Worth taking a look at what the people at Catechesis Books is putting together. I perused their Amazon pages to see what is available in the quick look and so far I am liking what I am seeing.
The Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd – Pelham, AL podcast wraps up its series on reading through the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion by concluding with Articles 35-39 and ending the series by reading the Preface attached by order of King Charles I. Please remember to like and subscribe to the podcast to increase its exposure.
We are approaching the end of our read-through of the 39 Articles of Religion. Please remember to rate and subscribe to the podcast so others can find it better.
Good news, the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd – Pelham podcast has dropped its second episode in the series of reading through the Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion. This newest episode picks up at Article 6 and finishes with Article 10. As promised, this is a read through that is akin to an audio book but there is a small discussion demonstrating the difference between the U.S. version of Article 8 from how Article 8 was originally drafted.
Importantly, (finally!) the podcast is available on iTunes. Please remember to subscribe and rate the podcast and if iTunes is not your cup of tea then take a look at the parish website for a full list of apps that are distributing the podcast.
As the new Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd – Pelham, AL podcast is added to more apps, please check the website to see where you can download. We are still hoping it will be available on iTunes soon but it is currently available on seven different apps: https://www.goodshepherdacna.com/podcast.
Also, we recorded the First Office of Instruction from the 2003 REC Book of Common Prayer as a service and plan on doing the Second Office soon. The REC BCP version is spot on with the 1928 BCP except for a few very minor additions, namely breaking up the Ten Commandments into more questions. The responses remain the same. We hope to record more parts of the classic prayer book, especially the 1662 Catechism and the 1928 American Family Prayer Offices to assist families with their devotional life.
Another Miserable Offenders podcast dropped and it is entitled “Monks with Benefits” due to yours truly mentioning in the pre-recording prep that The Benedict Option or #BenOp seems to be calling Christian families into a form of monasticism. And well, since we’re married, perhaps that makes us monks with benefits? I digress…