NOTE: Regrettably, this week's podcast is only available in audio form. It seems Google Hangouts dropped quite a bit on Nancy's audio in the first half of the podcast so instead of frustrating the viewers it was decided to pull the video and go with audio only. Thanks for understanding.
All the panelists were able to gather in the upper room this week for one heck of a Pentecost podcast. 3 different homilies, 2 sets of readings (again!) and a lively discussion that included more dioceses moving to the restored order of Initiation Sacraments, Lectors and their love of the Pentecost readings, and how well (or not) people communicate these days. Grab a red mug of your favorite brew and join in on the fun!
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Since many of you probably experienced the sweet smell of incense this past weekend, why not find out about the history of its use by checking out our friend Bishop Christopher Coyne's CatholicTV blink "What's with the Incense?"
There's still time to register for the Catholic New Media Conference in Atlanta on June 7th! Just head on over to SQPN.com and see if this is something of value for you!
A great video on the restored order of Initiation Sacraments was released this week from the Archdiocese of Denver. Go check it out on their website, along with lots of other resources that show the value of sealing our children with the Spirit at an earlier age.