Rank #1: Mennonites, Memory, and Marking Time
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Oct 12 2017
Rank #2: An Old/New New Year’s
Jan 05 2019
Rank #3: My First Death
Sep 06 2018
Rank #4: A Modern Woman in an Ancient Calendar: A Chat with Angela Doll Carlson
Nov 20 2016
Rank #5: Three Strategies for a Happy New Year
Jan 05 2017
Rank #6: “Desiring the Kingdom” in Lent
This episode features the following songs, available by attribution license:
"Had You Been" and "How it Fades" by Scott Gratton
"Nocturne Op. 48 No. 1" by Podington Bear
The intro and outros are "Idea" and "Remedy for Melancholy" by Kai Engel.
Mar 19 2018
Rank #7: “Making” Time with Fr. Robert Holet
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Sep 14 2017
Rank #8: A Time for Illness, with Elissa Bjeletich
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Sep 21 2017
Rank #9: Evening and Morning
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The intro and outro of Time Eternal are Kai Engel’s “Idea,” and “Remedy for Melancholy,” respectively. His songs “Aspirato” and “Mist and Clouds” are also used in this episode. http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/
Jun 06 2018
Rank #10: Time in Transit
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Sep 29 2017
Rank #11: Looking Back on Lent: Lessons at the Gym
Apr 23 2017
Rank #12: Shame, Despondency, and a New Year
Jan 11 2018
Rank #13: “Death is Coming!” Introducing Season 4 of Time Eternal
In this episode, I mentioned "Death in Orthodox Tradition," a course I am co-teaching with OCA priest Fr. Geoffrey Ready at the Orthodox School of Theology at Trinity College (Toronto). Check out our programme (Canadian spelling, people!) here: https://www.trinityorthodox.ca/
Time Eternal is now on Patreon! Find bonus content and resources here: https://www.patreon.com/nicole_roccas
This episode featured upcoming TE guests Carla Moberg, Fr. Tay Moss, and Fr. Ted Paraskevopoulos. It also featured the following music by Kai Engel: "Idea" (Intro); "Behind Your Window"; and "Remedy for Melancholy" (Outro). http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/
Aug 21 2018
Rank #14: “Humility and Patience to Thy Servant”: Time and Despondency in Lent (Weeks 1 and 2)
You can follow along with the book and the free study guide here: http://store.ancientfaith.com/time-and-despondency/
This episode contains the Prayer of St. Ephrem as well as the following music:
Kai Engel: "Idea," "Irsen's Tale," and "Remedy for Melancholy"
Podington Bear: "Across the River"
Chris Zabriskie: "Prelude 10"
Feb 22 2018
Rank #15: Fr. Tay’s Story
Fr. Tay has been the priest at the Anglican Church of the Messiah in Toronto for 12 years.
The interludes of this episode featured prayers from the Orthodox funeral service for an infant, which you can find here: https://bit.ly/2yYcRud
The Engaging Orthodoxy panel at North Park University is available to view on the Time Eternal blog: https://bit.ly/2yuuVga
As always, the intro (“Idea”) and outro (“Remedy for Melancholy”) music for Time Eternal is written and performed by Kai Engel: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Kai_Engel/
Oct 25 2018
Rank #16: Facing Death Through Catechism
Check out Fr. Ted's podcast iSermon.
If you're interested in hearing more about Fr. Ted's thesis, complete with practical suggestions for catechists and catechumens alike, you can find our uncut conversation here. And here's his YouTube channel.
Sep 27 2018
Rank #17: Who Is Time?
Feb 04 2016
Rank #18: Sites of Eternity: The New Time Eternal Podcast
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Sep 07 2017
Rank #19: Time and Despondency Part II: Escape from the Present
Mar 16 2016
Rank #20: Time and Despondency Part I: The Most Temporal of Passions
Mar 02 2016