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Best Catholic Diocese of Arlington podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Catholic Diocese of Arlington podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Hosted by the Diocese of Arlington, “Searching For More” features interviews and discussions about topics ranging from culture, morality, sexuality, Church history, stories of those who have overcome adversity, the moral implications of public policy, and more. In addition to interviews, some podcasts will emanate from talks, speeches, homilies, and lectures given throughout the Diocese. Have an idea for a topic or guest for the podcast? Please email your idea to info@arlingtondiocese.org.
 
“I recognize the importance of communications and evangelization, the use of all tools possible to get out the Good News.” —Bishop Burbidge In his threefold role of teaching, sanctifying and governing, Bishop Burbidge is committed to articulating the Good News through all available media. He posts a daily meditation on Twitter (@BishopBurbidge), many of his homilies are available on YouTube, and he enjoys giving video reflections for important events, key Church campaigns, and significant li ...
 
The Diocese of Arlington serves over 460,000 parishioners in 69 parishes and 6 missions in the Northern Virginia area. For this rich community of faith, we offer recordings from homilies, talks, and seminars offered by the Diocesan offices.
 
The Catholic Herald informs, inspires and connects Catholics by sharing the faith story of the Arlington Diocese.
 
Founded in 1795, the Basilica of Saint Mary in Old Town Alexandria is the first Catholic Church established in Virginia. Pope Francis named the church a minor basilica on December 6, 2017 due to its important role in the growth of the Catholic Church in North America.
 
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On this episode of “Searching for More,” Bridget Wilson, Program Director for the Catholic Diocese of Arlington’s Multicultural Ministries, talks about her family’s experience with adoption. Bridget comes from a family of 14, with 12 kids ranging from 10 – 34 years old. Nine of the 12 children are adopted.…
 
Bishop Burbidge returns from a General Assembly meeting of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and addresses the following topics: New mechanism for reporting allegations of sexual abuse by bishops ahead of schedule Is abortion a “preeminent priority?” A new program for priestly formation is sent to Rome for approval Will St. Irenaeus be ma ...…
 
Elizabeth Foss is a longtime Catholic Herald columnist and founder of Take Up and Read, a ministry that encourages women to read and ponder the word of God. She shares more about her ministry and the benefits of engaging with sacred Scripture. Related story: Elizabeth Foss releases a book for Advent prayer…
 
Father Miserendino, who has played saxophone for 25 years, says "it’s time for the Catholic Church to reclaim support of the arts.”
 
Vice Admiral Andrew L. Lewis, a three-star general in the U.S. Navy who also serves as Commander of the U.S. Second Fleet and Commander of Joint Force Command Norfolk, joins the podcast to talk about how faith helped him through his 35 years of military service.
 
In honor of Veterans Day, Bishop Burbidge shares the story of Fr. Vincent Capodanno, a U.S. Navy chaplain who was awarded the Medal of Honor for heroic service ministering to troops during the Vietnam War.
 
Dr. Deal W. Hudson talked about his new book, How to Keep from Losing Your Mind: Educating Yourself Classically to Resist Cultural Indoctrination, during a lecture at the Basilica of Saint Mary on November 5, 2019. Dr. Hudson is the author of seven books. He taught philosophy at three major universities for 15 years and worked in magazine publi ...…
 
Have you ever noticed that a conversation becomes more personal when you call the other person by name? Jesus knows us all personally and calls us individually, walking with us through adversity. He invites us to a more intimate friendship with Him every day.
 
On this episode, Lieutenant Colonel Rory Quinn, US Marine Corps Marine Representative in the Office of the Secretary of Defense, talks about the parallels between military service and living your faith and how his faith has sustained him through over 23 years of service in the Marines. Hear Lt. Col. Quinn’s compelling story of faith and service.…
 
In this week’s episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: National Vocations Awareness week, Veterans Day, and World Day of the Poor are only a few of the celebrations and memorials taking place this month Bishop Burbidge reflects on where we are in the Amazon Synodal process The Feasts of All Saints and All Souls are a reminder that our life on earth ...…
 
Sister Emily Beata Marsh of the Daughters of Saint Paul spoke at our Theology on Tap on November 4, 2019. The topic of her talk was "The Key to Vocation and Mission." She is the National Vocations Director for the Daughters of Saint Paul and a member of their Alexandria Community. The Daughters of Saint Paul own and operate the Pauline Books an ...…
 
Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Engage in an act of self-emptying charity this week by helping someone in need, reaching out to someone you haven't talked to in a while, or praying for the poor souls in Purgatory.Get the 2-minute video reflection straight to your inbox every week by subscribing here: https://arlingtondiocese.org/2minute2virtue…
 
Father Nicholas Blank, a Parochial Vicar at the Basilica of Saint Mary, offers a reflection on the Visitation during our Communal First Saturday. As part of our Communal First Saturdays, one of our priests will reflect on a mystery of the Rosary. Join us every first Saturday of the month at 8:00 am for our Communal First Saturdays. This mediati ...…
 
As we celebrate All Saints Day this week, we're reminded that the saints can be our best possible role models for growing in holiness. The saints were sinners too. But they persevered and became a new creation. Following their example can help us do the same.
 
Antonia Cummings is a 2015 graduate of Marymount University, and shortly after she graduated, she began mortuary school. Hear about why she felt personally called to the profession, and how she lives out the Catholic Corporal Work of Mercy to bury the dead.
 
Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Try to cultivate true humility. Every day at prayer, try to see yourself as you truly are: a sinner loved and redeemed by Jesus Christ, and one who is constantly in need of His grace. Get the 2-minute video reflection straight to your inbox every week by subscribing here: https://arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue…
 
On this episode, Gina Lynch shares her compelling story about volunteering with the Gabriel Project, a diocesan effort that helps expectant mothers throughout their pregnancy. Hear Gina’s story of walking alongside this mother, providing assistance, developing a friendship, and what she learned from the experience.…
 
Saints and spiritual writers offer this sound advice: Prayer is the best weapon we have, and is the oxygen of the soul. Therefore, entrust your cares to the Lord. There is nothing too small or too big to pray to the Lord about.
 
On Thursday, November 14, 2019, the Basilica of Saint Mary will host a Mass and healing prayer service. Mass will start at 7:30 pm and the healing prayer service will begin after Mass. Confessions will also be available. Father John Melmer will celebrate the Mass. On this podcast, he discusses the Diocese of Arlington's Healing Ministry and exp ...…
 
In this week’s episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: Bishop Burbidge hosts a live recording of the podcast for the first time ever, at RALLY 2019 With the help of a decibel meter, the crowd plays "this or that" with Bishop Burbidge. Tune in to hear what he chose: Wawa vs. Sheetz, Chick-Fil-A vs. Popeye's, and more! Thoughts on appropriate Hallowe ...…
 
Your #2minutes2virtue Challenge: Persist in prayer. If you don't have a life of prayer, now is the time to start by setting aside some time to be with God every day. If you already do, try to go deeper in intimacy with the Lord by striving to pray more unceasingly.Get the 2-minute video reflection straight to your inbox every week by subscribin ...…
 
This weekend, the Basilica School of Saint Mary will host several events to commemorate its 150th anniversary. On this podcast, two school alumni, Emily Gaietto (Class of 2009) and Tom Carter (Class of 1967), share memories from their time as students at Saint Mary's. Founded in 1795, the Basilica of Saint Mary in Old Town Alexandria is the fir ...…
 
Bishop Eduardo Kussala, of the Tombura-Yambio Diocese in South Sudan, visits the Catholic Herald and the Diocese of Arlington as part of a 2019 visit to the United States. He talked to staff writer Zoey Maraist about life in the war-torn country, and how he's using the Catholic faith to encourage peace.…
 
Father Edward Hathaway, Rector of the Basilica of Saint Mary, was concelebrant and homilist during the televised Mass on EWTN on October 15, 2019, the Memorial of Saint Teresa of Avila. This podcast contains the homily he gave during that Mass. Founded in 1795, the Basilica of Saint Mary in Old Town Alexandria is the first Catholic parish estab ...…
 
In today's world, our children are subjected to a litany of outside influences, and we cannot always control how they will respond to these things. But we can control our commitment to pray fervently for our sons and daughters. Our prayers may not be answered immediately, but we're called to never tire of entrusting our children to the Lord.…
 
Your #2Minutes2Virtue Challenge: Level up your gratitude to God for all His goodness to you by making a firm decision to turn your bad habits, vices and imperfections into virtue.Get the weekly reflection straight to your phone by texting '2m2v' to 84576, or get it via email by signing up at www.arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue.…
 
"Our Response to Mary's Message at Fatima" - Sister Angela de Fatima Coelho This podcast features a talk from Sister Angela de Fatima Coelho that she gave at the Basilica of Saint Mary on October 12, 2019. She is a world-renowned expert on the messages of Our Lady of Fatima and has spoken to audiences worldwide. She was the Postulator for the C ...…
 
Bob and Bev Ward got married 55 years ago - and are still happy! In this episode of Searching for More, they discuss the secret to a long marriage and tell their story of how a young Kansas girl who had dreams of becoming a cloistered nun fell in love with a young Army hot shot.
 
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, and we all remember Neil Armstrong’s famous words, “One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” So too in our faith lives, as Jesus calls us to take “one small step” closer to Him every day.
 
Your #2Minutes2Virtue Challenge: Let those around you see that you are a different person each time you come from Mass. In concrete ways, let your family, friends and coworkers see that you've just received Jesus Christ in Holy Communion.Get the weekly reflection straight to your phone by texting '2m2v' to 84576, or get it via email by signing ...…
 
Father Edward Hathaway, Rector of the Basilica of Saint Mary, offers a reflection on the Annunciation during our Communal First Saturday. As part of our Communal First Saturdays, one of our priests will reflect on a mystery of the Rosary. Join us every first Saturday of the month at 8:00 am for our Communal First Saturdays. Founded in 1795, the ...…
 
The Blessing of the Animals is a popular tradition at many Catholic churches. But how did it all get started? What can we learn? Franciscan Fr. John O'Connor, pastor of St. Francis of Assisi Church in Triangle, shares the origins of the Blessing of the Animals, and some stories about St. Francis of Assisi's connection with the natural world.…
 
Our nation is seriously ill, and needs a cure. We must address the seemingly constant acts of senseless violence in our communities. We must also analyze the symptoms and heal the disease. The cure is found in Christ Jesus.
 
Your #2Minutes2Virtue Challenge: Test your generosity by checking what your reaction is whenever someone asks you a favor—be it materially or in some other way.Get the weekly reflection straight to your phone by texting '2m2v' to 84576, or get it via email by signing up at www.arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue.…
 
In this week’s episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: Sunday is World Day for Migrants and Refugees Questions University of Mary Washington students had for Bishop Burbidge Catholic hospital is sued for not violating Church teaching Grisly discovery in basement of abortionist’s home Holy Martyrs of Vietnam Catholic Church celebrates 40th anniversa ...…
 
Belayneh Loppisso helped uncover government corruption in his home country of Ethiopia. When the government threatened his safety, he had to forge a new life for himself and his family in the U.S. Fifteen years later, Loppisso is the program director for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Arlington’s Migration and Refugee Services. Now, every ...…
 
What can we do when our lives seem to be a constant series of tasks to check off a to-do list? Bishop Burbidge talks about how taking a moment of silence with Jesus every day will help give you the strength to do all that you need to accomplish.
 
Your #2Minutes2Virtue Challenge: Test your generosity by checking what your reaction is whenever someone asks you a favor—be it materially or in some other way.Get the weekly reflection straight to your phone by texting '2m2v' to 84576, or get it via email by signing up at www.arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue.…
 
Lawyer Lynda Rozell traded in her Fairfax townhouse for an Airstream trailer and now travels around the country, sharing her Catholic faith at campgrounds. Learn more about Rozell's nomadic way of life — and why she calls herself the "Tin Can Pilgrim" — in our Sept. 26 print edition.
 
As humans, we often expect to get what we want when we want it, but we have to trust that God’s will is greater than our expectations. If we have confidence in the Lord, then there is no such thing as an unanswered prayer.
 
Prayer and Our Mission in Life - Father Edward Hathaway "Walking with Christ in Everyday Life" Retreat (Part 5 of 5) Father Edward Hathaway, Rector of the Basilica of Saint Mary, led a silent retreat at Priest Field Pastoral Center in Kearneysville, West Virginia, on September 13-15, 2019. The theme of the retreat was "Walking with Christ in Ev ...…
 
The Hidden Life of Jesus and the Dignity of Work - Father Edward Hathaway "Walking with Christ in Everyday Life" Retreat (Part 4 of 5) Father Edward Hathaway, Rector of the Basilica of Saint Mary, led a silent retreat at Priest Field Pastoral Center in Kearneysville, West Virginia, on September 13-15, 2019. The theme of the retreat was "Walking ...…
 
Mary Will Help Us Get to Our Destination - Father Bjorn Lundberg "Walking with Christ in Everyday Life" Retreat (Part 3 of 5) Father Edward Hathaway, Rector of the Basilica of Saint Mary, led a silent retreat at Priest Field Pastoral Center in Kearneysville, West Virginia, on September 13-15, 2019. The theme of the retreat was "Walking with Chr ...…
 
God's Law Gives Us Freedom - Father Edward Hathaway "Walking with Christ in Everyday Life" Retreat (Part 2 of 5) Father Edward Hathaway, Rector of the Basilica of Saint Mary, led a silent retreat at Priest Field Pastoral Center in Kearneysville, West Virginia, on September 13-15, 2019. The theme of the retreat was "Walking with Christ in Everyd ...…
 
Quo Vadis? Where Are You Going? - Father Edward Hathaway "Walking with Christ in Everyday Life" Retreat (Part 1 of 5) Father Edward Hathaway, Rector of the Basilica of Saint Mary, led a silent retreat at Priest Field Pastoral Center in Kearneysville, West Virginia, on September 13-15, 2019. The theme of the retreat was "Walking with Christ in E ...…
 
Your #2Minutes2Virtue Challenge: Turn to God with all your heart! Cultivate daily a sincere desire for conversion, to reject sin and embrace the life of the Gospel.Get the weekly reflection straight to your phone by texting '2m2v' to 84576, or get it via email by signing up at www.arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue.…
 
This week, as we mark the 18th anniversary of 9/11, we remember the tragedy that left an indelible mark on our society, and especially the brave men and women whose acts of heroism on that day and the days after leave an example for us all.
 
Ken Balbuena, a parishioner of St. Bernadette Church in Springfield and director of pilgrimages at the St. John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, survived two brain surgeries after a ruptured aneurysm. In this episode, he'll explain why he believes Knights of Columbus founder Fr. Michael J. McGivney, St. John Paul II and Our Lady of the Sn ...…
 
Your #2Minutes2Virtue Challenge: Consider how you give Our Lord the opportunity to help you carry your crosses. Ask Him for the grace to bear them patiently till the end for His glory.Get the weekly reflection straight to your phone by texting '2m2v' to 84576, or get it via email by signing up at www.arlingtondiocese.org/2minutes2virtue.…
 
As we celebrate Labor Day this week, we recall how this great country was built on the shoulders of the men and women who came before us.
 
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