O Sapientia (Wisdom) – December 18 AD 2014

SapientiaThe first of seven Antiphon episodes for the final days of Advent, O Sapientia, was published on You Tube and via podcast channels.  A new episode in the series will be posted daily through Christmas Eve.   The series features art, photography and icons plus a mini-homily, illustrating or explaining the key words and themes for each day.  The illustration is an old manuscript on the Latin word Sapientia, which means wisdom.    A podcast version of the sound track is also available from our Podcast site on Podbean: http://saintjohnc.podbean.com/mf/web/rycmui/OAntiphons-Sapientia.mp3

Later today or tomorrow I will post a podcast homily for Fourth Sunday in Advent, which will be linked from the new Podcast Homilies page at our Web site.  The subject is The First Gift of Christmas.

Both the Great “O” Antiphons and Reflections on the Twelve Days of Christmas are advertised this year for the first time on David Virtue’s VirtueOnline web site.  I am hoping this will lead to a wider distribution of these programs.

I am also working on a new advertising campaign to be launched in January.  Here’s a sample graphic.

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Thanks so much for your support, encouragement and contributions.  Without a local parish, this Internet ministry remains available owing to public contributions and purchases of our books.  Please consider a paperback or Kindle version of any of our nine publications:  They are available through my Author page at Amazon.

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Fr. Shibley is a retired Anglican clergyman who produces unique videos, podcasts and books explaining traditional Christian theology from an Anglican perspective. All materials are in layman's language with a minimum of technical or theological terms. All are available either free or at reasonable cost. The AIC Bookstore now includes 17 publications.

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