Tag Archives: Christmas

Behold The Man No. 63 The King, the Queen, and their Son!

Today, on “Behold The Man” we dive deep on the readings of the 4th Sunday in the season of Advent… looking at the promised “Mother and her Child”, the anointed son of David who will sit on the throne forever! It becomes clear that Jesus is that child but, we also see how Joseph therefore is the NEW David, and Mary is the NEW Queen Mother!

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Behold The Man – Trilogy on Christmas! All 3 shows in one place!

Behold The Man Christmas Trilogy! Advent Show Saint Matthew Show Saint Luke Show http://media.blubrry.com/catholic/p/joemcclane.travisboudreaux.com/podpress_trac/web/697/0/BTM_No19.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSS | Check out the podcast resource page!

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Behold The Man No. 21 Saint Luke Christmas Special

Merry Christmas! Today, we go through Saint Luke’s narrative of the Nativity story.  Like the shepherds in the fields, keeping watch over their flocks, we should keep watch over our souls and be ready for the Christ child wrapped in swaddling clothes.  We also show how the birth, and offering of our Lord in the […]

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Behold The Man: Saint Matthew Christmas Special

Today, on “Behold The Man” we focus on Saint Matthew’s narrative of the nativity of our Lord.  We utilize the commentary from the “Navarre Bible: New Testament”, and the “Ignatius Catholic Study Bible: St. Matthew’s Gospel” for deep insights into the passages.  You can pick your copy of both HERE. The music in this episode: […]

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Behold The Man No. 19: Advent Special: Carrol's & Lesson's Hacker Style!

Today on “Behold The Man” we talk about Advent! When did it start, what does it mean, how do you prepare your heart!  It’s really a mini “Carrol’s & Lessons” allowing us to journey through Salvation History to discover how the Nativity of Our Lord fulfills all of human history, destiny, and prophesy!  God, put […]

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TCH 74 Christmas Special – Mary did you know?

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Mary did you know? Welcome back! Today we roll up our sleeves and dive deep through salvation history to discover, once again, the economy of our salvation. We find ourselves in a cave in the “House of Bread” adoring the gift wrapped, in swaddling clothes, and presented to us as food for our journey. I […]

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