Have you ever watched Star Wars or Game or Thrones or any of your favorite adventures in film or television (like...Seinfeld?) and found yourself saying, "Damn, I wish there was a church like that one"? Us too! From "vanya sulie" to "valar morghulis" Church Drunk's got you covered this week. Dive in, and may the force be with you!
In last week's podcast we gave a shout out to the nuns who have done and continue to do great work in our world. Nuns have often led the way in providing a voice for justice, and we need more of that in our church today! We mentioned a couple of articles about nuns are... Continue Reading →
Do you ever wonder why it is called "Mother Church" when it so often refuses to give women their due as faith-filled motivators for positive change and all-around rock stars? So do we. In this episode, we do our best to recognize the amazing work of nuns and other women who lead the way toward a church where justice is at the top of the priority list.
We all know what happens when we assume, right? We make a donkey out of "u" and "me" and then we all fly to heaven on a cloud (obviously). With the Feast of the Assumption of Mary nearly upon us, Church Drunk takes a closer look at who Mary really is, why she still means so much to Catholics around the world, and who our "modern day Marys" (and anti-Marys!) might be.
So on last week's podcast, Dizzy and I discussed some of our favorite myths and legends from the Old Testament. The inspiration for the podcast came from Neil Gaiman's delightful new book on Norse Mythology, in which he encourages all of us to continue telling and retelling the stories that are most important to us.... Continue Reading →
We here at Church Drunk believe that mystery is the heart of almost any spiritual pursuit, and that often a good story is the best way of plumbing the depths of mystery. As such, myths and legends hold a special place in our hearts. In this episode we dive into the truth behind stories that are not at all true. Plus, we're keeping it OT as we play a few spirited rounds of Name That Hebrew Scripture Legend...because we are HUGE nerds!
We took a long wander down the Ignatian path in our last podcast, and all because yesterday (July 31) was the feast of the man himself, St. Ignatius of Loyola. Sometimes, and particularly when we wake up the day after a feast, we find ourselves in a position that requires a long look in the... Continue Reading →