Day 17: Jacob Meets Esau (2022) – The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)
Fr. Mike dives into the love Jacob has for God, and how this is shown when Jacob meets Esau. Today's readings are Genesis 33-34, Job 23-24, and Proverbs 3:13-18. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children – parental discretion is advised.
788: Taylor Marshall on FoxNews with Rachel Campos-Duffy on “SatanClubs” and Infiltration [Podcast] – Dr Taylor Marshall Catholic Show
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WOF 319: Dante’s Catholic Imagination – The Word on Fire Show – Catholic Faith and Culture
Today we share Lesson 1 from Bishop Barron's latest Word on Fire Institute course titled "Dante's Catholic Imagination." Listen as Bishop Barron leads us on a journey through the life of Dante and his major work, The Divine Comedy, the great literary treasure dedicated to the dynamics of the Christian spiritual life. In this first lesson from the course, Bishop Barron introduces us to Dante Alighieri, the thirteenth-century Italian poet who authored the epic poem. This seminal work captures the Catholic imagination of the dynamic afterlife in three distinct sections: Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso. Join the Word on Fire Institute today to get access to the rest of this great course! NOTE: Do you like this podcast? Become a patron and get some great perks for helping, like free books, bonus content, and more. Word on Fire is a non-profit ministry that depends on the support of our listeners…like you! So be part of this mission, and join us today!
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#10455 Your Bible Questions – Jimmy Akin – Catholic Answers Live
Questions Covered: 01:26 – In Revelation 12, it talks about how the woman has birth pains when delivering her son. Is there any evidence that this refers to Mary’s pain at the foot of the cross? 12:25 – From scripture, is there a difference between dogma and doctrine? 17:10 – Is there anything that describes if the prophecies of Isaiah have all come true? 20:41 – In Matthew 27:52-53 when all the people rose from the dead when Christ was crucified, why is it not recorded in any gospels other than Matthew? What kind of impact did it have on Jerusalem? 28:44 – In Samuel 4:1-11, the Philistines went and got the Ark of the Lord from Shiloh. What is the ark? Why did the Lord leave Israel to lose to the Philistines? 34:24 – When we pray in accordance with the scriptures, what scriptures are we referring to? 39:32 – What amount of awareness did Mary have during the passion of Christ? 44:58 – The New American Bible has a note that the 2nd story of creation in Genesis is a much older narrative than the 1st. Does this mean that the 2nd story was written before the 1st? 49:37 – In Matthew 24:34, what do you think about the events that must happen before the end of time? What did Jesus mean by “this generation”? 52:24 – When Jesus cursed the fig tree, was it just to teach a lesson or was he truly angry? …
122 – Minor Indignities – T.C. Merrill – The Catholic Culture Podcast
T.C. Merrill's debut novel, Minor Indignities, is an evocative portrayal of the vanity of undergraduate life at an Ivy League university. Its protagonist, a freshman consumed with what others think of him intellectually, socially and sexually, only makes a fool of himself the more he strains to impress. The novel ultimately becomes a richness of embarrassments whose final catastrophe illustrates the saying of St. Bernard: “Humiliation is the way to humility.” Merrill joins the show to talk about his novel, his essay "The Situation of the Catholic Novelist", Waugh's Brideshead Revisited, how a fiction writer should approach depicting sexuality, the relation between art and emotion, and René Girard. Watch interview on YouTube: https://youtu.be/xH1Fm6C9i7E Links Minor Indignities https://www.wisebloodbooks.com/store/p103/minor-indignities-by-trevor-cribben-merrill.html "The Situation of the Catholic Novelist" https://www.wisebloodbooks.com/store/p116/The-Situation-of-the-Catholic-Novelist.html This podcast is a production of CatholicCulture.org. If you like the show, please consider supporting us! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio
The 5 Most Misquoted & Misused Bible Verses – The Catholic Talk Show
In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss misused, abused, and misunderstood Bible verses and put them back into their proper context. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Growing in Compassion, Seeing Christ in Others, and Emotional Chastity – Ask Father Josh (Your Catholic Question and Answer Podcast)
Fr. Josh answers questions on emotional chastity, growing in compassion, and seeing Christ in others. Snippet From the Show By the virtue of my Baptism, I am the Body of the Christ. When the Father sees me, the Father sees his beloved Son. Text “askfrjosh” to 33-777 to subscribe to Fr. Josh’s shownotes or go to http://www.AscensionPress.com/askfatherjosh Submit your questions and feedback to Fr.Josh by filling out a form at http://www.ascensionpress.com/askfatherjosh
Grape Branches – Embrace Your Spiritual Seasons! – The Jeff Cavins Show (Your Catholic Bible Study Podcast)
God helps us to grow into the fruitful branches he needs us to be by having us endure different spiritual seasons. Just like each season is essential to the growth of a fruitful grape vine, each spiritual season plays an essential part in helping us as disciples better follow Christ. Jeff offers some comforting perspective on this and encourages us to embrace the seasons we're in, even if it is one of pruning and cleansing. _Show Snippet _ "I am the true vine, and my Father is the vinedresser. Every branch of mine that bears no fruit, he takes away, and every branch that does bear fruit he prunes, that it may bear more fruit," John 15: 1-2 Email us with comments or questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. Text “jeffcavins” to 33-777 to subscribe and get Jeff’s shownotes delivered straight to your email! Or visit ascensionpress.com/thejeffcavinsshow for full shownotes!
John-Henry Westen explains how Catholics should act when Pope Francis contradicts Church teaching – The John-Henry Westen Show
LifeSite's Danielle Zuccaro asks John-Henry Westen a variety of questions submitted by "Sustainers," our beloved monthly donors. In today's episode, John-Henry discusses what Catholics should do if they witness a priest's irreverent or sacrilegious treatment of the Eucharist, how to think about Pope Francis' most troubling statements, and much more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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2022-01-14 – Infant of Prague (Encore from 1-14-21) – Women of Grace, Radio
The devotion to the Holy Child Jesus has long been a tradition of the Catholic Church for a very long time. This devotion is a veneration of our Lord's sacred Infancy. On today's WOMEN OF GRACE host Johnnette Williams ask listeners to call in with their stories on devotion to the Holy Infant. Many call in telling how their family had a statue in their home and dressed it according to the season or feast day. Johnnette shares that many graces, blessings, favors and miraculous healings have been received by many who petitioned before the Infant Jesus. ENCORE from Jan 14 2021
2022-01-13 – A High Seas Adventure – Catholic Connection
Teresa comes to listeners live from the high seas aboard the Good News Marriage Cruise!
2022-01-14 – | FULL EPISODE – Analysis of Build Back Better Act & Voting Rights Legislation, FDA Push to Allow Mail-Order Abortion Pills, Pro-life NFL Star – EWTN PRO-LIFE WEEKLY
Senate Democrats want to advance the Build Back Better Act without pro-life protections, as well as voting rights legislation that Republicans refer to as a “partisan power grab.” Senator Mike Braun (R-IN) and SBA List’s VP of Government Affairs Marilyn Musgrave react and provide analysis. State Rep. and former nursed Stephanie Klick (TX-91) was the lead author of Texas’ newly signed law that places restrictions on dangerous chemical abortion drugs. She reacts to the recent news that Joe Biden’s Food and Drug Administration will now allow these drugs to be mailed to women without requiring an in-person doctor’s visit. Prudence Robertson ‘Speaks Out’ against France and Ireland’s decision to expand its free contraception plan to women 25 and under. NFL tight end for the Jacksonville Jaguars Jacob Hollister joins the show to share about his courageous choice to sponsor the pro-life group Live Action for this year’s ‘My Cause My Cleats’ Event. EWTN Pro-Life Weekly with Prudence Robertson airs on EWTN every Thursday night at 10 pm ET. It re-airs on Sundays at 10:30 am and Tuesdays at 1:30 pm ET.
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- 2021-12-10 – | FULL EPISODE – Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith, Reaction to Dobbs, Reform Wellness
- 2021-12-03 – | FULL EPISODE – Supreme Court Abortion Case, Gov. Tate Reeves, Roe’s Science is Outdated
- 2021-11-19 – | FULL EPISODE – U.S. Bishops Meet in Baltimore, Pass Eucharist Document
2021-09-07 – CATHOLIC EPISTLES – Mother Angelica Live Classics
Mother explores the wisdom and instruction found in the Epistles.
Courageous Christians Living Their Faith in Muslim Lands | Casey J. Chalk – Catholic Exchange
Throughout the world, over 200 million Christians face extreme persecution and violence. Even if they can escape the religious persecution in their home nation, they face further trials throughout their refugee and relocation, if they even get such an opportunity. Longtime CE contributor Casey Chalk joins us to discuss the plight of the brave Christians who face such trials in Muslim nations and the places they flee to. As detailed in his new book, The Persecuted, Mr. Chalk has had a chance to hear first-hand accounts from Christian families he met while working in Bangkok. His book tells the stories of Christians in peril and even of modern martyrs — and then lays out a strategic plan for rescuing as many as possible from their plight.You can pick up Casey Chalk's book at SophiaInstitute.comSupport the show (https://catholicexchange.com/donate)
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Against the Greek Schisms Q&A – OnePeterFive Podcast
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55—Isidore of Seville: Last of the Red-Hot Latin Fathers – Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina
Isidore of Seville lived at a time when the memory (or fantasy) of a homogeneous Roman culture was rapidly fading. It was a time to gather the last of the classical harvest into the barns. The conquering “barbarians,” the Visigoths, had now been ruling in Spain for centuries. They were no longer foreigners. Rather, a new culture was forming, a “melting pot” of Roman and northern elements. A man of holy ambition, Isidore laid strong foundations for the medieval European culture that would follow. LINKS Isidore of Seville, The Etymologies https://sfponline.org/Uploads/2002/st%20isidore%20in%20english.pdf Isidore of Seville, On the Ecclesiastical Offices https://www.google.com/books/edition/Isidore_of_Seville/_YhkqmfNeIIC?hl=en&gbpv=1 Ernest Brehaut, An Encyclopedist of the Dark Ages: Isidore of Seville (biography, with a detailed critical appreciation of his works and partial translation of The Etymologies) https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/51511 Mike Aquilina’s website https://fathersofthechurch.com Mike Aquilina’s books https://catholicbooksdirect.com/writer/mike-aquilina/ Theme music: Gaudeamus (Introit for the Feast of All Saints), sung by Jeff Ostrowski. Courtesy of Corpus Christi Watershed http://www.ccwatershed.org Donate today! https://www.catholicculture.org/users/donate/audio
"Everything is yours" – Dekalog: Ten (1988) – Criteria: The Catholic Film Podcast
In the 50th episode of Criteria, James and Thomas finally conclude their look at Dekalog, the series of short films inspired by the Ten Commandments which Krzysztof Kieslowski made for Polish television in the late 1980s. Kieslowski concludes his notoriously bleak series on a (slightly) lighter note, the Tenth Commandment against coveting thy neighbor's goods providing plenty of opportunities to poke fun at human silliness. The absurdity is compounded when the thing being coveted is a stamp collection. Though Dekalog: Ten begins with one of its main characters singing a song that encourages the breaking of all 10 commandments, with the refrain "everything is yours", in this episode the protagonists are less the chief transgressors against the tenth commandment than they are stuck in a world shaped by the covetousness of those around them. These two brothers inherit a valuable stamp collection from their father, who neglected them in order to pursue his obsession. Along with the stamps they inherit, for a dangerous moment, his vice of covetousness, and in doing so, come to understand that that he craved was not so much the stamps as the escape from all problems and responsibilities provided by this juvenile quest. Thus the final Dekalog film continues the series' continual examination of the sins of fathers, and through this subject matter, Kieslowski's preoccupation with the terrible responsibility of human freedom and the stark consequences our actions have in the lives of others. For nobody has more responsibility than a father. In this case, the sons find some degree of reconciliation with the dead father who wounded them – or at least, they arrive at understanding through solidarity in weakness. The film's rueful observation is that we often understand and compassionate our parents only after falling into their same vices. Watch this discussion on YouTube: Dekalog can be difficult to find. It can be streamed online with a (relatively cheap and surprisingly legal) subscription to https://easterneuropeanmovies.com—the best viewing experience, however, will be the recent restored edition on Blu-Ray/DVD from Criterion. https://www.criterion.com/films/28661-dekalog Older editions on Blu-Ray and DVD are available for considerably cheaper on Amazon and elsewhere, and you may have luck borrowing Dekalog from your local library. Music is The Duskwhales, “Take It Back”, used with permission. https://theduskwhales.bandcamp.com/ This podcast is a production of CatholicCulture.org. If you like the show, please consider supporting us! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio