Category: Podcasts

Faith to Go: Strength in Gentleness

This week David is joined by Charlette and our special guest, Maya Little-Saña, from Forma, an ecumenical conference of formation professionals in Alexandria, Virginia.

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Faith to Go: Featuring Jerusalem Greer

Today Charlette and David are joined by Jerusalem Greer from the Presiding Bishop’s office.  Hear to how Jerusalem’s work takes her around the church to events like Good News Gardens at Camp Stevens and The Good News Festival last month in San Diego.

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2FAB: Marion Pritchard

The Marion von Binsbergen Pritchard was a Dutch social worker, psychoanalyst, and member of the Resistance who helped save approximately 150 Dutch Jews, most of them children, during the German occupation of the Netherlands. Luci and Jordan are joined by special guest, Grace Pritchard Burson.

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2FAB: Edith Stein

Today we present Edith Stein: mystic, Jewish philosopher, convert to Christianity and Discalced Carmelite nun, and martyr of Auschwitz.

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2FAB: Maria Skobtsova

Today’s episode: Maria Skobtsova – revolutionary, would-be assassin, mayor, chain-smoking beggar, forger of papers for Jews in France, martyr of Ravensbruck.

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Editors' featured posts

Ashes into Beauty

“I am not just burning my mask however. I am using that as a symbol of transformation, a way to remind myself and those around me that the journey of Lent is preparing us for the beauty of Easter Sunday. So how will I accomplish this? This year, by creating artwork from the ashes.”


Toe Jam Vintage

“Now, in reading today’s Gospel in commemoration of Martin Luther, one could easily fall into thinking that the “pruning” and “casting into the fire” that’s being referred to here is about tossing heretics and apostates into the flames of hell.”


LIke a Tree Planted by Water

“The realm of emotion is also a place of fickleness.  Sometimes I feel God’s presence there and sometimes I have only ashes in my heart.  I can feel a deep joy in a melody, the winging of a goose over the rooftops, the prisms in a snowflake.  But just as quickly I can be crushed by loss, fear or illness.”


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