Our First Podcast!


PJ and I are proud to announce our first podcast for Via Lucis. We have been thinking about doing this for about three or four years, but just got around to it now. The first episode – the Sack of Béziers – was published today on the Podbean platform, but is available at all the sites below.

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If this is something that our Via Lucis community likes, we will continue to do this in the future. Meanwhile, we encourage you to follow the podcast and to comment.

14 thoughts on “Our First Podcast!

  1. Hi

    Love the blog/emails

    Any chance you could release the podcast Through the iTunes store?

    Thanx On Sat, 23 Feb 2019 at 9:58 am, Via Lucis Photography wrote:

    > Dennis Aubrey posted: “PJ and I are proud to announce our first podcast > for Via Lucis. We have been thinking about doing this for about three or > four years, but just got around to it now. The first episode – the Sack of > Béziers – was published today on the Podbean platform. ” >

      1. Yes, I’d listen to them. But I have to admit it was the first podcast I’d ever listened to. I assumed it was going to be good, having read your writing for so many years!

  2. I learn so much from you. Being reminded of the insanity that was routinely carried out in the name of God brings fourth memories of much more recent atrocities committed by people who truly believed they were acting at the bequest of Allah in Iraq and Syria. Religion has such a bloody past, and you would think that today’s faithful would have learned something from the past 6,000 years. From where I sit, I fear that these lessons of the past have taught us little. I have never been a religious person, and my reasons are summed up in the words of your first podcast. Please make these verbal images continue, and if their quality will be anything like your blog posts over all these years, your followers will be enriched with every episode.

    1. Vann, it is always hard to write these kinds of stories, but they need to be told. In truth, these churches are so full of these stories that sometimes they tell themselves, if we would only listen. Thanks for your kind words, as always.

  3. I just spend half an hour on a comment that my computer ate for breakfast! In short, Bravo! You did it and you did yourself proud. The history and eternal significance of Béziers is bone chilling, and your philosophical, anthropological reflection at the end of the podcast will stay with me.

    1. All that work into the ether, Gordon! Are you sure Elijah wasn’t messing with your computer? He looks a little Mischievous! Thanks for your kind words and the conversation the other day. Our next podcast will be about Angelico Surchamp, hopefully next week.

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