All seven episodes in my revised and, hopefully, improved Podcast Homilies for Lent are now online. Previously, there was no Podcast Homily just for Ash Wednesday. In this version Ash Wednesday, St. Gregory the Great’s gift to the world in 601 A.D., has its own Podcast Homily. This leaves the Podcast Homilies for Easter, Ascension, Pentecost/Whitsunday, and Trinity remaining to be recorded later in the Spring. You can listen to any episode using the links on the Podcast Homilies page.
In my remarks for Palm Sunday I offer a combined reading based upon all the Gospel accounts of Palm Sunday. Among the images I used in the companion Seasonal Video video series for Lent, Episode Three, I used the image below.
Meanwhile, I continue making excellent progress on the revised versions of our Bible Study Video series, The New Testament: Gospels. Scripts are written and slides prepared for the first eleven episodes, taking the series through the Gospels of St. Matthew and St. Mark. I recorded and edited Episode One earlier this week and hope to have it available online next week. Episode One is focused on the New Testament’s history and a lot of background information about how it was developed, when and by whom. I hope viewers will be pleased with the illustrations I chose for the episode, including an illuminated cover from the Book of Kells, circa 800 A.D., and a text page with the words from John 1:1 painted in the last Qtr of the 9th C-1st Qtr of the 10th C. and used in English Coronations for generations afteward.
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