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Life moves quickly. Contemplative Tuesday Podcast invites you to slow down, take a deep breath, and join in a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Together, we’ll allow the Holy Spirit to form us and transform us, as we are attentive to the beauty and power of God’s Word, and as we use the practice of imagination to bring the unseen Kingdom of God into view.
 
Music and religion have been intertwined for as long as humanity has been singing. Music is often a vehicle for our religious experiences, to be performed both in secular and sacred environments. "The Composer as Contemplative" Podcast exists at this point of intersection, meditating both on the role of music in the spiritual and liturgical life, and about the role of faith in the musical life. From discussions of contemporary music to musings on the interior life, and everything in between, ...
 
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Servol is an organization of weak, frail, ordinary, imperfect yet hope-filled and committed people seeking to help weak, frail, ordinary, hope-drained people become agents of attitudinal and social change in a journey which leads to total human development. Servol was born out of the challenges of the country’s Black Power Revolution of 1970 in whi…
 
This is talk one of Sources of Wisdom, an online retreat on essential teaching of meditation provided by The School of Meditation. The time of self-isolating and social distance that we are currently experiencing is a kind of extended Lent: a voluntary restriction which reminds us of the limited control we have in reality – at any time – over the c…
 
Australian researcher and academic, professor Anne Graham worked as a professor of childhood studies, leading research at a centre for children and young people. Anne Graham is Professor of Childhood Studies and Founding Director of the Centre for Children and Young People at Southern Cross University. A primary school teacher and sociologist by ba…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Scripture references from the New International Version Biblical text. Context informed by Michael J. …
 
Born on a farm in Alberta, Canada, Jack Murta entered politics young. Driven by a large dose of ambition, he was also guided by his faith and easy connection with ordinary people. After a successful career in Ottawa, he became involved in caring for the homeless of Ottawa while also nurturing the spiritual aspect of the lives of many politicians. A…
 
Bless the Lord My Soul Excerpts from Psalm 102 (103):1-4,24-25,27-30 Music composed by Michelle Sambrano, performed by Color. © 2019 Color. All Rights Reserved https://colorbb.org Excerpts from the English translation of The Roman Missal © 2010, International Commission on English in the Liturgy Corporation. All rights reserved. Like our style of m…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Scripture references from the New International Version Biblical text. Context informed by: Bruce Miln…
 
Born in Canada, when she qualified as a medical doctor, Julia worked in North America, South Africa and other developing countries. She was struck by the embedded inequality in the developed world where she found people suffering conditions of life and neglect on par with those in the poorest parts of the word. This led her to work for the UN on HI…
 
With Episode 24, Season 1 of "The Composer as Contemplative" is in the books! What a season it has been! We’ve covered quite a lot of ground, touching on everything from Barry Manilow and the "Copacabana" in Episode 1, to The Cure in Episode 2, Taylor Swift in Episode 9, and Depeche Mode in Episode 11. We looked at a new work that I’d written in Ep…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Scripture references from the New International Version Biblical text. Context informed by: Bruce Miln…
 
Our five-part series on the Ordinary of the Mass concludes with an in-depth look at the "Agnus Dei," or the "Lamb of God." The text both draws upon the other texts of the Ordinary and on the Scriptural image of Christ as Lamb, most prolifically placed throughout the Book of Revelation. Believe it or not, this liturgical year is drawing to a close, …
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Scripture references from the New International Version Biblical text.…
 
The "Sanctus," with a text joining the Old and New Testaments (Isaiah 6:3 and John 12:13), is a beautiful and jubilant reminder of the heavenly presence of our liturgical celebrations. This week we continue our series on the "Ordinary of the Mass" by diving into the spiritual ramifications of the "Sanctus" text, as well as by looking at two musical…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Context Adapted from Michael Wilcock, The Message of Luke, ed. John R. W. Stott, The Bible Speaks Toda…
 
Did you know that there is a long tradition of singing the Creed during the Mass? Many of us will not have had the chance to experience that in our lives yet, but it is a beautiful and solemn thing! Listen to part 3 of our series on the Ordinary of the Mass to learn more about the development of the Nicene Creed and its setting in chant. Support th…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Context informed by Bible Speaks Today Commentary by Bruce Milne. Scripture references from the New In…
 
Liz Watson has been a member of WCCM for over 20 years and now focuses on teaching meditation in a variety of settings, leading retreats in the UK and beyond, and offering spiritual direction. These talks are part of a Contemplative Path Through the Crisis programme. You can learn more about it here.…
 
"And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host praising God, and saying, 'Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men'" (Luke 2:13-14). Those words are transposed into the mouth of the people in the Mass, a jubilant reminder of the wonder of the Incarnation and the beauty of the Trinity. Part 2 of …
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Context informed by Bible Speaks Today Commentary by Bruce Milne. Scripture references from the New In…
 
Andrew Harvey is a British author, religious scholar and teacher of mystic traditions, known primarily for his popular nonfiction books on spiritual or mystical themes. This talk is part of the Contemplative Path Through the Crisis Programme. You can read more HEREDoor Andrew Harvey
 
The Mass is a miracle every time it happens. Whether we like the priest, the homily, the music, the church or not. Christ truly becomes present in his Word and in his Body and Blood. What is the "Ordinary" of the Mass, then? Is anything about the Mass "ordinary?" Find out on this week's episode! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/connermccai…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Context informed by The Message of Mark by Donald English, and by Mark by David E. Garland. Scripture …
 
Originally from Hong Kong, FR. JOSEPH H. WONG, O.S.B. Cam, is a Benedictine monk of the Camaldolese Congregation. He holds BA in English literature from London University, MT from the same University, and STD from the Gregorian University in Rome. Fr. Wong is a member of the Pontifcal Academy of Teology and has taught systematic theology at the Sal…
 
Why does the organ have pride of place, at least among instruments, in the Latin Church? This week's episode leads a tour of Church history, followed by a meditation on Tradition and the ability of musical improvisation, such as Maurice Duruflé's (1902-1986) Choral Variation on the Veni Creator Spiritus, to mirror the living out of the Gospel in th…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Context informed by The Message of Mark by Donald English, and by Mark by David E. Garland. Scripture …
 
"The heart is the very spiritual symbol, the place of prayer...is the store room which keeps things fresh and available, from which we can receive enrichment and nourishment." says Laurence in this talk. "When you pray go into your inner room, the heart." It's a dynamic symbol: as we enter into our heart, our inner room , the symbol of the heart re…
 
The four-part series on Olivier Messiaen concludes with a reflection on the vocation of the artist. By linking his love of nature to his faith, Messiaen, in Des Canyons aux étoiles..., presents the world as the theatre of God's creativity, and the workshop of man's sanctification. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/connermccain)…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Scripture references from the New International Version Biblical text…
 
This week, we look at Olivier Messiaen's other great musical inspiration: nature, and specifically birdsong. Though distinct from his faith, his liturgical and religious spirit runs clearly through even the most "secular" of works, including his work for the bicentennial of the Declaration of Independence, Des Canyons aux étoiles... Inspired by the…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Scripture references from the New International Version Biblical text…
 
We continue our deep dive into the creative life of Olivier Messiaen with his Trois petites liturgies de la présence divine (1945) for female choir, strings, and percussion. This work is emblematic of his entire output, fusing orthodox theology and surrealist poetry with his frenzied and colorful music. A sonic cathedral, Trois petites liturgies is…
 
Slow down, take a deep breath, and join in on a guided, contemplative engagement in scripture and prayer. Brought to you by Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts Hosted by Lauren Becker and produced by Lora Schultz Recorded at Wine Cellar Studio Scripture references from the New International Version Biblical text…
 
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