Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“We Saw His Star in the East: BBC Radio Sunday Worship for Epiphany” (click here for it)
First heard in 2008, this program first aired on BBC Radio’s Sunday religious program for Epiphany. This program, hosted by Fr. James Hanvey, explores the meaning of Epiphany, with readings and music as well as a visit to the Vatican Observatory. [click here to continue]
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