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In the final Keeping Lent episode, Pastor Tim Ness of St. Mark Lutheran Church in Clifton Heights leads us to pray through Martin Luther's Small Catechism, that is praying the 10 Commandments, the Apostle's Creed, and the Lord's Prayer. We also celebrate the Feast of the Annunciation by praying the Angelus.

Direct download: Keeping_Lent_-_Praying_the_Catechism.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 9:53pm EST
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Fr. Ben brings on two surprise guests to make some very big announcements.

Direct download: Special_Bulletin.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 11:31pm EST
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This week the parishioners of St. Mark Lutheran Church and Incarnation Holy Sacrament Episcopal Church practice embodied prayer and you can practice along with us. Join Fr. Ben and special guest Sister Elizabeth Anderson on this episode.

 

Direct download: Keeping_Lent_-_Embodied_Prayer.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 10:12pm EST
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The Keeping Lent series continues with an episode on Centering Prayer. Lutheran Pastor Tem Ness leads us in an exercise of Centering Prayer. Also, Fr. Ben rants about St. Barbara's loss in Lent Madness.

Music by Awaking Mercury www.awakingmercury.com

Direct download: Keeping_Lent_-_Centering_Prayer.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 10:22pm EST
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This episode of the Keeping Lent series continues to look at different forms of prayer following last week's episode on Lectio Divina. In this episode Fr. Ben leads us through the Examen prayer. We invite you to use this podcast to pray through the Examen prayer on your own.

www.ignatianspirituality.com

Direct download: Keeping_Lent_-_The_Examen.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 3:38pm EST
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This episode features an entire retreat led by Sister Barbara Jean Brown of Anamchara Fellowship. Sr. BJ has 40 years of experience leading retreats and quiet days. She is a founding member of Anamchara Fellowship, a new monastic order in the Episcopal Church with an ecumenical mission. This retreat is titled "Who Gives a Hoot about Paul's Journeys" and offers a spiritual reflection on the journeys of St. Paul in the book of Acts. The retreat is broken into three parts, so make sure to listen through to the end.

www.anamcharafellowship.org

Direct download: Keeping_Lent_-_Retreat_with_Sister_Barbara_Jean_Brown.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 10:26pm EST
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This is the second episode in the Keeping Lent series. In this episode, Pastor Tim Ness of St. Mark's Lutheran Church Clifton Heights, PA leads us through the practice of Lectio Divina, an ancient prayer practice originating from the Benedictine tradition.

We at Priest Pulse encourage you to use this episode to learn about Lectio Divina and to devote some time to meditation. This contains a guided meditation time with periods of silence. After the meditation, Fr. Ben answers what Lent means to him.

Music in this episode comes thanks to Awaking Mercury.

www.awakingmercury.com

 

 

Direct download: Keeping_Lent_-_Lectio_Divina.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 2:23pm EST
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On this special episode of Priest Pulse, Benjamin Gildas interviews the Rev. Scott Gunn of Lent Madness and Forward Movement. Ben also discusses the ministry Ashes to Go. This episode invites us all into a season of holy Lent. Resources from this episode:

www.lentmadness.org

www.ashestogo.org

www.forwardmovement.org

www.sevenwholedays.org

Direct download: Keeping_Lent_-_Lent_Madness_and_Ashes_to_Go.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 1:42pm EST
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Priest Pulse welcomes back the Rev. Colin Chapman to discuss the subject of relevancy in a changing world. Colin imagines an analogy between Research in Motion's new Blackberry phone and TEC's approach to relevancy. 

Resources from this episode:

The Rite Place Liturgy: https://www.churchpublishing.org/products/index.cfm?fuseaction=productDetail&productID=10042

Vital Practices: http://www.ecfvp.org/

Simon Sinek: How Great Leaders Inspire Action: http://www.ted.com/talks/simon_sinek_how_great_leaders_inspire_action?language=en

Direct download: Episode_4_-_The_Relevant_Church.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 4:40pm EST
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Episode three of Priest Pulse looks at humor, religion, and the sacreligious. Fr. Benjamin Gildas interviews the creators of card game A Game for Good Christians. www.agameforgoodchristians.com

Review of the book "Disquiet Time: Rants and Reflections on the Good Book by the Skeptical, the Faithful, and a Few Scoundrels."

Music by Philadelphia rock band Awaking Mercury includes a live performance of the song "Jumper" by Third Eye Blind.

Special thanks to the creators of A Game for Good Christians for their anonymous interview. I hope you take as much out of it as I did.

Direct download: Episode_3_-_Humor_Religion_and_the_Sacreligious.m4a
Category:religion -- posted at: 5:27pm EST
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