Podcast No. 10

Vector Button PodcastPodcast No. 10 is now available. It is called “Change And Empathy,” and it is around 6 1/2 minutes long. To download it as an mp3 file, click here. To listen to the podcast now, click on the button below. This podcast is also archived on the “Podcasts” page of this blog. Thanks for listening.

Podcast No. 9

??????????Podcast No. 9 is now available. It is called “Change: Often Necessary, Seldom Easy,” and it is about 6 minutes long. To download it as an mp3 file, click here. To listen to the podcast now, click on the button below. This podcast is also archived on the “Podcasts” page of this blog. Thanks for listening.

Podcast No. 8

Vector Button PodcastPodcast No. 8 is now available. It is called “The Liturgy Saved Me,” and it is about 7 minutes long. To download it as an mp3 file, click here. To listen to the podcast now, click on the button below. This podcast is also archived on the “Podcasts” page of this blog. Thanks for listening.

Podcast No. 7

Vector Button PodcastPodcast No. 7 is now available. It is called “I Just Want To Go Home,” and it is about 10 minutes long. To download it as an mp3 file, click here. To listen to the podcast now, click on the button below. This podcast is also archived on the “Podcasts” page of this blog. Thanks for listening. 

Podcast No. 6

??????????Podcast No. 6 is now available. It is called “With Jesus In The Laboratory,” and it is about 9 minutes long. To download it as an mp3 file, click here. To listen to the podcast now, click on the button below. This podcast is also archived on the “Podcasts” page of this blog. Thanks for listening. 

The Podcast Is Here

As of today, I have added a new feature to this blog—podcasts. The first one is ready for listening or downloading now. New ones will be released every two or three days.Vector Button Podcast

Some of my readers (you know who you are, Dean and Jason) have been encouraging (prodding? cajoling? badgering? :-)) me to develop this aspect of ministry for some time. I may joke about the “pressure” which a few interested parties, mainly former students, have applied in order to persuade me to undertake this venture, but the truth is that, without their constant encouragement, I would never have done it.

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