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DeaconLive is a weekly social media news podcast all within a 60-minute show. Some material may be NSFW! DeaconLive is a syndicated radio show, a multi-platform live stream and a podcast. The show broadcasts every Wednesday at 2pm EST . You can listen to the show on any of the great podcasting platforms. You can watch on YouTube, Facebook or Tik Tok.
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St. Philip The Deacon

St. Philip The Deacon

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St. Philip the Deacon is a church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) located in Plymouth, Minnesota, a western suburb of Minneapolis. Our mission is to “Reach Out. Proclaim. Inspire.” We invite you to join us as partners in the Gospel, carrying out the work God has called each of us to do in God's world. God bless you. Includes sermons from our Sunday morning 9:45 worship services.
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The Reformed Deacon

a Podcast from the OPC Committee on Diaconal Ministries

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The Reformed Deacon is an interview and discussion podcast created by the Orthodox Presbyterian Church Committee on Diaconal Ministries. The Reformed Deacon exists to strengthen and encourage the brotherhood of reformed deacons in their God-given role of serving the local church. We hope you'll find this podcast to be helpful to you as you serve the Lord in your church. For more information about the OPC Committee on Diaconal Ministries, go to our website: OPCCDM.org.
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PERMANENT DEACON TALKING with Deacon Tom Simms ~ is a compilation spirituality, prayer and worship kind of Podcast.I have no original ideas or new thoughts but I act as a 'Good News Salvage Hunter'. I scour old books and the world wide web for items to restore, refurbish and retell through these homily pods. It started with inspiration from Fr Dan Crosby OFM.Cap ,Fr Dan Goergen O.P.,Ph.D and music created by Mike Anderson. The Homily Pods are based on the Sunday Mass readings. Their purpose ...
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A Methodist Deacon just trying to make the church a less confusing place through podcasting, tweeting, meme use and generally making lots of pop culture references. You can find me or message me by following any of these links deaconjon.blogspot.com/ or www.facebook.com/EglwysHebMuriau/ or even twitter.com/Jon_the_Deacon
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"Speaking with Deacons" provides inspiration and insight for those who are ordained to, in formation for, or just curious about the permanent diaconate in the Catholic Church. In each episode, Dcn. Bob Rice talks with other deacons to learn more about what it means to model our lives after Jesus, the one who "came not to be served but to serve."
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Welcome to the Sharp Business Growth podcast, where host Deacon Bradley shares his expertise in creating profitable, scalable growth with less stress for small business owners and leaders. This thoughtful and informative show delves into the core topics that propel businesses forward, such as online growth, marketing, hiring, management, leadership, and building high-performance teams.Each episode features in-depth conversations taking you behind the scenes with accomplished entrepreneurs an ...
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On April 25, as our church celebrates the Feast of Mark, Evangelist, a reading from the treaties Against Heresies by Saint Irenaeus, bishop. Saint Mark, a cousin of Barnabas, accompanied Saint Paul on his first missionary, journey and later went with him to Rome. He was a disciple of Saint Peter whose teaching was the basis for Mark‘s gospel. Mark …
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In this episode, the deacons have a wonderful conversation with Paulist Deacon Chris Lawton and Paulist Deacon Dan Macalinao. They are both Paulist seminarians and transitional deacons who are slated to be ordained priests on May 18, 2024. Deacon Chris and Deacon Dan both met the Paulist Fathers when they were parishioners at the Church of St. Paul…
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We should honestly ask ourselves, what is the principal thing that is giving direction to my life? Whatever that is, that is your shepherd. That is your god. And if it is anything other than God our Creator, who has revealed himself to us in Christ Jesus the Good Shepherd, you have to wonder where is that false shepherd leading you? And is that rea…
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World Day of prayer for Vocations to religious life, and Priesthood. PRAY Acts 4:8-12 CCC597,756,432,452,1507 No other name to be saved than JESUS Psalm 118 We killed Jesus, all of humanity with our sins NOT Gods wrath as the protestant's teach. CCC587,756,559, Blessed is he who comes in the Name of the Lord. 1 John 3:1-2 CCC1692,163,1023,1161,1720…
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The Good Shepherd. Easter Week 4 Year B Acts 14:8-12 John 10:11-18 1John 3;1-2 In 1995 Biologist Joe Hutte was mother to the strangest family in the world, thirteen endangered wild turkeys that he raised from eggs to to the day they left home. "The stone which the builders rejected has become the corner stone." © Mike Anderson 2004, 2009. Based on …
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In this episode elder Mike Cloy from Landis OPC in Marion, North Carolina and elder Seth Long from Neon Reformed OPC describe what it was like on the ground the days after the devastating flood hit Neon, Kentucky and the surrounding counties in July of 2022. Neon Reformed, a struggling mission work of the OPC, sits in an region known for extreme po…
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On Wednesday of the Fourth Week of Easter, a reading from the treatise On the Trinity by Saint Hilary, bishop. Saint Hilary was a fourth century bishop of Poitiers, France and a Doctor of the Church. His name comes from the Latin word for happy or cheerful. Saint Hilary is best known as the leading opponent of Arianism during his time. Arianism was…
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On Tuesday of the Fourth Week of Easter, a reading by Saint Peter Chrysologus, bishop. Saint Peter was a fourth century Bishop of Ravenna, Italy. He was a Doctor of the Church, which means “of golden words “. He is known as the “Doctor of Homilies” for the concise but theologically rich reflections he delivered during his time.…
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On the Fourth Sunday of Easter, a reading from a homily on the Gospels by Saint Gregory the Great, pope. Saint Gregory was the pope from 590 to 604, a reformer and excellent administrator, “founder” of the medieval papacy which exercised both secular and spiritual power. His papacy is considered one of the most consequential in history. His title “…
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On Monday of the Fifth Week of Easter, a reading from a sermon by Saint Gregory of Nyssa, bishop. Saint Gregory of Nyssa was a fourth century archbishop of Constantinople and theologian. He is numbered among the Doctors of the Church . He was a contemporary and close friend of Saint Basil the Great. Saint Gregory is widely considered the most accom…
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On Saturday of the Third Week of Easter, a reading from a commentary on the gospel of John by Saint Cyril of Alexandria, bishop. Saint Cyril was the Patriarch of Alexandria from 412 to 444. He was enthroned when the city was at the height of its influence and power within the Roman Empire. Saint Cyril wrote extensively and was a major player in the…
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On Friday of the Third Week of Easter, a reading from a sermon by Saint Ephrem, deacon. Saint Ephrem, also known as Ephrem of Syria, was born around the year 306 in the city of Nisibis (modern day Nusaybin, Turkey). In those days religious culture in the region, included polytheism, Judaism, and several varieties of early Christianity. Saint Ephrai…
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On Thursday of the Third Week of Easter, a reading from the treatise Against Heresies by Saint Irenaeus, bishop. Saint Irenaeus was a late second century Greek bishop noted for his role in guiding and expanding Christian communities in the southern regions of present-day France and, more widely, for the development of Christian theology. Saint Iren…
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On Wednesday of the Third Week of Easter, a reading from the first apology in defense of the Christians by Saint Justin, martyr. Saint Justin, known posthumously as Justin Martyr was a theologian, apologist, and martyr in the second century. He was born around A.D. 90–100 into a Greek family, in the city known today as Nablus near the ancient bibli…
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On Tuesday of the Third Week of Easter, a reading from a sermon by Saint Augustine, bishop. Saint Augustine was a late fourth century, theologian and philosopher, and Bishop of Hippo, Roman North Africa. He is also a preeminent Catholic Doctor of the Church. His writings influenced the development of western philosophy and western Christianity, and…
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On Monday of the Third Week of Easter, a reading from the commentary on the first letter of Peter, by Saint Bede the Venerable, priest. Saint Bede was an eighth century English monk and an author and scholar. Saint Bede is one of the few saints honored as such during his lifetime. His writings were filled with such faith and learning that, even whi…
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On the Third Sunday of Easter, a reading from the first apology in defense of the Christians by Saint Justin, martyr. Saint Justin, known posthumously as Justin Martyr was a theologian, apologist, and martyr in the second century. He was born around A.D. 90–100 into a Greek family, in the city known today as Nablus near the ancient biblical city of…
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On Saturday of the Second Week of Easter, a reading from the constitution on the Sacred Liturgy of the Second Vatican Council. The “Constitution on the Sacred Liturgy” establishes the principle of greater participation by the laity in the celebration of mass and authorizes significant changes in the texts, forms, and language used in the celebratio…
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Acts 3:13-15, 17-19 read 16 left out God only knows why Rome wont respond. CCC597,438,601,612,626,632,635,591,600 Forgive as Jesus did from the Cross. Psalm 4: 2,4, 7-9 I fall asleep peacefully. 1 John 2: 1-5 CCC519,692,2634,605,606 Jesus intercedes for us, He is our Con-soler Luke 24:35-48 CCC641,645,644,999,652,112,572,601,702,2625,2763,108,627,7…
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Lift up the light of your face on us, O Lord © Mike Anderson 2009. Based on Psalm 4 © The Grail England "Christ Is Arisen" is an English translation of Victimae Paschali Laudes, the traditional Easter Sequence. Sung in SATB starting in verse 2, this piece sings of Christ’s resurrection on Easter morning. Recorded live by the Sunday 7pm Choir at St.…
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On Friday of the Second Week of Easter, a reading from a sermon by Saint Theodore the Studite. Saint Theodore of Studite, was an eight century Byzantine Greek monk and abbot of the Stoudios Monastery in Constantinople. He played a major role in the revivals both of Byzantine monasticism and of classical literary genres in Byzantium. Saint Theodore …
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On Thursday of the Second Week of Easter, a reading by Saint Gaudentius of Brescia, bishop. Saint Gaudentius was Bishop of Brescia, in northern Italy, from 387 until 410, and was a theologian and author of many letters and sermons. Saint Gaudentius was consecrated by Saint Ambrose in 387. A record of the discourse given by Gaudentius on the occasio…
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On Wednesday of the Second Week of Easter, a reading by Saint Leo the Great, pope. Saint Leo became pope in the year 440. Saint Leo was a Roman aristocrat, and was the first pope to have been called “the Great”. Saint Leo is known as one of the best administrative popes of the ancient Church . SAit Leo's work branched into many areas of the church,…
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On Tuesday of the Second Week of Easter, a reading from a book addressed to Monimus by Saint Fulgentius of Ruspe, bishop. Saint Fulgentius was a follower of Saint Augustine‘s ideal of life and a student of Saint Augustine’s theological teachings. Saint Fulgentius was a north African Christian prelate who served as Bishop of Ruspe and was a theologi…
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The deacons speak with Heidi Schlumpf, senior correspondent at National Catholic Reporter, about trends in the Church, Catholic publishing, and more. This is a rebroadcast of an episode from October, 2022. ABOUT THE SHOW: Deacons Pod is a podcast for everyone. But, it’s especially created to inspire and give hope to people on the “threshold of fait…
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On the Solemnity of the Annuciation, a reading by Saint Leo the Great, pope. Saint Leo became pope in the year 440. Saint Leo was a Roman aristocrat, and was the first pope to have been called “the Great”. Saint Leo is known as one of the best administrative popes of the ancient Church . His work branched into many areas of the church, indicative o…
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On Monday of the second week of Easter, a reading from an ancient Easter homily by Pseudo-Chrysostom. Pseudo-Chrysostom is the designation used for the anonymous authors of text falsely or erroneously attributed to Saint John Chrysostom. Saint John Chrysostom was an important, fourth century, Early Church Father who served as Archbishop of Constant…
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On Sunday within the Octave of Easter, a reading from a sermon by Saint Augustine, bishop. Saint Augustine was a late fourth century, theologian and philosopher and Bishop of Hippo, Roman North Africa. he is also a preeminent Catholic Doctor of the Church. His writings influenced the development of western philosophy and western Christianity, and h…
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Easter Week 2 - Year B - Thomas Acts 4:32-35 1 John 5:1-6 Gospel John 20:19-31 Thomas, the faithful servant and disciple of Christ, Filled with divine grace, cried out from the depth of his love: You are my Lord and my God! Give thanks to the Lord © Mike Anderson 2004 Based on Psalm 117(118) © The Grail, England Song of a young prophet - Damian Lun…
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On Saturday within the Octave of Easter, a reading from the Jerusalem Catecheses. The Jerusalem Catecheses is a series of 18 lectures preliminary to baptism by Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, the grandfather of catechisms, written about the year 350. It was Saint Cyril who fostered the development of Jerusalem as the “holy city“, a pilgrimage center for …
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Acts 4:32-35 CCC952,2790,995 Be a witness for Christ Jesus and yourself. Psalm 118 CCC1808,587,756 Fortitude a virtue to conquer fear, even fear of death. 1 john 5:1-6 CCC2780,2790 We can invoke God as Father because he has revealed his Son to us thru the Spirit. We believe in Christ Jesus the only son of God. We are reborn, by Water and the Spirit…
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On Friday within the Octave of Easter, a reading from the Jerusalem Catecheses. The Jerusalem Catecheses is a series of 18 lectures preliminary to baptism by Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, the grandfather of catechisms, written about the year 350. It was Saint Cyril who fostered the development of Jerusalem as the “holy city“, a pilgrimage center for al…
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On Thursday within the Octave of Easter, a reading from the Jerusalem Catecheses. The Jerusalem Catecheses is a series of 18 lectures preliminary to baptism by Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, the grandfather of catechisms, written about the year 350. It was Saint Cyril who fostered the development of Jerusalem as the “holy city“, a pilgrimage center for …
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On Wednesday within the Octave of Easter, a reading from an ancient author (unknown). Some scholars believe that this homily was composed by Saint Melito, bishop of Sardis, who died around 180 A.D., because it is similar to Saint Melito’s renowned “Homily on the Passover.” But in fact, we don’t know who the author is.…
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On Tuesday within the Octave of Easter, a reading by Saint Anastasius of Antioch. Saint Anastasius was the patriarch of Antioch twice. The church of Antioch is held to be the first church of Christianity and is said to have been established on February 22nd of the year 37. Antioch was then the capital of the east and where the faith so clearly took…
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