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Subversive Undercroft #217 With Contrite Hearts

Subversive Undercroft #217 With Contrite Hearts

We get into a conversation about brands and foods that tests our friendship before moving onto the feasts anchored by All Saints before finally getting into what the BCP has to say about penitence as a prayer practice.

 

Notes

Episcopal Dictionary https://episcopalchurch.org/library/glossary/all

BCP Online https://www.bcponline.org

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Learn more about All Hallows-“Tide” HERE 

 

Why Can’t Church Be More Like an AA Meeting?

And Other Questions Christians Ask about Recovery

by Stephen R. Haynes

 

Music

Be Thou My Vision, Jaimie Jorge

Stump the Priest Theme, Kristin Burkholder

For All the Saints, Christopher Miner

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