Monthly Archives: October 2010

Friday Frivolity: Catholic Simpsons

The relationship between “The Simpsons” and religion has always been a rather interesting one.  There was a bit of a hoopla in the press and blogsophere recently when an article in the Vatican newsletter, L’Osservatore Romano, had the headline “Homer and … Continue reading

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Bible in a minute

I know I missed the Friday Frivolity last week, so I thought I’d provide a belated post: The Bible In A Minute:

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iPatristrics

Previously I had posted the feed for my recordings of the letters of St. Ignatius of Antioch.  However, it just got even easier!  It is now possible to find that feed through Apple’s iTunes Store 🙂 You can either search … Continue reading

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Beginning Ignatius’ letter to Polycarp

Well, we’re finally here!  The last letter of St. Ignatius of Antioch!  I’m posting this a bit earlier than usual because the next couple of weeks are going to be rather busy. Each of the Ignatius’ letters are special for … Continue reading

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Set Up iTunes Feed…

It’s probably worth mentioning that I’ve created an RSS feed to allow people to subscribe to the St. Ignatius podcasts in iTunes: If you have problems with this, or don’t use iTunes, simply point your media player software towards: http://www.trycatch.net/audio/ignatius/IgnatiusOfAntioch.rss

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Beginning Ignatius’ letter to the Smyrnaeans

The final two letters of St. Ignatius which we read are both sent to the city of Smyrna.  The first letter is sent to the Church as a whole, the second specifically to their bishop, Polycarp. This first letter is … Continue reading

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My Confirmation Prayer

The Scripture which will be proclaimed at Mass in the upcoming weeks looks at the subject of prayer. The other day, whilst surfing the Internet, I came across the prayer which I used during my time of preparation prior to … Continue reading

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