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My Catholic Life! presents the beauty and splendor of our Catholic faith in a down to earth and practical way. These daily audio reflections come from the "Catholic Daily Reflections Series" which is available in online format from our website. They are also available in e eBook or paperback format. May these reflections assist you on your journey of personal conversion!
 
Join well-known theologian and author Edward Sri for weekly insights on understanding and living out the Catholic faith. Delve deeper into the Bible, prayer time, virtue, relationships, marriage and family and culture with practical reflections on all things Catholic. Don't just go through the motions. Live as an intentional Catholic, a disciple of Jesus Christ.
 
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Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1045 Psalter: Friday, Week III, 1454 Common of Several Martyrs: 1981 (verse) Proper of Seasons: 996 (first reading) Proper of Saints: 1860 (second reading, concluding prayer) Office of Readings for Friday in Easter, the Memorial of Saint Charles Lwanga and Companions, Martyrs God, come to my…
 
Episode 2 – The Holy Rule of St. Benedict: A Spiritual Path for Today’s World with Fr. Mauritius Wilde O.S.B., PhD. In Place of Many Vain Words, Silence. There is a time for speaking and a time for silence. The secret of silence…it is the best way to listen to God. From the Holy Rule of St. Benedict: CHAPTER VI Of Silence Let us do what the Prophet…
 
Jesus said to his disciples: “Thus it is written that the Christ would suffer and rise from the dead on the third day and that repentance, for the forgiveness of sins, would be preached in his name to all the nations, beginning from Jerusalem. You are witnesses of these things. And behold I am sending the promise of my Father upon you; but stay in …
 
Some Christians claim that Peter, the man, is not the rock on which Jesus builds his Church, but Peter’s profession of faith is. Actually, no. Apologist Suan Sonna explains why.Cy Kellett: Did Jesus really found the Catholic church with a pun? Suan Sonna is next.Cy Kellett: Hello, and welcome to Focus, the Catholic Answers Podcast for living, under…
 
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In a wide-ranging and erudite interview, poet and translator Ryan Wilson joins the podcast to discuss how the poet makes use of the classical virtue of xenia or hospitality, what poets can learn from the work of translation, the "romantic turn" (inner vision) and the "classical turn" (communication/craft) in poetry, the great Latin poet Horace, and…
 
In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I'm joined once again by my good friend Catholic convert, author, and historian Rod Bennett to talk about the apostles, apostolic succession, and how the Early Church understood the role of these very first Christian leaders. Rod always brings incredible insights into Early Christianity and this episode is n…
 
Friends, on this Seventh Sunday of Easter, the Church gives us the privilege of hearing the very last words of the Bible. If you're reading poetry, a novel, or even a great work of history, the last words are of tremendous importance. We hear today a kind of coda or denouement after the great climax of the biblical story, and it gives us a clue as …
 
Questions Covered:05:30 – Why do Catholics deny the idea of once saved always saved if in 1 Jn 3:6 it says, “Whoever keeps sinning has not known Jesus?” 15:11 – With the recent mass shooting in Texas, is it safe to infer that God does not intervene in these situations due to the respect he has for free will? 21:36 – What’s the Catholic perspective …
 
In this three-part series, Dr. Brett Salked sits down with John Jalsevac to discuss their experiences of unhealthy approaches to faith and truth-seeking and work out healthier ways forward. Show Snippet: "We talk a lot about truth, we say, "All I care about is truth, and Christ is the Truth; I believe in Christ, therefore, I have the Truth," and th…
 
Is it ok to be angry? Anger is a common experience and can occur for many reasons. But how do you know if anger is good or bad? In this episode, Dr. Sri shares the answer to this important question. Snippet from the Show When we truly love someone, we desire the very best for them. For full shownotes, visit Ascensionpress.com/Allthingscatholic, or …
 
Today's episode is a repost from an originally aired podcast from June 2021. This primer on the Eucharist is timely because once again we have debate on barring the Sacrament from public officials who support access to abortion, this time Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. It is an important time to learn for ourselves about the history and meaning…
 
Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò recently said that Novus Ordo should be ABOLISHED. Dr Taylor Marshall comments. Do you agree? Watch this new podcast episode by clicking here: Or listen to the audio mp3 here: If you’d like to order a copy of Taylor’s new book Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within, you can order it in Hardback, Kindl…
 
Friends, in the book of Revelation, Jesus says, “Listen! I am standing at the door, knocking; if you hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to you and eat with you and you with me.” But how does this work? How do we allow him into our hearts? That’s what Brandon Vogt and I discuss in today’s episode of “The Word on Fire Show.” A listener a…
 
While many of us watch the Russian invasion of Ukraine unfold from afar, Dina Brick, senior technical adviser for food security and markets for Catholic Relief Services, has seen the crisis firsthand. On the latest episode of Talking Catholic, Brick describes seeing families torn apart and those struggling to make ends meet during her time on the g…
 
“From the beginning it was not so.” We have left the state of innocence irrevocably behind. To have a good understanding of our anthropology we have to have a good understanding of where we are from. A search into history plunges us into our roots. Christ calls man to refer to the beginning of human existence: theological prehistory. It is indispen…
 
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