Godcasting

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A Godcast is a podcast of religious nature, including music, preaching, seminary lectures, Bible readings, meditations and kids' programs. Such podcasts are available within most religious traditions and across multiple formats - audio only as well as audio-visual.

The number of Godcasts is growing rapidly - many are created by independent churches, synagogues, and seminaries and materials have been recorded by Pope Benedict XVI. [1]

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The Godcast Network appears[where?] to have been the first to register the term on the web, creating its Christian podcast site in October 2004. Founder Craig Patchett holds a trademark on the term.[citation needed]

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  • "From pulpit to iPod", Boston Globe, April 8, 2006
  • "Need a Lift? Try a Godcast", BusinessWeek, May 25, 2005
  • "And The Word is: Godcasting", The Guardian, August 10, 2005
  • "Podcasters getting religion, downloading sermons" Dean Tsouvalas, December 5, 2005
  • "“Godcasts” Hot New Tools of Evangelism" SVC, February 2, 2006
  • "Missed Church? Download It to Your IPod." New York Times, August 29, 2005
  • "Churches Beginning to Embrace Podcasting" Christianity Today, November 27, 2005
  • Kwok, Lillian (August 16, 2006). "More God on Ipods". The Christian Post. Archived from the original on 2006-09-01. Retrieved 2018-05-28.