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Sermons and Podcasts from St. Bede's Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia

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Sermons and Podcasts from St. Bede's Episcopal Church in Atlanta, Georgia

    Sermon - The Second Sunday in Lent

    Sermon - The Second Sunday in Lent

    John 3:1-17 - Translation of Bishop Wright's sermon provided by Judah Sali
    Image: Public DomainNicodemus visiting Jesus

    Henry Ossawa Tanner (June 21, 1859 May 25, 1937) was an American artist and the first African-American painter to gain international acclaim. Tanner moved to Paris, France, in 1891 to study, and continued to live there after being accepted in French artistic circles. His painting entitled Daniel in the Lions' Den was accepted into the 1896 Salon, the official art exhibition of the Acadmie des Beaux-Arts in Paris. After his own self-study in art as a young man, Tanner enrolled in 1879 at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia. The only black student, he became a favorite of the painter Thomas Eakins, who had recently begun teaching there. Tanner made other connections among artists, including Robert Henri. In the late 1890s he was sponsored for a trip to Palestine by Rodman Wanamaker, who was impressed by his paintings of biblical themes.

    • 24 min
    Sermon - The First Sunday in Lent

    Sermon - The First Sunday in Lent

    Matthew 4:1-11 - Image credit: Public Domain (wikiart)
    Ilya Repin (1844-1930), Follow me, Satan (Temptation of Jesus Christ)

    • 21 min
    Sermon (El Sermón) - Ash Wednesday (Miércoles de Ceniza)

    Sermon (El Sermón) - Ash Wednesday (Miércoles de Ceniza)

    Matthew (San Mateo) 6:1-6, 16-21

    • 16 min
    Sermon - The Last Sunday after the Epiphany

    Sermon - The Last Sunday after the Epiphany

    Matthew 17:1-9 - Image credit: Pubic Domain
    The Transfiguration of Christ is a c.1480 oil on panel painting by the Italian Renaissance masterGivovanni Bellini (c. 1430 26 November 1516), now in the housed in the Capodimonte Gallery of Naples, Italy.

    • 13 min
    Sermon - The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

    Sermon - The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany

    Matthew 5:13-20 - Image credit (public domain) Sermon on the Mountain (1896)
    Kroly Ferenczy (February 8, 1862 March 18, 1917) was a Hungarian painter and leading member of the Nagybnya artists' colony. He was among several artists who went to Munich for study in the late nineteenth century, where he attended free classes by the Hungarian painter, Simon Hollsy. Upon his return to Hungary, Ferenczy helped found the artists colony in 1896, and became one of its major figures. Ferenczy is considered the "father of Hungarian impressionism and post-impressionism" and the "founder of modern Hungarian painting."

    Sermon - The Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

    Sermon - The Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

    Luke 2:22-40 - Image: Public Domain from WikiArtThe Presentation at the Temple is a painting by the Italian Renaissance artist Andrea Mantegna. Dating to c. 1455, it is housed in the Gemldegalerie, Berlin, Germany.

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