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The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)
In The Bible in a Year podcast, Fr. Mike Schmitz walks you through the entire Bible in 365 episodes, providing commentary, reflection, and prayer along the way. Unlike any other Bible podcast, Ascension’s Bible in a Year podcast follows a reading plan inspired by The Great Adventure Bible Timeline, a ground-breaking approach to understanding salvation history developed by renowned Catholic Bible scholar Jeff Cavins. For each period in the timeline, Jeff will join Fr. Mike for a special episode that will help you understand the context of each reading. With this podcast, you won’t just read...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 48,504 ratings
I just finished. (Started in July of 2021 ended August 11, 2022) took several week long breaks along the way and often did multiple podcasts in a single day. Very rewarding encounter with sacred scripture. Thank you Ascension for making this! I highly recommend it.
jmjradford via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/11/22
“Oh gosh”
Almost every commentary starts with “oh gosh” or “man oh man”. Little bit annoying. Otherwise great podcasts.
EvaJa7 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/11/22
It’s been a great year!
Protestant here—- I enjoy the books like Maccabees and Judith and Tobit and Wisdom!!. Bought a catholic Bible years ago to have those books. Have enjoyed this podcast daily 2021 and am thankful for it!! Blessings Fr Mike! Update: 1/1/22 beginning 2nd time!! Update: 8/10/22 still going! 🙏🏼🤍
Chel Kahle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/10/22
Recent Episodes
Fr. Mike introduces us to the prophet Jeremiah, who is also known as the Prophet of Doom and the Weeping Prophet. He explains what makes Jeremiah different than the other prophets, and encourages us to cling closely to him as we hear about his difficult call. Today's readings are Jeremiah 1,...
Published 08/12/22
Fr. Mike takes us through the last chapter of Isaiah by explaining how our emotions can sometimes get in the way of us responding well to those around us. This means mourning with those who mourn, and rejoicing with those who rejoice, as Isaiah teaches us in preparation for the coming of Christ....
Published 08/11/22
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