Opening Podcast for Morning Prayer-Psalms version

The first Podcast Homily in our new series of homilies based on the Psalm reading for each Sunday or selected Feast Day is now linked from both the Welcome page and the Podcast Homilies for Morning Prayer pages. We’re having a technical difficulty that resulted from our name change earlier this year and are working with Podbean on a solution. If you get Podbean’s 404 Error message, please click on the suggested alternative: front page.

Image: Page from the Stuttgart Psalter, Cod. bibl. fol.23, Folio 62r, Wurttembergische Landesbibliothek, Stuttgart, Germany. circa 820 A.D.

The Psalm reading appointed for First Sunday in Advent is Psalm 50, a Psalm of David. I’ve attached an image related to Psalm 50 from the Stuttgart Psalter, produced in the Scriptorium at the Abbey of Saint-German des Pres, Paris, France, in 820 A.D. The Abbey enjoyed the personal patronage of the Holy Roman Emperor Charlemagne (or Charles Magnus, Charles the Great). Charlemagne was crowned as Holy Roman Emperor on Christmas Day, 800 A.D. At his side was his principal religious mentor, the Blessed Alcuin of York. He was the first Holy Roman Emperor in Europe since the sacking of Rome by the Vandals in the mid-5th C.

In association with this series of Podcast Homilies for Morning Prayer, the AIC Bookstore will publish a companion volume early in 2023 A.D. The present plan is for two volumes of about 225 pages each. Volume 1 will be focused on Psalm 1 to Psalm 75. It will contain a Preface and an Appendix with Bibliography and list of Sources of Illustrations. With each Psalm there will be an illustration from one of 23 historic sources from 820 A.D. to the 17th C..

Thank you for your interest in the AIC ministry. Glory be to God for all things! Amen!

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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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