Loving And Caring For The Marginalized With Anne Desantis

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-g9q5n-10e5b14 Catholic author, speaker Anne DeSantis joins me to discuss her new book "Love And Care For The Marginalized". It is a book that gives 40 reflections for #Catholics on how we can reach out those around us. In this interview we will not only discuss the book, but who the #marginalized are and how... Continue Reading →

Source & Summit Is Elevating The Liturgy

Adam Bartlett of Source & Summit recently joined me to discuss what his organization is doing to elevate the liturgy. We discuss music, antiphons, online resources for parishes, and how we can elevate the celebration of the Novus Ordo to be fitting of the worship of Christ. Liturgy And Missal To that effect they recently... Continue Reading →

The Dead Sea Scrolls and Early Christianity

Dr. John Bergsma recently joined me to discuss the dead sea scrolls and their influence on Early Christianity. What did the Qumran community the Messiah? Who was the Teacher of Righteousness? What was the significance of ritual bathing? What was so important about the way they prepared for meals and the position of the presider?... Continue Reading →

Death And Judgment In Ecclesiastes 3

When one reads the words of Qohelet (please note that Qohelet and Ecclesiastes are referring to the same work) the skepticism that is experienced is real.  On the surface it seems much different that other books of the Old Testament.  Perhaps new ideas were emerging regarding a postmortem judgment during the postexilic period.  When the... Continue Reading →

Being Light And Leaven In The World

I recently had the honor of sitting down with Bishop Joseph Strickland to discuss his book "Light and Leaven". We have a conversation about his book, but more importantly we discuss how the laity can help renew the church. In our conversation we discuss the importance of the eucharist, how catechists can convey this vital... Continue Reading →

Having Some Alone Time Is Okay

22 Immediately he made the disciples get into the boat and go on ahead to the other side, while he dismissed the crowds. 23 And after he had dismissed the crowds, he went up the mountain by himself to pray. When evening came, he was there alone, 24 but by this time the boat, battered by the waves, was far... Continue Reading →

The Rosary Made Me Catholic

Jeffery Stevens is a convert to the Catholic faith and an author. In this interview Jeffrey describes his childhood and the role that faith played, how he came to accept Jesus as savior, and how the rosary led him to discover the Catholic church. It is a heartwarming story and so inspiring. The Role Of... Continue Reading →

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