• 00:30

    ARCHIVE LISTEN: Liturgical Dance 101

    in Education

    If you missed WWLDC'S First Blog Talk Radio Show, you can give a listen here!  It hones in on the foundations and politics of liturgical dance while offering great insight into its aesthetic nature.  Support Without Walls Liturgical Dance Company by tuning in! 

  • 00:29

    Liturgical Dance 101- Part II

    in Education

    Are you a praise dancer who has heard the term liturgical dance, but lack a full understanding of how it applies to you?  Or maybe you are a liturgical dancer and need more insight into what you are truly responsible for? This episode series is for you!  It will define liturgical dance and examine the many branches it affects in the praise dance arena, including its history and current role in dance culture.  Tune in.  Feel free to take notes! 

  • 00:19

    Liturgical Service

    in Christianity

    Join us for a traditional liturgical service, including communion. Be blessed, bless others; soley for God's glory.

  • 01:01

    Let's Talk About Prayer: A Look At Liturgical Prayer

    in Christianity

    We all know that prayer is important, but many of us struggle with it. How should we pray? What should we say? Join Catholic Evangelist Gary Zimak as he continues his series on prayer. Each Tuesday on Following The Truth, Gary will discuss prayer and offer suggestions that will allow us to better communicate with God. In this episode, we'll discuss the public prayer of the Church, otherwise known as liturgical prayer. In addition, Gary will read and discuss the daily Mass readings. Make it a point to tune in and learn how prayer can transform your life!

  • 01:01

    The Liturgical Year: The Sanctification of Time

    in Religion

    In today's broadcast Bishop Peter Elder Hickman will be discussing the place of the Liturgical Calender in the life and practice of the followers of Christ and the Church. What is the purpose of observing special days throughout the year? How does the observance of feast days like Christmas and Easter help us in remembering the the Story of Christ and His Gospel? How does having certain seasons like Advent or Lent relate to one's spiritual life and that of the collective life of the Church? Is the liturgical calendar biblical? Did the ancient people of Israel observe a liturgical calendar? These are Just some of the questions that Bishop Peter will be examining over the next several minutes in a talk called, "The Liturgical Calendar: the Sanctification of Time.

  • 00:22

    Sunday - The Biblical & Liturgical Meaning

    in Business

    This show will talk about the Biblical & Liturgical Meaning of Sunday. The show is based on HB Porter - The Day of Light who was a church liturgical history scholar. The observance of Sunday as a weekly holiday is one of the oldest and most universal of Christian practices. We will explore the answers to the search for the meaning of the day and the worship which expresses the meaning, is more urgent today than it was a quarer of century ago. Sunday is the original feast day!
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  • 00:27

    Advent

    in Christianity

    In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the liturgical season of Advent in the Catholic Church.  Advent is a period of preparation and waiting for the coming of Christ.  Christians light the Advent wreathe which counts down the weeks before Christmas.


     


     


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  • 00:29

    St. Fidelis

    in Religion

    Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org


    St. Fidelis - A former lawyer who left his profession to become a Capuchin Franciscan priest, Saint Fidelis of Sigmaringen has his liturgical memorial on April 24.


    Leaving his legal practice behind, Mark decided to give his life directly to the service of Christ and the Church. In short order he received ordination as a priest, and joined the Capuchin Franciscans in Freiburg.


    During 1614 a Swiss Catholic bishop had sought help from the Capuchins, to restore the faith and counteract the spread of Calvinist Protestantism. In 1621, Fidelis was sent on the mission. He brought just four items: a Bible, a prayer book, a crucifix and a copy of the Capuchin rule.


    The winter of 1621-22 was a busy period of preaching, instruction and theological disputation for the Franciscan priest. He preached not only in the pulpits of Catholic churches, but also in public places, and even in the meeting-places of the Calvinists themselves. Some Swiss Protestants responded with hostility, but many others were also brought back to the Church.


    Like many cases of religious persecution during this time, Fidelis’ treatment at the hands of the Calvinists did not stem exclusively from doctrinal disagreement. National and cultural tensions also contributed, with many Swiss Protestants suspecting that the Catholic mission was part of an Austrian plot against their nation.


    Fidelis' life bridged the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, a time of religious conflict in Western Europe. He died at the hands of a mob while preaching in Switzerland, where he had gone to combat the Calvinist heresy.

  • 00:43

    Talking Liturgical Music With Jan Michael Joncas

    in Business

    Talking Liturgical Music With Jan Michael Joncas on The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet. Michael Joncas is a liturgical composer, author, speaker, and professor who is perhaps best known for his song "On Eagle's Wings." He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor's degree in English from the University of St. Thomas and graduated summa cum laude from the University of Notre Dame with a master's degree in theology and liturgical studies. Michael also graduated summa cum laude with degrees in liturgical studies from Pontificio Istituto Liturgico of the Ateneo Sant'Anselmo.

  • 00:25

    THE BASICS OF TEACHING

    in Education

    If you are a liturgical dance enthusiast, dancer, dance instructor or facilitator, or someone who functions in some educational capacity concerning dance, this discussion is for you!  Tune in to learn not only what goals a teacher should aim to meet while offering liturgical dance instruction, but also what learning dancers should gain or be expected to engage while being taught.  

  • 00:51

    Deepertruth Saturday: The Lord's Prayer

    in Religion

    The most recognizable prayer of all time is the“Our Father”, the great example that Jesus offers to His followers when asked how they should pray. According to the Gospel of Luke 11:1-4, it states, “Lord, teach us to pray just as John taught his disciples.” He said to them,“When you pray, say: Father, hallowed be your name, your Kingdom come. Give us each day our daily bread and forgive us our sins for we ourselves forgive everyone in debt to us, and do not subject us to the final test.”


    The Liturgical form of the Lord’s Prayer is taken from the Gospel of Matthew 6:9-13, the wording is slightly different from Luke’s version. Within the prayer there is the introduction, there are 7 petitions, and there is the doxology.


    This prayer is offered at every Mass and is involved in most Catholic devotions. In it embodies all the necessities of life in which we are grateful.

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