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Instruction on the Catechism of the Catholic Church and other topics critical to those seeking answers to life's greatest questions..
 
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Fides et Ratio
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We need to learn more about our Catholic Faith, and so here I have provided a means to discuss the faith intelligently and to study the rich tradition found in the Catholic Church.
 
Truth, beauty and goodness given in the wisdom and teaching of beloved Papa Woytyla at the Wednesday General Audiences during the 26½ years of his pontificate. Visit Totus2us.com for much more - dedicated to Our Lady, it is inspired by our Holy Fathers Saint John Paul II, Papa Benedict XVI and Pope Francis.
 
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Catch-ups with inspiring individuals from all around Australia and the world.
 
This podcast is dedicated to a close reading of the "Catechism of the Catholic Church." Our goal is to understand, in detail, the four pillars of Catholic teaching — the Creed, the sacraments, the moral life, and prayer. Abundant use of Sacred Scripture will enhance our study of the "Catechism." "A Walk through the Catechism of the Catholic Church" is hosted by Jeff Vehige. Jeff holds a BA and MA in theology from the University of Dallas (a small, Catholic liberal arts college) and has been ...
 
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Thoughts from a Local Parish - Preached by Rev. Fr. Theodore Paraskevopoulos, these sermons are from Sts. Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Toronto, Canada.
 
Podcast with programs and resources for evangelization and catechesis from the archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
 
From 23-26 July 2013, World Youth Day pilgrims participated in formation, praise, confession, testimonies, and Eucharistic celebration, inn what is traditionally called the WYD Catechesis Sessions. Here is the audio from some of the Catechesis sessions that took place in Rio de Janeiro for World Youth Day 2013. Download the audio, reflect on the themes, and go make disciples!
 
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The Home Catechesis podcast is a set of reflections, by Host Brandon Harvey, on the mission and life of Catholic parents. More info about the podcast, the mission of Home Catechesis, and other resources: www.homecatechesis.comYou can also follow the Home Catechesis project on Facebook and Youtube.
 
For Christians, spiritual growth depends on a healthy diet that includes both the milk and meat of God’s Word. But before we can savor large portions of sound doctrine, we need to be able to digest the basics of biblical truth. Whether you are a pastor, Sunday school teacher, or parent, helping others enjoy the “solid food” of Scripture is one of the most important components of discipleship. Used properly, this catechism can help Christians, families, and churches enjoy the rich doctrines o ...
 
Weekly catechesis by Pope Francis, following on from Benedict XVI in the Year of Faith (Annus Fidei). Read here in English. Papa Francisco's words (in the original Italian) are available on the Vatican podcast. Read here in English. For much more, visit Totus2us.com - dedicated to Our Lady, Totus2us is inspired by our holy fathers St John Paul II, Benedetto XVI and Papa Francisco.
 
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A Podcast of Father Samuel Schneider. A Catholic Priest from the Diocese of Superior. Submitting his homilies, talks, and conversations with his biker brother. For inspiration, catechesis, spirituality, and funny conversations with his brother Don.
 
Lectures from Lumen Verum Apologetics, in Sydney, Australia.
 
During his papacy, Papa Benedetto taught, guided and encouraged the universal Church with his beautiful, both simple and profound, weekly catechesis (given at the Wednesday General Audiences). This podcast is in deep gratitude to Papa Ratzinger for being such a Holy Father to us all. Music for Catechesis on the Saints - To the Ends of the Earth by Fr Rob Galea - ℗ 2011 Robert Galea - used with permission. Music for Catechesis in the Year of Faith - Credo by Ooberfuse. Visit Totus2us.com for ...
 
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Welcome to the Inside Action podcast! Xt3 chats to young people who are strong in their faith and are working in different industries making a difference through their professional life. If you ever need inspiration about how you can make a difference in your field- tune in to Inside Action!
 
This podcast is dedicated to improving your spiritual life during Lent. Listen to Cardinal Pell's Ash Wednesday message, as well as Xt3's weekly Sunday Reflections from the readings and the gospels you will hear at mass. These reflections have been recorded by Xt3, and delivered by Priests around Australia.
 
Prayer and scriptural reflections, homilies and pastoral messages from Archbishop Mark Coleridge, catechesis and more.
 
Audio Orthodox Christian Sermons on the Gospels, Epistles and other topics
 
This podcast is a collection of debates, lectures and conversations regarding the same-sex marriage discussion going on in Australia. Too often voices are silenced in this debate, and those advocating for marriage between a man and a woman are not given a chance to speak their views in public. This podcast gives you a chance to listen to respectful and intelligent conversations about marriage in a Australia.
 
The Xt3 Lent Calendar 2017 Podcast series, featuring reflections from laypeople, clergy and religious all around Sydney, and Australia.
 
There are so many great Catholic talks around the world that you might have missed. So Xt3 is bringing some of these talks to you! Have a scroll through the episodes, you are guaranteed to find a podcast that will be of interest to you.
 
In this podcast you can hear talks for youth coordinators and youth ministers to help you develop youth ministry in your parish.
 
In this podcast Xt3 records events hosted by Catholic Youth Services in the Archdiocese of Sydney.
 
Fasting and abstaining, palms and ashes, feet washing and forbidden words. Why do Catholics do what they do during Lent? The Lenten Practices Podcast explores the fun - and serious - facts about the traditions of the Lenten season. Keywords: lent, palm sunday, lenten colours, lenten colors, washing feet, fasting, abstinence, podcast
 
The World Youth Day office in Rio de Janeiro has chosen 5 patrons and 13 intercessors, to guide you on your way as we countdown towards WYD 2013! Keep visiting Xt3's Patron Saint podcast in coming weeks, as we look at the lives of the 18 incredible men and women, inspiring each one of us to seek holiness! Click here for the full list of WYD 2013 Patron Saints.Music title "Novo Amanhã", Official Music Video released by the WYD2013 Office in Rio de Janeiro.
 
Cardinal George Pell, Archbishop of Sydney, and atheist Dan Barker debated the topic: Without God We Are Nothing, at Macquarie University. A vigorous and lively debate was had, with over 300 people in attendance. The debate was structured so that each speaker received ten minutes to present their case, then had a chance at rebuttal, and finishing off with a few minutes to directly cross examine the other. There was then time for questions from the audience. Part 1 of this audio presents the ...
 
Homilies and other recordings from the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Roman Catholic Church, along with the Chapel of Sts. Peter & Paul, in Tyler, Texas
 
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The WORD. Listen to God's Word wherever you are! Xt3 has recorded the Daily Mass Readings for you to listen to on the train, in the car or on your daily walk...This is The WORD of the Lord... Music is licensed under a Creative Commons license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ "Hear Us Now (poptastic mix)" by scottaltham http://ccmixter.org/files/scottaltham/20747
 
A Golden Apple Award-winning Catholic School Religion teacher answers the questions people young and old have about the Catholic faith in a manner consistent with the teachings of the Church. Relying on Scripture, Tradition, and common sense, people can discover the Truth - "on earth as it is in Heaven." What started as a simple classroom activity now casts a much wider net (through the inter-"net") for Christ!
 
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Sunday Homilies and Theological Reflections with Fr. Josiah Trenham - Weekly homilies and theological reflections recorded from the amvon of St. Andrew Orthodox Church in Riverside, California. This podcast is likewise sponsored by Patristic Nectar Publications, a publisher specializing in resources for Orthodox catechesis. We thank you for allowing us to be a part of your spiritual quest, and we hope that your listening experience is an edifying one.
 
Podcast by Jason Gale
 
In October 2012, the 50th anniversary of the commencement of the Second Vatican Council (11 October 1962) was commemorated. To celebrate this, the Holy Father has called for a ‘Year of Faith’ for the Universal Church from 11 October 2012 to 24 November 2013. Among the various events to celebrate this historic moment in the Church's history, the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney is hosting a major conference from 20-23 May 2013, called: The Great Grace Conference - Receiving Vatican ll Today Ple ...
 
Saint Francis de Sales, who lived in the 16th/17th century, was a Bishop of Geneva noted for his deep faith and his gentle approach to the religious divisions in his land resulting from the Protestant Reformation. He is known also for his writings on the topic of spiritual direction and spiritual formation, particularly the Introduction to the Devout Life and the Treatise on the Love of God.In today's feature, Bishop David Walker (retired Bishop of Broken Bay)breaks open "An Introduction to ...
 
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The Gospel Coalition Podcast features lectures and workshops from our conferences as well as timely interviews and round table discussions on applying the gospel to the issues of our day.
 
To mark the 25th anniversary of the founding of The University of Notre Dame Australia, the Centre for Faith, Ethics and Society has organised a program of talks and reflections featuring some of the nation's most outstanding Catholic scholars, theologists and philosophers. Called Scholarship at the Cathedral, the series of talks and reflections will be held in the Crypt at St Mary's Cathedral from 6.30 pm until 7.15 pm each Friday throughout Lent until 14 April 2014. All are welcome to atte ...
 
Teaching and commentary from the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd, Binghamton, New York. This podcast includes lectures and commentary on theological topics from a reformed Anglican perspective
 
A weekly podcast to encourage and support intentional faith conversations within families. Be inspired as real families talk about faith in the context of their everyday lives, reflecting on the Sunday Scriptures, and sharing traditions that help bring their faith and family together in the context of the home. Be encouraged to continue these conversations with the people you love.
 
The Diocese of Joliet's Religious Education Office presents several top-notch speakers on evangelization, catechesis and parish renewal throughout the year.
 
Catechesis, Scripture, Sacred Liturgy & Music & Art, the Oratory, et reliqua
 
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Podcasts of Leo Severino's talks on Going Deeper in the Catholic Faith, presented at Family Theater beginning in October of 2005. Going Deeper is a series of dynamic talks about God, creation, man and his purpose gleaned from human revealed and revealed truths from Scriptures, Tradition and the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
 
God’s Word is enough to make the man of God perfect, equipped for every good work.
 
The Enchiridion, Manual, or Handbook of Augustine of Hippo is alternatively titled, "Faith, Hope, and Love". The Enchiridion is a compact treatise on Christian piety, written in response to a request by an otherwise unknown person, named Laurentis, shortly after the death of Saint Jerome in 420. It is intended as a model for Christian instruction or catechesis. - As the title indicates, the work is organized according to the three graces necessary for the Christian worship of God: Faith, Hop ...
 
You’ve got questions about sacred music? Here’s your chance to learn what the Church teaches and envisions for music in the sacred liturgy. Welcome to Square Notes: The Sacred Music Podcast with your hosts Peter Carter and Dr. Jennifer Donelson. We address topics of interest both to priests and liturgical musicians, as well as a general audience of Catholics interested in learning more about the Catholic Church’s teachings and treasury of sacred music. Our topics range from discussion of Chu ...
 
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Fr. Tim Donovan and Pam Hurwitz are beginning a weekly study of the Catechism of the Catholic Church through the lens of family life. Join us as we dive deep into the mystery of our faith and grow in the capacity to share it with others, especially our own families. This week was an introduction and we covered CCC 1-25.…
 
Matt and Anne Kennedy lead a course on marriage beginning with a discussion of its biblical foundations. This is the second class, still examining the biblical foundations of marriage. Download Audio
 
In today's episode, we look at the Catechism of the Catholic Church, paragraphs 74–79, and study what the Church tells us about the apostolic tradition. We'll see how the mission Christ gave of the apostles resulted in Sacred Tradition, Sacred Scripture, and the Magisterium of the Church. Contact: findthefaith77@gmail.com…
 
What is Participation? How do we participate and understand what happens during the mass?By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
While trusting in God is an act of justice toward Him, it is not always easy to do so when we witness so much evil in our world. We lean on our own experience and understanding, and as a result fail to keep in mind that God sees things without the tunnel vision that naturally exists as a finite creature. Can we let go of our own understanding, ...…
 
Without humility it is impossible to be a grateful person. Rather, we even look to God as if He owes us. To the prideful, God owes us everything good, and therefore we are not grateful but entitled. When we realize that God owes us nothing, yet chooses to give us Heaven anyways, then our heart cheers with gratitude. Naaman is a concrete example ...…
 
A panel with Sam Allberry, Craig Ellis, Bethany Jenkins, and Stephen Um
 
Two-Minute Homily by Fr Thomas Zaranski for the Twenty-Eighth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2019. "... Jesus, who's power to heal is utterly certain, demonstrates this eagerness to heal and therefore heals all the lepers." The post Twenty-Eighth Sunday of...
 
Why are we here? Why is Sunday Mass an obligation? Why is Mass so boring? A lot has to do with participation. Vatican 2 wanted us to know and participate more. Not as active busy bodies but by full, conscience, and active participation. I reference Paragraph 19, 14, and 29-30 of Sacrosantum concilium in my homily. 10/6/19…
 
The parable of Lazarus and the Rich Man has so much amazing insight into Christianity. May we not be the rich man and omit the good that God wants us to do and not omit. 9/29/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
Jesus instituted the sacrament of Holy Matrimony to get by, but to actually be a means of salvation, purification, and holiness. Marriage should not draw one away from God, but closer to God. 9/28/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
The dishonest steward is commented for his prudence. We should not be dishonest, but we should be prudent and willing to do all we can to evangelize with changing ourselves in what ways we can. 9/22/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
The Parable of the Prodigal Son teaches us how deep God’s mercy is. Many despair in God’s mercy, may we always hope in God’s mercy for us and others. 9/15/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
Christianity is Difficult. When we hear what Jesus says it should challenge us. We should wrestle with what Jesus says because it is hard, difficult and extreme. Hate your Mother and Father! 9/8/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
Humility is a really difficult virtue. How do we understand what it is? We observe Jesus and all that He says. 9/1/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
The Virtuous life is the happy life. Marriage helps us to grow in that virtue. 8/24/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
Do we cause division? Do we stick out? We should in truth and love. False Peace is not our aim, but God’s will. Belief not in. the worlds presentation of Jesus but in the completeness of Jesus’ own words and actions.8/18/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
In this episode, Jason and Dr. Smith discuss issues surrounding the attainment of knowledge. We cover:- What is knowledge?- What is epistemology?- "How do you know that?"- Questions regarding "justification" of belief- Skepticism- Whether truth should be defined in terms of coherence rather than correspondence?- Whether knowledge should be defi ...…
 
Program #819 2004 Lenten Mission #5By Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
Assumption of Mary is a holy day of obligation. This is not an obligation of a burden, but an obligation of celebration. 8/15/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
My best friend Steven from High School who is super lucky to be marrying Tricia. This took place in Philadelphia. God’s love and marriage cause us to pour out in generosity in unity. 8/10/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
What brings us happiness? Not possessions, experiences, success, or anything else in this world. Happiness is only from God. 8/4/19By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
Jesus heals our suffering… but not all. Why? He came not to take away all suffering, but to enter into our suffering. St. John Paul the Great Apostolic Letter on Suffering 7/21/19.By Father Samuel Schneider.
 
Program #817 2004 Lenten Mission #3By Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
Fr. Theodore Paraskevopoulos preaches on the healing touch of Christ.By Fr. Theodore Paraskevopoulos and Ancient Faith Radio.
 
A collaboration with Love Thy Neighborhood
 
Program #816 2004 Lenten Mission #2By Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
Today's episode focuses on how God's revelation is handed on from generation to generation. We present a bird's-eye view to the question by contrasting the Protestant answer to the question to the Catholic answer. We briefly examine the nature of oral tradition, written tradition, and the teaching authority of the Church. This episode sets up m ...…
 
Matt and Anne Kennedy lead a course on marriage beginning with a discussion of its biblical foundations. Download Audio
 
Two-Minute Homily by Fr Michael Grace for the Twenty-Seventh Sunday of Ordinary Time 2019. "The second letter to Timothy, far from envisioning passive or private faith, speaks about having a boldness in our faith." The post Twenty-Seventh Sunday of...
 
Program #815 2004 Lenten Mission #1By Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
Program #768 RCIA for Catholics #23 Sacraments #8 Holy OrdersBy Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
Program #767 RCIA for Catholics #22 Sacraments #7 MarriageBy Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
Program #766 RCIA for Catholics #21 Sacraments #6 EucharistBy Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
Zeal is the only way to overcome sloth, and often, sacrificing our own internal comfort-zone is the best way to accomplish this. Ultimately sloth is not a sin of the flesh, it is an oppressive sadness at the Divine Good. That means, God's goodness and will grieves us. This sadness can come about for many reasons, one of which is opting out of o ...…
 
Program #765 RCIA for Catholics #20 Sacraments #5 - ConfirmationBy Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
We are invited to live simply so others can simply live.
 
Two-Minute Homily by Fr John Chalmers for the Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time 2019. "We don't need to be hermits or holy Joes or holy Josephines to be holy." The post Twenty-Sixth Sunday of Ordinary Time - Two-Minute Homily: Fr John Chalmers appeared...
 
Program #764 RCIA for Catholics #19 Sacraments #4 - AnointingBy Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
Paul Tripp on Parenting and Grace
 
In this episode, Jason and Dr. Smith discuss the classical distinction between nature and grace. We cover:- Modern challenges to the classical distinction- What is nature/natural- Isn't everything from God?- The interaction of grace with nature- Real distinction- To Heal and Elevate- Potency and ActClick Here to support CSA - https://catholicst ...…
 
Program #763 RCIA for Catholics #18 Sacraments #3 - ConfessionBy Fr. John Riccardo - Host.
 
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