It's officially the shortest week of Advent and arguably the greatest week of the whole year! Before opening your presents and sit down to your Christmas turkey/goose/ham/prime rib/tofu (don't want to leave out our vegetarian brethren!), join Dizzy & Ges for a tipsy look back at our Advent journey, and raise a glass to the hope that Christmas brings!
Well, here we are once again. As we head into the short days and long nights of winter, a new liturgical year dawns with the arrival of Advent. And while there is hope and joy (and egg nog...soooo much egg nog!) just on the horizon, we here at Church Drunk know that you've got to walk through the darkness to get to the light at the end of the tunnel. So pour yourself something opaque and join Dizzy & Ges for a bit of seasonal darkness as we continue our Advent Examen!
'Tis the season to be jolly...and stressed...and sometimes a bit disgruntled...and perhaps occasionally flying into fits of rage about the many injustices of the world, not the least of which is one's inability to just find a damn parking spot already! But if there's one thing we get right about the holidays, it's that we start it all off with a day to give thanks. Join Dizzy & Ges as we officially kick off a new season of Church Drunk by counting our blessings (but never our cocktails - some things are best left uncounted).
Do you ever get that feeling that you're a hamster on a wheel...inside of a dynamo...that's powering a Tesla...through the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race? Us too! When life just feels too busy to spend much quality time in your local worship hut, Church Drunk has you covered.
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 →