Best Catholic podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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A lighthearted exploration of various prominent and obscure Catholic topics.
 
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Catholic
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Catholic Radio
 
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Catholic Connection
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EWTN, Global Catholic Television Network
 
Teresa Tomeo, host of Catholic Connection is a dynamic Professional Speaker and local Media Personality. She discusses social issues, media awareness, and interviews local businesses, youth, families, and community leaders in Southeastern Michigan. Live and local, Teresa reports on news throughout the Catholic community and how we can make a difference.
 
Tommy Tighe of The Catholic Hipster blog & Sarah Vabulas, The Catholic Drinkie, talk about being hipster Catholics. They interview some of the big names in Catholic new media about their experiences growing up in the Catholic faith and what we can do to attract and educate Catholics.
 
EWTN, Global Catholic Television Network
 
Join internationally-known Catholic author and speaker Matthew Leonard for joyful, passionate (and often humorous) explanations of the deep truths of the faith, as well as interesting interviews with Catholic luminaries. This is the art of living. This is the Art of Catholic. MatthewSLeonard.com
 
The Helluva Catholic Podcast is a project of the Georgia Tech Catholic Center. The chaplain and a regular rotating cast of friends will discuss various topics both related and unrelated to the Catholic Church. The podcast seeks to connect with students at Georgia Tech as well anyone else who may be interested in our banter. Comments, questions, and suggestions can be sent to podcast@gtcatholic.org.
 
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 us every week for the St. Tom's RCIA class as we discus the Catholic Church, her teachings, and what it means to be Catholic.
 
The Catholic Guy Show podcast. Courtesy of Sirius/XM 129
 
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Catholic Café
Monthly+
 
EWTN, Global Catholic Television Network
 
Back episodes of our series on A History of the Catholic Church
 
Podcasts and other resources for Adult Catechesis
 
Podcasts from Family Life International including Catholic Homilies from Fr Linus Clovis (Spiritual Director).
 
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Talking Catholic
Weekly
 
Co-hosts Pete Sanchez, reporter for the Catholic Star Herald, and Mike Walsh, Communications Director for the Diocese of Camden, interview Catholic leaders about what brought them to where they are now and how they are bringing the faith to their communities.
 
Podcast by Jon Leonetti
 
Welcome to Frater Catholic Podcast! We are a group of Catholic seminarians who get together once a week and discuss our faith and Christian life, and we happen to record it. Email us at fraterpodcast@gmail.comThe views expressed in this podcast are our own individual views and do not officially represent the views of the Catholic Church or the Catholic Dioceses of Dallas, Austin, or Charleston.
 
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Call Me Catholic
Monthly+
 
EWTN, Global Catholic Television Network
 
Radio Ministry for the Office of Communications in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Buffalo, NY
 
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.
 
The Catholic Church is over 2,000 years old. In that time She has gained great wisdom and beauty to share with the world. A lot of Her teachings can be hard to understand. Mark and Kristin know of great podcasts but they are often long and hard to understand, so they decided to offer an alternative. They desire to share their faith on a wide range of topics in an easy to understand and relatable way. Great for faithful practicing Catholics, new comers to the Church or just curious minds.
 
The Catholic Psyche Podcast aims to educate on the integration between the Psychological Sciences and Catholic Spirituality, Philosophy and Theology. The Podcast hosted by Clinical Mental Health Professionals as well as specialists in Catholic Spirituality and Theology.www.mounttaborcounseling.comwww.catholicpsyche.com
 
Podcast by CICDC
 
Be inspired by stories that demonstrate how vibrant faith communities are transforming lives in the poorest regions of the United States. Meet faith-filled people and learn about their unique ministries. See how the work of Catholic Extension is changing people's lives--and how these people are changing the world around them. Learn more at www.catholicextension.org.
 
Mystery Through Manners is a storytelling podcast which explores the living expressions of the Catholic faith from the perspective of everyday Catholic Americans
 
Hosts: Deacon Pat Kearns, Mike Roberts, John Allen, Ryan Kline, and Nick Collins.Idaho Catholic Podcast attempts to present many of the truths of the faith from an authentic perspective while hopefully revealing God's and Christ's presence in the ordinary beauty of life's events.
 
Ignition is a production of the Adult Faith Formation Office of the Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls. Ignition provides explanations of Catholic teaching and a Catholic perspective on issues of the day.
 
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Catholic Forum
Weekly
 
Each Sunday, Catholic Forum brings you a brief reflection, the proclamation of the Sunday Gospel by a Deacon or Priest of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, a musical selection and an interview of about 15 minutes in length. Catholic Forum is the longest-running Catholic talk show on radio, having begun in 1939 on WDEL in Wilmington, Delaware. Catholic Forum is a production of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington.
 
Various Talks from your favorite speakers as well as various interviews and events presented by The Station of the Cross Catholic Radio Network.
 
Atheist Catholic Conversations (2017-11-07T05:34:49.000Z)
 
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Ask a Catholic Dude
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Millennial Catholic dude. Taking any questions on the Catholic faith, with a fresh perspective. | This podcast was created in Anchor. To make your own podcast for free, visit https://anchor.fm/ask-a-catholic-dude
 
The Catholic teachings of Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen.
 
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Breadbox Media
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Breadbox Media ...Inspiration on demand.
 
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Forte Catholic
Weekly
 
Forte Catholic is here to help strengthen your faith.
 
For those who are looking for a little faith during their week! We'll be putting out a 10-15 minute episode just about every week where we'll talk about the Scriptures, Saints, Current Issues, etc. Thanks to all who have been with us on this journey since day one and welcome to all new listeners!
 
Teaching and Living the Light of Christ
 
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Faith Fit Radio
Weekly+
 
Teaching and Living the Light of Christ
 
Welcome family! We are your Catholic Bros, Sean and Alex. This show is basically our millennial footprint on the inter webs where we have decided to set up shop and talk your ear off for an hour about anything that we feel like. Given our plethora of life’s experience (Sean’s 21, Alex’s 24…..enter sarcasm) we figured we could drop some C grade entertainment on your butts as we discuss the minutia of everyday life and all that accompanies it. Although we will not lord it over you, one thing t ...
 
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Raise The Faith
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Port City Catholic
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This is Port City Catholic with Michael Crate, Jennifer Fabrizi and Fr. Aaron Knox.
 
Not feeling like a perfect Catholic? Me, too! This podcast is about places I go, things I think about, and other stuff.
 
Listen to audio from the Catholic Diocese of Lincoln in Nebraska.
 
Podcast of the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. The Community of Franciscan Friars of the Renewal was founded in 1987, in the Bronx, to work with the poor and to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are part of the Roman Catholic Church in communion with the Pope!
 
Welcome to Certifiably Catholic! Each episode a Catholic priest, stay at home mom and a husband/parish minister discuss how we strive for heaven in the midst of this crazy life.
 
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Catholic Musings
Weekly
 
Catholic Musings is a weekly thought based around the Mass readings for the coming Sunday. It is presented by writer and broadcaster Jude-Xavier, who is a Catholic and has been involved in Catholic Broadcasting and writing for many years. Listen to Catholic Musings on Radio Public at https://radiopublic.com/catholic-musings-Wxygbq (By listening through Radio Public you will be able to support this ministry which is totally unfunded). There are also occasional additional broadcasts such as th ...
 
Catholic Views and Apologetics
 
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It’s a situation we never hope to find ourselves in, and can never be fully prepared to face. A loved one is in an accident or becomes terminally ill, and you are the one God places in the position of having to choose whether or not to end life-support measures. This can fill a person (or a family) with incredibly conflicted thoughts and emotio ...…
 
Matt’s keynote presentation: Mystery of God and the Trinity Homework: How am I reflecting the mystery of God in self-gift? What might I be holding back out that I ought not to for sake of love? Additional Resources: Frank Sheed, Theology and Sanity, Chapters 3-8 and Catechism of the Catholic Church, Paragraphs 199 - 278 Prayer Assignment: Sit w ...…
 
This week on Blessed2Play Ron talks with former NFL player Kevin Reilly about his new book "Tackling Life" How Faith, Family, Friends and Fortitude kept an NFL linebacker in the game.
 
Greg and Julie Alexander with their monthly marriage enrichment segment also author Chris Stefanik.
 
Happy feast of St. Albert the Great! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell look at the life of this impressive saint, who was an expert everything from Alchemy to Zoology, and everything in between! Other guests include Joseph Pearce to continue his series on the theology of Narnia, Kevin Prendergast to look at more ways to address grie ...…
 
Father Ed Broom, OMV, is Associate Pastor of St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary and was ordained by Saint John Paul II on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed teaches Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality through articles, podcasts, a radio show, retreats and spiritual direction. … Read mor ...…
 
This week, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops are meeting for a general assembly. Chuck and Annie originally were going to encourage everyone to spend their time following the live stream coverage of this meeting instead of releasing an episode, but then you came to mind. Join us for this passionate episode. Salt and Light Video series just ...…
 
Morning Glory talks with Father Bjorn Lundberg about the importance of 'baby steps' sometimes in our spiritual life! We also talk with JD Flynn as the Bishops' Fall meeting that wrapped yesterday in Baltimore.. We also learn all about Family Honor with Brenda Cerkez--all on a Thursday edition of Morning Glory!…
 
Gloria from New York asks the doctor about grief.
 
Live from the USCCB fall meeting in Baltimore, Md.
 
Father Ed Broom, OMV, is Associate Pastor of St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary and was ordained by Saint John Paul II on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed teaches Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality through articles, podcasts, a radio show, retreats and spiritual direction. … Read mor ...…
 
In the third episode of our series on Catholic blogging, we talk to one of the most prolific writers in our digital space, Simcha Fisher. In our interview, Simcha and I discuss her history as a Catholic blogger, changes she's seen in the blogging community over the years, and what she's learned from her mistakes.We are also very grateful to the ...…
 
Questions 08:59 - What is your interpretation of John 10? (Verses 15-16 and 26-29 regarding salvation.)18:18 - Did Catholics really not want people to read the bible for themselves?35:33 - Does God have a soul?43:20 - My wife is in RCIA and is wondering what the Church teaches about how many people will be saved. It seems the Bible says the num ...…
 
Questions 12:17 - Can you talk about the history of what would happen to heretical groups after Church councils?22:10 - What justifies idols in the Catholic Church? 49:14 - What do you have to do to get a plenary indulgence?
 
Seems like we just jump from one buying season to another without much thought about why or even what we are celebrating. Debt can be the number one fear for many people at this time of year as they face the pressure to make everyone in their life happy by showering presents on them. Join us and stop the madness by not going into one penny of d ...…
 
Greg and Julie Alexander with their monthly marriage enrichment segment also author Chris Stefanik.
 
The Good News Show helps you live your best faith. Included are series with 5 to 6 minutes of inspirational teachings, single episodes on different topics to build your faith, and interviews that will uplift you and strengthen your own resolve to depend on God in all the challenges of life.
 
Is grace created?, Why do we need morals if we're good following the natural law?, Why is IVF wrong if God gives that child a soul?, How is a Catholic's conscience different from a secularly framed one?, and more on today's Open Line Wednesday with Fr. Mitch Pacwa!
 
Fear Johnnette Williams, the host of WOMEN OF GRACE, wants to see what listeners fear. What would God say about it? We must move nakedly closer to God. We must not bring anything that would move us away from God. Caller Georgianna is afraid for her daughter’s soul. She is not going to any church. Both her and her husband will not go to any chur ...…
 
On today's show, Dr. Matthew Bunson continues our coverage of the USCCB Fall General Assembly, and the bishops' discussions on Archbishop Theodore McCarrick and proposals for greater accountability. Dr. Kevin Vost discusses Aquinas' thought on charity in itself, Dr. John Bergsma wraps up our series on his book, "Stunned By Scripture," and Gary ...…
 
Today on Called to Communion, Doctor David Anders answers questions from your emails, facebook and youtube comments, and text messages that we just haven't had a chance to get to during the regular show, on today's Episode of Called to Communion, come join us!
 
Today on Called to Communion, Doctor David Anders answers questions such as, how can we explain Jesus to Muslims, also, what happens in Purgatory, and, what is a cult? All these questions answered and more on today's Episode of Called to Communion, come join us!
 
Philosophy is not just for the pros. Daily life is impossible without it, and the better we are at it, the better equipped for life we become. Our guest is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Philosophical Quarterly, Father Joseph W. Koterski, S.J., and our guest interviewer is Karlo Broussard.
 
We are all on “God’s time.” Hear what this means in today’s NEW EPISODE. Join us for a pre-Advent reflection.
 
Have You Had to Decide to End Someone’s Life?It’s a situation we never hope to find ourselves in, and can never be fully prepared to face. A loved one is in an accident or becomes terminally ill, and you are the one God places in the position of having to choose whether or not to end life-support measures. This can fill a person (or a family) w ...…
 
Fr. Anthony Sciarappa co-hosts(WHAT!?!?!) as we talk about what Taylor learned about keeping things simple from the high school students he was on retreat with this weekend. (The students may or may not have been a little comically confused)In the second segment, we are joined by a listener favorite Fr. Augustine Wetta. He rejoins the show(from ...…
 
Philosophy is not just for the pros. Daily life is impossible without it, and the better we are at it, the better equipped for life we become. Our guest is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Philosophical Quarterly, Father Joseph W. Koterski, S.J., and our guest interviewer is Karlo Broussard.
 
Join us this week in our discussion on the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time. We discuss Daniel's apocalyptic prophesy and the three fold applications of it. A reminder that there will be a crisis in every generation to bring us to repentance and wait on the return of Christ and to be prepared for our judgement at our own death. We discuss the Parou ...…
 
The Blame Game! Today, the Popcaks show you how to stop felling guilty and take control of your life.
 
Vanessa Dena-Garmo speaks with Al Kresta live from the USCCB assembly in Baltimore, and Joan Lewis joins the program with some Vatican news.
 
Lisa from New York wants advice about how to deal with relatives during Thanksgiving!
 
Recently, I saw an Opera at the Met called Mephistophele. This opera was an Italian adaptation of the German play called Faust. Today, I talk about the role of music and the role of the devil in this opera. The work of the devil reminds us the importance of beauty in our lives. If you like my podcast, please make sure to subscribe to the podcas ...…
 
Today, Al comes to you LIVE from the USCCB assembly in Baltimore, Md.
 
Morning Glory kicks off your Wednesday with Father Vincent De Rosa back with us discussing his busy parish life in the heart of Washington DC! We also talk with National Review Board chairman Dr. Francesco Cesareo about his reform ideas given the current abuse crisis within our Church. We also talk with Jennifer Marshall about an interesting re ...…
 
Today, Al comes to you live from the USCCB assembly in Baltimore, Maryland.
 
Special Guest: Fr. Philip Bochanski Does the Church Hate Homosexuals?
 
Special Guests: JD Flynn/Russell Shaw Meeting of Bishops in Baltimore/Does the Church in America Have a Future?
 
Every Friday Sterling does a casual Coffee & Pearls with seven quick takes of what happened this week!Read more at http://coffeeandpearls.libsyn.com/#BEXeOsfKciizdaCB.99
 
Do you find yourself getting pockets of time throughout the day but having no idea what to prioritize? Should it be cleaning, cooking, reading, hiding in a room and relaxing? Find out how I'm trying to deal with my scatterbrain!Read more at http://coffeeandpearls.libsyn.com/solving-scatterbrain-syndrome#Ysfe3O8rmbgqQE86.99…
 
Why are you an atheist? 03:27 - I don’t find arguments for a deity to be different from arguments for comic book characters.22:15 - I think God is too good to be true and is just a way for us to feel better about dying.43:05 - I believe the philosophical arguments for atheism. Resources Five Proofs of the Existence of God…
 
Why are you an atheist? 15:41 - I have not been convinced that God exists.46:00 - I don’t think there is good evidence for Christianity and there many contradictions. Resources Five Proofs of the Existence of God
 
Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War 1 with Paul and his guest, amateur historian Bob Leblanc.
 
St. Nicholas Tavelic, OFM, Priest, and Companions, Martyrs (Memorial)
 
Vanessa Dena-Garmo speaks with Al Kresta live from the USCCB assembly in Baltimore, and Joan Lewis joins the program with some Vatican news.
 
Teen Talk--New research reveals the importance of keeping a close relationship with your teens. We'll show you how to do it!
 
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