My Podcast Homily for the Twenty-third Sunday After Trinity was uploaded to the AIC’s Podbean channel this morning. The readings are Philippians 3:17-21 and Matthew 22:15-22. I augmented the commentary on the Gospel reading with references to Isaiah 64:8 and Psalm 138:4, 5. The first closing prayer was a catena of my own based on Psalm 145:2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10, 13 and 1 (in that order). There are only two more Sundays in the Church Calendar (Trinity 24 and Sunday Next Before Advent). I’ve already recorded both but not uploaded them to the AIC web site. Listen to the Trinity 23 Podcast
This week’s activity included more work on the revised, permanent versions of The Great “O” Antiphons and The Twelve Days of Christmas. Both are being revised in both style and content, cleaning up the design for the sake of simplicity. There are new graphic logos for each program, which no longer include a time reference. Programs will be linked from a revised Digital Library page at the AIC Web Site.
The Christmas season production has a new, shorter name, cleaner design and revised content for the Eleventh Day of Christmas: Glorying God: In Life, Liturgy & Sacrament. The AIC has purchased royalty-free music for each of the twelve days. I have integrated some of the slides from the Revelation videos into the series, based on the illustrations from the Bamberg Apocalypse. In come cases, I have extracted detail from the illustrations.
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Glory be to God for all things! Amen!