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The Sacramentalists is a podcast where the ancient Christian faith is brought to bear on issues prevalent in modern culture. Join us for in-depth discussions on how theology intersects with our daily lives.
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Sacramental Living

Michael Haldas and Ancient Faith Radio

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Understanding Christianity as a Way of Life - Sacramental Living is a series of podcasts by Michael Haldas about how to understand and live our Orthodox Christian faith in the context of real life and real world issues and continually grow closer to God.
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Sacramental Whine

David Oliver Kling

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Sacramental Whine an Independent Sacramental Movement Podcast is about the "Independent Sacramental Movement," which is a branch within Christianity rooted in the Catholic and Eastern/Oriental Orthodox branches of the Mystical Body of Christ. The host of the show is David Oliver Kling, a bishop within the Ancient Apostolic Church of Alexandria (https://aacofa.org/). +Oliver is a graduate of Wright State University with a BA in Philosophy and a BA in Religious Studies, a Master of Divinity wi ...
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Confirmation has often been called a Sacrament looking for a theology. How is an Anglo-Catholic approach to Confirmation different from those of Protestant traditions? What is its purpose? Why do we need it? Fr. Hayden and Fr. Wesley explore these questions and more in today's episode! We would love to hear from you! Send us your feedback and quest…
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It's easy to theorize and speculate about angels and demons. But what do you do when you actually encounter demonic activity in your home or parish? Fr. Creighton and Fr. Hayden find out by sitting with Fr. Matt Harlow, the Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of the Eastern United States of the Anglican Province of America, as he recounts an exper…
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In this short episode, Frs. Wesley, Creighton, and Hayden draft their favorite three editions of Scripture! Who do you think won?? We would love to hear from you! Send us your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. Be sure to join our Communion of Patreon Saints for only $5 a month.…
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Dr. Alex Fogleman is an assistant research professor at Baylor University's Institute for Studies of Religion, and the founding director of the Catechesis Institute. Fr. Hayden, Fr. Creighton, and Fr. Wesley got to chat with him about his new book Knowledge, Faith, and Early Christian Initiation. We would love to hear from you! Send us your feedbac…
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The end is nigh! What should Christians expect about the end times? This has been the cause of much speculation by Christians of various traditions...some good, and some not so good. In this episode, Frs. Creighton, Hayden, and Wesley sift through the biblical data as they look at various approaches to eschatology. We would love to hear from you! S…
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On today's episode, we answer some questions provided by listeners! We've had a great season and we'll be looking forward to a great 2024 with you! Be sure to like the social media accounts for Fr. Creighton's new parish, St. Hilda's Anglican Catholic Church: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61554410339422As always, you can find us on Patreo…
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Advent is upon us! In this episode, we offer six tips for having a good Advent season as we anticipate the coming of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. What are some things you do to observe this season? You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter ⁠@sacramentalists⁠. If you want to dive deep…
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Join Michael for a discussion about the meaning of hypocrisy and what Christ said about it in the Gospel, and how to understand and protect ourselves from this deadly sin that causes us to wear “masks” and fall into self-deception, deception of others, and spiritual death.De către Michael Haldas and Ancient Faith Radio
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Dive into the rich tapestry of medieval theology on today's episode! If you've listened to the Sacramentalists for any length of time, you've probably heard Fr. Wesley mention Hugh of Saint Victor. In this episode, he sits down with Dr. Boyd Taylor Coolman, theology professor at Boston College, to discuss Hugh's context and theological contribution…
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Confession is an important Sacrament by which God forgives our sins. For some, though, making a confession can be scary or daunting. In today's episode, Fr. Hayden, Fr. Creighton, and Fr. Wesley talk about some ways you can prepare to make a good confession. Send us your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on T…
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Fr. Hayden and Fr. Wesley sit down with Danielle Hitchen, founder of Catechesis Books, to discuss her newest book, Sacred Seasons: A Family Guide to Center Your Year around Jesus. It's a beautifully done book that's perfect to buy for your family as we get closer to Advent! Get a copy here: https://www.amazon.com/Sacred-Seasons-Family-Center-Around…
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Explore the theological virtues with The Sacramentalists podcast. In this episode, we dive into the core principles of faith, hope, and love that shape our spiritual lives. Discover how these virtues interact with the cardinal virtues and what bearing they have on the Christian life.Send us your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.co…
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BIG NEWS: The Sacramentalists Podcast is once again a trio! We're thrilled to announce that Fr. Hayden Butler, Associate Rector of St. Matthew's (ACC) in Newport Beach, California is joining the podcast as a co-host! For our first episode with Fr. Hayden, we're talking about the Cardinal Virtues: Temperance, Fortitude, Justice, and Prudence. These …
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Discover the profound insights of Patristic theology with The Sacramentalists! In this video, Fr. Creighton and Fr. Wesley explore the 'Top 10 Works of Patristic Theology,' delving into the writings and teachings of early Christian theologians. Gain a deeper understanding of the foundational ideas that shaped Christianity and continue to inspire be…
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Join The Sacramentalists podcast as we delve into the Scriptural richness of the Book of Ruth with a special guest, Archbishop Mark Haverland, the primate of the Anglican Catholic Church. In this episode, we explore the timeless themes of lovingkindness, faithfulness, redemption, and God's providence as revealed in the pages of Ruth. Don't miss thi…
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Dive into the depths of spiritual struggle as we explore the ancient concept of acedia. In this episode, we delve into the roots of this spiritual struggle and its relevance in our modern lives. Join us as we navigate the challenges of listlessness, discontent, and restlessness, offering insights on how to overcome acedia through the lens of sacram…
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What are the Seven Deadly Sins? How can they affect us and why do we need to avoid them? Find out in our first episode of the fall season! Send us your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @sacramentalists. Be sure to join our Communion of Patreon Saints for only $5 a month.…
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John Norris was an Anglican priest and philosopher who lived from 1657-1711. He was an Oxford Christian "Platonist" and wrote many works including Reflections upon a Late Essay Concerning the Human Understanding which was a critique of John Locke and An Account of Reason and Faith in Relation to the Mysteries of Christianity which was a response to…
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In light of recent events at St. John Lateran in Rome where Anglicans were allowed to say Mass at the Pope's own church, we thought it was a good time to revisit the topic of Anglican Orders. This is a "mega episode" because it has two parts: Part 1: A conversation between Fr. Creighton, Fr. Wesley, Bp. Chandler Jones and Fr. Becket Soule. Part 2: …
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Fr. Creighton and Fr. Wesley chat with Dr. Mark Allen about the book he co-authored with Dr. Joshua Chatraw called The Augustine Way: Retrieving a Vision for the Church's Apologetic Witness. Dr. Mark Allen is a professor of biblical and theological studies at the Rawlings School of Divinity at Liberty University.Get a copy of The Augustine Way here…
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The Radical Vocation Conference is an Anglican conference hosted at Church of the Incarnation in Dallas, TX from September 21-23, 2023. Fr. Wesley sits down with Fr. Christopher Beeley, the rector of Church of the Incarnation, to preview the conference.You can register for the conference here: https://radvoco.orgTo find out more about Dr. Beeley an…
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Discover the depth and significance of the Invocation of Saints in this Sacramentalists Short. Delve into the rich theological foundations surrounding the practice of invoking saints in Christian worship. Join us as we explore the nature of secondary causes, the Christological unity of the Church, and the potency of prayer. Gain a deeper understand…
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Fr. Creighton and Fr. Wesley discuss Pierced By Love: Divine Reading with the Christian Tradition with Dr. Hans Boersma, the Saint Benedict Servants of Christ Chair in Ascetical Theology at Nashotah House Theological Seminary. Dr. Boersma helps us better understand that Lectio Divina isn't a nice little devotional activity; it's the way Christians …
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In this episode of the Sacramentalists podcast, join us as we engage in a thought-provoking conversation with Dr. Scott Harrower from Ridley College, delving into the intriguing topic of Amyraldism. Explore the historical context, theological nuances, and key arguments surrounding this doctrine, as we seek to deepen our understanding of God's sover…
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Discover the rich tradition of the Anglican Office Book in today's discussion on The Sacramentalists. Join Fr. Creighton and Fr. Wesley as they engage in a conversation with special guest Lance Davis, editor of the Anglican Office Book, about the significance and usage of the AOB in our prayer lives. Gain insights into the history, structure, and s…
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Today we have former host and good friend Myles Hixson on to give us an update about what he and his family are doing at St. Mary's Farm in Philadelphia, Tennessee. You can follow St. Mary's Farm at stmarysfarm.com or on Instagram @stmarysfarmtn.You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us on Twitter @…
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Today, we do a draft of our favorite novels! Joining us is Fr. Robert Bader, the priest in charge at St Francis of Assisi Gainesville in the Anglican Catholic Church's Diocese of the South and Canon in the Anglican Catholic Church's Diocese of the Holy Cross.You can send your feedback and questions to thesacramentalists@gmail.com or reach out to us…
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