Day 342: Generous Hearts (2022) – The Bible in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz)
Fr. Mike comments on the growing divide between Judaism and Christianity that Paul experiences on mission in Acts 21. In 2 Corinthians, Fr. Mike explains the difference between Godly grief that brings us to repentance, and worldly grief that leads us to destruction. We also learn about the importance of imitating the generosity of Christ. Today's readings are Acts 21, 2 Corinthians 6-8, and Proverbs 29:1-4. 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.
890: Is Elon Musk the Antichrist? Is Neurolink the Mark of the Beast? Revelation 13 and End Times – Dr Taylor Marshall Podcast
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WOF 363: Why Art Matters – The Word on Fire Show – Catholic Faith and Culture
Friends, why is art important? An uptick in vandalism against famous pieces of art, calling to mind outbreaks of iconoclasm throughout history, has raised questions about art’s value and purpose. On today’s “Word on Fire Show,” I discuss with Brandon Vogt why art matters. A listener asks, is God’s true nature love or truth? What’s the interplay between those two? Links The Great Story of Israel: Election, Freedom, Holiness by Bishop Robert Barron 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!
Victory over Minerva – Catholic Stuff You Should Know
Fr. John & Fr. Mike discuss examples throughout history where goodness triumphs over evil.
#10925 Open Forum – Michael Lofton – Catholic Answers Live
Questions Covered: 02:34 – How did they elect a new pope in the early years before the conclave? When did it become the responsibility of the college of cardinals? 07:44 – I was taught that Christianity was the reason why the west has hospitals, schools, care for widows and dignity for women etc. but i get pushback saying Buddhist and other religious cultures also had that. 12:52 – Where was Joseph at the time of the crucifixion? 16:35 – With extreme political views like fascism, is Catholicism capable of fending those off? 21:45 – What should we meditate on when praying the Chaplet of Divine Mercy? 23:11 – How should I address a member of my bible study embracing and promoting her daughter’s gender transition. Was it a sin for me not to say anything? 33:27 – I live in a protestant dominant area. Everyone celebrates Christmas early during advent. How much of that should we encourage and participate in? 36:45 – Wouldn’t 1. Cor. 11 make more sense and agree more with consubstantiation because the accidents are still present? 43:10 – In the bible it mentions the veil in the temple being torn in two and as a protestant I was taught that this was a sign that the priesthood was no longer necessary. What is the Catholic understanding? 45:52 – My wife’s cancer medication forced her into early menopause. Knowing that we can’t procreate, Is it moral to engage in the marital act? 49:31 – How do you stay resilient when being faced with attacks from protestants? …
148—Being Is Better Than Not Being—Christopher Mirus – The Catholic Culture Podcast
Christopher V. Mirus, your host’s older brother, is a philosophy professor at the University of Dallas, and author of the new book Being Is Better Than Not Being: The Metaphysics of Goodness and Beauty in Aristotle. In this episode he discusses being a philosopher in the Aristotelian tradition, compares Aristotle’s intellectual and pedagogical approach with Plato’s, and touches on some themes from his book. How does Aristotle identify goodness with the ability to be contemplated – even in the sphere of ethics? What is the relation between friendship and contemplation? How can we call “beautiful” things as different as a morally virtuous human action, the parts of animals, the orbits of the heavenly spheres, and God Himself? What does Aristotle mean when he says that being is better than not being? Links There is a 30% discount on Being Is Better than Nonbeing: The Metaphysics of Goodness and Beauty in Aristotle until December 24th, 2022, as part of the American Catholic Philosophical Association’s annual conference. To get the discount, order from the CUA Press website using discount code “ACPA22”. https://www.cuapress.org/9780813235462/being-is-better-than-not-being/ This podcast is a production of CatholicCulture.org. If you like the show, please consider supporting us! http://catholicculture.org/donate/audio
The Four Marian Dogmas W/ Trent Horn – The Catholic Talk Show
In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys are joined by Trent Horn from Catholic Answers to discuss the 4 Marian Dogmas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Cultivating Unity with Our Protestant Brothers and Sisters – Ask Father Josh (Your Catholic Question and Answer Podcast)
Want to be a part of giving Father Josh’s students the chance to encounter Jesus in Adoration in their own Chapel? Click here! Fr. Josh answers a question about building bridges through Christlike relationships with our Protestant brothers and sisters. He also encourages us to dive into Scripture this Advent by following the example of St. Joseph, a man also rooted in the Word of God. Snippet From the Show Jesus said in the Gospel to go out and make disciples of all nations, of all people. Jesus didn't say to go and make disciples of fellow Catholics, but all people. 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
Supporting Small Catholic Businesses with David Kruse – The Jeff Cavins Show (Your Catholic Bible Study Podcast)
These days, the personal investment with small businesses is often overlooked for expedited shipping and brand status. In today’s episode, we’re invited to an interview with Jeff and OréMoose Founder & CEO David Kruse to find out how to support smaller apostolates who work, not just to make a living, but who strive to bless the body of Christ. Snippet from the Show During the times of Jesus, a father taught his son and his son took up his father's trade. The work that small businesses do means something: it's rooted in passion and life, and it evolves in love. Email us with comments or questions at email@example.com. 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!
Killing the Homeless — Canada's New Form of Mercy – The John-Henry Westen Show
Euthanasia is on the rise in Canada, claiming the lives of mothers, fathers, and children — even with preventable and curable diseases like depression. "Medical Assistance in Dying" or MAiD, must be stopped.CLICK HERE TO INVEST IN LIFESITE'S PRECIOUS METALS PARTNERSHIP: https://stjosephpartners.com/lifesitenews Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
2022-12-07 – Are Christmas Trees Condemned in the Bible? – Women of Grace, Radio
Where #Christmas Trees Condemned in the #Bible? is a question that guest Sue Brinkmann was asked. This notion comes from Jeremiah 10:3-4. The answer is NO . In fact Christmas tress could not be more Catholic. St. Boniface cut down the pagan tree of Thor and pointing at a little fir tree said " “This little tree, a young child of the forest, shall be your holy tree tonight. It is the wood of peace… It is the sign of an endless life, for its leaves are ever green. See how it points upward to heaven. Let this be called the tree of the Christ-child; gather about it, not in the wild wood, but in your own homes; there it will shelter no deeds of blood, but loving gifts and rites of kindness.”
2022-12-07 – The Transgenderism Craze! – Catholic Connection
Teresa sits down with Don Johnson, filmmaker and director of "Dysconnected," a documentary on the transgenderism craze and it's adverse effects. Joan Lewis provides all the latest news from the Vatican.
2022-12-02 – EWTN Pro-Life Weekly | FULL EPISODE – December 1, 2022 – EWTN PRO-LIFE WEEKLY
We highlight women working on the front lines of the movement to end abortion – from doctors, to abortion survivors, to moms, and everything in between. Plus, executives at top fashion brand Balenciaga have apologized for a holiday campaign that exploited children… Prudence Robertson Speaks Out. EWTN Pro-life Weekly with Prudence Robertson airs every Thursday night at 10 PM ET and re-airs on Sundays at 10:30am ET and Tuesdays at 1:30pm ET.
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2021-09-07 – CATHOLIC EPISTLES – Mother Angelica Live Classics
Mother explores the wisdom and instruction found in the Epistles.
Author Insights: an Insider Look at Catholic Publishing – Catholic Exchange
Phillip Campbell is a Catholic author, teacher, publisher, and regular contributor to Catholic Exchange.Join us as we discuss:-The writing process from idea to execution-The future of Catholic literature-How to instill a love of reading in your children-How living in the digital age changes how we read and reduces reading comprehension-Homeschooling options for Catholic families Links:Phillip's latest book Wounds of Love, a story about Padre Pio for young adultsThe Church and the Dark AgesCruachan Hill Press: "Catholic Books for Nerdy Intellectuals"Homeschool ConnectionsArticles at Catholic ExchangeSupport the show
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Deaconesslessness – Way of the Fathers with Mike Aquilina
The questions arise every few years, and each time they're news. Who were the "deaconesses" in the early Church? What was their role? Why did the role vanish in the first millennium? Should the role be revived? The questions are never answered to everyone's satisfaction. Why must that be so? "Divergent expectations in the deaconess debate: Interview with Sister Sara Butler" https://angelusnews.com/faith/divergent-expectations-in-the-deaconess-debate/ International Theological Commission, "From the Diakonia of Christ to the Diakonia of the Apostles" (2002) https://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/congregations/cfaith/cti_documents/rc_con_cfaith_pro_05072004_diaconate_en.html 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
Citizen Kane (1941) – Criteria: The Catholic Film Podcast
For decades critics said Orson Welles’s Citizen Kane was the greatest film ever made. Unfortunately, that intimidating label sometimes keeps people from sitting down and watching the thing. It needn’t be so. Kane is eminently watchable and entertaining. It also definitely isn’t the greatest film of all time, but it’s one of the most technically impressive, especially considering it was directed, produced, co-written and starred in by a 25-year-old who’d never made a movie before. The titular Charles Foster Kane is a character very recognizable to Americans, the larger-than-life business mogul-turned-celebrity who dabbles in politics. Many details of Kane’s private life are known to the general public, but the film tells us that there’s more to a person than what’s said in the newspapers – perhaps especially when that person was himself a newspaperman who took pride in controlling public perception. Kane’s complicated, puzzle-like story structure suggests that fully boring down into the mystery of a man’s life may be impossible, but also makes us feel that the effort to get beneath the façade is worthwhile. Citizen Kane was included on the Vatican’s 1995 list of important films under the category of Art.