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Join Fr. Innocent, Fr. Angelus, Fr. Pierre Toussaint, and Fr. Mark-Mary, priests of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, each week to discuss authentic faith in today's world as they share stories and wisdom from years of prayer, community life, and work with the poor. It all comes back to this: finding deep friendship with Jesus. Seeing him work in our lives everyday. Through topics as varied as mental health, the confessional, and NYC neighbors, the Poco A Poco Podcast is here to accompan ...
 
Personal conversations about God's work in peoples' lives, in the Church and in the world. Joining host Mark Nehrbas from Franciscan University of Steubenville are many of the men and women who speak at Franciscan University's Summer Conferences. A weekly podcast from Franciscan University of Steubenville, Ohio, USA.
 
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Dr. Robert Fastiggi is a professor of theology at Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit. He is a prolific authore and esteemed professor, teaching at Sacred Heart since 1999. Listen in as he discusses how parents can cultivate a life of faith in the family. 1. What does the Church teach regarding the duty of parents as primary educators of their c…
 
Second Week of Advent God doesn’t make empty promises. But for many people… there are promises they won’t see fulfilled in their lifetimes. In receiving his promises, we also have to receive his timeline. What does it look like to let God take his time? Start with stillness; sit in it; talk to him about it; think about when God has fulfilled his pr…
 
No 3º episódio da série de podcasts "Juntos que se constroem sonhos", recebemos Nevio Fiorin que fez uma análise de conjuntura acerca das crises e da necessidade de se ter um olhar direcionado para o futuro e Frei James Girardi, que discorreu sobre a importância do diálogo na vocação franciscana a partir do magistério do Papa Francisco.…
 
First Week of Advent The lived experience of most people is: life is hard. We’re still in this valley of tears. We live it, but might not be relating it in a way that’s helpful… we just drag it around. Enter: Advent. A season of hope and of promises fulfilled. Expectant hope, with confidence that the Lord is good and is at work for our good in our …
 
A series on King David: Part 4 of 4 Are we good at repenting? When someone notices our stuff and points it out… are we open to it? To repenting wholeheartedly? Or do we hold onto it? We need help repenting and finding healing, so God constantly sends prophets to speak into the lives of his chosen people. David’s a really good example of how to be f…
 
Listen as Bill Schmitt shares his expertise from a career in journalism, both as a journalist and a teacher of journalism and multi-platform communication, and enlightens us on current trends in communication and how we need to communicate in such a way as to encourage the pursuit of truth. Jesus Christ is the truth, so seeking and communicating tr…
 
A series on King David: Part 3 of 4 David sinned when he wasn’t doing what he was supposed to be doing; when he had pulled back from God’s calling. We have to be careful of comfort and of being distracted, because it leads to a place of being unfaithful. Instead, we have to keep moving forward in God’s will, which can regularly take us to less comf…
 
MANHÃ FRANCISCANA Entrevista Frei Marcelo Tadeu da Silva Cardoso, frade estudante do 3º ano de Filosofia e Frei Samuel Ferreira de Lima, mestre do Tempo de Filosofia em Rondinha, testemunhos de luta e superação da Covid Confira estas e outras participações no Programa Manhã Franciscana. Estamos no ar aos domingos, das 7h às 8h, na rádio Celinauta, …
 
A series on King David: Part 2 of 4 David is tender to his sheep, and also willing to fight for them. And he’ll be the same in his future vocation—the way that he was shepherd is the way he will be king. As he fights Goliath, he reveals something to us about the heart of God: God will go to battle against our giants. Though David wasn’t skilled or …
 
"Nones", or those who have no religious affiliation are a growing segment of the population, with research showing that up to 1/3 of the population fits into this demographic. Dr. Tamra Fromm has done extensive research into this demographic and has interesting insights to share. 1. Who and what are the "Nones". 2. How did this segment grow so larg…
 
A series on King David: Part 1 of 4 There’s always some mystery involved in an anointing. God doesn’t select the person we expect; this happens throughout the Old Testament and with the Apostles. There’s a mystery of who God calls and how God calls. God still calls really talented people, but not because they’re talented. We are not our skills. God…
 
In this episode, Fr. Albert Haase, OFM, discusses the Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis, Gaudete et Exsultate. The call to holiness in today's world. Click here for the document The call to holiness is more ancient than the Church. Can anyone strive to become holy as God is holy? Can you become holy all at once, or is it a lifetime journey? Wha…
 
“I haven’t believed enough that he is enough.” That’s what Br Angelo says as a guest on this episode, and how true is it for each of us? Even when we experience God’s goodness, repeatedly and in big and small ways, it can be a struggle to keep believing that God is enough. He is LORD. He is enough, and we only have to give him permission to work. I…
 
MANHÃ FRANCISCANA Entrevista: Irmãs Franciscanas da Terceira Ordem Seráfica, Ir. Vera Maria Campos, Ir. Marta Lopes (Provincial) e Ir. Inês Godoy, conversam sobre a Casa de Apoio Sol Nascente, em Lagoinha, que trabalha com os portadores do vírus HIV/AIDS. Confira estas e outras participações no Programa Manhã Franciscana. Estamos no ar aos domingos…
 
In this episode, we discuss God's Providential care for us. We need to cultivate faith and trust that God really does want what is best for us. Taking a leap of faith. Trusting in God. How can we look at our lives through the lens of faith and recognize the hand of God? Scriptures that inspire us to trust in God. May the Lord grant you His peace. D…
 
Week 4 of a series on A 30-Day Personal Retreat with the Litany of Trust, by Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, S.V., available here: https://stpaulcenter.com/trust10/ Trust is hard for everybody. The grace to trust—especially for the long haul—is always given to us by the Lord. There’s always human effort in the spiritual life, but it’s all gift; all grace. …
 
Week 3 of a series on A 30-Day Personal Retreat with the Litany of Trust, by Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, S.V., available here: https://stpaulcenter.com/trust10/ There are some sins that we just can’t seem to shake—habitual sins that keep us coming back to the confessional over and over (and over) again. But no matter how consistent this sin seems, ther…
 
Week 2 of a series on A 30-Day Personal Retreat with the Litany of Trust, by Sr. Faustina Maria Pia, S.V., available here: https://stpaulcenter.com/trust10/ Grace is in the present; there is no grace in the past or in the future. The challenge, though, is that we’re all professional escape artists. We can get antsy and we don’t know how to be prese…
 
MANHÃ FRANCISCANA Entrevista: Frei Marco Aurélio da Cruz, OFM, Ministro Provincial da Província do Santíssimo Nome de Jesus (GO) Confira estas e outras participações no Programa Manhã Franciscana. Estamos no ar aos domingos, das 7h às 8h, na rádio Celinauta, de Pato Branco (PR), e Coroado, de Curitibanos (SC)…
 
This episode kicks off a four-part series on a new retreat based on the Litany of Trust from the Sisters of Life. You can get yourself a copy of the book at https://stpaulcenter.com/trust10/ There are some virtues we can work on and grow in—but trust isn’t like that. It’s not your own project. You don’t work on it directly, because it’s the fruit o…
 
Cathryn Torgerson is the Director of Curriculum Development for the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan. Listen as she shares her passion for God's Word and enlightens us on how one might approach a more in-depth study of the sacred text. Whether you are a beginner to the study of scripture or a seasoned pro, you will find something in this episod…
 
In this episode, Fr. Brian Mullady, O.P., host of EWTN's Open Line Thursday, discusses the nature of Jesus Christ. What are some of the misconceptions about Jesus that may cause one to misunderstand the mission of Jesus? What is the nature of Jesus? What was the primary reason for Jesus becoming Incarnate? Is Jesus just a social and political refor…
 
For 30 years, Jesus lived quietly in Nazareth with Mary and Joseph; his “hidden” years. Through his normal day-to-day living of going to school and having friends and putting in a hard day’s work, Jesus made sacred the hidden space. That hidden space is where most of us live most of our lives—out of the public eye, going about our everyday without …
 
MANHÃ FRANCISCANA Entrevista: Carlos Frederico Schlaepfer, professor de Sagrada Escritura Confira estas e outras participações no Programa Manhã Franciscana. Estamos no ar aos domingos, das 7h às 8h, na rádio Celinauta, de Pato Branco (PR), e Coroado, de Curitibanos (SC) Ouça ao vivo: http://bit.ly/Celinauta OU http://bit.ly/Coroado…
 
Affirmation feels different when it’s public, out loud and in front of everyone—as at the Baptism of Christ and the Transfiguration, where God audibly affirmed Jesus as his beloved Son. That affirmation becomes the foundation that allows Jesus to be free; to weep and be compassionate and angry, to be a revelation of the heart of God. The hearts of …
 
Sr. Agnes Marie is a member of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in Mishawaka, Indiana. She has served the Church as an educator in grades K-12 and college, diocesan director of liturgy, and spiritual assistant to the Secular Franciscan Order. In this episode, Sr. Agnes Marie shares what it means to be a prophet. By our baptism, we are …
 
MANHÃ FRANCISCANA Entrevista: Paulo Pedrini, professor de História e Sociologia, coordenador da Pastoral Operária da Arquidiocese de São Paulo e militante dos direitos humanos. Confira estas e outras participações no Programa Manhã Franciscana. Estamos no ar aos domingos, das 7h às 8h, na rádio Celinauta, de Pato Branco (PR), e Coroado, de Curitiba…
 
Join Host Fr. Dave Pivonka, TOR, panelists Dr. Regis Martin and Dr. Scott Hahn, and special guest Fr. Sebastian White, OP, Editor-in-Chief of Magnificat Magazine, as they discuss the Catholic understanding of suffering and our own personal call to unite our suffering to Christ's.ORIGINAL AIR DATE: SEPTEMBER 2021…
 
You see a different side of someone when you see what makes him or her cry. Seeing a person weep, and knowing why—the thing he or she cares about so deeply as to be moved to tears—is a deep insight. Lazarus. Jerusalem. Sin. Jesus weeps at these. That tells us something important, for a man who weeps in the face of suffering is a man who loves deepl…
 
MANHÃ FRANCISCANA Entrevista: Marco Aurélio Lischt, Diretor artístico e maestro do Coral Canarinhos de Petrópolis. Confira estas e outras participações no Programa Manhã Franciscana. Estamos no ar aos domingos, das 7h às 8h, na rádio Celinauta, de Pato Branco (PR), e Coroado, de Curitibanos (SC) Ouça ao vivo: http://bit.ly/Celinauta OU http://bit.l…
 
VIDEO episode on Spirit Juice's YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-w9uClhd6w&t=828s. “Nobody has ever been for me like this before.” That’s the difference it can make to receive someone as gift. Jesus looked at the disciples and thanked the Father for the gift of them. He looked around at the faces of people he loved and received …
 
Fr. Larry Rice, CSP, currently serves as the campus chaplain for Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY. His past assignments included serving at "The" Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, and The University of Texas, Austin. He has spent many years working in telecommunications evangelization for the Paulist Fathers and is fluent in print, pod…
 
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