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On today's episode, we interview Fr. Victor Lee Austin on the topic of Pro-Life. Fr. Austin is Canon Theologian for the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas and author of several books. You can follow Fr. Austin's work on his blog. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you…
 
On today's episode, we discuss Pro-Life issues, particularly those related to Abortion and Euthanasia. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentalists, check out our Facebook discu…
 
On today's episode Fr. Wesley reads the last two chapters of Tract XXVII, which is a reprint of Bp. John Cosin's work "The History of Popish Transubstantiation." You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about c…
 
Join Michael as he discusses the failure of the first fast in the Bible and its implications to us; how fasting is not about food the way we typically approach it; and fasting’s corporate and communal nature and what it means to us as persons not individuals.על ידי Michael Haldas and Ancient Faith Radio
 
On today's episode we discuss war and peace in light of Catholic Social Teaching. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentalists, check out our Facebook discussion group here. Be …
 
Great Lent is a holy and sacred time of year yet we can turn it into a secular practice and experience if we are not careful. Join Michael as he discusses our understanding and participation in Lent, and how to avoid subtle ways that lead us to experience Lent less than how we should.על ידי Michael Haldas and Ancient Faith Radio
 
Today, Fr. Creighton and Wesley sit down with Brian Carroll, the 2020 presidential candidate for the American Solidarity Party. Some resources mentioned in today's episode: Brian Carrol's website and Facebook Page, the American Solidarity Party website, and Capers with Carroll. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.co…
 
On today's episode Fr. Myles reads the first two chapters of Tract XXVII, which is a reprint of Bp. John Cosin's work "The History of Popish Transubstantiation." You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about c…
 
On today's episode we discuss the poem "Almsgiving" from the Old English Exeter Book. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentalists, check out our Facebook discussion group here.…
 
So many people love a good conspiracy theory. But these theories do damage and harm to individuals, communities, and our society. Join Michael as he discusses the primary reasons people believe them and why doing so is antithetical to our faith.על ידי Michael Haldas and Ancient Faith Radio
 
On today's episode we continue our introduction to Social Teaching by walking through the Seven Principles of Catholic Social Teaching. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentali…
 
On today's bonus episode, Fr. Wesley reads Tract XXVI of Tracts for the Times. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentalists, check out our Facebook discussion group here. Be sur…
 
Cancel culture is a culture of hate, division, and destruction. Join Michael as he uses the Gospels and other scripture to show just how wicked this culture is; what the current culture is doing to us; why we are knowingly or unknowingly participating in it; and what we should do to combat it.על ידי Michael Haldas and Ancient Faith Radio
 
Today on the podcast, Fr. Myles and Fr. Wesley talk with Dr. Elisabeth Kincaid, Professor of Ethics and Moral Theology at Nashotah House Theological Seminary, about the basics of Catholic Social Teaching. Some resources she mentions: Papal Encyclicals The Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church The Seven Themes of Catholic Social Teaching b…
 
And we're back! On today's episode we introduce the topic of our new season, Catholic Social Teaching. Check out these resources we mention in the episode: Rowan Williams’ “Faith on Modern Areopagus” JP II Lecture The Elements of Moral Theology by R. C. Mortimer You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out t…
 
Christ says “your faith has made you well” specific to three healings in the Gospel accounts. This phrase means much more than we think it does and understanding it in full opens our eyes to how we should be living our faith and why many of us are not. Join Michael as breaks this simple phrase down with all of its layers of meaning and what we shou…
 
What’s the difference between testing and temptation? How can we discern God’s at work in our lives versus the enemy’s attacks? Why does the Greek in the scriptures use the same word for testing and temptation? Join Michael as he addresses these questions and compares and contrasts testing and temptation.…
 
Merry Christmas from The Sacramentalists Podcast! On today's episode, we discuss George Herbert's poem "Christmas I." Here is the text. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentali…
 
St. Porphyrios wrote, “Whoever wants to become a Christian must first become a poet.” Most of us are not poets so does this preclude us from being true Christians? Join Michael as he explores God’s poetic and artistic nature and how to understand and connect to Him through the divine language of symbol, beauty, and our own personal artistry even wh…
 
In today's episode, Fr. Myles finishes a three-part Advent series that looks at the Blessed Virgin Mary through the lens of three different works of Christian art. You can view today's image here. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and e…
 
Join Michael as he discusses the Book of Job as a case study in suffering and the importance of how we receive our suffering; how it is often what defines our salvation and belief in and relationship to God; what God gives and does not give to us in our suffering; and how our suffering can be a mystery and those closest to us can often create obsta…
 
In today's episode, Fr. Myles continues a three-part Advent series that looks at the Blessed Virgin Mary through the lens of three different works of Christian art. "Annunciation" by Scott Cairns Deep within the clay, and O my people very deep within the wholly earthen compound of our kind arrives of one clear, star-illumined evening a spark igniti…
 
In today's episode, Fr. Myles starts a three-part Advent series that looks at the Blessed Virgin Mary through the lens of three different works of Christian art. "Annunciation" by John Donne Salvation to all that will is nigh; That All, which always is all everywhere, Which cannot sin, and yet all sins must bear, Which cannot die, yet cannot choose…
 
On today's bonus episode, Fr. Wesley sits down with Dr. Hans Boersma, Professor of Ascetical Theology at Nashotah House Theological Seminary, for an in-depth conversation on the spiritual discipline of Lectio Divina. You can check out Dr. Boersma's website here. Some of the resources mentioned in the episode: Guigo II, Ladder of Monks and Twelve Me…
 
On today's episode, we end our season on Anglo-Catholic devotion by looking how we can incorporate Holy Scripture into our lives of prayer. Check out these resources we mention in the episode: The Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture Scripture as Real Presence by Hans Boersma "Memorization and Repentance" by Hans Boersma Bible Basics for Catho…
 
Many of us have read the book Our Thoughts Determine Our Lives by Elder Thaddeus which is packed with holy wisdom. However, our thoughts gives rise to our actions, and our actions in turn reflect our thoughts. We are held to account by God for both what we think and what we do. Join Michael as he discusses the relationship to thoughts and actions, …
 
Join Michael as he offers a reflection on how and why the liturgical life of the church should be lived continuously both inside and outside of the church walls, how Christ teaches and demonstrates this in the Gospel, and how we can sometimes make our liturgical worship a requirement instead of a means to draw closer to Christ and love others.…
 
Today's episode is a recording of a talk given to our Patreon supporters on November 5, 2020 by Jared Henderson, host of the Matins podcast. The talk is titled "The Words of God and the Words of Men: Reading in St. Augustine's Confessions." To participate in these kinds of events in the future, join our Communion of Patreon Saints for only $5 a mon…
 
On today's episodes, we discuss a rule of life and different Anglo-Catholic devotional books. Here are some resources we mentioned: Crafting a Rule of Life by Stephen A. Macchia The Anglican Breviary (also available online) The Monastic Diurnal/Monastic Breviary Matins You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reac…
 
On today's bonus episode, Fr. Wesley and Fr. Myles wish everyone a blessed All Souls' Day and briefly explain the devotional practice of prayers for the departed. These are some resources mentioned in the episode: Out Line of Christian Dogma by Darwell Stone The Guild of All Souls The Via Media Podcast Episode on Purgatory with Jerry Walls You can …
 
On today's episode, Fr. Wesley and Fr. Myles are joined by Fr. Robert Bader, SSC, to discuss the history, development, use, and theology of Anglican missals. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about conte…
 
Join Michael as he discusses what it really means “not to lose heart” according to Christ and St. Paul, examines the scriptures where these words are used, looks at their meaning in the original Greek, and why we actually have a responsibility to others not to lose heart.על ידי Michael Haldas and Ancient Faith Radio
 
On today's bonus episode, Fr. Myles reads Tract XV of Tracts for the Times. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentalists, check out our Facebook discussion group here. Be sure t…
 
On today's episode, we play the recording of Fr. Creighton McElveen's live presentation "Tantum Sacramentum: Eucharistic Adoration and Benediction in the Life of the Church," which was a Sacramentalists Patreon Zoom event held on October 7, 2020. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter …
 
On today's bonus episode, Fr. Wesley reads Tract XXIV of Tracts for the Times. You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. If you want to dive deeper and enjoy dialoguing with others about content on the Sacramentalists, check out our Facebook discussion group here. Be sur…
 
Join Michael as he discusses the danger of giving into the wrong desires, some of which seem benign but aren’t; the struggles we encounter on the journey from self-desire to self-denial; what authors such as Lewis, Tolkien, and others can teach us; and ways we can frame our thought to help us with this important struggle.…
 
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