By St. Francis in the Fields
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Legend has it that, when necessary, the Pelican would feed its young with its own blood. On acccount of this symbolic connection with the Cross, the Pelican was chosen as one of the heraldic symbols of Thomas Cranmer, the Archbishop of Canterbury who introduced the Protestant Reformation to England. The title of this podcast comes from a hymn attributed to Thomas Aquinas called Adoro te Devote, which refers to Jesus as the Pié Pelicane -- the Pelican of Mercy. At Pelican Pie, Jady Koch and Nick Lannon (and guests) celebrate Christ's merciful offering and its impact on our world. The Pelican Pie Podcast is produced by Mark Babikow and features music by Zac Hicks.
||CleanEpisode 2: Holy Week Retrospective||In Episode Two, Jady and Nick review--having just walked through it--all the various ways that the Gospel is proclaimed during Holy Week, including reflections on Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, the Easter Vigil, and, of course, Easter itself.||4/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEpisode 1: Phillip Cary||Dr. Phillip Cary, Professor of Philosophy at Eastern University and author of Good News for Anxious Christians: Ten Practical Things You Don't Have to Do, joins the podcast to talk Martin Luther, anxious Christians, the pitfalls of practical advice, and much more.||3/5/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanPelican Pie: Episode Zero||The Rev. Dr. Jady Koch and the Rev. Nick Lannon introduce the Pelican Pie Podcast, tell a bit of their own stories, and look forward to Episode One.||3/2/2018||Free||View in iTunes|