Good Friday – Encore Podcasts

Polish icon of the Crucifixion, 16th C.

My wife and I both are suffering from colds this last week.  In addition to coughing and sneezing, I sound like a sick bullfrog.  So there won’t be any new videos or podcasts this week.

I have taken this lull to delve into the AIC podcast and print archive.  I presented the entire text of In the Cross of Christ I Glory, which was a three-hour service commemorating Good Friday based upon the Seven Words plus music, in print form in Occasional Services for Anglican Worship, available from our Virtual Bookstore in both paperback and Kindle versions:

The complete URL is

The original version of the same service was offered in A.D. 2012 in podcast form in eight parts (Introduction plus Seven Words/Closing Remarks).  Here are the links to the A.D. 2012 episodes in the event that your local parish does not offer a daytime Good Friday service.  The printed version includes certain corrections of typographical erros and also more readings from the Eastern Church tradition, including comments by our Patron Saint John Chrysostom.

Listen to Part 1      Listen to Part 2    Listen to Part 3      Listen to Part 4

Listen to Part 5     Listen to Part 6     Listen to Part 7      Listen to Part 8


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Fr. Shibley retired from pulpit ministry at Epiphany A.D. 2014. Since then he has devoted his spare time to this online ministry producing videos, podcasts and books explaining traditional Christian theology and liturgy in layman's language with a minimum of technical or theological terms, and making them available either free or at reasonable cost.

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