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Best All Things Catholic podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best All Things Catholic podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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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.
 
Ask Fr. Josh is the podcast where I hear you out and do my best to help you navigate the tricky times in life when our Catholic Faith doesn’t give you an easy “fill-in-the blank” answer. On this show, we’ll listen to one another, problem solve together, and ultimately entrust everything to our Lord. If this is your first time tuning in, here’s how the show goes: Each episode, I'll address three to four of your questions. I’ll cover everything from Catholic teaching to moral dilemmas to relat ...
 
Join the Catholic Nerds Podcast for quality Catholic nerdery. The Catholic Nerds basically nerd out on comics, movies, video games, and books, all from a Catholic perspective, plus a hefty helping of all things Catholic. There will be plenty of Jesus, Mary, and the Eucharist here!
 
Welcome to Godsplaining: a podcast featuring contemplative preachers and their contemporary age. Considering topics philosophical, theological, cultural, and beyond, Godsplaining presents ideas from the Church’s tradition and brings them to bear on our lives’ most urgent questions. Each week, join the Dominican friars as they muse on all things Catholic.
 
We spend a lot of time consuming "entertainment" in all of its forms. But whether it's movies, television, video games, music, sports, or even literature, these things do more than just offer an escape from our world for the sake of pleasure. When done right, they offer a window into a deeper experience of our own world and a connection to a transcendent world in our midst.
 
Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Church speaks through culture, and while there is much in our culture to be avoided, there is much that can witness to the Catholic faith. On each pro ...
 
"Things Not Seen" talks with people of faith who are working to make sense of why we are here and how we can all live together despite our deep differences in belief. The show is hosted by Dr. David Dault, and features guests from a broad spectrum of public life, with in-depth conversations about real struggles at the intersection of faith and culture.
 
The World's First Catholic Reality Show featuring Catholic husband and wife Greg and Jennifer Willits as they try to juggle their life, family, and faith while running www.RosaryArmy.com, a worldwide family apostolate dedicated to making, praying, and giving away all-twine knotted Rosaries. Featuring interviews, soundseeing tours, and conversations on all things Catholic.
 
Join us as we explore the Feminine Genius! Each episode features a different Catholic woman sharing her "just one small thing"--the bit of wisdom she has discovered and how it has changed her life. It is our quest to rally together as Catholic women and together discover a path to holiness that is 100% Catholic and 100% feminine. Listen in and we'll laugh, cry and grow together.
 
Why The Furnace? Quite simply because most people in Australia, and the world, can no longer get to Mass, or even into a church. The point of these podcasts is to bring people a share of the Mass in the Word of God and prayer. But why the name? Because the Heart of Jesus is a “Furnace of love”. This is how St Gertrude the Great describes it. As she prays: O Sacred Heart of Jesus, fountain of eternal life, Your Heart is a glowing furnace of Love. You are my refuge and my sanctuary. O my adora ...
 
The Catholic brings to history (when I say "history" in these pages I mean the history of Christendom) self-knowledge. As a man in the confessional accuses himself of what he knows to be true and what other people cannot judge, so a Catholic, talking of the united European civilization, when he blames it, blames it for motives and for acts which are his own. He himself could have done those things in person. He is not relatively right in his blame, he is absolutely right. As a man can testif ...
 
Born in a family in 1984, Min An took the path that I'm probably going through now – PAP kindergarten, River Valley Primary School, Monk’s Hill Secondary School, Catholic Junior College, National Service plus 5 other jobs. Rooted in the principles of value investing since September 2010, he applies these steps constantly to his surroundings – watch F&B owners run their stalls, observe what the markets pay with their dollars, calculating the business revenue that he eyes on, to name a few dai ...
 
We are a young married couple who have been married for three years. We value our faith, and love to discuss education, marriage, and all things in between. We have each been in education for less than 10 years, so we are not experts by any means, but we like to share our experiences of what has and has not worked for us both personally and professionally. We love learning more about the profession, so if you have thoughts on any of the topics, we would love to hear them.God bless all of you!
 
The foundations of modern skepticism and objective thinking are thought to be rooted in the philosophy of Rene Descartes, the French mathematician, philosopher and writer. This great sixteenth century thinker also gave us theories on mind-body dualism and the concept of ethics as the highest form of science. He is considered the Father of Modern Western Philosophy. His theories also led to the emancipation of humanity from the doctrine that the Church is the sole authority over Man and led t ...
 
From the studios of Orange County Catholic Radio in the Diocese of Orange, “Call Me Catholic,” hosted by Peggy Normandin, is a light and lively conversation about the perils and blessings of embracing a Catholic identity in our modern world. This live one-hour show celebrates, explores and restores our Catholic identity as we navigate the daily struggles and blessings of life. Peggy Normandin will leave you energized and excited to tell the world, hey, you can “Call Me Catholic”. Call Me Cat ...
 
The Faith Full Podcast brings compelling storytelling about faith, spirituality, religion, and life, to people curious about the ways faith influences our world. The project is hosted and produced by Tony Ganzer, a journalist by trade and a Catholic by choice and upbringing. Some say religion is a third-rail for journalists because one wrong move can bring strong reaction. But talking to each other in a measured way, about topics or times that affect us all to our deepest levels, can only be ...
 
FPC is a congregation affiliated with the PCUSA. Presbyterians are “Reformed” in identity. Our worship and work are guided by several “confessions” (statements of what matters most to Christians). Some of these confessions are ancient – shared by all churches – whether Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, or Protestant. Some are unique to the Reformed tradition.We are happy to help you explore Presbyterian spirituality of course. But we are most passionate about the claim we share with all othe ...
 
The Summa Theologica (or the Summa Theologiae or simply the Summa, written 1265–1274) is the most famous work of Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225–1274) although it was never finished. It was intended as a manual for beginners and a compilation of all of the main theological teachings of that time. It summarizes the reasoning for almost all points of Christian theology in the West, which, before the Protestant Reformation, subsisted solely in the Roman Catholic Church. The Summa's topics follow a cycl ...
 
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Church and Culture engages all aspects of our culture with the aim of discussing “cultural apologetics.” Culture is discussed from a Catholic perspective in order to provide opportunities for Catholics to introduce the faith to others through a book, a movie, a TV show, a piece of music, a political issue, or an artist, among other things. The Chur…
 
As we finish our Easter readings from the Acts of the Apostles, we see how both Peter and Paul commit their lives to the Lord. As a chapter of their lives comes to an end, they point us to the beginning of our final destination: eternal life! May 30, 2020 - Cathedral Rectory - Superior, WI Fr. Andrew Ricci - www.studyprayserve.com…
 
...Wizard. NLP Master Practitioner, Hypnotherapist, Psychotherapist, Counsellor - Steve is the mental health wizard who'll sort out your brain and put you back on the straight and narrow. That's what he's done for James over the years and now he can help you too with his tips for how to avoid depression, anxiety and ruined relationships during the …
 
Sponsored by Eero, Express VPN, The Zebra We don't tend to do location work on this show, but when a major news event happens in the city where one of our hosts live, we get a up-close and personal view. And when that host is James Lileks and Minneapolis, the amount of detail, insight, and thoughtfulness could fill a dozen podcasts. James describes…
 
McKay Coppins, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins Sarah and Steve to discuss his piece on disinformation in the 2020 campaign, Trump, Twitter, and the social media wars, and his advice for young reporters. Show Notes: -McKay's piece The Billion-Dollar Disinformation Campaign to Reelect the President -McKay's book The Wilderness -McKay's piece on T…
 
"When someone as interesting and entertaining as James Lileks starts talking," as Dave Carter said, "it's really best to just hush up and listen." Which is precisely what the host did this week, as he invited Star Tribune columnist, author, and Ricochet's own James Lileks onto the program to talk about everything from Coronavirus, to writing, along…
 
Four bad martinis to close out the week, all related to the unrest in Minnesota last night. First, Jim and Greg slam local officials for simply abandoning the neighborhood near the third police precinct to widespread arson and rioting while shaking their heads as MSNBC's Ali Velshi claims most people are not "unruly" while a giant fire rages behind…
 
President Donald Trump signed a new executive order on social media Thursday. Klon Kitchen, director of the Center for Technology Policy at The Heritage Foundation, joins the podcast to discuss what the order does, how it affects tech companies, and the future of free political speech online. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informatio…
 
Do you dread video conferences? Elisha Krauss and Mary Katharine Ham are here to help you get your Zoom game on point--with practical tips, make-up recs, horror stories... and one will share how a fake eyelash almost ruined one of the most important moments of her life. Buckle up! Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://r…
 
The HWX podcast is back in quarantined form! Paul and Brian pay tribute to the Charlton Heston camp thriller that somehow seems to parallel the events of 2020. What are they drinking? Brian has the old reliable All Day IPA from Founders Brewery, while Paul has a Summit Grapefruit Supreme. Then the boys settle in to tackle the issue of COVID-19 and …
 
Today on the show Minneapolis is burning, more details emerge after the death of George Floyd, more good news from states that got the jump on reopening, Senator Loeffler quietly donating her salary to Georgia non-profits and details around Twitter, the President and Section 230. Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episode: https://ri…
 
Teri remains behind the Iron Curtain that is Northern Virginia, so Fingers regales her with tales of freedom from the heartland. It looks a lot like BBQ and bourbon. Then they get all Gen Xish talking about their favorite childhood cartoons -- Teri prefers the groovy 70s ones, while Fingers is more of a rad 80s guy. And what was the deal with H.R. …
 
Kelly Sadler, former Special Assistant to President Donald J. Trump, is the Communications Director at America First Action. We talk about Trump's Social Media crackdown, whether the lockdowns will decide the 2020 election, China and Trade, why blue states are failing, whether Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is STILL in talks to be Biden's VP, and t…
 
The COMMENTARY podcast debates the downstream political relevance of what increasingly looks to be a summer of urban unrest fueled by protests against the conduct of police toward racial minorities. Will Donald Trump's efforts to frame himself as the champion of law and order reactivate his 2016 coalition? Or will these events simply compound a gen…
 
This week on "The Learning Curve," Cara and Gerard are joined by Dana Gioia, a poet, writer, and the former Chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts. Dana discusses why the arts are so pivotal to the intellectual and civic development of America's K-12 schoolchildren, allowing them to grow spiritually, emotionally, creatively, imaginatively,…
 
Sponsored by Bound By Oath, Tommy John OK, fair warning: we're in week 10 or so of this lockdown thing, and the men of GLoP are getting a bit punchy. Add to that some technical issues and being a punching bag in certain quarters, and well, you get a very shall we say, eccentric show. How so? Well, as you'll hear, we abandon the first take and start…
 
On this week's episode, Claudia Rosett joins to discuss this month's policy focus: Facing Down the Rising Threat of China. She covers the historical context of the US/China relationship, explains why China poses a great threat, and shares what can and should be done about it. Claudia Rosett is a foreign policy fellow with Independent Women's Forum,…
 
GianCarlo and Amy examine surprising data collected by Empirical SCOTUS about telephonic oral arguments, a new Roe v. Wade documentary, and emergency petitions to the Court by churches challenging stay-at-home orders. GianCarlo interviews veteran legal journalist Stuart Taylor, Jr., and they discuss his career and the state of the modern news media…
 
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