podcasts in 2020, and more. Tom in Saint George, Louisiana listens to the podcasts and asked: “I have an older […]
A Autópsia de hoje traz mais um clássico da música popular brasileira que, de tão icônico, ganhou diversas versões ao longo dos anos: de Caetano a Racionais, vamos mergulhar na história por trás de Jorge da Capadócia, canção do grande de Jorge Benjor! Conheça mais sobre o santo guerreiro e suas lendas, desvende o simbolismo por trás da letra e suba no seu cavalo para essa viagem em busca de dragões na lua!!! SITE: https://ruidospodcast.com.br EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org REDES SOCIAIS: ruidospodcast Versões: Jorge Benjor: https://youtu.be/luJZbeyfvmc Jorge Benjor (Acústico MTV): https://youtu.be/8EXtwBdH2Gk Racionais MC's: https://youtu.be/pL4bzW2qGqQ Caetano Veloso: https://youtu.be/zEcqM7Z4lkQ Links: St.George - Catholic Encyclopedia (1913): https://tinyurl.com/aew65pa8 A Igreja Militante: https://tinyurl.com/4d6epw5d Quem foi São Jorge? 7 curiosidades: desde a lua até o dragão: https://tinyurl.com/b3ts5czh Jorge da Capadócia: https://kleostourism.com/jorge-da-capadocia/ Saint George: https://military.wikia.org/wiki/Saint_George São Jorge do Candomblé: https://tinyurl.com/cwfw2cjv Ògún não é São Jorge. Entenda porque dessa associação: https://tinyurl.com/2k52h3sb Ogun - Santeria Church of the Orishas: http://santeriachurch.org/the-orishas/ogun/ Recomendações: Tody: Dithyramb, Jason Eckardt: https://youtu.be/ozGVeMAnUKE Flávio: Until The End Of The World, U2: https://youtu.be/RfKqtXhF_eM
Welcome to episode 96, the countdown to episode 100 continues! In this episode, I have the honor of interviewing the Very Reverend Doctor Peter-Michael Preble. Monsignor Preble received an Associates's and bachelor’s degree from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts. He received his seminary training at the Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline, Massachusetts, and a Doctor of Philosophy degree, with a concentration in Pastoral Psychology from the American International University in Indiana. Monsignor Preble holds several certifications in trauma and stress including being a Diplomat with the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. Monsignor Preble was ordained Deacon and Priest in 2004 in the Romanian Orthodox Archdiocese in the Americas and for 12 years served a Romanian Orthodox Parish in Southbridge, Massachusetts. In 2016 he was granted Ordained Ministerial Standing by the Pilgrim Association of the Massachusetts Conference of the United Church of Christ. In 2019 he was incardinated priest into the Independent Old Catholic Church by Bishop Thomas Bryant and in 2020 was elevated to Monsignor with the rank of Protonotary Apostolic and created Vicar Forane of New England in the Diocese of the Eastern United States of the Independent Old Catholic Church. Monsignor Preble is a Hospice Chaplain with the Brockton Visiting Nurses Association. He is a Military Chaplain with the Massachusetts Organized Militia, Fire Department Chaplain with the Quincy Massachusetts Fire Department, the Deputy Chief Chaplain with the Massachusetts Corps of Fire Chaplains, and National Chaplain for the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. Monsignor Preble has served parishes in the Romanian Orthodox Church as well as 3 parishes as interim minister in the United Church of Christ. Monsignor Preble is Married to Nicolette and has a daughter Oonagh. Monsignor Preble and his wife Nicky are living historians reenacting life in 18th and 19th century New England. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. Would you like to support this podcast? Please consider purchasing a copy of the book, Sacramental Whine: Chronicling the Independent Sacramental Movement Volume One. A book showcasing some of the many interviews from this podcast. It is available on Amazon for $14.99. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by the Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
April 4, 2021 Sermon delivered by Fr Joseph Purpura at Saint George Orthodox Church of Montreal. The third Sunday of Great Lent - The SUnday of the Cross.
In this episode, Phil and Janelle talk about Utah, Iron Man, a big anniversary, an even bigger email, Tom and Jerry, Hawaii, Drive in Movies, Grandpas, board games, and more.
Welcome to episode 95, the countdown to episode 100 is on! Can you believe we are only 5 episodes away from 100! In this episode, I will be talking about the Convergence Movement and have as my guests Father Kevin Daugherty and Father Michaelangelo D’Arrigo. The Reverend Father Kevin Daugherty is a priest and an Elder and Secretary-Treasurer within the Convergent Christian Communion. The Reverend Canon Michaelangelo D'Arrigo is a Priest and an Elder in the Convergent Christian Communion, and Canon to their Presiding Bishop. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. Resources on the Convergent Movement. Recommended Books on the Convergent Movement: "Great Emergence: How Christianity is Changing and Why," by Phyllis Tickle. "Becoming Orthodox: A Journey to the Ancient Christian Faith," by Peter Gillquist. "Evangelical, Sacramental, and Pentecostal: Why the Church should be all three," by Gordon T. Smith. "Evangelicals on the Canterbury Trail: Why Evangelicals are Attracted to the Liturgical Church," by Robert Webber. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by the Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
Hello hello, mythsters, For this episode, Anike and Jaz took a closer look at the dragons found in Central Europe. Of course our old pal, Saint George had to make another appearance, but we also found a few interesting stories that certainly debunk the popular Western take on dragons, as being flying, flamey virgin eaters. Outtakes this week are mostly made up of disruptions of canine origin, although Jaz's mush-for-brains certainly contributed as well. A full transcript will be made available on our website as soon as we finish it, as usual. But without further ado, onwards!
Welcome to Episode 94, in this episode I have the honor of interviewing Deacon Christopher Maximus. Deacon Christopher Maximus – essential grocery worker by day, former Boy Scout, semi-retired Drag Queen, grateful alcoholic, human rights activist, seminarian, and Deacon. As a teenager, Christopher found God’s grace and love in his local Eastern Orthodox Church after an invitation to attend from his high school best friend. Eventually, he was baptized and chrismated in the Antiochian Orthodox Church. This is the time when he first felt a monastic and clerical calling. After being shunned by the local Orthodox parish for his sexuality he took a 10-year break from organized religion. After seeking substance abuse treatment, Christopher became involved with a local Episcopal parish because of their inclusiveness. He was received into the Anglican Communion at Saint Mark's Cathedral in Seattle, WA. During a moment of private prayer at his then parish, he vowed to God that if the compulsion to drink was eliminated, he would dedicate his life to the service of the Church. He became very involved in his parish. Christopher and his husband, both became habited Religious Brothers with a dispersed Franciscan Order inside of the Anglican Communion. In his discernment for theological education, Christopher discovered the rich history of the Old Catholic and Independent Sacramental Movements and was directed toward an autonomous Eastern Orthodox jurisdiction by a friend. In the fall of 2018, he and his husband were received into the autonomous Eastern Orthodox jurisdiction, and after some time of independent training with an Orthodox hierarch, he was ordained to the Holy Diaconate on the Feast of Saint Patrick, The Enlightener of Ireland, in Toledo, OH. In the winter of 2020, Deacon Christopher, his husband, and their two fur-children packed up and moved across the country from their home in Seattle, Washington to Toledo, Ohio in pursuit of theological education. At the beginning of summer 2020, Deacon Christopher began his first year of theological seminary formation with Saint Symeon the New Theologian House of Studies through the Community of Saint George. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by the Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
In episode two of our second season, we talk with Kierstin Madsen of MPE Designs. Kierstin is an artists with many skills and talents including metal work, painting, jewelry making, sewing, etc. We discuss her background, her philosophy, and a learn about her artistic process. You can find her work at our brick and mortar in downtown Saint George, Utah at 55 N Main. Support this podcast
Offering up skiing and sledding on it's snow capped peaks in the winter, and Hiking and Mountain Biking among the red rocks in the Summer, Brian Head Resort is one of the most unique destinations you'll find in southern Utah. In this episode we talk to Mark Wilder about everything there is to do at Brian Head Resort, located in Brian Head Utah.
EB and Coach Dane are joined by famed lacrosse coach Dom Starsia, who led Virginia men's lacrosse to four National Championships (1999, 2003, 2006, 2011). Starsia has coached in the Premier Lacrosse League and recently took over head coaching duties at the prestigious Blue Ridge School in Saint George, Virginia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
EB and Coach Dane are joined by famed lacrosse coach Dom Starsia, who led Virginia men's lacrosse to four National Championships (1999, 2003, 2006, 2011). Starsia has coached in the Premier Lacrosse League and recently took over head coaching duties at the prestigious Blue Ridge School in Saint George, Virginia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We officially released season one of the podcast on March 17th 2020, but began recording episodes in December 2019. Its safe to say a lot has happened this past year so we decided to kick off season two, talking about it all! Kat talks about switching to an online farmers market, continuing the online option, and then transitioning to opening a brick and mortar in downtown Saint George, as well as some behind the scenes details about what goes into to making the store happen. We also talk about MoFACo starting an incubator/community farm space and what is happening with that! Support this podcast
In the second part of this virtual bus tour we will learn about Abu Ghosh, also called the 'humus capital' and named after the Abu Ghosh family that originates from the Caucasus. There are two important churches in Abu Ghosh, one connected to the Bible story of the Ark of the Covenant that stayed in Kiriyat Jearim for 20 years. The other one connected to the Bible story of the two people that walked to Emmaus and met Jesus after his crucifixion and resurrection. The town also has the second largest mosque in Palestine.Then we continue to Lod, the city that had one of the oldest first airports in Palestine, the Lod airport was later named Ben Gurion airport. Lod is famous for the resting place of Saint George, known in Palestine also as Al Khader. An interesting mix of Christian and Muslim traditions. Many Palestinians are named George and Khader. Lod was the capital of Jund Falastin, one of the provinces under the Muslim dynasties. But it had to give this title to Ramla when it was built by Suleiman ibn AbdelMalik who built a city in the sandy coastal area, where nobody had settled before, hence the name Ramle, meaning 'sand' in Arabic. This and much more you can hear in this podcast episode!For the photos that go with this episode you can go to the Ko-fi page, the platform where I can also receive donations, that is very welcome and highly appreciated. That's where I post unique content that you don't find on other social media. Check it out! https://ko-fi.com/storiesfrompalestine For the facebook, instagram, youtube, the Mailchimp mailinglist and the website, you can find all of them here: https://podspout.app/storiesfrompalestine A full transcript for this episode is available on the website if you prefer to read along!https://storiesfrompalestine.info
“If, by God’s grace, we follow the path of Blandina, we’ll no longer need the courage of Saint George. Instead, without fear, we can more easily make that one crucial choice waiting to made in each moment, the choice to surrender everything so to simply let God’s will be done. In fact, living in union with God may cause the choice to feel so effortless that it stops feeling like a choice at all, and more like God’s will manifesting through us in the world as we rest in Christ.” Br. Nicholas Bartoli finds inspiration in the examples of Saint George and Blandina.
Welcome to Episode 93, in this episode I have the honor of welcoming back Acolyte Kathleen Ostlie. She was initially a guest on the podcast a little over a year ago and it is great to have her back. Kathleen Ostlie, is in minor orders as an acolyte in the Apostolic Johannite Church; she has a love for writing, studying philosophy, and connecting with all sorts of people. She is passionate about bringing diverse groups of people together for respectful discourse and finding connections. She is a believer in truth in an increasingly relativist world, but a Christian mystic open to heart-centered ideas. While she has been published in compilation books and magazines, she is currently working on her first solo book to include wisdom sayings, poetry, and essays relevant to the journey of the seeker, and hopes to inspire others on their journey. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by The Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
Welcome to Episode 92, in this episode I welcome back Father Kevin Daugherty. I’ve had Father Kevin on the podcast before, but since it has been a while let me introduce him again. Fr. Kevin Daugherty is a priest and a New Monastic, from Lincoln, Pennsylvania. Fr. Kevin is an Elder and Secretary-Treasurer within the Convergent Christian Communion, co-founder, and Abbot of Kindling Fire: A New Monastic Order, and incoming Curate (Assistant Pastor) for Solomon's Porch in Phoenix, Arizona. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by the Community of Saint George (the Young Rite).
Welcome to Episode 91, in this episode I have the honor of interviewing Chaplain Robert Caruso. Chaplain Robert W. Caruso is a native of Chicago, Illinois. Chaplain Caruso earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hamline University, St. Paul, Minnesota with a double major in Philosophy and Legal Studies. He went on and earned a Master of Divinity with an emphasis in clinical counseling degree as well as a Master of Arts in Theology and World Religions from United Theological Seminary in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Chaplain Caruso is an ordained priest (15 Years) and is ecclesiastically endorsed by the Old Catholic Church. He worked in many Old Catholic parish communities as a pastor/priest and as a prison chaplain in the Michigan Department of Corrections before entering the Army. He is currently in his second year completing a Doctor of Ministry hybrid program in military chaplaincy from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. Chaplain Caruso entered the U.S. Army as a First Lieutenant in August 2012, at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. He was assigned to the 615th Aviation Support Battalion in Fort Hood, Texas. On May 1, 2013, he was moved to serve in Kuwait. Further, he has served as chaplain for the 509th Infantry Battalion (Airborne) in Alaska, from August 2016-2019. He is currently serving as the Deputy Brigade Chaplain for 5th Recruiting Brigade at Joint Base San Antonio, Texas (JBSA). Chaplain Caruso is the author of the 2009 book, “The Old Catholic Church: Understanding the Origin, Essence, and Theology of a Church that is Unknown and Misunderstood by Many in North America.” Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and produced by The Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
Welcome to episode 89. In this episode, I have the honor of interviewing Father Shaun Ake-Little. Father Shaun was recently ordained to the priesthood this past June within the Progressive Catholic Church by Bishop Joseph Ciccone. He was informally in formation with another jurisdiction for about 8 years before attending seminary at Ascension Theological College. While in formation, he served on his parish board of directors and served as president of the school board and as director of religious education. For his day job, he teaches 7th-grade geography and moderates the school's history club. In addition to being ordained in June, Father Shaun and his husband Ethan and moved into a new home right outside of Philadelphia where they reside with their new puppy Daisy and two cats Grayson and JoJo. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and is produced by the Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
On the Pod this week, it's a bit of a family reunion for me! I am honored that my sister Julie Akins joined me to talk about some pretty heavy stuff. Julie is a teacher in Saint George, and she is very passionate about the social justice movements happening across the country. Now, full disclosure, it was tough for us, two white people, to talk about racial disparities in our country. So please, if you have any feedback for us and how we handled this conversation send it to me so that we can better educate ourselves and be allies in this fight for social justice. Julie spoke about what it was like teaching in the predominately white high school and trying to help these high schoolers step out of their experiences and step into someone else's. She had her class read "The Hate U Give", by Angie Thomas and it was amazing to hear their experience as a class. Please as always, if you find this conversation helpful share it with friends and family. If you have any feedback please send it to me. Thanks,
Welcome to episode 89, in this episode I have the honor of interviewing Archbishop Jason Sanderson. Bishop Jason was born in Vermont, and from the age of 18 was involved with the Independent Catholic/Orthodox movement, first being part of an Old Calendar Greek Orthodox monastery, before being transferred to a bishop in the American Orthodox Church. He took a hiatus from active ministry in 1993 and returned to it by joining the Liberal Catholic Church International in 2000, being received as a deacon. He was ordained to the priesthood in 2002, consecrated bishop in 2006, and elected Presiding Archbishop in 2012, serving one term. During his episcopacy, he oversaw the development of several missions and projects in Africa, and a review of the liturgy to be gender inclusive. He is retired to northern New Hampshire, where he focuses his efforts on personal ministry and chaplaincy, and is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in psychology to help develop a program to minister to those suffering from PTSD. Links: Convergent Streams: The Premier ISM Magazine. This podcast is hosted by Bishop David Oliver Kling and is produced by The Community of Saint George (a Young Rite jurisdiction).
The Troops of St George is a fraternal Catholic apostolate for young men and their fathers. National Executive Director, Dr. Jeremy Lustig and Brian Squibbs the National Director of Communications & Recruitment for The Troops of St George join the show to tell us all about it. Troops of St George official website Video Overview of the Troops of Saint George