Behold the Man No. 60 The real Thanksgiving!

Today on “Behold  The Man”, “My God, My God, why hast thou forsaken me”… words of our Lord from the cross that has always bothered me. Was he in utter despair? Or was he at his strongest? It was Todah… Eucharist!

Show Notes:

* The SHOW NOTES, click HERE, to download a PDF copy.

* The intro song: “Somthings Gotta Go!” from Timothy R. Smith; check out her website HERE.

*Special thanks to Dr. Michael Barber for his great talk on the Todah from the “Word of God” Conference in New Orleans 2010.

Your Homework:

*Read : “From Jewish Passover to Christian Eucharist: The Story of the Todah” by TIM GRAY – HERE

*Read: “The Thank Offering” from the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology – HERE

*Read : “The feast of faith: approaches to a theology of the liturgy” (Pages 54 -57) By Pope Benedict XVI – HERE

*Read: “Kingdom – The Covenant with the House of David” from “Letter & Spirit” by Dr. Scott Hahn  (scroll up 1 page)- HERE

*Read: “The Todah Sacrifice” by Marty Barrack” (half way down) – HERE

*Read: “The Todah Sacrifice as Pattern for the Eucharist” by Stephen Pimentel – HERE

*Read: “The Todah and the Eucharist – Dr. Tim Gray”  by Tom Reagan – HERE

*Read: “What is in a name?” by Pugio Fidel – HERE.

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About the Author: CatholicHack

Joe McClane is the General Manger of KSHJ 1430 AM on the Guadalupe Radio Network, Catholic radio in Houston, TX. Joe spent the last five years serving as the Director and Events Coordinator for the Fullness Of Truth Catholic Evangelization Ministries based in North Houston. Joe has been married, going on thirteen years, to Michelle, and they homeschool their five children. Joe and his family are parishioners of Annunciation Catholic Church in downtown Houston.
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1 Comment

  1. Roy Ornelas

    Very informative!!! Thanks so much Joe. Hope everything is going well and how I wish I could make the conference.

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