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  1. History According to Bob: History of All Saints Day

    http://www.summahistorica.com/podcast-archive.htm

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  2. Two Edge Talk: Bring Your Gifts to the Altar

    In the Catholic Mass (we refer to our worship services as the "Mass"), we prepare for Communion by bringing the bread and wine forward to God, and offering prayers and song in preparation for the consecration of the gifts into the bread and body of Christ.

    Pop quiz! Catholics: where were your minds the last time the offertory gifts were brought forward to the altar? Wondering if you had enough milk for lunch? Wondering how Betty lost all that weight? Perhaps reflecting on our humble human gathering and offering to God, with a prayer that He accept these gifts, sanctify them, change them into the Body and Blood of his Son, and give us in return the grace of Communion?

    This week Cyndi and Deacon Tim give you some food for thought about the real meaning of the Offertory in the Catholic Mass. (http://www.twoedgetalk.com/)

    Podcast highlight for Episode 96 of Forgotten Classics.

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  3. pray-as-you-go: October 16

    Daily prayer for your mp3 player. (http://www.pray-as-you-go.org/)

    Podcast highlight for Episode 96 of Forgotten Classics.

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  4. Two Edge Talk: Catholics and the Bible- where did that teaching come from?

    Deacon Tim and Cyndi like to talk about how to live an ancient faith in a modern world. Especially good for people who want to know more about Catholicism. (http://www.twoedgetalk.com/two_edge_talk/)

    Linked to in episode 37 of Forgotten Classics.

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  5. Pray as you go: June 12

    Daily prayer. This podcast is usually about 10 minutes. It begins with music (they use quite a variety from Lady Blacksmith Mogambo to French monks to contemporary worship style), then read from the scripture for the day. They give time for contemplation of this scripture with a series of gently asked questions that invite us to think about it in ways we might not otherwise. (http://www.pray-as-you-go.org/index.htm)

    Linked to in episode 37 of Forgotten Classics.

    —Huffduffed by JulieD