Formed in the Word

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

6 episodes of Formed in the Word since the first episode, which aired on November 24th, 2022.

  • The Epiphany of the Lord

    January 8th, 2023  |  35 mins 48 secs

    Dr. Prothro and Dr. McGrew reflect on the lectionary Mass readings for The Epiphany of Our Lord. On this day, we ponder the mystery that God has revealed Himself to all nations in Christ, His gift of salvation, and the gift of ourselves back to Jesus.  

  • Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God

    January 1st, 2023  |  32 mins 37 secs

    Continue this Christmas season with Dr. James Prothro and Dr. Israel McGrew as they reflect on the Sunday readings for the Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God. This beautiful feast of Mary leads us to more deeply understanding the union of Jesus' divine and human natures. 

  • Fourth Sunday in Advent

    December 12th, 2022  |  35 mins 14 secs

    This Formed in the Word podcast is a production of the Augustine Institute. Your hosts review the upcoming readings for this Sunday's mass, explain their context and help you appreciate the Church's wisdom in selecting them.

  • Third Sunday in Advent

    December 5th, 2022  |  28 mins 40 secs

    This Formed in the Word podcast is a production of the Augustine Institute. Your hosts review the upcoming readings for this Sunday's mass, explain their context and help you appreciate the Church's wisdom in selecting them.

  • Second Sunday in Advent

    November 28th, 2022  |  34 mins 1 sec

    This Formed in the Word podcast is a production of the Augustine Institute. Your hosts review the upcoming readings for this Sunday's mass, explain their context and help you appreciate the Church's wisdom in selecting them.

  • First Sunday in Advent

    November 24th, 2022  |  36 mins 36 secs

    This Formed in the Word podcast is a production of the Augustine Institute. Your hosts review the upcoming readings for this Sunday's mass, explain their context and help you appreciate the Church's wisdom in selecting them.