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The Lutheran History Podcast
TLHP 42 "We have joined the Synod of Muehlhaeuser"- Early Laity WELS Perspectives Part I

The Lutheran History Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 66:14


Image: Regina, Veronica and Frank Kerler"I prefer America," one German Lutheran immigrant wrote. Letters of German Lutheran immigrants in 19th century America give under-analyzed perspectives of lay members and their views of church establishment and denominational selection.Support the show Lutheran History Shop Youtube ( even more behind-the-scenes videos available for certain patron tiers) Facebook Website Interview Request Form About the Host email:thelutheranhistorypodcast@gmail.com

Catholic Family News's Podcast
Weekly News Roundup January 26, 2023

Catholic Family News's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 61:49


Our stories today include: (1) the sudden and tragic death of well-known Catholic journalist George Neumayr last week; (2) a new interview of Pope Francis conducted by the Associated Press, including the Pope's comments on homosexuality and the German Synodal Way; (3) news that a pro-LGBT priest has been invited by Pope Francis to lead a retreat for bishops just before the Synod meeting opens in Rome this October; and (4) a few snippets from a new book written by Benedict XVI and published posthumously 

Inside The Vatican
Cardinal Müller criticizes Pope Francis in new book

Inside The Vatican

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 32:19


Cardinal Gerhard Müller, the former German head of the then-Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and an open critic of many of Pope Francis' initiatives has released a new book, In Good Faith: Religion in the 21st Century, in which he blasts, among others, the Synod on Synodality and papal resignations, and criticizes the pope's relationship with U.S. President Joe Biden. The day after Ricardo and Gerry recorded this episode, Pope Francis gave a wide-ranging interview to Nicole Winfield, the Vatican reporter for the Associated Press, in which he addressed a range of topics including homosexuality, his own handling of the sexual abuse crisis, the Vatican's agreement with China on the selection and appointment of bishops, and his own health. But perhaps most relevant to this episode, Pope Francis responded in the interview to his critics on many fronts. You can read Ricardo's summary of the AP interview with Pope Francis here.  Pope Francis has instructed all bishops traveling to Rome for the first main session of the Synod on Synodality this October to arrive four days early for a silent retreat. The retreat will be led by Timothy Radcliffe, O.P., the former head of the worldwide Dominican order, a popular preacher and writer. The pope has also called the leaders of Christian churches and their faithful to assemble with him in Rome ahead of the Synod to pray for its success alongside the Catholic faithful and bishops who will be there. Pope Francis will visit the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Sudan from Jan. 31 to Feb. 5, in a long-awaited visit to the Christian churches postponed last year because of his recurring knee troubles. We look at the pope's weeklong itinerary and tease out his reasons for making this first-ever visit to these two sub-Saharan African countries long blighted by famine and civil unrest, but filled with hope. Links from the show: Pope Francis gives major interview on his critics, sex abuse, decriminalizing homosexuality and more Deep dive: The ‘Synod on Synodality' — What's done and what comes next? Pope Francis postponed his trip to South Sudan. What does this mean for people living there? Please consider supporting this podcast by purchasing a digital subscription to America Magazine www.americamagazine.org/subscribe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WELS - Daily Devotions
Jesus Brings Light to the Darkness – January 24, 2023

WELS - Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 3:17


WELS - Daily Devotions
In Times of Darkness – January 23, 2023

WELS - Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 3:09


WELS - Daily Devotions
The Hidden Reality – January 20, 2023

WELS - Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 3:00


WELSTech Audio
698 – Lutheran Leadership Conf Special

WELSTech Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 21:06


Recorded in the Grand Ballroom of the Chicago Hilton, a site visited by President John F. Kennedy and Queen Elizabeth II (among others), WELSTech is covering WELS National Conference on Lutheran Leadership in style! Listen in as Martin and Sallie are joined by WELS Tech team member Dan Retzlaff to reflect on the mountain of […]

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders
Fr. David McCallum, Ed.D. - We Are Varied, Dimensionally Complex Creatures

Phronesis: Practical Wisdom for Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 51:31 Transcription Available


David McCallum, S.J., Ed.D is a Jesuit priest and leadership educator. He serves as the founding Executive Director of the Program for Discerning Leadership, a special project of the General Curia of the Society of Jesus, Georgetown, and the Gregorian University. The Program provides leadership formation for senior Vatican officials and major superiors of religious orders in Rome, Italy, and internationally. He is a facilitator for mission-driven, personal and organizational development programs, provides developmentally informed executive coaching, and delivers leadership development programs and spiritual retreats internationally. He co-founded the Contemplative Leaders in Action program (CLA), an initiative of the Office for Ignatian Spirituality (USA East Coast Province), as well as the Global Jesuit Case Series, the Mission Integration Institute at the University of San Diego, and the Ignatian Leadership Program for the Conference of European Provincials of the Society of Jesus.Currently, Fr. McCallum lives in Rome and serves as a member of the Secretariat for the Synod of Bishops Commission on Methodology, supporting the Synodal process initiative by Pope Francis, and as adjunct faculty in the Institute for Anthropology, Interdisciplinary Studies of Human Dignity and Care (IADC) at the Pontifical Gregorian University.A Quote From This Episode"We are all on that journey of trying to show up as our better selves. But the reality is that our context and the conditions in which we're situated are constantly squeezing our developmental capacity."Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeBook: Numbskull in the Theatre of Inquiry: Transforming Self, Friends, Organizations, and Social Science by TorbertBook:  Leaving the Ghost Light Burning: Illuminating Fallback in Embrace of the Fullness of You by LivesayBook: Generative Knowing: Principles, Methods, and Dispositions of an Emerging Adult Learning Theory by Nicolaides 360 Tool: The Leadership CircleMore About Series Co-Host, Dr. Jonathan ReamsJonathan's WebsiteBook: Maturing Leadership: How Adult Development Impacts LeadershipArticle: A Brief Overview of Developmental TheoryAbout  Scott J. AllenWebsiteMy Approach to HostingThe views of my guests do not constitute "truth." Nor do they reflect my personal views in some instances. However, they are important views to be aware of. Nothing can replace your own research and exploration.About The International Leadership Association (ILA)The ILA was created in 1999 to bring together professionals interested in the study, practice, and teaching of leadership. 

WELS - Daily Devotions
What do you want? – January 18, 2023

WELS - Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 3:02


WELS - Daily Devotions
Jesus Is the One – January 17, 2023

WELS - Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 2:38


Pints With Aquinas
Cardinal George Pell on the Synod of Synodality

Pints With Aquinas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 29:59


Matt and Thursday have a discussion on the Synod on Synodality and Cdl. Pell's article on it published posthumously. Join Us on Locals (before we get banned on YT): https://mattfradd.locals.com/ References: https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/t... https://www.synod.va/content/dam/syno... ---

What Is Truth?
34: A Christian Critique of Gender Theory w/ Dr. John Grabowski

What Is Truth?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 68:25


What are the philosophical foundations of modern gender theory? Can modern gender theory form a coherent worldview? What all is wrong with modern gender theory? Today I am joined by Dr. John Grabowski, author of the book "Unraveling Gender" to answer all of these questions and more.Buy Dr. Grabowski's book from TAN and get 15% Off using code TRUTH.Purchase here: https://bit.ly/3CHNu1gDr. Grabowski's Bio:A native of Wisconsin, Dr. Grabowski earned his B.A. in theology at the University of Steubenville and his Ph.D. at Marquette University.  For the last thirty years he has been on the faculty of the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. where he is currently Ordinary Professor of Moral Theology/ Ethics.  He and his wife were appointed to the Pontifical Council for the Family by Pope Benedict XVI in the fall of 2009 where they served as a member couple.  He has served two terms as a theological advisor to the U.S.C.C.B. Committee on Laity, Marriage, Family, and Youth and one term as an advisor to the subcommittee which produced the Pastoral Letter Marriage: Love and Life in the Divine Plan (2009).  In 2015 he was appointed by Pope Francis to serve as an expert (adiutor) at the Synod of Bishops on the Family.Dr. Grabowski has published widely in the areas of moral theology, marriage, sexuality, and bioethics.  His articles have appeared in scholarly journals as Nova et Vetera, The Thomist, The Heythrop Journal, and the National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly as well as more popular publications such as America, Commonweal, The Living Light, and Our Sunday Visitor.  His books include Sex and Virtue: An Introduction to Sexual Ethics (CUA Press, 2003), Transformed in Christ: Essays on the Renewal of Moral Theology (Sapientia Press, 2017), One Body:  A Program of Marriage Formation for the New Evangelization with Claire Grabowski (Emmaus Road Press, 2018), A Catechism for Family Life with Sarah Bartel (CUA Press, 2018), and Raising Catholic Kids for Their Vocations with Claire Grabowski (TAN, 2019).Dr. Grabowski's Work: https://marriage4life.net/Get 15% Off TAN Books using code "TRUTH" at checkout: https://tanbooks.com/?rfsn=7031065.cf6efa1 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkz9M06qR_vjVS8k9oEkiSQInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/whatistruthpod/

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show
919: THE VATICAN CAN’T HIDE THIS ANYMORE… [Podcast]

Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 24:34


Cardinal Pell (who just died) has revealed in a posthumous letter the deep discontent within the Vatican against Pope Francis and the failed Synod on Synodality. Dr. Taylor Marshall explains the emerging wave against Pope Francis. Watch this new podcast episode by clicking here: If the audio player does not show up in your email […] The post 919: THE VATICAN CAN'T HIDE THIS ANYMORE… [Podcast] appeared first on Taylor Marshall.

Death of the Reader
Review Season: Absolution by Murder by Peter Tremayne - 2022 5th Place

Death of the Reader

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 6:41


In fifth place this Review Season, Herds takes us back to a simpler time, one where Saxons roamed the countryside and the black plague was the hottest new piece of goss on the market. That novel is Absolution by Murder, authored by Peter Tremayne as the first entry in the Sister Fidelma series. Not just a piece of historical fiction, but also written by acclaimed Celtic scholar Peter Berresford Ellis. The story takes place at a real event that happened to real people, and mixes in fictional with non-fictional characters in order to create not only an entertaining tour of the Abbey of Whitby in 664AD but also to entice fellow historians with a piece of speculative fiction around the infamous Synod of Whitby wherein the Christian churches of Celtic and Roman peoples were forced to reconcile.

The Morbid Museum
The Cadaver Synod: The Dead Pope Trial

The Morbid Museum

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 42:31


In 897, Pope Stephen VI put his predecessor, Pope Formosus, on trial for crimes against the Catholic Church. The accused was exhumed from his grave, and presented before an assembly of clergy in a Basilica in Rome.The Strange Case of Pope Formosus | Catholic AnswersThe Cadaver Synod: Low Point in the History of the Papacy | Medievalists.netThe Cadaver Synod: When the Corpse of a Dead Pope Was Put on Trial | Medium.comThe Cadaver Synod: The Strangest Trial in History, Donald E. Wilkes Jr. The Cadaver Synod: When a Pope's Corpse Was Put on Trial | Atlas ObscuraPatreon: patreon.com/themorbidmuseum Instagram: @themorbidmuseum Email: themorbidmuseum@gmail.comArtwork: Brittany Schall Music: "Danse Macabre" by Camille Saint-Saens, performed by Kevin MacLeod

Saint of the Day
Our Venerable Father Cedd, Bishop of Essex and Abbot of Lastingham (664)

Saint of the Day

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 1:03


He and his brother Chad (Mar. 2) were from an English family, educated under Saint Aidan (Aug. 31) of Lindisfarne. Both brothers entered monastic life at Lindisfarne and later became bishops. Cedd travelled as an evangelist among the people of Essex, where Saint Finan (Feb. 17) consecrated him to be their first bishop. He founded two monasteries in Essex, one of whose churches still stands; he built yet another monastery at Lastingham in Yorkshire, where he lived until his repose. He spoke both Irish and Anglo-Saxon, and served as a translator for the Irish at the Synod of Whitby in 664. He reposed at Lastingham not long after the Synod.

Catholic Conversations
Introduction to Classical Protestant Theology

Catholic Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 97:19


On Classical Reformed Theology with Christian Wagner (Scholastic Answers) Outline of the showTwo brief notes on the topic1. Don't be jerks2. Be careful1. The Reformers     1. First Generation     2. Second Generation     3. Polemical Context         1. Formed an early iteration of scholasticism that was chiefly polemical (although, its full flowering doesn't come until the 1580's in replying to Bellarmine)     4. Pre-Tridentine2. Early Orthodoxy (1565-1620)     1. Needed to build structure     2. Thus          1. First, needed confessions               1. Protestant Magisterium               2. Second, needed didactic theology     3. These are the guys that Bellarmine and Suarez were responding to3. High Orthodoxy (1620-1700)     1. "during the period of early orthodoxy (ca. 1560– 1620), theology was developed and worked out primarily from the basis of the Reformed confessions. The period of high orthodoxy (ca. 1620–1700), however, saw comprehensive dogmatic works in which the results of exegesis, dogmatic formulations, polemical elements, and expositions of the practical implications of doctrine were combined into an imposing whole. The scholasticism of high orthodoxy was thus characterized by increasing precision in its theological apparatus. This allowed dogmatic materialto be worked out further and caused the number of polemical topics to increase. High orthodoxy was not a time for developing new systems but rather for building up what had been inherited from the theology of early orthodoxy"      2. Catholic Resourcement          1. Hermeneutic of Reformed Catholicity     3. Synod of Dort     4. Westminster Assembly     5. Puritans vs. Anglicans4. Late Orthodoxy (1700-1790)     1. Dissolution of Reformed Theology5. Resourcement movements     1. Mercersburg theology          1. Schaff's Development of Doctrine          2. Richard MullerCritique1. Puritans vs. Anglicans2. Catholic Resourcement3. Magisterial to ConfessionalAdrian Social MediaIG: @ffonzeTwitter: @AdrianFonzeFacebook: Adrian FonsecaYouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations

WELS - Daily Devotions
A Savior Born to Dwell Among Us Bringing Glory – December 30, 2022

WELS - Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 3:15


Return To Tradition
Satanic Enemies Of the Church Claim EWTN Is Why The Synod Is Failing

Return To Tradition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 12:20


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WELS - Daily Devotions
A Savior Born to Dwell Among Us Bringing Grace – December 29, 2022

WELS - Daily Devotions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 3:15


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