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In The Bible in a Year podcast, Fr. Mike Schmitz walks you through the entire Bible in 365 episodes, providing commentary, reflection, and prayer along the way. Unlike any other Bible podcast, Ascension’s Bible in a Year podcast follows a reading plan inspired by The Great Adventure Bible Timeline, a ground-breaking approach to understanding salvation history developed by renowned Catholic Bible scholar Jeff Cavins. For each period in the timeline, Jeff will join Fr. Mike for a special episo ...
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Every week, Catholic priest Fr. Mike Schmitz delivers powerful homilies based on the Sunday Mass Scripture readings, inviting you to live more fully as the person God created you to be. Engaging and motivating, these 20-30 minute homilies will help ground your faith, fortify your heart, and transform your life. Fr. Mike Schmitz preaches from Duluth Minnesota, where he serves as the Newman chaplain for University Minnesota Duluth’s Bulldog Catholic campus ministry.
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In Ascension’s The Catechism in a Year podcast, Fr. Mike Schmitz guides you through the entire Catechism of the Catholic Church in 365 episodes, providing explanation, insight, and encouragement along the way. Unlike any other Catechism podcast, The Catechism in a Year (with Fr. Mike Schmitz) podcast follows a reading plan inspired by Ascension’s Foundations of Faith approach, a color-coded approach that reveals the structure of the Catechism, making it easier to read and understand. With th ...
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Question of Faith

Fr. Damian Ference and Deacon Mike Hayes

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A weekly question of faith answered by Cleveland Catholics. Fr. Damian Ference, Vicar of Evangelization and Deacon Mike Hayes Director of Young Adult Ministry in the Diocese of Cleveland co-host with frequent guests from the Diocesan Office who join in the conversation.
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Do you need help answering the toughest objections against our Faith? This entertaining and informative podcast will show you how to share your faith, even with those who oppose it, in very practical ways.
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PERMANENT DEACON TALKING with Deacon Tom Simms ~ is a compilation spirituality, prayer and worship kind of Podcast.I have no original ideas or new thoughts but I act as a 'Good News Salvage Hunter'. I scour old books and the world wide web for items to restore, refurbish and retell through these homily pods. It started with inspiration from Fr Dan Crosby OFM.Cap ,Fr Dan Goergen O.P.,Ph.D and music created by Mike Anderson. The Homily Pods are based on the Sunday Mass readings. Their purpose ...
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From the St. Paul Center, the Road to Emmaus with Scott Hahn presents the deeply biblical roots of Catholic teaching and practice. Join him to learn how Sacred Scripture forms and informs our notions of morality and spirituality, liturgy and the sacraments, and so much more.
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Welcome to The 5 Suit Theory, a show where yours hosts/Theorists Kaz, Mike and Sebbz give you unfiltered and natural commentary on everyday topics from their millennial perspective. With a knack for independent expression & thinking, the Theorists give their take on navigating everyday life and current events while simultaneously trying to build their empire and collect their suits.
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Minor Characters

Casey Cole, OFM and Tito Serrano, OFM

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Fr. Tito and Fr. Casey are Franciscan friars and Catholic priests. Each week, we interview another Franciscan and hear their incredible stories of faith, trial, and comedy.
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Co-hosts Mike Walsh, Jennifer Mauro, Marianela Nunez and Kari Janisse interview Catholic leaders from in and around the Diocese of Camden about what brought them to where they are now and how they are bringing the faith to their communities.
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Faith on Trial

Iowa Catholic Radio

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Our freedom of conscience and religion is being challenged by laws and regulations being imposed by secular society. Deacon Mike Manno and Gina Noll talk to the top Christian litigators in the nation who have come forward to tell the truth and help defend our faith.
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Welcome to Immerse: Beginnings! An Immerse Bible Reading (and listening!) Experience Featuring the full New Living Translation (NLT) Bible, Beginnings is the second installment of the six volumes of Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience program. Beginnings takes the reader on a new and unique journey through the first five books of the Bible, the Pentateuch. From Genesis through Deuteronomy, Beginnings provides the reader with enjoyable and impactful readings. The end result is a Bible devel ...
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Welcome to Immerse: Beginnings! An Immerse Bible Reading (and listening!) Experience Featuring the full New Living Translation (NLT) Bible, Beginnings is the second installment of the six volumes of Immerse: The Bible Reading Experience program. Beginnings takes the reader on a new and unique journey through the first five books of the Bible, the Pentateuch. From Genesis through Deuteronomy, Beginnings provides the reader with enjoyable and impactful readings. The end result is a Bible devel ...
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LIVE from the studio of Archangel Radio this is LA Catholic Morning, with Ellen Taylor and Todd Sylvester. Monday-Friday from 7am-8am we talk with local and national guests that share their own unique perspectives of the Catholic Faith. Todd Sylvester is your host along with co-host, Ellen Taylor, and producer, Mike Romano
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Plugged In is a monthly podcast offering personal and professional insights from guests with hands-on involvement in the life of adolescents and expertise in education and related fields. Our goal is to partner with parents and adults involved in the formation of young men and women by inviting them to tune into ongoing and engaging conversations that offer insight into the lives, habits, culture, gifts, and challenges of the current generation of adolescents. We hope these insights will ena ...
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The Catechism In A Year (Jan 2024) - An Eastern Catholic Series

Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church - The Catechism In A Year - A Christian Faith Study Series

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This daily study series of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church (UGCC)—the largest of all the Eastern Catholic Churches—is scheduled to begin January 1st, 2024. In 33 weeks, we will work through the Ukrainian Catholic Catechism "Christ Our Pascha." During each daily episode there will typically be both a ~10 minute (1) reading from "Christ Our Pascha" and (2) reflection with some explanations and insights on the reading. Our Eastern equivalent to Fr. Mike Schmitz "The [Latin] Catechism In A Y ...
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Fr. Paul Houlis is, in no way, His Holiness, but he sure is, “His HoliMess.” He knows from personal experience that one’s life can truly be a beautiful, holy, mess. Are we not all, in some way, “A Holy Mess?” After all, holiness is messy! We live in a messy world, and God entered the depths of its “messiness” and made it “holy”. He can do the same for one’s life! So tune in, and bring your mess with you. You’ll find out that God doesn’t just clean the mess of one’s life but uses it! He turns ...
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Everyone loves a good story. Join Catholic priest Fr. James Yamauchi every Wednesday for wholesome tales for the whole family. Each short story is about someone you know, but we don’t tell you who until the end. If these stories sound a lot like Paul Harvey’s The Rest of the Story or Mike Rowe’s The Way I Heard It, that’s because both these shows have inspired That’s the Word. Our true stories tend to reflect our interests, which include Christianity, history (especially American history), m ...
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NET Ministries

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NET Ministries challenges young Catholics to love Christ and embrace the life of the Church. Every August, 150 young Catholics aged 18-28 leave behind their jobs, school, family, and friends to devote nine months to serving with the National Evangelization Teams (NET). Divided into 14 teams, they travel across the U.S. for nine months to share the Gospel with young people and their families. Since 1981, NET teams have led over 29,000 retreats and ministered to more than 1.7 million young Cat ...
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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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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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Restoring the Faith Media

Restoring the Faith Media

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We produce content which truly captures the essence of our illustrious faith. We are boldly, authentically, and unapologetically Catholic. Like us on Facebook, support us on Patreon, and subscribe to our YouTube Channel today! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/restoring-the-faith-media/support
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Conservative Conversations with ISI

Intercollegiate Studies Institute

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Conservative ideas are no longer welcome on most college campuses—or anywhere else. If you are a conservative student or professor, or just interested in the conservative intellectual tradition, this podcast is for you! Join Johnny Burtka, Marlo Slayback, and Tom Sarrouf for in-depth conversations with leading thinkers on the most important issues facing conservatism.
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The Sounds of Nightmares

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Noone, a timid young girl, is committed to The Counties Psychiatric Institute due to her ever-worsening nightmare disorder. She is placed under the care of The Counsellor who has dedicated his life to helping kids overcome their ailments, himself a product of childhood trauma. As Noone recounts her nightly torments during their sessions together, it becomes clear that her dreams unfold with a sinister life of their own. When The Counsellor realizes that her nightmares bear uncanny similariti ...
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Christina Cox , author of "Catholics in Washington, DC." "Catholics in the Capital" radio host, writer & podcaster. Currently with Guadalupe Radio Network on WMET 1160 AM every Friday at 1:00 PM. Breaking news on Pope Francis and "What to do in Washington, DC" for the latest on religious news, spiritually & faith. Weekly guests and co-hosts Father Jack Hurley, Dan, Dan the Radio Man & Michael Washabaugh (Mike at the Mike)radio producer.
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RED-C Roundup is a local Bryan/College Station, TX live Catholic radio production by the RED-C Apostolate. Tune in live at 11 AM every Wednesday to hear local church and ministry updates, Catholic events in the area, and to hear live interviews with local and national Catholic figures. Our hosts Deacon Mike Beauvais, Pam Marvin, Judy Comeaux, and Maria Sotolongo conduct inspiring interviews with pro-life advocates, Catholic authors, speakers, podcasters, radio hosts, priests and clergy, and ...
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​​Hello everyone, I’m Mike Frey, your host, I want to welcome you to my Bereavement Miracles program of recovery. The Bereavement Miracles program is a 12-step systematic approach to unity and hope when dealing with the loss of a loved-one. My intent of this 12-step program is to help our listeners begin their journey towards healing by way of developing fellowship and a relationship with Christ. ​​The word Miracles can be understood by the little changes in one’s life. What I mean by this i ...
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Passion Harvest

Passion Harvest Podcast

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What if you had all the answers to your questions, to support you in creating your heart’s desire. Why am I here? What is my purpose? What is it all about? What is my soul path? What happens when I die? Where do I go? Passion Harvest interviews thought leaders across the globe who explore the boundaries of consciousness, going beyond the veil, offering you insights that encourage you to awaken, to discover freedom, hope and to remember the truth of who you really are. Passion Harvest founder ...
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Kirill Was Here (aka Slut Whisperer), his best friend Kevin, and radio personality Niko join forces for a weekly roundtable conversation. Honest, provocative, and consistently offensive, their bizarre choice of topics and life experiences don't make it the best show, but it sure is Not The Worst Show. New episode every Tuesday. CONTACT: STUFF@NTWSHOW.COM Music & Production: Mike Young Studio
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The Vigil Praise podcast is here so that you can listen to the homilies and anything else from Vigil Praise, when you are not able to come or if you want to listen to it again. Please pass it on to your friends as well
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Join Mike Tenney as he and his guests highlight the true, good and beautiful elements found in classic and modern pop culture. He ties the aspects of living our faith to the music and movies that impact the world around us.
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Together, with Fr. Mike, we explore what happens to us at and after the moment of our death. We examine the importance of understanding that the Christian, who unites his death with Christ Jesus, takes a step towards Christ in everlasting life. Fr. Mike emphasizes that we have an active choice in our journey to our Father in heaven. We should not s…
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In today's readings, Fr. Mike highlights David's humility in two instances: when David asked the Gibeonites how he could repair their relationship after they had been mistreated by Saul, and when David takes a step back from battle. He also explains the role of the gatekeepers as people who would be responsible for guarding the doors to the Temple.…
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Pope John Paul II said that what modern man needs—and is missing—is an "adequate anthropology", or, a full understanding of what it looks like to be human. Over the course of his pontificate, he gave it his best shot using the entirety of scripture, 2,000 years of church teaching, and the latest scientific understandings of the human person. Today,…
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Homily from the Solemnity of the Ascension. Who am I building up? God has given us His promise of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit sanctifies us and makes us holy, but the gifts of the Holy Spirit are given to us so that we can participate in the work of God in the world. At His Ascension, Jesus promised the Holy Spirit so that we could continue Hi…
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YEAR B PENTECOST 19/5/24 Acts 2:1-11; Cor 12:3-712-13; Gospel John 20:19-23 On the feast of St Matthias on Tuesday, we read in the gospel, how the Apostles were commissioned by Jesus to go out to the whole world and bear fruit. Send forth your Spirit, O Lord © Mike Anderson 2001 Based on Psalm 103(104) © The Grail England, and used with permission.…
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Fr. Mike points out how violence begets violence in the reading from 2 Samuel, and shows us how the sins we commit extend much further than ourselves. We also read about the Temple musicians in 1 Chronicles, we hear Psalm 39, written by one of those musicians, Jeduthun. Today's reading are 2 Samuel 20, 1 Chronicles 25, and Psalm 39. For the complet…
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Together, with Fr. Mike, we arrive at the “nugget day” or summary for the Catechism paragraphs on the Resurrection and the Christian vision of death. Fr. Mike emphasizes that in the face of death, we must not grieve as though we have no hope. He also points out the importance of preparing for the hour of our death. Today’s readings are Catechism pa…
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Fr. Mike examines the mystery of death and dying in Christ. Together, we explore the reality that in order to live with Christ, we must first die with Christ. Fr. Mike emphasizes that Christ accepted death in an act of free and complete submission to God’s will, and how we can follow that example by completely accepting God’s will in our own lives.…
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In today's readings, Fr. Mike points out how the loss of David's son overshadows everything else for a time. The readings are 2 Samuel 19, 1 Chronicles 24, and Psalm 38. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is ad…
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Join Pam Marvin on this week's episode of "RED-C Roundup" for an inspiring and heartfelt conversation with Monsignor Leonard Pivonka. Together, they delve into: ✟ The Marian Movement of Priests: Explore the history, significance, and transformative power of this global movement. ✟ Praying the Rosary and the Chaplet of the Seven Sorrows: Discover th…
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What places hold significance, and who are the key figures in the narrative of Catholicism in the United States of America? From both a historical and modern perspective, the story of the Church in the US is expansive, diverse, and compelling. Authors Kevin Schmiesing and Meg Hunter-Kilmer share their insights and expertise on the noteworthy locati…
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Deacon Mike Beauvais and Father Brian Eilers explore The Solemnity of the Ascension of Our Lord, uncovering the deep spiritual significance of this pivotal event in Christian theology. This episode delves into how the Ascension not only commemorates Jesus' rising to Heaven but also illuminates our own spiritual journey and destiny. Discover the cru…
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Today, we hear about the downfall of Absalom, and how David reacts to the news of his death. In Chronicles, we read about David changing some of the rules of worship, as he prepares for Temple worship. The readings are 2 Samuel 18, 1 Chronicles 23, and Psalm 37. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The …
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Together, with Fr. Mike, we unpack some of the questions surrounding the resurrection of the dead. The Catechism clarifies who, how, and when each person will rise from the dead, body and soul. We also examine how we are already somewhat in participation with Christ’s death and resurrection through our Baptism. Today’s readings are Catechism paragr…
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Join us for an engaging discussion on education reform and school choice with Corey DeAngelis, a prominent advocate and researcher in the field of education policy. In this podcast hosted by the Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI), Corey dives deep into his work and insights on how school choice can positively impact students and families. Core…
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Meet Gianna Koser, not your everyday teenager, but a Catholic whose soulful testament to spirituality and heritage has earned her the Christus Vivit National Youth Award. In a heartfelt conversation, she shares her aspirations, the cultural tapestry of her Slovenian and Lebanese lineage, and how these threads weave into the fabric of her devotion. …
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Fr. Mike explores the essential element of Christian Faith that we “look forward to the resurrection of the dead.” We examine how this belief in the resurrection of the dead means that both our mortal soul and our mortal body will come to life again, that eventually every single human being will get their body back. Today’s readings are Catechism p…
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Fr. Mike explains the events of today's readings, breaking down Hushai's advice to Absalom, David's warning and charge of Solomon, and the theme of centralized worship. We all desire to be temples of the Holy Spirit, and we bring this prayer to God through today's episode. Today's readings are 2 Samuel 17, 1 Chronicles 22, and Psalm 36. For the com…
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Episode 70 is a the dissecting of what Sebbz considers the greatest modern day rap beef (track wise) and what Mike considers the worst rap beef of all time, as he calls it a soft beef where both artists were afraid to take it there. We discuss does this J Cole's absence and how it will remain a stain on his record forever, how neither fanbase will …
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Fr. Mike talks about the horrible things that can happen when we turn away from God and stop asking him "what's the next step?" In today's readings we see David humbled and humiliated, Absalom revealing how devastating sin is, and the evil that comes from war. Today's readings are 2 Samuel 16, 1 Chronicles 21, and Psalm 15. For the complete reading…
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The Catechism provides an overview on how Jesus grants the Church the ability to forgive sins through both Baptism and the sacrament of Reconciliation. Fr. Mike doubles down on the revelation that there is no sin that Jesus can’t forgive—and no one is disqualified. Today’s readings are Catechism paragraphs 976-987. This episode has been found to be…
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