I’ve now uploaded the first four Podcast Homilies in the revised series for Church Year 2018-2019 for Whitsunday and Trinity season. These four, including Whitsunday, Trinity Sunday, First Sunday after Trinity and Second Sunday after Trinity, are linked from the Podcast Homilies page, with episodes listed in order according to the Church Calendar. I anticipate recording the next four, Third Sunday after Trinity through Sixth Sunday after Trinity early next week. The simple reason for the stretched-out schedule is that four episodes are all I can do without stress on either or both my voice and my back! After four I begin to sound like a croaking frog – and we don’t want that!
In my search for images for the video series for Trinity Season I used a few Western Church images which violate the ancient early Church prohibition (still followed in the Eastern Church) against images of the God the Father. Andrei Rublev avoided the problem by using the three figures who visited Abraham. In later research I found something appealing from the English Church tradition, from an early 13th C. Psalter made near Oxford before 1220 A.D. The image of God the Father and God the Son are mirror likenesses inside a capital letter “O.”
As always, thank you for your continued interest and support. May God bless you in all that you do in His Name. Amen! Glory be to God for all things! Amen!