Oldie PODCAzT 13: Palm Sunday with St. Andrew of Crete

Here’s an oldie:

The second reading for the Office of Readings today is an excerpt of a sermon on Palm Sunday by St. Andrew of Crete (+7th c.). 

It is a beautiful reflection on how we should receive the Lord who comes to us in humility and there was nothing to do but make a PODCAzT out of it. 

So beautiful is the reading that I even read in ancient GREEK for a change

I also talk, again, about confession.  Included are some beautiful Gregorian chants for Palm Sunday, some of most striking of the whole year! 

Other good people are providing in their blogs the texts of readings from the Liturgy of the Hours.  I don’t intend to duplicate what they are doing or take anything away from their projects.  I simply hope these little audio clips are helpful in some way.   

http://www.wdtprs.com/podcazt/07_04_01.mp3 

 

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