S11 Episode 37 – Tree of tales

In this episode, the dogs talk about Connor's participation in the National Eucharistic Revival (1:15), Rob shares a recent decision to change his approach to campus ministry (14:04), and Mike closes with a Tolkien inspired discussion on living in freedom (20:50). Quotes: “The way the Eucharistic faith will be revitalized is not through us being really smart or eloquent, but by putting our own oxygen masks on first: praying Holy Hours in front of the Blessed Sacrament, devotion to the celebration of the Mass, Eucharistic reverence, and care of the poor.” (Connor, 9:55) "Humility is freedom.” (Connor, 12:58) “We committed to two things for next year: We’re going to live the sabbath in a biblical way and everything that we do has to be done with excellence, that’s it.” (Rob, 15:55) “I don’t want to have attachments to my own agendas, but actually discover things as I go, which means I need to have the freedom to follow where life unfolds.” (Mike, 20:57) "Whose voice is that, because it’s not God’s.” (Rob, 24:30) Media Mentions: National Eucharistic RevivalMark 6The Simpsons (1989- present)Tree of Tales: Tolkien, Literature, and Theology (Eds. Trevor Hart and Ivan Khovacs) References: Scott Thompson (Carrot Top)USCCBPew Research Center (on Transubstantiation)Bishop Robert Joseph Lombardo (Archdiocese of Chicago)Bishop Andrew Cozzens (Diocese of Crookston)Fr. Jorge TorresXXVIII International Eucharistic CongressNational Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, Indiana on July 17- 21, 2024)Bishop Robert BarronFr. Mike SchmitzSr. Miriam James HeidlandSr. Bethany MadonnaMission of Our Lady of the AngelsArchbishop J. Peter Sartain1926 monstrance used in Eucharistic Procession at Mundelein V EncuentroHomer SimpsonJ.R.R. TolkienNazgûl (Ringwraiths) Shout- Outs: Sr. Alicia TorresFr. Paul Porter Bromides: "Let go and let God.""To Church one another as Church.""Let life unfold." Follow us on instagram @threedogsnorth Contact us at threedogsnorth@gmail.com

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