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Catch up with our Sunday talks here online! We believe that the Bible, God's word, is more than relevant to our lives today, but that is actually is transformative, powerful, engaging and life-changing. We plan series of talks that, we hope, are interesting, helpful, challenging and engaging for every listener. Come and join us!
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St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church

St. Thomas Indian Orthodox Church

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Dear in Christ, Greetings ! St.Thomas Indian Orthodox Church, Dublin presents a series of podcasts for our spiritual nourishment. ''Bless me Lord'' - the Podcast series. You can enjoy these podcasts anytime , anyplace, at home or during travel. These podcasts include devotional addresses, Biblical and liturgical expositions, songs, and daily bible verses. Prayers, Fr. Anish John
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Podcasts recorded at a Dublin City Council symposium on the history of The Abbey of St Thomas the Martyr. The Abbey was founded in the 12th century and played a pivotal role in the religious and political affairs of Dublin city until its dissolution in 1539. A weekend of events, organised by Dublin City Council, celebrating the Abbey and its history took place in October 2017 and these podcasts were recorded at a symposium on the history of the Abbey which took place in St Catherine�s Church ...
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What if there was a way for your thoughts, your words, to be sent into the future, and be understood and appreciated by someone anywhere on the planet… Would that not make us, in a way, immortal, and give us the power to communicate across time and space? When we were inquisitive children curled up under the blankets, flashlight in hand, and reading our favourite story – were we not actually inviting the author of that story into our innermost space, to share their thoughts, their stories wi ...
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We continue our walk through His Story, thinking about Joshua's final speech to Israel. We think about how we might approach the tricky parts of Joshua which talk of violence and warfare- and how we might, with Joshua, give that cry- "As for me an my house, we will serve the Lord".
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