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Voice actor James T. Majewski brings to life classic Catholic works, with a special focus on St. John Henry Newman and the Fathers of the Church. Over 100 recordings, including sermons, encyclicals, letters, poems, and full books like St. Augustine's De Doctrina Christiana, and St. Athanasius's Life of St. Anthony. A production of CatholicCulture.org.
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The Catholic Gentleman

John Heinen, Sam Guzman, Devin Schadt

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The Catholic Gentleman is a show for Catholic Men on topics related to living your best life in the modern world. Featuring conversations on all aspects of masculinity, as well as interviews with experts, the show seeks to provide practical insights for men of all ages. There are great Catholic men who are intentionally committed to the difficult work of actual life. Join us and be one of them. Hosts include John Heinen, Sam Guzman, and Devin Schadt. Episodes are released weekly. Be a Man. B ...
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High energy, non-boring Catholicism. Oxygen in a toxic culture, and truth in an age of confusion. Catholic Truth is an organization that preaches with passion the one truth of Jesus Christ and the Catholic faith. Apologetics, other religions, spirituality, inspiration, combating atheism, our culture, and more. Our goal is to inspire you, inform you, equip you, and help you to know, love, and live your Catholic faith with purpose and passion, and to be set on fire for the truth! (CathoilicTru ...
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Thinking Faith: Catholic Podcast

Deacon Eric Gurash and Dr. Brett Salkeld

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A Catholic podcast brought to you by the Archdiocese of Regina where we attempt to navigate this faith in Jesus Christ so that we might know him more intimately, love him more profoundly and serve him more deeply in our daily lives.
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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 ...
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Hosted by Dr. Leonard DeLorenzo, of the McGrath Institute for Church Life at the University of Notre Dame (http://mcgrath.nd.edu), Church Life Today features conversations with pastoral leaders and scholars from around the country and covers issues that matter most to Church life today. Church Life Today is an OSV Podcasts partner.
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On Mission

Catholic Apostolate Center

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On Mission is a podcast from the Catholic Apostolate Center. Join Kate Fowler, Chris Pierno, and Fr. Frank Donio, S.A.C. as they discuss all things relevant to the Catholic church today.
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Jon Leonetti is the host of the Catholic Morning Show, a nationally known Catholic speaker, best-selling author, and radio host who conveys a message of lasting fulfillment in Jesus Christ. Through prayer, the Sacraments, family life, and the help of Mary and the saints, Jon wants to cultivate an intimate relationship with Jesus, and help others do the same.
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The Konza Catholic Podcast

St. Isidore's Catholic Student Center

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Two priests serving as college chaplains in Kansas talk, laugh, and teach their way through trending topics, popular culture, and - of course - the truth, goodness, and beauty of the Catholic Faith. Welcome to Rome of the Range!
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HTDS is a bi-weekly podcast, delivering a legit, seriously researched, hard-hitting survey of American history through entertaining stories. To keep up with History That Doesn’t Suck news, check us out on Facebook and Instagram: @Historythatdoesntsuck; on Twitter: @HTDSpod; or online at htdspodcast.com. Support the podcast at Patreon.com/historythatdoesntsuck.
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Ave Explores

Ave Maria Press

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A project of Ave Maria Press, Ave Explores helps you discover and learn about aspects of the Catholic faith from a variety of different angles, looking at topics relevant to the spiritual life in a fresh, engaging, and practical way.
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Presented by Ave Maria University, Dr. Michael Dauphinais, Chair and Professor of Theology, sits down with colleagues and friends to discuss Catholic theology. Ave Maria is a Catholic University located in Southwest Florida. This Catholic podcast covers themes such as the value of a Catholic higher education, religious liberty, how to pray, the philosophies of Thomas Aquinas and more!
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EWTN’s weekly one-hour discussion of current events in the Church, politics, and culture, from a Catholic perspective. Covering the underreported stories and clarifying the Church's position on key teachings, with a focus on the laity's needs and concerns. Hosted by Montse Alvarado.
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A podcast featuring some of the founding members of The Sacra Doctrina Project discussing theological questions with other academic theologians and philosophers. The podcast takes place in a quaestiones disputatae style, encouraging lively and charitable debate. Listen to the most recent episode below.
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Jethro Jones interviews instructional leaders from around the nation to learn and teach what it takes to become a transformative principal. Episodes address topics like Response to Intervention (RTI), Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS), Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS), the latest advances in educational research, standards-based grading, and interviews with industry leaders like Bill Daggett, Rick Wormeli, Todd Whitaker and even people outside the education like Seth G ...
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When we encountered New Age philosophies in Life Coaching that ran counter to our Christian beliefs, we decided to take the best practices of Life Coaching and infuse them with the rich traditions of our Catholic Faith. We're Matt and Erin Ingold, Catholic coaches and the founders of Metanoia Catholic, our Catholic Life Coaching Company. Join us as we share practical coaching tips to being transformed by the renewing of your mind so that you can be free to discover and choose your greatest c ...
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Join Tim Glemkowski, CEO of the National Eucharistic Congress, for the REVIVE Podcast. The 2024 season of REVIVE features conversations with Catholic leaders who are committed to helping you enkindle your missionary fire so that you can share the gift of our Eucharistic Lord with others. REVIVE season two culminates at the 10th National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis, Indiana, July 17-21, 2024. Official podcast of the USCCB’s National Eucharistic Revival (www.eucharisticrevival.org) an ...
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The Catholic Midlife

Karen and Curtis Herbert

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Join Curtis and Karen Herbert of The Catholic Midlife as they address the challenges and joys of midlife from a uniquely Catholic perspective. Grow deeper into this season of life with wisdom from theology, scripture, positive psychology and neuroscience, and proven coaching and leadership skills. Let’s spark a midlife renewal and create a firm foundation for the second half of life!
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The Durham Centre for Catholic Studies is the first of its kind in British higher education. It represents a creative partnership between academy and church: a centre within the pluralist, public academy for critically constructive Catholic studies of the highest academic standing. The aims of the Centre for Catholic Studies are: -To provide a distinctive forum for the creative analysis of key issues in Catholic thought, culture, and practice. -To engage, inform and shape public and ecclesia ...
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Catholics Against Militarism (CAM) is an informal, grassroots, Internet-based movement of lay Catholics that seeks to identify and respectfully challenge militaristic attitudes in the U.S. Catholic Church. We conduct interviews with Catholics and other Catholic groups who are: 1) successfully registering dissent at the parish level, 2) raising awareness of the dangers of militarism through dialogue with fellow believers, and 3) spurring deeper, more honest reflection on the role of violence ...
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Nikhil Hogan Show

Nikhil Hogan Show

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Music interview podcast. Interested in Partimento, Music Schema Theory, Counterpoint, Hexachordal Solfeggio, Basso Continuo, Critiques of Modern Music Education, Gregorian Chant, Catholic Sacred Music, Renaissance Polyphony, Filmscoring, and more!
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The rise in Catholic classical education, a look at the trend. Ahead of the Solemnity of Corpus Christi, the National Eucharistic Pilgrimage continues its journey across America. Pope Francis hosts thousands of children in Rome for the first World Children’s Day. Plus, an Ohio museum holds a treasure trove of Catholic artifacts.…
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Are you a reliable person? Are you someone that people trust to always tell the truth? Speaking the truth is incredibly important for anyone pursuing the Christian life. Jeff Cavins addresses the idea of lying being plastic. He discusses the impact of lying and the importance of speaking the truth at all times. Snippet from the Show “Lying lips are…
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Deacon David Delaney, author of Viri Dignitatem, published by Emmaus Academic, joins the Tangent to discuss the feminine and masculine genius, why love is at the core of personhood, how to truly follow the rubric of mutual submission, why the road to love is the cross, and how to not resurrect a caricature of masculinity that demands to be served i…
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By Brad MinerCarl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was the Swiss psychoanalyst and founder of Analytical Psychology whose contributions to the field may end up being more lasting (and closer to the truth) than those of his mentor, friend, and antagonist Sigmund Freud. Both men believed sexual development is important, but Jung thought human personality was …
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The Vatican’s Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith (DDF) has announced an “extrajudicial penal trial for the “crime of schism” against Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò. DR. TAYLOR MARSHALL PODCAST #catholic #catholicchurch 🌐 *DR. TAYLOR MARSHALL'S WEBSITE* https://taylormarshall.com/ 🔴 Join my PATREON Patrons https://www.patreon.com/drtaylormarshal…
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Dr. Gavin Ashenden (born 3 June 1954) is a British commentator and former priest of the Church of England, and subsequently a continuing Anglican bishop, he was appointed Chaplain to the Queen from 2008 until his resignation in 2017. He became Catholic in 2019. DR. TAYLOR MARSHALL PODCAST #catholic #catholicchurch 🌐 *DR. TAYLOR MARSHALL'S WEBSITE* …
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Naming Children Hey Fr. Josh! I have so loved listening to your podcast and find so much fruit from it. I’m currently 6 months pregnant with my first baby and having grown up Southern Baptist and converting in college, Catholic Baptism is still a bit mysterious to me. As my husband and I prepare to Welcome our small human to the world and the Churc…
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Join us for an episode of What's The Dill as we celebrate Joe Mazzulla’s incredible achievement of winning the NBA Finals. He was the youngest ever winning coach and did it as a Catholic man. We also reflect on the significance of Father’s Day and the cherished traditions I pass on to my son. Discover how faith, family, and legacy intertwine, and b…
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We find ourselves in unprecedented times, where over 69% of Church going Catholics no longer believe in the unchanging dogma of Christ's presence in the Eucharist. This is a grave problem that all men must ask themselves: Why? Fr. Donald Calloway joins John Heinen to discuss the reasons this has been an increasing problem over the last 50 years and…
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By Michael PakalukA Christian should never be angry. So Jesus seems to teach in the Sermon on the Mount: "You have heard that it was said to your ancestors, 'You shall not kill; and whoever kills will be liable to judgment.' But I say to you, whoever is angry with his brother will be liable to judgment." (Matthew 5:21) He seems to forbid anger not …
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Photo by Arina Krasnikova on Pexels.com Almsgiving, prayer, and fasting are ancient spiritual practices that have power to transform our souls. May we put them into practice today! Mass Readings – Wednesday of the 11th Week of the Year (#367) *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives St. Romuald, pray for us!…
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Fear is natural. It's a natural emotion. [00:14:10] Why, then, do we have this emphasis on fearlessness? There are things that naturally come up in life that are always going to give rise to fear. And In those situations, probably what's needed is courage. The courage to act in the face of feeling fear and doing the right thing. Fearlessness is dif…
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AMDG. We live in unprecedented times—or do we? Can a classics degree set you back in the job hunt? What do you do when primary sources seem daunting? Longtime friend of Kolbe Academy Abigail Palmer joins Bonnie and Steven to talk about these big questions and more. She describes how lack of familiarity with history leads to fear and how being fearf…
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By Francis X. MaierTomorrow, June 20, marks the 2024 summer solstice, the longest day of the year. Nobody really cares about the solstice today except wannabe pagans, but it's the official start of summer. And summer is an excuse for the kind of escapist reading that (seemingly) has nothing to do with the burdens of modern life, yet can offer some …
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“Keep his commandments, and you will have a cure for sin.” The Shepherd of Hermas is an apocryphal text written in Rome in the 2nd century. It belongs to the category of "apocalyptic" literature, as it relates a series of revelations given to its titular character, Hermas, who may or may not also have been the work's author. The Shepherd of Hermas …
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When elated by praise, be sure disgrace will follow; for it is said: 'Whoever exalts himself will be abased' (Luke 14:11). When we have freed ourselves from every voluntary sin of the mind, we should then fight against the passions which result from prepossession. Prepossession is the involuntary presence of former sins in the memory. At the stage …
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Some are saying that an official Vatican document with the signature of Pope Francis is being drafted that will be the “end game” for the Traditional Latin Mass and the Traditional Catholic movement. The general failure of Traditionis Custodes has liberal Modernists in the Vatican hungry for a second course of restrictions. Are the rumors true. Dr.…
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https://karlobroussard.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/06/ca240618b.mp3 Audio Download Questions Covered: 04:15 – Is it ok for me to attend a Bar Mitzvah? 06:10 – How do we know for sure that it was Samuel that the witch of Endor contacted? 12:19 – You can lose your salvation but what must happen for that to occur? 19:45 – Is the entire mass a sacrific…
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The Church in the U.S. has made a lasting impact on education and social services. From universities and lay apostolates that educate and form young adults to networks of Catholic Charities offices that provide essential help to those in need, Catholicism in the U.S. is not naval-gazing or self-centered. The Church in the U.S. seeks to serve. Fr. T…
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Is the Catholic understanding of the Eucharist rooted in Scripture? Today, Dr. Michael Dauphinais is joined by Dr. Michael Barber, author and professor of Sacred Scripture and theology at the Augustine Institute, to discuss how Catholic teaching on the Eucharist is essentially Scriptural. Throughout their conversation, they address themes such as t…
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By Father Anthony R. Lusvardi, S.J.In the late 1960s, Father Richard McBrien, future president of the Catholic Theological Society and long-time Chair of the Department of Theology at Notre Dame, declared that the Catholic Church had gotten out of "the salvation business." Though most people wouldn't have put it so crudely, McBrien was expressing a…
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Discover how to tap into your unique motivations and ignite your drive! In Episode 197 of "The Catholic Coaching Podcast," learn practical strategies to stay motivated when the enemy is working real hard to steal your hope, drive, and excitement. Want to learn a way to hack your motivation and build resilience against those things undermine your dr…
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Biden and Pope Francis having head to head mind meld. This is a Biden campaign photo op and all the Democrat Boomers will take this as a sign from God to “vote for devout Biden.” Just watch. DR. TAYLOR MARSHALL PODCAST #catholic #catholicchurch 🌐 *DR. TAYLOR MARSHALL'S WEBSITE* https://taylormarshall.com/ 🔴 Join my PATREON Patrons https://www.patre…
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Photo by Julia M Cameron on Pexels.com Continuing the call to a higher standard in the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus offers a couple of spiritual insights regarding our response to others when life gets messy. Mass Readings – Monday of the 11th Week of the Year (#365) *************** Catholic Inspiration Archives…
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