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English, Christianity, 1 season, 110 episodes, 15 hours, 11 minutes
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What would happen if we were to devote ourselves to the second altar as we do to the first altar? Together, let's explore how we can partake fully, not just on Sundays, but also with our encounters with all people, especially those in need, throughout the week. We invite you to join us at The Second Liturgy.
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Wealth, Poverty, Generosity: More Favorite Quotes (2021 Edition)

To end the year, Timm and Thaniel, with help from Kristina, continue the tradition of sharing some of their favorite quotes from Church fathers and mothers about wealth, poverty, philanthropy, almsgiving, and generosity. Let us be attentive. Listen to previous years' quotes episodes at: www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_of_our_favorite_quotes www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_more_of_our_favorite_quotes www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_more_of_our_favorite_quotes
12/18/20210
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Wealth, Poverty, Generosity: More Favorite Quotes (2021 Edition)

To end the year, Timm and Thaniel, with help from Kristina, continue the tradition of sharing some of their favorite quotes from Church fathers and mothers about wealth, poverty, philanthropy, almsgiving, and generosity. Let us be attentive. Listen to previous years' quotes episodes at: www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_of_our_favorite_quotes www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_more_of_our_favorite_quotes www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_more_of_our_favorite_quotes
12/17/202114 minutes, 23 seconds
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Privilege, Self-Care, and Princess Ileana

Join Princess Ileana, exhausted and in need of some self-care, in an excerpt of Chapter 7 of the audiobook Hospital of the Queen's Heart. In our current era of emphasis on self-care and indulgence, this book is a good reminder that following and serving Christ and loving people is hard work and rarely comfortable. Learn more about Princess Ileana at store.ancientfaith.com/search.php?search_query=ileana&section;=product.
7/20/20210
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Privilege, Self-Care, and Princess Ileana

Join Princess Ileana, exhausted and in need of some self-care, in an excerpt of Chapter 7 of the audiobook Hospital of the Queen's Heart. In our current era of emphasis on self-care and indulgence, this book is a good reminder that following and serving Christ and loving people is hard work and rarely comfortable. Learn more about Princess Ileana at store.ancientfaith.com/search.php?search_query=ileana&section=product.
7/20/202124 minutes, 49 seconds
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You Are A Completely Different Person: An Interview with Nic Hartmann

Nic Hartmann joins us to talk about a polar vortex, a derecho, storytelling, the arts, working together, a change of direction, and more. Read his Metanoia Bum blog at metanoiabum.wordpress.com Visit his website at https://nichartmann.com/
5/14/20210
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A Leap Day Saint, the New Iconoclasm, and Together Getting Our Robes Dirty

Timm Wenger reads part of "Getting Our Robes Dirty," an article which includes a Leap Day legend, a deeper-than-usual perspective on the Sunday of Orthodoxy, and quotes from Mother Maria of Paris. You can read the entire piece, written by Fr. Paul Schroeder, at incommunion.org/2004/10/24/getting-our-robes-dirty. Used with the author's permission.
3/5/20210
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You Are A Completely Different Person: An Interview with Nic Hartmann

Nic Hartmann joins us to talk about a polar vortex, a derecho, storytelling, the arts, working together, a change of direction, and more. Read his Metanoia Bum blog at metanoiabum.wordpress.com Visit his website at https://nichartmann.com/
2/27/202139 minutes, 29 seconds
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“Love Does Stuff”

Christian Gonzalez (from Wandering the Desert and Pop Culture Coffee Hour podcasts) joins Timm Wenger to talk about what he's learning about wealth, poverty, and generosity.
1/2/202148 minutes, 53 seconds
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“Love Does Stuff”

Christian Gonzalez (from Wandering the Desert and Pop Culture Coffee Hour podcasts) joins Timm Wenger to talk about what he's learning about wealth, poverty, and generosity.
12/29/20200
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Wealth, Poverty, Generosity: More of Our Favorite Quotes

To end the year, Timm and Thaniel, with help from Kristina, continue the tradition of sharing some of their favorite quotes from Church fathers and mothers about wealth, poverty, philanthropy, almsgiving, and generosity. Let us be attentive. Listen to previous years' quotes episodes at: www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_more_of_our_favorite_quotes and www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_of_our_favorite_quotes.
12/26/20208 minutes, 46 seconds
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Wealth, Poverty, Generosity: More of Our Favorite Quotes

To end the year, Timm and Thaniel, with help from Kristina, continue the tradition of sharing some of their favorite quotes from Church fathers and mothers about wealth, poverty, philanthropy, almsgiving, and generosity. Let us be attentive. Listen to previous years' quotes episodes at: www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_more_of_our_favorite_quotes and www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_of_our_favorite_quotes.
12/24/20200
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Working Together to End Homelessness: An Interview with Spyridoula Fotinis

In this episode, Thaniel Wenger speaks with Spyridoula Fotinis, Coordinator of Programs & Special Assistant, Inter-Orthodox Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations at the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, about her work with the United Nations and the Orthodox Christian Ministries Network on Homelessness. Read her CrossRoad Down the Road article at crossroadinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/DTR2019-digital-pages-.pdf (page 17). You can contact Spyridoula at goarch.org/-/spyridoula-fotinis.
10/10/20200
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Working Together to End Homelessness: An Interview with Spyridoula Fotinis

In this episode, Thaniel Wenger speaks with Spyridoula Fotinis, Coordinator of Programs & Special Assistant, Inter-Orthodox Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations at the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese, about her work with the United Nations and the Orthodox Christian Ministries Network on Homelessness. Read her CrossRoad Down the Road article at crossroadinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/DTR2019-digital-pages-.pdf (page 17). You can contact Spyridoula at goarch.org/-/spyridoula-fotinis.
10/10/202024 minutes, 18 seconds
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Almsgiving as a Community: An Interview with Fr. Evan Armatas (Part 2 of 2)

Fr. Evan Armatas returns to the podcast to share many examples of how his parish is practicing almsgiving in their neighborhood and around the world, and he gives practical ideas for parishes to grow in this important and life-giving spiritual discipline. You can hear Fr. Evan on Orthodoxy Live every Sunday evening at ancientfaith.com/radio/live. Find his new book Toolkit for Spiritual Growth at store.ancientfaith.com/toolkit-for-spiritual-growth. Learn more about the Saint Nektarios Education Fund at snef.org. Would anyone notice if your parish disappeared? Here are two other places this question has shown up recently: Listen to our episode with Fr. Theophan Whitfield and The Servant Parish Project and watch Steve Christoforou address this in a Be the Bee episode. Listen to part 1 of the interview at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/a_practical_guide_to_almsgiving.
9/24/20200
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A Practical Guide to Almsgiving: An Interview with Fr. Evan Armatas (Part 1 of 2)

Fr. Evan Armatas talks with us about the almsgiving chapter of his new book, Toolkit for Spiritual Growth: A Practical Guide to Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving, and we hear an excerpt from the audiobook (available later this year). Listen to Fr. Evan every Sunday evening on his podcast Orthodoxy Live. Find the book and ebook at the Ancient Faith Store. Listen to part 2 of the interview at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/almsgiving_as_a_community.
9/24/20200
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Almsgiving as a Community: An Interview with Fr. Evan Armatas (Part 2 of 2)

Fr. Evan Armatas returns to the podcast to share many examples of how his parish is practicing almsgiving in their neighborhood and around the world, and he gives practical ideas for parishes to grow in this important and life-giving spiritual discipline. You can hear Fr. Evan on Orthodoxy Live every Sunday evening at ancientfaith.com/radio/live. Find his new book Toolkit for Spiritual Growth at store.ancientfaith.com/toolkit-for-spiritual-growth. Learn more about the Saint Nektarios Education Fund at snef.org. Would anyone notice if your parish disappeared? Here are two other places this question has shown up recently: Listen to our episode with Fr. Theophan Whitfield and The Servant Parish Project and watch Steve Christoforou address this in a Be the Bee episode. Listen to part 1 of the interview at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/a_practical_guide_to_almsgiving.
9/24/202020 minutes, 41 seconds
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A Practical Guide to Almsgiving: An Interview with Fr. Evan Armatas (Part 1 of 2)

Fr. Evan Armatas talks with us about the almsgiving chapter of his new book, Toolkit for Spiritual Growth: A Practical Guide to Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving, and we hear an excerpt from the audiobook (available later this year). Listen to Fr. Evan every Sunday evening on his podcast Orthodoxy Live. Find the book and ebook at the Ancient Faith Store. Listen to part 2 of the interview at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/almsgiving_as_a_community.
9/24/202019 minutes, 18 seconds
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Ham and Holy Week

Our friend and special guest Andrea Bailey joins us with reflections of encountering Christ during Holy Week. The story’s background music, First Day of Spring by David Hilowitz is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial License, from freemusicarchive.org
4/8/20200
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Ham and Holy Week

Our friend and special guest Andrea Bailey joins us with reflections of encountering Christ during Holy Week. The story’s background music, First Day of Spring by David Hilowitz is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial License, from freemusicarchive.org
4/8/20208 minutes, 6 seconds
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A Time Not to Shrink Back, But to Shine: How the Early Church Dealt with Epidemics

Today, with the coronavirus pandemic impacting many aspects of our lives, Thaniel and Timm Wenger take a trip back in time to learn a bit about how the early Christians organized themselves to care for those who were suffering from plagues, illnesses, and related poverty. Excerpts taken from the book The Social Results of Early Christianity, by Charles Schmidt, 1885. Listen to our related episode: "How the Early Church Ministered to People Suffering Economic Hardships" at www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/suffering_economic_hardships.
3/29/20200
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How the Early Church Ministered to People Suffering Economic Hardships

Today, with the coronavirus pandemic impacting many aspects of our lives, including economically, Thaniel and Timm Wenger take a trip back in time to learn a bit about how the early Christians organized themselves to care for those who were experiencing poverty. Excerpts taken from the book The Social Results of Early Christianity, by Charles Schmidt, 1885. Listen to our related episode: "A Time Not to Shrink Back, But to Shine: How the Early Church Dealt with Epidemics" at www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/how_the_early_church_dealt_with_epidemics. Check out three new resources at our website, TheSecondLiturgy.com: 1. Almsgiving at a Distance: Ideas for Families to Give Generously While Quarantined 2. Assessment for Parish and Community Needs and Resources for use in an emergency such as the coronavirus pandemic 3. Strategy for Parish and Community Needs and Resources
3/29/20200
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How the Early Church Ministered to People Suffering Economic Hardships

Today, with the coronavirus pandemic impacting many aspects of our lives, including economically, Thaniel and Timm Wenger take a trip back in time to learn a bit about how the early Christians organized themselves to care for those who were experiencing poverty. Excerpts taken from the book The Social Results of Early Christianity, by Charles Schmidt, 1885. Listen to our related episode: "A Time Not to Shrink Back, But to Shine: How the Early Church Dealt with Epidemics" at www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/how_the_early_church_dealt_with_epidemics. Check out three new resources at our website, TheSecondLiturgy.com: 1. Almsgiving at a Distance: Ideas for Families to Give Generously While Quarantined 2. Assessment for Parish and Community Needs and Resources for use in an emergency such as the coronavirus pandemic 3. Strategy for Parish and Community Needs and Resources
3/28/202012 minutes, 52 seconds
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The Servant Parish (Part 4 of 4): Building a Servant Parish

On March 7, 2020, Fr. Theophan Whitfield was the guest speaker at a retreat at St. Jacob's Orthodox Church in Northfield Falls, VT, during which he spoke on the topic: The Servant Parish Project (Ministry to the Poor and Suffering). Graciously, he recorded the sessions and has given us permission to share them with you. Learn more at www.servantparish.org. Part 1: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_1 Part 2: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_2 Part 3: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_3 Listen to Timm's interview with Fr. Theophan from October 2019 at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish
3/24/20200
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The Servant Parish (Part 3 of 4): Attitudes and Experiences of Orthodox Christians

On March 7, 2020, Fr. Theophan Whitfield was the guest speaker at a retreat at St. Jacob's Orthodox Church in Northfield Falls, VT, during which he spoke on the topic: The Servant Parish Project (Ministry to the Poor and Suffering). Graciously, he recorded the sessions and has given us permission to share them with you. Learn more at www.servantparish.org. Part 1: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_1 Part 2: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_2 Part 4: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_4 Listen to Timm's interview with Fr. Theophan from October 2019 at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish
3/24/20200
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The Servant Parish (Part 2 of 4): The Biblical Witness and Examples from Church Fathers

On March 7, 2020, Fr. Theophan Whitfield was the guest speaker at a retreat at St. Jacob's Orthodox Church in Northfield Falls, VT, during which he spoke on the topic: The Servant Parish Project (Ministry to the Poor and Suffering). Graciously, he recorded the sessions and has given us permission to share them with you. Learn more at www.servantparish.org. Part 1: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_1 Part 3: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_3 Part 4: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_4 Listen to Timm's interview with Fr. Theophan from October 2019 at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish
3/24/20200
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The Servant Parish (Part 1 of 4): An Introduction

On March 7, 2020, Fr. Theophan Whitfield was the guest speaker at a retreat at St. Jacob's Orthodox Church in Northfield Falls, VT, during which he spoke on the topic: The Servant Parish Project (Ministry to the Poor and Suffering). Graciously, he recorded the sessions and has given us permission to share them with you. Learn more at www.servantparish.org. Part 2: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_2 Part 3: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_3 Part 4: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_4 Listen to Timm's interview with Fr. Theophan from October 2019 at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish
3/24/20200
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The Servant Parish (Part 4 of 4): Building a Servant Parish

On March 7, 2020, Fr. Theophan Whitfield was the guest speaker at a retreat at St. Jacob's Orthodox Church in Northfield Falls, VT, during which he spoke on the topic: The Servant Parish Project (Ministry to the Poor and Suffering). Graciously, he recorded the sessions and has given us permission to share them with you. Learn more at www.servantparish.org. Part 1: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_1 Part 2: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_2 Part 3: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_3 Listen to Timm's interview with Fr. Theophan from October 2019 at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish
3/24/202021 minutes, 34 seconds
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The Servant Parish (Part 3 of 4): Attitudes and Experiences of Orthodox Christians

On March 7, 2020, Fr. Theophan Whitfield was the guest speaker at a retreat at St. Jacob's Orthodox Church in Northfield Falls, VT, during which he spoke on the topic: The Servant Parish Project (Ministry to the Poor and Suffering). Graciously, he recorded the sessions and has given us permission to share them with you. Learn more at www.servantparish.org. Part 1: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_1 Part 2: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_2 Part 4: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_4 Listen to Timm's interview with Fr. Theophan from October 2019 at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish
3/24/202029 minutes, 13 seconds
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The Servant Parish (Part 2 of 4): The Biblical Witness and Examples from Church Fathers

On March 7, 2020, Fr. Theophan Whitfield was the guest speaker at a retreat at St. Jacob's Orthodox Church in Northfield Falls, VT, during which he spoke on the topic: The Servant Parish Project (Ministry to the Poor and Suffering). Graciously, he recorded the sessions and has given us permission to share them with you. Learn more at www.servantparish.org. Part 1: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_1 Part 3: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_3 Part 4: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_4 Listen to Timm's interview with Fr. Theophan from October 2019 at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish
3/24/202038 minutes, 48 seconds
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The Servant Parish (Part 1 of 4): An Introduction

On March 7, 2020, Fr. Theophan Whitfield was the guest speaker at a retreat at St. Jacob's Orthodox Church in Northfield Falls, VT, during which he spoke on the topic: The Servant Parish Project (Ministry to the Poor and Suffering). Graciously, he recorded the sessions and has given us permission to share them with you. Learn more at www.servantparish.org. Part 2: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_2 Part 3: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_3 Part 4: ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish_4 Listen to Timm's interview with Fr. Theophan from October 2019 at ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/the_servant_parish
3/24/202043 minutes, 29 seconds
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A Time Not to Shrink Back, But to Shine: How the Early Church Dealt with Epidemics

Today, with the coronavirus pandemic impacting many aspects of our lives, Thaniel and Timm Wenger take a trip back in time to learn a bit about how the early Christians organized themselves to care for those who were suffering from plagues, illnesses, and related poverty. Excerpts taken from the book The Social Results of Early Christianity, by Charles Schmidt, 1885. Listen to our related episode: "How the Early Church Ministered to People Suffering Economic Hardships" at www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/suffering_economic_hardships.
3/16/202010 minutes, 6 seconds
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A Leap Day Saint, the New Iconoclasm, and Together Getting Our Robes Dirty

Timm Wenger reads part of "Getting Our Robes Dirty," an article which includes a Leap Day legend, a deeper-than-usual perspective on the Sunday of Orthodoxy, and quotes from Mother Maria of Paris. You can read the entire piece, written by Fr. Paul Schroeder, at incommunion.org/2004/10/24/getting-our-robes-dirty. Used with the author's permission.
2/29/202011 minutes, 45 seconds
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Parallels: “He puts an equal sign between Himself and anyone in need”

Timm Wenger looks at three phrases from the Divine Liturgy, considers how they might apply to encountering Christ after the dismissal, and shares some quotes from St. Maria of Paris.
2/1/20200
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Parallels: “He puts an equal sign between Himself and anyone in need”

Timm Wenger looks at three phrases from the Divine Liturgy, considers how they might apply to encountering Christ after the dismissal, and shares some quotes from St. Maria of Paris.
2/1/202012 minutes, 29 seconds
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Wealth, Poverty, Generosity: A Few More of Our Favorite Quotes

To end the year, Timm and Thaniel, with help from Kristina, continue the tradition of sharing some of their favorite quotes from Church fathers and mothers about wealth, poverty, philanthropy, almsgiving, and generosity. Let us be attentive. Listen to last year's quote episode at www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_of_our_favorite_quotes.
12/28/201918 minutes, 5 seconds
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Wealth, Poverty, Generosity: A Few More of Our Favorite Quotes

To end the year, Timm and Thaniel, with help from Kristina, continue the tradition of sharing some of their favorite quotes from Church fathers and mothers about wealth, poverty, philanthropy, almsgiving, and generosity. Let us be attentive. Listen to last year's quote episode at www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/wealth_poverty_generosity_a_few_of_our_favorite_quotes.
12/23/20190
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The Good Samaritan Catechesis for Children, with Fr. Michael Shanbour

Join Timm Wenger as he speaks with Fr. Michael Shanbour, author of a beautiful catechesis for children that includes a chapter on almsgiving. Learn more about the book at www.wenorthodox.com/store.
12/21/20190
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The Good Samaritan Catechesis for Children, with Fr. Michael Shanbour

Join Timm Wenger as he speaks with Fr. Michael Shanbour, author of a beautiful catechesis for children that includes a chapter on almsgiving. Learn more about the book at www.wenorthodox.com/store.
12/21/201930 minutes, 9 seconds
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My Brother is My Life, with Dr. Herman Middleton

In today's episode, we hear some excerpts from Dr. Herman Middleton's recent talk, "My Brother is My Life: The Parish’s Role in the Cultivation of Virtue," which he presented at the Speaking the Truth in Love Conference. Dr. Herman touches on the need for community as a way to nurture the virtues, including chastity and philanthropy, and shares some creative and practical ideas for parishes. Listen to Dr. Herman's complete talk at ancientfaith.com/specials/speaking_the_truth_in_love_conference/my_brother_is_my_life_the_parishs_role_in_the_cultivation_of_chastity
12/7/20190
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My Brother is My Life, with Dr. Herman Middleton

In today's episode, we hear some excerpts from Dr. Herman Middleton's recent talk, "My Brother is My Life: The Parish’s Role in the Cultivation of Virtue," which he presented at the Speaking the Truth in Love Conference. Dr. Herman touches on the need for community as a way to nurture the virtues, including chastity and philanthropy, and shares some creative and practical ideas for parishes. Listen to Dr. Herman's complete talk at ancientfaith.com/specials/speaking_the_truth_in_love_conference/my_brother_is_my_life_the_parishs_role_in_the_cultivation_of_chastity
12/7/20190
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The Fast That Began with a Feast, with Andrea Bailey

Our friend and special guest Andrea Bailey joins us with reflections of encountering Christ at a women's shelter at the beginning of the Nativity Fast.
11/23/20190
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The Fast That Began with a Feast, with Andrea Bailey

Our friend and special guest Andrea Bailey joins us with reflections of encountering Christ at a women's shelter at the beginning of the Nativity Fast.
11/23/201911 minutes, 10 seconds
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Chrysostom, the Good Samaritan, and Gold Coins

If you saw a hundred-dollar bill lying on the ground in the middle of nowhere, what would you do? Would you pass it by? Timm Wenger shares an excerpt from one of St. John Chrysostom's homilies about the Good Samaritan and the value of those who are in need. As Jesus said to those who originally heard the story, "Let us go and do likewise!"
11/9/20190
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Chrysostom, the Good Samaritan, and Gold Coins

If you saw a hundred-dollar bill lying on the ground in the middle of nowhere, what would you do? Would you pass it by? Timm Wenger shares an excerpt from one of St. John Chrysostom's homilies about the Good Samaritan and the value of those who are in need. As Jesus said to those who originally heard the story, "Let us go and do likewise!"
11/9/20195 minutes, 57 seconds
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The Servant Parish

Fr. Theophan Whitfield shares about The Servant Parish, a research study concerned with strengthening our commitment as Orthodox Christians to compassionate ministry to the poor and suffering. How is your parish doing with the "5 Cs"? Learn more at servantparish.org.
10/26/20190
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The Servant Parish

Fr. Theophan Whitfield shares about The Servant Parish, a research study concerned with strengthening our commitment as Orthodox Christians to compassionate ministry to the poor and suffering. How is your parish doing with the "5 Cs"? Learn more at servantparish.org.
10/26/201925 minutes, 4 seconds
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Jesse Brandow Shares about Generosity in Guatemala

Jesse Brandow, missionary to Guatemala, shares about faith-filled and generous responses to poverty. Learn more about the Orthodox Church in Guatemala at www.mayanorthodoxy.com. Learn about missions opportunities, such as Jesse mentions, at www.ocmc.org/about/open_teams.aspx.
10/19/20190
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Jesse Brandow Shares about Generosity in Guatemala

Jesse Brandow, missionary to Guatemala, shares about faith-filled and generous responses to poverty. Learn more about the Orthodox Church in Guatemala at www.mayanorthodoxy.com. Learn about missions opportunities, such as Jesse mentions, at www.ocmc.org/about/open_teams.aspx.
10/12/201933 minutes, 55 seconds
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The Least of These: I Was Sick and You Visited Me (Part 2)

From his experience as an orderly, family doctor, missionary, and hospice/palliative care physician, Dr. Tom Miller shares stories and practical ways of visiting those who have serious illnesses. This is part 2 of the interview, and a continuation of our The Least of These series.
9/28/20190
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The Least of These: I Was Sick and You Visited Me (Part 2)

From his experience as an orderly, family doctor, missionary, and hospice/palliative care physician, Dr. Tom Miller shares stories and practical ways of visiting those who have serious illnesses. This is part 2 of the interview, and a continuation of our The Least of These series.
9/28/201920 minutes, 8 seconds
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The Least of These: I Was Sick and You Visited Me (Part 1)

From his experience as an orderly, family doctor, missionary, and hospice/palliative care physician, Dr. Tom Miller shares stories and practical ways of visiting those who have serious illnesses. This is part 1 of the interview, and the first in our The Least of These series.
9/21/20190
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The Least of These: I Was Sick and You Visited Me (Part 1)

From his experience as an orderly, family doctor, missionary, and hospice/palliative care physician, Dr. Tom Miller shares stories and practical ways of visiting those who have serious illnesses. This is part 1 of the interview, and the first in our The Least of These series.
9/21/201924 minutes, 53 seconds
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Off the Streets: A Security Deposit and Basic Furnishings

Timm Wenger speaks with Deacon Mike Oles about a tangible way to help those without housing get Off the Streets. Learn about what is involved (it's easier than you might think!) and how you can start a branch of this ministry in your city or town at OffTheStreetsNow.com. Deacon Mike Oles is a Roman Catholic deacon serving at St. John Neumann Catholic Church and on and off the streets in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
9/8/20190
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Off the Streets: A Security Deposit and Basic Furnishings

Timm Wenger speaks with Deacon Mike Oles about a tangible way to help those without housing get Off the Streets. Learn about what is involved (it's easier than you might think!) and how you can start a branch of this ministry in your city or town at OffTheStreetsNow.com. Deacon Mike Oles is a Roman Catholic deacon serving at St. John Neumann Catholic Church and on and off the streets in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
9/7/201921 minutes, 16 seconds
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“If anyone will not work, neither shall he eat”

"If anyone will not work, neither shall he eat." Have you ever heard someone use this verse (from 2 Thessalonians 3:10) as a justification to not give money or food to someone who appears to be poor and lazy? Was St. Paul writing this to those who sat around waiting for handouts? Is this verse directed to poor freeloaders? Listen to an explanation from Fr. Stephen De Young, host of The Whole Counsel of God podcast.
8/3/20190
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“If anyone will not work, neither shall he eat”

"If anyone will not work, neither shall he eat." Have you ever heard someone use this verse (from 2 Thessalonians 3:10) as a justification to not give money or food to someone who appears to be poor and lazy? Was St. Paul writing this to those who sat around waiting for handouts? Is this verse directed to poor freeloaders? Listen to an explanation from Fr. Stephen De Young, host of The Whole Counsel of God podcast.
7/27/201910 minutes, 40 seconds
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Two Apples and a Granola Bar: Communion on the Street

Timm and Kristina share about an unexpected encounter, and a quote from St. Maria of Paris.
6/1/20197 minutes, 38 seconds
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Prepare. Connect. Serve.

Thaniel Wenger talks with listener (and girlfriend) Maggie Grant about a practical way they connected with someone in need.
5/27/20190
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Prepare. Connect. Serve.

Thaniel Wenger talks with listener (and girlfriend) Maggie Grant about a practical way they connected with someone in need.
5/25/20194 minutes, 31 seconds
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Two Apples and a Granola Bar: Communion on the Street

Timm and Kristina share about an unexpected encounter, and a quote from St. Maria of Paris.
5/24/20190
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Episode 25: Help us set the direction for the next 25

Thaniel and Timm look back at the first half year of the podcast and ask for your feedback and ideas to help plan helpful content for the future.
4/20/20190
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Episode 25: Help us set the direction for the next 25

Thaniel and Timm look back at the first half year of the podcast and ask for your feedback and ideas to help plan helpful content for the future.
4/17/20196 minutes, 34 seconds
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Fr. Justin Mathews Shares the Story of Nathanial Miles (and Our Theme Music)

Fr. Justin Mathews joins Timm and Thaniel to tell the story of Nathanial Miles, a man he got to know at the Nashville Rescue Mission. You'll also get to hear the song about his life that Justin wrote and recorded. You may want to grab a tissue or two before listening! Fr. Justin is currently a priest at St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church (stmaryofegypt.net) and director of Reconciliation Services (rs3101.org) in Kansas City, Missouri. Follow @recociliationservices on Facebook and Instagram to see how the team there is helping others like Nathanial. Direct message Fr. Justin to find out how you can get a Confessing Between the Lines CD for $4.99 plus shipping. It's also available for download at store.cdbaby.com/cd/justinmathews.
3/30/20190
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Fr. Justin Mathews Shares the Story of Nathanial Miles (and Our Theme Music)

Fr. Justin Mathews joins Timm and Thaniel to tell the story of Nathanial Miles, a man he got to know at the Nashville Rescue Mission. You'll also get to hear the song about his life that Justin wrote and recorded. You may want to grab a tissue or two before listening! Fr. Justin is currently a priest at St. Mary of Egypt Orthodox Church (stmaryofegypt.net) and director of Reconciliation Services (rs3101.org) in Kansas City, Missouri. Follow @recociliationservices on Facebook and Instagram to see how the team there is helping others like Nathanial. Direct message Fr. Justin to find out how you can get a Confessing Between the Lines CD for $4.99 plus shipping. It's also available for download at store.cdbaby.com/cd/justinmathews.
3/30/201914 minutes, 57 seconds
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Reflecting on Our Visit to St. John the Compassionate Mission (Pilgrimage, Part 9 of 9)

Thaniel and Timm Wenger share some thoughts about their first visit to St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario. This is part 9 in a series. Learn more about St. John the Compassionate Mission: stjohnsmission.org Good Neighbours Drop-in Center: www.goodneighboursmission.org St. Zoticos Orthodox Church: www.stzoticos.org St. John's Bakery: www.stjohnsbakery.com St. John's Thrift Store: www.stjohnsmission.org/thrift-store
3/25/20190
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Reflecting on Our Visit to St. John the Compassionate Mission (Pilgrimage, Part 9 of 9)

Thaniel and Timm Wenger share some thoughts about their first visit to St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario. This is part 9 in a series. Learn more about St. John the Compassionate Mission: stjohnsmission.org Good Neighbours Drop-in Center: www.goodneighboursmission.org St. Zoticos Orthodox Church: www.stzoticos.org St. John's Bakery: www.stjohnsbakery.com St. John's Thrift Store: www.stjohnsmission.org/thrift-store
3/24/201916 minutes, 14 seconds
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Oases of Humanity, Interview with Fr. Roberto Ubertino (Pilgrimage, Part 8 of 9)

Fr. Roberto Ubertino shares a bit about how the St. John the Compassionate Mission got started. He talks about the needs in society that can only be met by the Church. With the power of the Holy Spirit and creativity, everyone's gifts can be used to become a place of love, welcome, and togetherness.
3/16/20190
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Oases of Humanity, Interview with Fr. Roberto Ubertino (Pilgrimage, Part 8 of 9)

Fr. Roberto Ubertino shares a bit about how the St. John the Compassionate Mission got started. He talks about the needs in society that can only be met by the Church. With the power of the Holy Spirit and creativity, everyone's gifts can be used to become a place of love, welcome, and togetherness.
3/16/201914 minutes, 10 seconds
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Rich in My Heart, Interview with Joanna (Pilgrimage, Part 7 of 9)

Joanna, a member of St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario, shares how she has found her place of belonging and serving in the St. John's community.
3/9/20190
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Rich in My Heart, Interview with Joanna (Pilgrimage, Part 7 of 9)

Joanna, a member of St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario, shares how she has found her place of belonging and serving in the St. John's community.
3/9/201910 minutes, 21 seconds
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A Community of Misfits, Interview with Brothers of Mercy (Pilgrimage, Part 5 of 9)

Luke and Jonathan, two of the Brothers of Mercy at St. John the Compassionate Mission, share about living a life of prayer, community, and ministry among "misfits" in Toronto, Ontario. Check out our blog for reflections on our conversation with Brother David: www.thesecondliturgy.com/blog. Learn more about St. John the Compassionate Mission at www.stjohnsmission.org..
3/3/20190
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A Place of Togetherness and Healing, Interview with Daniel Gray (Pilgrimage, Part 4 of 9)

Daniel Gray, chair of the board of St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario, shares how he has found his place of belonging and serving in the St. John's community.
3/3/20190
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Give Me This Stranger, Interview with Deacon Paul Tadros (Pilgrimage, Part 3 of 9)

Deacon Paul Tadros, of St. Silouan Orthodox Church and St. John the Compassionate Mission, shares how the community cares for the "who's who of the marginalized" in life and in death. This part 2 of our interview with Dn. Paul.
3/3/20190
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Holiness in Unconventional Ways, Interview with Deacon Paul Tadros (Pilgrimage, Part 2 of 9)

Deacon Paul Tadros, of St. Silouan Orthodox Church and St. John the Compassionate Mission, introduces us to icons in the church and tells stories of members of the community. This is part 1 of our interview with Dn. Paul.
3/3/20190
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Overview of St. John the Compassionate Mission and Related Ministries (Pilgrimage, Part 1 of 9)

Thaniel and Timm Wenger give an overview of their first visit to St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario. This is part 1 in a series. Learn more about St. John the Compassionate Mission: stjohnsmission.org St. Silouan the Athonite Mission: www.stsilouan.org Good Neighbours Drop-in Center: www.goodneighboursmission.org St. Zoticos Orthodox Church: www.stzoticos.org St. John's Bakery: www.stjohnsbakery.com/ St. John's Thrift Store: www.stjohnsmission.org/thrift-store
3/3/20190
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The Church Is the Heart of the World, Interview with Fr. Nicolaie Atitiene (Pilgrimage, Part 6 of 9)

Fr. Nicolaie Atitienei, of St. Silouan Orthodox Church and St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, shares about the role of the church in the community. "We don't bring Christ to the people. We meet Christ within the relationship."
3/3/20190
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The Church Is the Heart of the World, Interview with Fr. Nicolaie Atitiene (Pilgrimage, Part 6 of 9)

Fr. Nicolaie Atitienei, of St. Silouan Orthodox Church and St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, shares about the role of the church in the community. "We don't bring Christ to the people. We meet Christ within the relationship."
3/3/201922 minutes, 52 seconds
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A Community of Misfits, Interview with Brothers of Mercy (Pilgrimage, Part 5 of 9)

Luke and Jonathan, two of the Brothers of Mercy at St. John the Compassionate Mission, share about living a life of prayer, community, and ministry among "misfits" in Toronto, Ontario. Check out our blog for reflections on our conversation with Brother David: www.thesecondliturgy.com/blog. Learn more about St. John the Compassionate Mission at www.stjohnsmission.org..
2/23/201918 minutes, 26 seconds
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A Place of Togetherness and Healing, Interview with Daniel Gray (Pilgrimage, Part 4 of 9)

Daniel Gray, chair of the board of St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario, shares how he has found his place of belonging and serving in the St. John's community.
2/16/201915 minutes, 33 seconds
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Give Me This Stranger, Interview with Deacon Paul Tadros (Pilgrimage, Part 3 of 9)

Deacon Paul Tadros, of St. Silouan Orthodox Church and St. John the Compassionate Mission, shares how the community cares for the "who's who of the marginalized" in life and in death. This part 2 of our interview with Dn. Paul.
2/9/201911 minutes, 50 seconds
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Book Reviews: Walking Humbly…To Give A Beautiful Witness

Thaniel and Timm discuss highlights of two books put out by St. John the Compassionate Mission: Walking Humbly: The Holiness of the Poor and To Give A Beautiful Witness. Listen to these episodes to hear their earlier interview with Fr. Roberto, founder of St. John the Compassionate Mission: Part 1 and Part 2.
2/3/20190
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Holiness in Unconventional Ways, Interview with Deacon Paul Tadros (Pilgrimage, Part 2 of 9)

Deacon Paul Tadros, of St. Silouan Orthodox Church and St. John the Compassionate Mission, introduces us to icons in the church and tells stories of members of the community. This is part 1 of our interview with Dn. Paul.
2/2/201913 minutes, 20 seconds
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Overview of St. John the Compassionate Mission and Related Ministries (Pilgrimage, Part 1 of 9)

Thaniel and Timm Wenger give an overview of their first visit to St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, Ontario. This is part 1 in a series. Learn more about St. John the Compassionate Mission: stjohnsmission.org St. Silouan the Athonite Mission: www.stsilouan.org Good Neighbours Drop-in Center: www.goodneighboursmission.org St. Zoticos Orthodox Church: www.stzoticos.org St. John's Bakery: www.stjohnsbakery.com/ St. John's Thrift Store: www.stjohnsmission.org/thrift-store
1/26/20198 minutes, 58 seconds
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Book Reviews: Walking Humbly…To Give A Beautiful Witness

Thaniel and Timm discuss highlights of two books put out by St. John the Compassionate Mission: Walking Humbly: The Holiness of the Poor and To Give A Beautiful Witness. Listen to these episodes to hear their earlier interview with Fr. Roberto, founder of St. John the Compassionate Mission: Part 1 and Part 2.
1/19/201910 minutes, 26 seconds
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Take the Generosity Challenge

Bill Marianes of the Stewardship Calling podcast shares the Generosity Challenge with us. Listen to more from Bill at Stewardship Calling.
1/12/20190
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Take the Generosity Challenge

Bill Marianes of the Stewardship Calling podcast shares the Generosity Challenge with us. Listen to more from Bill at Stewardship Calling.
1/12/201911 minutes, 43 seconds
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The Poor Are Given for Our Salvation: an Interview with Fr. Barnabas Powell

Thaniel Wenger interviews Fr. Barnabas Powell about the theology and practice of interacting with those in need. Learn more about Fr. Barnabas's ministry, Faith Encouraged at his website (faithencouraged.org), podcasts (Faith Encouraged Daily and Faith Encouraged Live), blog (blogs.ancientfaith.com/faithencouraged), and book (A Faith Encouraged).
1/5/20190
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The Poor Are Given for Our Salvation: an Interview with Fr. Barnabas Powell

Thaniel Wenger interviews Fr. Barnabas Powell about the theology and practice of interacting with those in need. Learn more about Fr. Barnabas's ministry, Faith Encouraged at his website (faithencouraged.org), podcasts (Faith Encouraged Daily and Faith Encouraged Live), blog (blogs.ancientfaith.com/faithencouraged), and book (A Faith Encouraged).
1/5/201910 minutes, 45 seconds
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Wealth, Poverty, Generosity: A Few of Our Favorite Quotes

To end the year, Timm and Thaniel, with help from Kristina, share some of their favorite quotes from Church fathers and mothers about wealth, poverty, philanthropy, almsgiving, and generosity. Let us be attentive.
12/29/201814 minutes, 31 seconds
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Wealth, Poverty, Generosity: A Few of Our Favorite Quotes

To end the year, Timm and Thaniel, with help from Kristina, share some of their favorite quotes from Church fathers and mothers about wealth, poverty, philanthropy, almsgiving, and generosity. Let us be attentive.
12/22/20180
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Love to the End: An interview with filmmakers Anberin Pasha and Emanuel Sabau

Timm and Thaniel speak with Anberin Pasha and Emanuel Sabau about the new documentary Love to the End. The film features the story of Mother Maria of Paris, a saint of our times, through the lives of contemporary people. Find out more at lovetotheend.com.
12/22/20180
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Love to the End: An interview with filmmakers Anberin Pasha and Emanuel Sabau

Timm and Thaniel speak with Anberin Pasha and Emanuel Sabau about the new documentary Love to the End. The film features the story of Mother Maria of Paris, a saint of our times, through the lives of contemporary people. Find out more at lovetotheend.com.
12/22/201813 minutes, 48 seconds
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Mother Maria of Paris

It's time for a saint story! Timm and Thaniel share an excerpt of the Tending the Garden of Our Hearts podcast about Mother Maria of Paris in preparation for an upcoming episode featuring the filmmakers of a new film about her life and those impacted by her story. Listen to the Tending the Garden episode that includes questions for families to consider. Subscribe to the weekly Tending the Garden podcast. Learn more about the new Love to the End documentary.
12/18/20180
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Mother Maria of Paris

It's time for a saint story! Timm and Thaniel share an excerpt of the Tending the Garden of Our Hearts podcast about Mother Maria of Paris in preparation for an upcoming episode featuring the filmmakers of a new film about her life and those impacted by her story. Listen to the Tending the Garden episode that includes questions for families to consider. Subscribe to the weekly Tending the Garden podcast. Learn more about the new Love to the End documentary.
12/15/201810 minutes, 28 seconds
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Motivations: To Be Seen or Not Seen

Thaniel and Timm talk about the temptation to not give charitably out of fear of wrong motives, specifically the concern of being seen by others. (Excerpt from Tending the Garden of our Hearts podcast used by permission.)
12/8/20187 minutes, 36 seconds
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Motivations: To Be Seen or Not Seen

Thaniel and Timm talk about the temptation to not give charitably out of fear of wrong motives, specifically the concern of being seen by others. (Excerpt from Tending the Garden of our Hearts podcast used by permission.)
12/7/20180
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Our friend Richard

Thaniel and Timm talk about their family's interactions with Richard, a gentleman in our neighborhood who is experiencing homelessness. What are ways that we can love and serve him in ways that are in his best interest and without inadvertently causing harm? Listen to the end for details about the December coffee giveaway (and don't forget to enter by December 4, 2018)! Visit www.thesecondliturgy.com.
12/1/20180
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Our friend Richard

Thaniel and Timm talk about their family's interactions with Richard, a gentleman in our neighborhood who is experiencing homelessness. What are ways that we can love and serve him in ways that are in his best interest and without inadvertently causing harm? Listen to the end for details about the December coffee giveaway (and don't forget to enter by December 4, 2018)! Visit www.thesecondliturgy.com.
12/1/201814 minutes, 52 seconds
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Book and Movie Review: Same Kind of Different As Me

Thaniel and Timm talk about themes and lessons in Same Kind of Different As Me. A wealthy couple whose marriage is on the rocks befriends a local homeless man who changes their perspectives in this inspiring true story. The book is a New York Times bestseller (check your local library) and the movie is available on Netflix.
11/24/201812 minutes, 6 seconds
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Book and Movie Review: Same Kind of Different As Me

Thaniel and Timm talk about themes and lessons in Same Kind of Different As Me. A wealthy couple whose marriage is on the rocks befriends a local homeless man who changes their perspectives in this inspiring true story. The book is a New York Times bestseller (check your local library) and the movie is available on Netflix.
11/21/20180
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Thanksgiving: Invitations, False Gratitude, and Giving Away an Inheritance

Thaniel and Timm reflect on Thanksgiving traditions, talk about who's invited to dinner, and expressions of true gratitude. They also share a letter from a listener who is grappling with how to give away a non-trivial amount of money that she inherited. Have a happy and generous Thanksgiving!
11/17/20180
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Thanksgiving: Invitations, False Gratitude, and Giving Away an Inheritance

Thaniel and Timm reflect on Thanksgiving traditions, talk about who's invited to dinner, and expressions of true gratitude. They also share a letter from a listener who is grappling with how to give away a non-trivial amount of money that she inherited. Have a happy and generous Thanksgiving!
11/17/20188 minutes, 57 seconds
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Interview with Fr. Roberto Ubertino, Part 1

Timm talks with Fr. Roberto Ubertino about the theological background of the second liturgy. Fr. Roberto is the Founder and Director of St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, and the Good Neighbours Drop-in, an Orthodox community outreach in Scarborough, Ontario.
11/11/20180
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Interview with Fr. Roberto Ubertino, Part 2

Fr. Roberto Ubertino shares examples of ways that parishes can participate in the second liturgy. Fr. Roberto is the Founder and Director of St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, and the Good Neighbours Drop-in, an Orthodox community outreach in Scarborough, Ontario. Listen to Part 1 here: https://www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/interview_with_fr._roberto_ubertino_pt._1.
11/11/20180
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Interview with Fr. Roberto Ubertino, Part 2

Fr. Roberto Ubertino shares examples of ways that parishes can participate in the second liturgy. Fr. Roberto is the Founder and Director of St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, and the Good Neighbours Drop-in, an Orthodox community outreach in Scarborough, Ontario. Listen to Part 1 here: https://www.ancientfaith.com/podcasts/secondliturgy/interview_with_fr._roberto_ubertino_pt._1.
11/11/201811 minutes, 53 seconds
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Interview with Fr. Roberto Ubertino, Part 1

Timm talks with Fr. Roberto Ubertino about the theological background of the second liturgy. Fr. Roberto is the Founder and Director of St. John the Compassionate Mission in Toronto, and the Good Neighbours Drop-in, an Orthodox community outreach in Scarborough, Ontario.
11/3/201812 minutes, 27 seconds
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November's Gospel Readings Related to Generosity

Thaniel and Timm discuss the four Sunday gospel readings for November, all related to wealth, poverty, and our response as Christians.
10/27/20180
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November’s Gospel Readings Related to Generosity

Thaniel and Timm discuss the four Sunday gospel readings for November, all related to wealth, poverty, and our response as Christians.
10/27/20189 minutes, 54 seconds
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Introduction to the Second Liturgy

Thaniel and Timm introduce the new podcast, explain the name, and talk about what to expect in upcoming episodes. They invite your feedback at www.thesecondliturgy.com. Also at the website, you can also check out their blog, sign up for their weekly newsletter, and follow The Second Liturgy on social media. This podcast was inspired by this podcast episode with Mariam Youssef and Fr. Roberto Ubertino. St. John Chrysostom's commentary on 1 Corinthians in which he talks about the two altars may be found here (scroll down to the last section).
10/23/20180
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Introduction to the Second Liturgy

Thaniel and Timm introduce the new podcast, explain the name, and talk about what to expect in upcoming episodes. They invite your feedback at www.thesecondliturgy.com. Also at the website, you can also check out their blog, sign up for their weekly newsletter, and follow The Second Liturgy on social media. This podcast was inspired by this podcast episode with Mariam Youssef and Fr. Roberto Ubertino. St. John Chrysostom's commentary on 1 Corinthians in which he talks about the two altars may be found here (scroll down to the last section).
10/23/20185 minutes, 56 seconds