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The sermon podcast from Eucharist Church in downtown Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. While we are grateful for anyone who listens in online, we also want to help people find good local communities. Contact us if you need a church recommendation in your area. Grace + Peace.
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A podcast of Eucharist Church in San Francisco that explores what it looks like for a community of disciples to live all of life in reference to Christ.
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Join Tim Glemkowski, CEO of the National Eucharistic Congress, for the REVIVE Podcast. The 2024 season of REVIVE features conversations with Catholic leaders who are committed to helping you enkindle your missionary fire so that you can share the gift of our Eucharistic Lord with others. REVIVE season two culminates at the 10th National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, Indiana, July 17-21, 2024. Official podcast of the USCCB’s National Eucharistic Revival (www.eucharisticrevival.org) an ...
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Preaching Guild member Aaron Craig preaches his debut sermon at Eucharist. Despite being a part of our congregation since day one, and a regular worship leader and creative collaborator, this marks the first time Aaron preaches the gospel with words, from the pulpit (putting his MDiv from Wycliffe to good use). A note about the quality: This sermon…
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Wherein Dean Holmes and President Washut take advantage of a trip to Denver to record a wide-ranging conversation with two of Wyoming Catholic College's closest friends, Father Nathan Cromly (of the Saint John Institute) and JD Flynn (of The Pillar). Today's podcast episode is the first half of that conversation. Follow along at wyomingcatholic.edu…
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"I think that [God] wants a National Eucharistic Congress to bring us home to himself, to renew the bride…to live again." - Sister Miriam James Heidland, SOLT In this episode, Tim and Sister Miriam James Heidland discuss Sister Miriam’s March Madness tweeting, healing our identity wounds, and how Christian discipleship is the process of being broug…
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"I do believe that there is a special outpouring upon the land of the United States of America that is going to happen where we will be filled with God and his grace, and we're going to go out into the secular world…and we're going to share the joy of the Gospel with them and invite them to come and see the Lord.’" - Father Josh Johnson, Diocese of…
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“Have the courage to be a Christian, which means every day is a new day and God's grace is real and his compassion and love for you is the strongest thing...in the universe." - Montse Alvarado In this episode, Tim and Montse Alvarado discuss how Montse received the invitation as a lay woman to be one of the three emcees for the 10th National Euchar…
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Wherein Dean Holmes meets with Wyoming Catholic College's Byzantine chaplain, Father David Anderson, to discuss the similarities and differences in the ways the Eastern churches think and talk about the Eucharistic sacrifice. Follow along at wyomingcatholic.edu/eucharist-podcast.Por Dr. Jeremy Holmes and President Kyle Washut
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Wherein Dean Holmes and President Washut are joined by one of the architect's of Wyoming Catholic College's spoken Latin program, Dr. Scott Olsson. Together, the three of them discuss St. Thomas Aquinas's Eucharistic poem, “Verbum supernum prodiens.” Follow along at wyomingcatholic.edu/eucharist-podcast.…
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"That's not really the point of this gathering. This is a moment of renewal for the Church…a time of prayer–not an event–but a sort of a happening, a spiritual happening on behalf of the Church in the United States." - Sister Josephine Garrett, CSFN In this episode, Tim and Sister Josephine Garrett discuss Sister Josephine’s roundabout path to reli…
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Wherein Dean Holmes and President Washut discuss the role of sacred music in the Eucharistic celebration with Paul Jernberg, Founder and Director of the Magnificat Institute of Sacred Music and Composer-in-Residence at Wyoming Catholic College. Follow along at wyomingcatholic.edu/eucharist-podcast.Por Dr. Jeremy Holmes and President Kyle Washut
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"It is just calm because I'm not bringing any work in. It is just you and me and that's all it is. When I do that, I know that I'm growing in intimacy with the Lord. And when I fail to do that or I do it in my own kind of distorted and distracted way, then I know that I'm cheating." - Father Mike Schmitz, Diocese of Duluth In this episode, Tim and …
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"And this is not just an event, right? It'd be like saying, ‘Well, Pentecost, it was just an event.’ No, actually the Holy Spirit showed up and the Holy Spirit transformed people. And this is what the National Eucharistic Congress is going to be." - Bishop Cozzens, Diocese of Crookston In this episode, Tim and Bishop Andrew Cozzens discuss the gene…
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Wherein President Washut, in a departure from our conversational format, shares the talk he gave at SEEK 2024 earlier this month, “Come to the Mountains of the Lord: Transformative Devotion to the Eucharist through a Wilderness Spirituality.” Follow along at wyomingcatholic.edu/eucharist-podcast.Por Dr. Jeremy Holmes and President Kyle Washut
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“This is something we can all get behind, and I think people have been missing that. There’s a lot of division right now…That’s the power of this message. That’s the power of this time.” - Father Agustino Torres, CFR Listen in as Season 1 host, Father Agustino Torres, CFR, officially hands off the reins of the Revive Podcast to Season 2 host, Tim G…
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