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Fr. Jim Chern has been a priest in the Archdiocese of Newark since 1999. He graduated with his master’s in theology from Seton Hall University. After his graduation he was assigned to Our Lady of Lourdes parish where he served as Parochial Vicar for 7 years. In 2007 he was named director of the Newman Catholic Center at Montclair State University where he still serves. In 2018 Fr. Jim was additionally named Archdiocesan Director of Campus Ministry by Cardinal Joseph Tobin.
 
The Episcopal Podcast is an initiative of intellectual formation by Bishop Richard Umbers, auxiliary bishop in the Archdiocese of Sydney. In the context of a fortnightly informal discussion with co-hosts and guests, the podcast aims to bring awareness to the riches that make up the Christian intellectual tradition, which includes philosophy, theology, history, the sciences, languages and the arts. Conversations will last between 30 and 45 minutes and be organised around discussions on specif ...
 
For years, Fr. Peter Mussett and Dr. Scott Powell have been commenting on the scriptures in different ways. In this Podcast, you can witness the attempts of two naturally lanky men, brought together by destiny, attempt to draw some meaning and humor out of the sacred treasury of the Scriptures in the context of the liturgy.
 
The Unleash the Gospel Pastoral Letter set the Archdiocese of Detroit boldly on a mission to transform joyful missionary disciples in southeast Michigan. Open Door Policy is a vessel for these disciples to share their experiences and bear witness to the life-changing power of Christ. The name of the podcast, Open Door Policy, is a tribute to Blessed Solanus Casey, God’s doorkeeper, and it reflects on our need to let people walk into our lives and tell us their experience of God. Join hosts E ...
 
Beginning September 2019, this monthly podcast series goes weekly, every Tuesday! Still monthly topics, but weekly interviews with different people. We cover varying topics that fall under the category of respecting human life. This includes topics related to abortion, assisted suicide, religious freedom, capital punishment, immigration and persons with disabilities. Each episode features an interview with someone personally affected by the issue and a call to action on how to get involved.
 
Tune in every month as Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron, Archbishop of Detroit, shares his vision for the missionary transformation of the Church in southeast Michigan and talks about the early fruits of our movement to Unleash the Gospel. Archbishop Vigneron is joined by hosts Mary Wilkerson, parishioner at St. Michael Parish in Livonia, and Michael Chamberland, parishioner at Our Lady of Sorrows in Farmington Hills. The name of the podcast, Eyes on Jesus, comes from Archbishop’s apostolic mott ...
 
This is the official podcast feed for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Louis. Our podcasts include the "Catholic Gateway Podcast," bringing you news about the people, places, and events that make up the Archdiocese of St. Louis, and the "Word of Mouth Podcast," featuring interviews with local Catholics who share ideas for evangelization. You'll also find homilies, talks, special episodes, and series about the faith.
 
Better Left is a podcast about progressive people, with some politics sprinkled in. As a group, we live our progressive principles every day, but we know we can do better. Both as hosts of a podcast, but also as part of a greater movement that at its heart promises to bring prosperity and opportunity to everyone in the US. As a nation, we're coming to terms with what the word progressive even means. As a group of millions loosely assembled around a set of universal principles, the progressiv ...
 
Welcome to Beauty Ever New, a podcast about Catholic Art and Architecture. Our name is inspired by a celebrated phrase from St. Augustine where he laments his late arrival into the splendor of God’s truth. We invite you to join us as we have conversations with artists, architects, musicians, fundraisers, scholars and more, about how to bring beauty into our churches and communities. If you are a seminarian, a priest or bishop, a committee member in your parish, or a parishioner who wonders S ...
 
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On Conversations with Archbishop Kurtz, Archbishop Kurtz and Chancellor Dr. Brian Reynolds discuss 12 years of the television show, Conversations with Archbishop Kurtz, on this last episode. Archbishop Kurtz talks with Dr. Mary Beth Bowling, who will succeed Leisa Schulz as Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of Louisville in July 2021. A…
 
Kate Bryan, Founder and CEO of 1 Girl Revolution, shares her experience of growing up with chronic illness and how it inspired her to amplify the stories of women across the country. Show notes: (2:42) After Fr. Patrick and Emily briefly catch up and discuss spring and the great sunshine, Emily introduces this episode’s guest, Kate Bryan. (5:11) Ka…
 
Bob talks with Joan Stoltz, who lost her 16 year-old daughter, Victoria, after a 15 month battle with brain cancer. Throughout her illness, Victoria continued to focus on helping the poor and those in need, which led to the founding of Victoria's House of Hope. Support the show (http://www.catholiccincinnati.org/ministries-offices/respect-life-2/be…
 
Jordan and Napoli Beachnau join Fr. Patrick and Emily to discuss marriage as a vocation, a sacrament, and a way to live the Gospel. Show notes: (0:59) Emily and Fr. Patrick catch up and discuss the hope that comes with the first signs of spring, the way individuals are coming back to Mass with the end of the general dispensation, and the graces fou…
 
Bob talks with Anne Marie Kahwaty-Bogan, MSW, LISW-S, CCTP about the effect of COVD-19 on children's mental health, what to look for, and how we can better care for families during this pandemic. Support the show (http://www.catholiccincinnati.org/ministries-offices/respect-life-2/being-pro-life/)By Bob Wurzelbacher / Anne Marie Kahwaty-Bogan
 
Archbishop Vigneron reflects on the Year of St. Joseph and the model the Patron of the Universal Church sets for all the lay faithful. *Show notes: * (0:43) While reflecting on the past month, Archbishop Vigneron, Mike, and Mary discuss the end of the general dispensation from the Sunday obligation in March. Archbishop discusses what that means and…
 
As we draw closer to Holy Week, Bishop Lucas is posed the question, "Why did Jesus have to suffer?" This leads to a conversation on answering the problem of evil and why bad things happen to good people. If you've ever pondered the answer to this question or want to prepare your heart for Holy Week, then this will be a thought provoking listen. Enj…
 
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