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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. Contact us: mail@theref ...
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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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Today in the breviary , on Monday of the Eighth Week in Ordinary Time, our church invites us to reflect on a Scripture passage from the book of Job (2: 1-13) entitled “Job in his afflictions is visited by friends”. The Book of Job addresses theodicy (why God permits evil in the world) through the experiences of a protagonist. Job is a wealthy and G…
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God is Love, God made everything, We are part of this Holy Family, Always Pray. Dt. 4:32-34 read 35-38 left out 39-40 CCC218 God is Love Psalm 33 CCC292,703 God made everything including You. Romans 8:14-17 CCC1996 Grace, CCC259,693,1831,257,1303,1972,2777,2639,1265,1460 We dare to say and pray Our Father, We are Children of God we have the Spirit …
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What did you think? Text us! In this episode, Tim Hopper, a deacon at Shiloh OPC in Raleigh, North Carolina, chairman of the Presbytery of the Southeast Diaconal Committee and a member of the OPC Committee on Diaconal Ministries reminds us that being a deacon doesn't stand on its own, but serves as part of Christ's church. Tim says it's good that w…
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Today in the breviary , on the Solemnity of Trinity Sunday, our church invites us to reflect on the first letter of the apostle Pasul to the Corinthians (2:1-16) entitled “The great mystery of God’s will”. In his first letter to the Corinthians Paul warns against divisions within the Church and emphasizes the importance of unity among Church member…
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Today in the breviary, on Saturday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time, our church invites us to reflect on a Scripture passage from the book of Ecclesiastes (11:7-12:14) entitled “Thoughts on old age”. Our treasure, found in the second reading, is from a commentary on Ecclesiastes by Saint Gregory of Agrigentum, bishop. The book of Ecclesiastes c…
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Today in the breviary , on Friday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time, our church invites us to reflect on a Scripture passage from the book of Ecclesiastes (6:12-7:28) entitled “The consolation of the wise man”. Our treasure, found in the second reading, is from a commentary on Ecclesiastes by Saint Gregory of Agrigentum, bishop. The book of Eccl…
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Today in the breviary , on Thursday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary time, our Church invites us to reflect on a Scripture passage from the book of Ecclesiastes (6:12-7:28) entitled "Be not overwise". Our treasure, from the second reading, is from an instruction by Saint Columban, abbot. The Book of Ecclesiastes comprises an extended reflective essa…
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Plane accident kills again - Cali workers now want $30 an hour - Have you seen the white and orange lines while driving? - The Lost Wallet Story - Always get a second opinion - Another TIK TOK viral video - STFU and so much more!! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/deaconlivepodcast/message…
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On Wednesday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time, a reading from a commentary on Ecclesiastes by Saint Jerome, priest. The Hebrew name of this book and of its author, Qoheleth, is actually a title, and it perhaps means “assembler” (of students, listeners) or “collector” (of wisdom sayings). The book’s more common name, Ecclesiastes, is an approxim…
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On Tuesday of the Seventh Week in Ordinary Time, a reading from a homily on Ecclesiastes by Saint Gregory of Nyssa, bishop. The Hebrew name of this book and of its author, Qoheleth, is actually a title, and it perhaps means “assembler” (of students, listeners) or “collector” (of wisdom sayings). The book’s more common name, Ecclesiastes, is an appr…
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Helen Osman, a longtime leader in faith-based communications, joins us for a conversation about providing hope for the Catholics at the threshold of the Church door; trends in Church media; and more. Helen is president of SIGNIS, the international association for Catholic communicators. A resident of Austin, TX, she also serves as a consultant to t…
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Today, May 20, as our Church celebrates the memorial of Mary, the Mother of the Church, a reading from a sermon by Saint Aelred, abbot. The theological roots of this title (Mary, Mother of the Church) go back to the early Church. The fathers of the church, holy and studious bishops of the first centuries, often spoke of Mary as the new Eve. Just as…
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Today, as our Church celebrates the Solemnity of Pentecost, a reading from the treatise Against Heresies by Saint Irenaeus, bishop. The Solemnity of Pentecost is a Christian celebration which takes place on the 50th day (when inclusive counting is used) after Easter Sunday. It commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon Mary, Mother of Jesus a…
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Acts 2:1-11 The disciples are filled with the Holy Spirit. CCC1287,696 Psalm 104 1,24,29-34 Mystery of Creation God creates By: Wisdom & Love CCC295,292,703 The Word of God and his Breath are the origin of being and Life of every living creature. Gal 5:16-25 19 teachings, Prayer is vital necessity CCC2744,2819,2515,1470,1852,2113,736,1832,1108,1695…
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YEAR B PENTECOST 19/5/24 Acts 2:1-11; Cor 12:3-712-13; Gospel John 20:19-23 On the feast of St Matthias on Tuesday, we read in the gospel, how the Apostles were commissioned by Jesus to go out to the whole world and bear fruit. Send forth your Spirit, O Lord © Mike Anderson 2001 Based on Psalm 103(104) © The Grail England, and used with permission.…
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On Friday of the Seventh 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 n…
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On Thursday of the Seventh Week of Easter, a reading from a commentary on the gospel of John by Saint Cyril of Alexandria, bishop. The Gospel according to John is quite different in character from the three synoptic gospels. It is highly literary and symbolic. It does not follow the same order or reproduce the same stories as the synoptic gospels. …
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On Wednesday of the Seventh Week of Easter, a reading from the dogmatic constitution on the Church of the Second Vatican Council. Lumen Gentium, or Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, is a document written by Pope Paul VI that was first published in 1965. The document's purpose is to clarify the church's nature and mission, and to help the human r…
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Today, May 14, as our church celebrates the Feast of Matthias, Apostle, a reading from a homily on the Acts of the Apostles by Saint John Chrysostom, bishop. Matthias was, according to the Acts of the Apostles, chosen by God through the apostles to replace Judas Iscariot following the latter's betrayal of Jesus and his subsequent death. His calling…
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Today, May 13, as our Church celebrates the Memorial of Our Lady of Fatima, a reading from the dogmatic constitution on the Church of the Second Vatican Council. Our Lady of Fátima is a Catholic title of Mary, Mother of Jesus, based on the Marian apparitions reported in 1917 by three shepherd children at the Cova da Iria in Fátima, Portugal. The th…
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On the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord, 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 Christiani…
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7th Sunday of Easter (Year B) The Lord has set his sway in heaven. © Mike Anderson 2002 Based on Psalm 102(103) THE New Testament - THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO JOHN PART 2 ( Excerpt Ch 17: 11-19). revised English Version Reader - Tony Britton, Abridger -Penny Leicester ©BBC Enterprises Sing and shout for joy. Based on Isaiah 12 © Mike Anderson 2004 Dea…
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On Saturday of the Sixth Week of Easter, a reading from a homily on the Song of Songs by Saint Gregory of Nyssa, bishop. The Song of Songs is a poem—or, rather, a collection of poems—attributed to Solomon, but probably actually dating from some time after the end of the Babylonian exile (538 BC). It is a dramatic poem, in which different voices are…
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Get ready this may happen to you... Acts 1:1-11 CCC515,659,474,673,672,730,735,857,1289,697,333,665 Jesus is taken up to Heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father. "ONLY God knows" Psalm 47: 2-3, 6-9 no Catechism references. Speaks to the Heart. God KNOWS all. Eph 1: 17-23 CCC158,272,648,668,830,669,753,2045 We are members of the Body of…
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On Friday of the Sixth Week of Easter, 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 he is view…
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On Thursday of the Sixth Week of Easter, a reading from a sermon 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 ch…
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On Wednesday of the Sixth Week of Easter, a reading from a sermon 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 ch…
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On Tuesday of the Sixth Week of Easter, a reading from a commentary on the gospel of John by Saint Cyril of Alexandria, bishop. The Gospel according to John is quite different in character from the three synoptic gospels. It is highly literary and symbolic. It does not follow the same order or reproduce the same stories as the synoptic gospels. To …
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In this special episode, we compile responses from our several of our pod guests to our regular question: "What words of hope would you give to Catholics at the threshold of the Church door, both those who are thinking about returning to Church and those who are thinking about leaving?" ABOUT THE SHOW: Deacons Pod is a podcast for everyone. But, it…
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In this short gospel passage, Jesus uses the word “command” or “commandment” five times and the word “love” nine times. For most of us, these two things don’t go together. We have very different reactions when we hear those words. When someone starts talking about “commands” we tense up. We don’t like being told what to do. We think of commands as …
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On Monday of the Sixth week of Easter, a reading from a treatise On the Trinity by Didymus of Alexandria. On the Trinity is a Latin book written by St. Augustine of Hippo to discuss the Trinity in the context of the Logos (the Word Of God). Didymus the Blind was a fourth century Christian theologian in the church of Alexandria where he taught for a…
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On Sunday of the Sixth Week of Easter, a reading from the commentary on the second letter to the Corinthians by Saint Cyril of Alexandria, bishop. The Second Letter to the Corithians is the most personal of all of Paul's extant writings, and it reveals much about his character. in it he deals with one or more crisis that have arisen in the Corinthi…
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On Saturday of the Fifth Week of Easter, a reading on the psalms 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, an…
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Acts 10:25-26,34-35,44-48 Read it all 26-48 low wisdom of the church. CCC761,1226, ALL should be baptized YES even babies read Whole Families came into the Church. Psalm 98 : 1-4 God has revealed his saving power "Jesus" pure Love 1 John 4: 7-10 " God is LOVE " CCC214,221,1604,458,516,457,604,614,620,1428 He who IS Truth and Love. This is my Son li…
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Philip was born in Bethsaida in Galilee and was one of the 12 Apostles that Jesus called. Immediately, Philip began to convert others, finding his friend Nathaniel and telling him that Jesus was the one whom Moses and the other prophets had foretold. James the Lesser is called “Lesser” because he was younger than the other Apostle by the same name,…
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On May 2 as our Church celebrates the Memorial of Saint Athanasius, a reading from a discourse by Saint Athanasius, bishop. Saint Athanasius was born at Alexandria in 295. He accompanied Alexander to the Council of Nicaea and succeeded him as Bishop of Alexandria. He fought courageously against the Arian heresy. The Arian heresy taught that Jesus w…
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