In this fifth installment of our Anglican podcast about Scripture, Reason, and Tradition, we discuss the Gospel for the Fifth Sunday after Epiphany in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer, we debate the questions of Baptism and Eucharist in light of the Bishop of Liverpool’s questions, and we discuss Marian feasts and Marian spirituality in the light of Candlemas.
In this episode ouf our Anglican podcast on Scripure, Reason, and Tradition, we talk about the Gospel reading for the 4th Sunday after Epiphany; we offer a critique of the Diocese of Birmingham’s new framework called “People and Places”; and we talk about the Church of England’s very own saintly king, Charles I the King & Martyr.
In the third episode of the podcast we once again discuss Scripture, Reason, and Tradition. We talk about the Gospel reading for the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany in the Book of Common Prayer, we brood over Justin Welby’s comments on clergy converting to Roman Catholicism, discuss Anglican apologetics, and finally, offer the hottest hot takes on discernment and vocation.
The readings and collects for the 3rd Sunday after the Epiphany in the 1662 Book of Common Prayer are here
Pseudo-Origen’s comments on Matthew 8 can be found in the Catena Aurea
Dom Prosper Guéranger’s “Explanation of the Prayers and Ceremonies of Holy Mass” is available online for free here
In this very first episode (after some necessary introductions) Andrew Sabisky and Fr Endre Kormos discuss the Gospel for the First Sunday after the Epiphany in the Book of Common Prayer, followed by a discussion of the latest events around the Anglican Centre in Rome and issues related to belief in the Resurrection, and finally, the canonicity of icons and the role of truth, dogma and beauty in Christian art.