Why do we gather at night?
Do we respond to Jesus as the people of Jerusalem did?
As I mentioned before, my homily recordings are available in podcast form. Previously it was available only via iTunes, Stitcher, and a direct RSS feed, but I can now announce another way that Android users can get their podcasts (including mine): Google has finally released podcasts on Google Play Music! As is par for the course when Google rolls out a new feature, not everyone will have it right away, but eventually every Android user will have podcasts available through the Google Play Music app.
I set up the feed via Google’s Podcast Portal months ago when it was first announced, so it’s ready to go now! You can subscribe here, use the podcast links on the sidebar, or you may be able to search for it via the Google Play Music app. (It hasn’t rolled out to me yet, so I’ll update this when I can verify for myself.)
Also, small teaser, but hopefully a new podcast will be coming out in the near future. Stay tuned…
I’ve decided to make a change in how I share my homilies. Instead of using individual posts for each homily, I’m moving over to the Sermon Browser plugin for WordPress. This should allow more flexibility in how the homilies are posted, as well as providing a much cleaner way to view the homilies previously posted. I’m slowly adding the old homilies (3 years worth!), and new homilies will be posted there from now on.
For those who are following via the podcast (you do realize I have a homily podcast, right?), I’ve already made the change so that any homilies posted via Sermon Browser will show up in the podcast. It should be seamless, but that doesn’t always happen.
Let me know what you think!