To Be a Pilgrim: Walking through Lent with Fr Crouse
Holy C of E Podcast
by J.A. Franklin, Clinton Collister
2w ago
What book should you read this Lent? Calum and Clinton are reading Fr Robert Crouse’s Images of Pilgrimage. They are joined this week by Jack Chisnall, a new co-host, who explores allegorical images of wilderness and paradise in Genesis. If you want to follow along with our Lenten series, you can pick up a copy of Crouse’s book here and read a perceptive review of the book here.    As always, you can email us at holycofe@gmail.com or follow us on X at @holycofe1 ..read more
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The Sacred Mission
Holy C of E Podcast
by J.A. Franklin, Clinton Collister
1M ago
In this episode, Scholastica Jacobs joins Holy C of E to discuss Herbert Kelly and Anglican religious life. Scholastica is the librarian and archivist at St Antony’s Prioryand a member of the team founding The Institute for Anglican Religious Life. Jacobs explores the ways that the love of God inspired founders of Anglican orders such as Herbert Kelly, and she muses on how God might call men and women to new expressions of religious life in our late modern society.   If you are interested in discerning a call to Anglican religious life, please email nunsandmonks@gmail.com. And feel f ..read more
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Ladywell House
Holy C of E Podcast
by J.A. Franklin, Clinton Collister
1M ago
In this episode, Fr David Craven joins the podcast to talk about a new house of formation for men training to be Catholic Anglican priests at Emmanuel Theological College. Calum asks his new training incumbent about discerning a call to the priesthood and becoming Catholic, and Fr David contends that God is preparing to bring about an Evangelical Catholic movement in the Church of England. Clinton asks Fr David about the mission and vision for Ladyewell, and what sort of associations we should be joining if we want to contribute to Catholic renewal in the Church. You can learn more about Ladye ..read more
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Ladywell House
Holy C of E Podcast
by J.A. Franklin, Clinton Collister
1M ago
In this episode, Fr David Craven joins the podcast to talk about a new house of formation for men training to be Catholic Anglican priests at Emmanuel Theological College. Calum asks his new training incumbent about discerning a call to the priesthood and becoming Catholic, and Fr David contends that God is preparing to bring about an Evangelical Catholic movement in the Church of England. Clinton asks Fr David about the mission and vision for Ladyewell, and what sort of associations we should be joining if we want to contribute to Catholic renewal in the Church. You can learn more about Ladye ..read more
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The Importance of Being Human - Dead in Adam or Alive in Christ
Holy C of E Podcast
by J.A. Franklin, Clinton Collister
2M ago
In this episode, Calum and Clinton conclude their discussion of E.L. Mascall’s the Importance of Being Human. They discuss the relationship between nature and supernature, the fall of man, and God’s call for everyone to enter into union with him through baptism, communion, and faith in Jesus Christ. Mascall follows Augustine in arguing that man’s purpose is to see and to know, to know and to love, to love and to praise God, and God can only be known through membership in the Body of Christ.  ..read more
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The Importance of Being Human – The Reality of Persons
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4M ago
In this week’s episode, Calum Mullett and Clinton Collister sit down to discuss E.L. Mascall’s book on theological anthropology, The Importance of Being Human. They talk about what makes humans unique, the relationship between the body, soul, and spirit, and how individual persons do (and should) relate to society. Thanks for listening. To get in touch, please send an email to holycofe@gmail.comand follow us on Twitter @holycofe1 ..read more
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The Cross and Christian Hope – Fr George Westhaver on E.B. Pusey and Christ’s Presence in the Mist of Suffering
Holy C of E Podcast
by J.A. Franklin, Clinton Collister
4M ago
In this episode, Calum Mullett and Clinton Collister welcome The Rev Dr George Westhaver back to Holy C of E to discuss his recent lecture on finding hope in suffering. Fr George also answers questions about his ministry at Pusey House and theological formation under the influence of Robert Crouseand E.B. Pusey. Finally, we look forward to the upcoming conference on the theology of E.L. Mascall at Pusey House. Thanks for listening. To get in touch, please send an email to holycofe@gmail.comand follow us on Twitter @holycofe1 ..read more
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Lectio Divina with Hans Boersma
Holy C of E Podcast
by J.A. Franklin, Clinton Collister
6M ago
Holy CofE regular hosts Jamie Franklin and Clinton Collister were joined by well-known scholar and priest Hans Boersma to discuss issues arising from his latest book  Pierced by Love: Divine Reading with the Christian Tradition. Topics discussed included the basics of the ancient practice of Lectio Divina (or holy reading), the commonalities of Lectio Divina and evangelical approaches to personal devotion, the role of silence, the communal practice of Lectio Divina, how to cope with wandering thoughts, Lectio Divina and the morning and evening offices, and much more. Pierced by Love: Divi ..read more
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George Grant and Christian Platonism with Roberta Bayer
Holy C of E Podcast
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6M ago
In this episode, we speak to Dr Roberta Bayer about the Christian Platonism of the Canadian philosopher, George Grant. Dr Bayer is a professor at Patrick Henry College, former editor of The Anglican Way magazine, and scholar working in political theory and philosophical theology.  In this conversation, she helps Fr Jamie and Clinton consider what has gone wrong in modern philosophy and how Plato and the Prayer Book can inform our understanding of God and the good life.   Thanks for listening. To get in touch, please send an email to holycofe@gmail.comand follow us on Twitter @holycof ..read more
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The Meaning of Monarchy with Fr Thomas Plant
Holy C of E Podcast
by J.A. Franklin, Clinton Collister
10M ago
In this special coronation edition of the  podcast, we brought in a new host to join the Holy C of E team, Calum Mullett, and spoke to the theologian Thomas Plant about his recent essay, “Memory. Monarchy, and Metaphysics. Fr Plant is a chaplain and professor at St Paul’s University in Tokyo, a researcher at The Centre for the Study of Platonism in Cambridge, and author of the recent book, The Lost Way to the Good. He told us about his journey from atheism in England, to spiritual awakening in Japan, and finally to the waters of baptism in the Anglo-Catholic tradition. We also discussed t ..read more
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