Best Franciscan podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Explore the history and spirituality of the Catholic Church from a Franciscan Perspective. Sound seeing tours, interviews, and more.
 
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Catching Foxes
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Luke and Gomer became friends Freshman year at the Franciscan University of Steubenville and 14 years later they started a podcast. The show oscillates between a conversation between just the two of us and interviews that we do together of other, fancier people. Sometimes we get explicit either by being too honest or by being too stupid. Either way, it's fun!
 
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Tap Into Life
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Brothers Keith Clark, Tom Nguyen, MJ Groark, and Vito Martinez discuss Franciscan spirituality and the Capuchin way of life.
 
Franciscan University. Academically Excellent, Passionately Catholic.
 
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Franciscan Voice
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Reflections and reviews by Conventual Franciscan Friars
 
This show is hosted by Fr. Bob Warren S.A., of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. Since its inception in 1898, reconciliation and healing through at-one-ment — the unity of men and women with God and one another — has been the mission of the Friars' work and ministries to people of every race, religion, and walk of life.The social ministries of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement serve the poor, the needy, and the homeless, people living with HIV/AIDS, those in hospitals and prisons, ...
 
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!
 
Two theologians walk into a bar... No, seriously: This podcast is about the real world of politics and current events, seen through the lens of Catholic teaching and spirituality. Your hosts, Fr. Dan Horan and David Dault, bring you a mix of perspectives, from Abbey Road to Metaphysical Graffiti. Dan is a Franciscan friar and Catholic priest. David is a radio producer and Catholic convert. They both have doctorates in theology. It is the best possible kind of nerdy.
 
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Clumsy Theosis
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Clumsy Theosis is a production of Catholic Answers.Each week, explore a topic within the Catholic faith to enrich your spiritual life, take ownership of your relationship with the Lord, and strengthen his Church with Richaél Lucero.Richaél holds a master’s degree in theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. Become who you were created to be with Clumsy Theosis—the place to transform the world by transforming yourself.
 
The Franciscan Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother of Nebraska City gather with a group of parishioners from St. Mary's and St. Benedict's parishes to read, pray, study, and reflect on the meaning of the upcoming Sunday Mass Readings. Through their Catholic Bible Study, they hope to be able to more fruitfully receive our Lord in Holy Communion each Sunday.
 
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Friar Side Chats
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A down-to-earth and chuckle-worthy conversation on everyday topics with a Franciscan friar from Duke University.
 
Comic Outpost Founder and former owner Gary Buechler and various hosts will bring you the "San Franciscan" perspective on the best show in the world. San Francisco is the American Capitol for Doctor Who. Reviews and Reactions on the latest episodes plus the latest rumors and news. Once a month until the show starts back up again in August, then it will be the day following each episode. Enjoy! More details to come.
 
Recordings from the Immaculata Mission School, a Catholic youth event run in January by the Immaculata Community in Australia.
 
Reflections about the canvas of life at Mt. Irenaeus Franciscan Community.
 
Conversations with Franciscan University of Steubenville's Conference speakers and staff members
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
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Novenas - Totus2us
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22 Totus2us novenas are: 22) Novena to Sacred Heart of Jesus with quotes from Pope St John Paul II; music by Franciscan Friars of the Renewal; 21) Novena to Sacred Heart of Jesus with music by Fr Rob Galea (20) Novena for Peace, with extracts from St John Paul II's homily at Pentecost in England 1982 and Pope Francis's prayer in the Holy Land 19) Novena to Mary, Source of Joy for the Little Ones, with Pope Francis's exhortation on the joy of the Gospel 18) Novena to Mary, Mother of our faith ...
 
Audio Podcasts from the Youth Outreach office at Franciscan University of Steubenville
 
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Renovo Podcast
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In Latin Renovo means to renew, restore or revive…this is the show where we explore the miraculous nature of the mundane as we look at one part of the Catholic tradition to help you engage more fully in the practice of faith.
 
A narrative history podcast following the journeys of medieval travellers and their roles in larger historical events. Telling great stories, showing the interconnected nature of the medieval world, and meeting Mongols, Ottomans, Franciscans, merchants, ambassadors, and adventurers along the way.
 
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Renovo Podcast
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In Latin Renovo means to renew, restore or revive…this is the show where we explore the miraculous nature of the mundane as we look at one part of the Catholic tradition to help you engage more fully in the practice of faith.
 
Fr. Matthew Bailey is a member of the Franciscan Community of Mercy and a priest of the American National Catholic Church. He co-pastors St. Joseph of Arimathea Independent Catholic Church in New Haven, CT. These are his homilies.
 
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Radio CorMariae
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A Roman Catholic, Non-Commercial, and Educational, radio station broadcasting on a frequency of 88.5 MHz (FM) in the New Bedford, Massachusetts. The mission of Radio CorMariae, operated by the Franciscans of the Immaculate, is to bring all souls to the Heart of Jesus in the “shortest, surest, most beautiful way” (St. Maximilian M. Kolbe) – through the Heart of Mary, His Mother – for the maximum glory of God.
 
This is a collection of 365 moral admonitions of Saint Francis of Assisi (1182-1226) and other notable Franciscans. The compiler of this anthology suggests that Francis "was inspired by God, six hundred years ago, to rekindle in His Church the spirit of humility, simplicity, poverty, detachment from the world, and ardent love of our crucified Redeemer." Indeed, these admonitions manifest a great concern for the cultivation of personal humility, meekness, chastity, and sorrow for sin. The adm ...
 
We are the Order of Lutheran Franciscans, the first religious order of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
 
Sermons, homilies, and talks giving by John F. Beddingfield, a priest in the Episcopal Church.
 
We've interviews with Fr Stan Fortuna CFR (Franciscan Friar of the Renewal & rap artist), John Pridmore (ex-gangster), Marino Restrepo (musician), Fr Raniero Cantalamessa OFM Cap (Preacher to the Papal Household), Bob McCarty (Director for the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry, USA), Kaye Smith (from 'One Love') & Anne Brawley (Youth 2000, USA) - all about 8 mins. Read more &/or comment
 
ICONS Impact is a podcast and radio show hosted by Brothers Angelus and Innocent Montgomery, Franciscan Friars of the Renewal. The Brothers are committed to inspiring all generations with the stories of people transformed by their faith in Christ.
 
Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844–89) was an English poet, educated at Oxford. Entering the Roman Catholic Church in 1866 and the Jesuit novitiate in 1868, he was ordained in 1877. Upon becoming a Jesuit he burned much of his early verse and abandoned the writing of poetry. However, the sinking in 1875 of a German ship carrying five Franciscan nuns, exiles from Germany, inspired him to write one of his most impressive poems “The Wreck of the Deutschland.” Thereafter he produced his best poetry, in ...
 
The LoveLanyadoo podcast showcases San Franciscan astrologer Jessica Lanyadoo's appearances on the now canceled Diana Cage Show on Sirius Satellite Radio. Jessica gives readings to callers, and also discusses various astrological topics with the host.
 
How it fell out that Count Antonio, a man of high lineage, forsook the service of his Prince, disdained the obligation of his rank, set law at naught, and did what seemed indeed in his own eyes to be good but was held by many to be nothing other than the work of a rebel and a brigand. Yet, although it is by these names that men often speak of him, they love his memory; and I also, Ambrose the Franciscan, having gathered diligently all that I could come by in the archives of the city or from ...
 
This is the inspiring story of Saint Anthony of Padua (1195-1231). The son of a wealthy Portuguese family, he was initially ordained a priest of the Canons Regular of Saint Augustine. In 1221, he took up the habit of a poor Franciscan friar and devoted his life to fervently preaching the Word of God. His extensive knowledge of Sacred Scripture and keen insights into its profound spiritual meaning astonished his hearers. To confirm the efficacy of his words, God gave him the gifts of prophecy ...
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
Native San Franciscan author and humorist, SK Morton runs the lousiest walking tour in the City. Now he's turned his attention to annoying people on a scale befitting the world wide web. Take a listen and try to guess when SK is lying, telling the truth or just disinterested.
 
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TOP CHAT
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Tip top TOP CHAT with a great variety of guests who are getting up to good things eg Ooberfuse musician Hal St John, filmmaker Christoph Warrack, Franciscan rapper Fr Stan Fortuna CFR, ex-gangster John Pridmore, Papal preacher Fr Raniero Cantalamessa, kidnapped musician Marina Restrepo, writer and producer Peter Hutley, Youth 2000's wonderwoman Anne Brawley, and actor James Burke-Dunsmore. Many thanks to Alex Williams for TOP CHAT's cartoon cat and Mike Mangione for music from his album Tene ...
 
The Blessed Angela of Foligno, T.O.S.F., (c. 1248 – 4 January 1309) was a Christian author, Franciscan tertiary and mystic. She was noted not only for her spiritual writings, but also for founding a religious community which refused to accept becoming an enclosed religious order that it might continue her vision of caring for those in need. The Divine Consolation is divided into three treatises. In the first, Blessed Angela talks about her conversion. The second is her teachings. And in the ...
 
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Schools of Prayer
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Monks, nuns and priests in Catholic religious communities often have deeply prayerful lives that bring them closer to the Lord. So what can we learn from those with a devotion to great saints like St Thérèse of Lisieux, St Dominic, St Benedict, St Francis of Assisi, St Clare, St Bernard and St Ignatius? From the Dominicans to the Benedictines, the Carmelites to the Franciscans, this podcast series explores some of these wonderful 'Schools of Prayer'.
 
Born to a prosperous cloth merchant of Assisi, Francis (1182-1226) lived the typically high-spirited life of a wealthy young man of his day, which included fighting as a soldier. In 1205, while away at war, he experienced a vision that beckoned him return to Assisi, where he soon lost his taste for the worldly life and began to live a life of evangelical poverty in imitation of Jesus Christ. He embarked upon a pilgrimage to Rome, where he begged for alms alongside the poor at St. Peter's Bas ...
 
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NGO Voice
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Our goal is to provide timely multi-media news reporting that highlights U.N. activity in the area of Human Rights as they relate to Catholic Social Teaching. The mainstream media doesn't always give the complete story. Using the technology of the Internet we bring you the "Good" stories in their entirety.
 
This series features recordings of papers from the 2015 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Interdisciplinary Conference which took place from August 28-29 2015 in Maynooth University. The conference was generously supported by UCD School of History, UCD Research, Marsh's Library, Graduate Studies Office at Maynooth University, the Department of History at Maynooth University and the Irish Research Council (New Foundations Award). Podcasting was by Real Smart Media.
 
Coinciding with the Huntington Library's exhibition in recognition of the 300th anniversary of the birth of Father Junípero Serra, this conference brings together an international group of scholars to explore larger contexts within which Serra lived and the various ways he has been represented in California and beyond.
 
Ever wondered who was who, which was quite what, in the family of the Catholic Church? There are so many wonderful communities and religious orders, families within the family of the Catholic Church - a fabulous party of brothers and sisters, older cousins and new babies. On this podcast, fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers will talk about their communities. Totus2us is dedicated to the mother of us all, Mary Immaculate. Visit Totus2us.com for lots more. Totus Tuus (All Yours) was the mot ...
 
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Fr. Dan and David continue their coverage of the LA Religious Education Congress. They speak with artist Mikey McGrath, LA REC program director Jan Pedroza, friend of the show Mary Switalski, and TeamRCIA co-founder Nick Wagner. We finish with a debrief conversation about LAREC, back in the studio.
 
Fr. Dan and David continue their coverage of the LA Religious Education Congress. They speak with artist Mikey McGrath, LA REC program director Jan Pedroza, friend of the show Mary Switalski, and TeamRCIA co-founder Nick Wagner. We finish with a debrief conversation about LAREC, back in the studio.
 
Richaél Lucero continues to identify the signs Jesus performed in John’s Gospel with the sacrament each prefigures. Allow yourself to be drawn deeper into their mystery as she unpacks the theological symbolism.
 
This week, we have a Lenten reflection from Br. MJ. He continues to build on the previous retreat talk, delivered from Br. Mike Dorn. During this Lent, what in us needs to "die before we die?" What eogic structures and immortality projects have we constructed that are preventing God from helping us to truly life? The Christian journey is one of ...…
 
Prayer? A healthy relationship with the Creator of the Universe should be a priority. Here is why.
 
Prayer? A healthy relationship with the Creator of the Universe should be a priority. Here is why.
 
As the Church of Rome and the Emperor Justin move to restore ties with the end of the Acacian Schism, tensions between King Theodoric of Italy and the Byzantine Empire increase leading to the imprisonment and death of both the Roman Senator Boethius and Pope John I. In the East, the Monophysites face the challenges […]…
 
Luke and Gomer talk about our experience of praise and worship, and charismatic spirituality, and why it may not work anymore for us. Also, Pope Emeritus Benedict's letter on the scandal is touched upon. Sponsored By: Catholic MatchLive your vocation! Go to CatholicMatch.com and put "Catching Foxes made me do it" in your profile. Links: Lena He ...…
 
This is a Catholic Bible study for Passion/Palm Sunday of Lent. This is now the final week of Jesus' earthly journey. He begins it with shouts of acclamations and it ends with a different type of shout. May we faithfully journey with our Lord in His glory and in His sorrow, so that when Easter comes, we may celebrate once again that Jesus Chris ...…
 
Silence and stillness are so crucial for us as humans: for our growth, for self-discovery, and for our relationship with God. But why is it often so awkward and uncomfortable for us to sit with ourselves in silence — in prayer or otherwise? Is there a way to move past the frustration of feeling like you’re just hearing your own voice?YES. Yes, ...…
 
Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday is not a political rally, but an attempt to reveal to the world the deepest expression of love. Jesus is on his way to die, not as a failure, not as a mistake, but simply as the deepest expression of His love for us.
 
This week, we have a Lenten reflection from Br. Mike Dorn. This was recorded at St. Dominic's in Brookfield, Wisconsin for a retreat. Br. Mike's reflection is based on St. Francis of Assisi's radical freedom, true friendship, and generative love. Want to help the friars get more listeners? It's simple, please rate and review us on Apple Podcast ...…
 
What do we know? What is happening? Where do we go from here? All of it discussed here with a sense of healing and hope for the future.
 
What do we know? What is happening? Where do we go from here? All of it discussed here with a sense of healing and hope for the future.
 
Moses and David ben Maimon make their home in Fatimid - soon to be Ayyubid - Egypt, where the Nile and caravan routes linked the Mediterranean ports to the Red Sea and the crossing to the coast of India, a crossing David would attempt to make. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here, my Ko-fi is ...…
 
The Scythian Monks hoped to end the conflict between the Chalcedonians and Monophysites. But their endorsement of Theopaschatism – that one of the Trinity/Jesus Christ was crucified in the flesh caused concern in both the East and the West – as the debates between Cyril and Nestorius and between Augustine and Pelagius continued to challenge […]…
 
In this episode, we literally make one joke for 25 minutes about how we can make Luke's potentially new house more sacred. A sacred space, if you will. AND I WILL! Also we discuss the drama and bizarre tweets of the UnplannedMovie Tweeter account. Sponsored By: Catholic MatchPut "Catching Foxes Made Me Do It" in your profile to find a human per ...…
 
This is a Catholic Bible study for the 5th Sunday of Lent. We are approaching the final weeks of Lent and we continue to hear of our Lord's great love and mercy for all people, the sinner and the sinless. May we know of His great love, turn to Him in confession and be in full union with Him at His Passion and Resurrection.…
 
John wrote about the seven signs Jesus performed. Each sign reveals one of the seven sacraments. Listen as Richaél Lucero identifies each sign and the sacrament it conveys and unpacks the theological symbolism.
 
In this episode, recorded live at the LA Religious Education Congress, Fr. Dan and David speak with author Steve Binz, Fordham professor of ethics Fr. Bryan Massingale, composer Tony Alonzo, and friend of the show Bridget Durham
 
In this episode, recorded live at the LA Religious Education Congress, Fr. Dan and David speak with author Steve Binz, Fordham professor of ethics Fr. Bryan Massingale, composer Tony Alonzo, and friend of the show Bridget Durham
 
Maybe there's a need to welcome someone back into our lives. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, invites us to consider reconciliation amid these new seasons of Lent and spring. Music, "There Is A Light" and “Echo Of Your Peace,” by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded March 31, 2019. Podcast #208. For more information about Mt. Irenaeus, vis ...…
 
This week, Br. MJ and Br. Vito are sharing the next step of Capuchin life, which is novitiate. They explain how important novitiate is in the context of the Church and in formation as well. Also, they share their experiences when they were in novitiate. Want to help the friars get more listeners? It's simple, please rate and review us on Apple ...…
 
Apostolic tradition extends well past St. Peter...behold our Eastern Catholic brothers and sisters and the 24 different rites in communion with the Pope!
 
Apostolic tradition extends well past St. Peter...behold our Eastern Catholic brothers and sisters and the 24 different rites in communion with the Pope!
 
The death of Anastasius and accession of Justin as Emperor offers a new opportunity for the restoration of ecclesiastical union between Rome and Constantinople. However, behind the union many problems remained as a union motivated by politics could not resolve religious tensions. Links: Solidus of Emperor Justin by CNG. Correspondence between P ...…
 
Rebroadcast of the long-running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour," a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org This week’s broadcast is the story of Blessed Amadeus IX, Duke of Savoy, a pious and charitable ruler. Amadeus was the son of Duke Louis I of Savoy. He was born in 1435 in Thonon, Savoy and betro ...…
 
We talk Game of Thrones, Luke's last week in ministry, The Lord's Prophecy in 2014 for Luke's life, Discernment, Real prayer that rarely happens in Church, the Pope Francis Ring-Kiss thing (so weird), and more! Check out Strive21 and use our link so they know you came from us! https://www.cardinalstudios.org/strive?ref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cardina ...…
 
This is a Catholic Bible study for the 4th Sunday of Lent. As we have come to the midpoint of Lent, we rejoice and celebrate because the Prodigal Son is returning home and the father is there with open arms to welcome him. This is an image of us, for we all stray away from our Heavenly Father, but with great mercy and love, He welcomes us home ...…
 
Did you know that St. John wrote a document about the seven sacraments? In his gospel, St. John calls the miracles of Jesus’ ministry “signs”—signs that point to the sacraments of the Church. Want to know which passages reveal the sacraments? Listen in.
 
Focusing in on the Duke Catholic Center’s Lenten theme of Forgiveness, Fr. Mike and Emma dig into the three different aspects we most often struggle with: forgiving ourselves, forgiving others, and seeking forgiveness from Jesus. With great tips for finding and giving forgiveness without reservation, as well as top book and movie recommendation ...…
 
The Father of Modern Genetics is going to be a Saint. Here is why.
 
The Father of Modern Genetics is going to be a Saint. Here is why.
 
The question "Who are you?" has always created a "humanitarian crisis" among many people. Desperate to find the answer to this question, many will seek the answer through exterior or interior means. Ironically, none of these can help us, since the exterior and interior aspects of our lives are constantly changing. Our identity, if it is to be t ...…
 
The mystical theologian Pseudo-Dionysius may remain a mystery, but the influence of his work upon the theology of the Eastern and Western Church is quite evident. From the theology of the Angels, to Christology, to Prayer, Pseudo-Dionysius left the stamp of his thought upon the Church. Links: Icon of the original Dionysius the Areopagite. Pope […]…
 
Rebroadcast of the long-running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour,” a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org Born into a peasant family at Riva, Italy, young Dominic joined St. John Bosco, founder of the Salesians, as a student at the Oratory in Turin at the age of 12. He impressed John Bosco with his d ...…
 
We talk breakdown of the West, the terribleness of politics, why the Extremists are running the centrists off, and Hold On to Your Kids! I want to give a special thanks to our sponsors, "The Five Ways of St. Thomas Aquinas" on Kickstarter and Strive21 (https://www.cardinalstudios.org/a/13029/T4BdJv2Q). Sponsored By: The Five Ways of St. Thomas ...…
 
Fr. Dan and David explore President Trump's recent spree of autographing Bibles, the exploding crisis of drug costs, and how we balance cultural value and horrible behavior
 
Fr. Dan and David explore President Trump's recent spree of autographing Bibles, the exploding crisis of drug costs, and how we balance cultural value and horrible behavior
 
This is my first episode on Maimonides/Moses and his little brother David, on their exile from their homeland in Al-Andalus, and on their winding way to Egypt, which would be their long-term home. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here, my Ko-fi is here, and Paypal is here. I'm on Twitter @circu ...…
 
Did you know the Catholic church very clearly advocates a specific socio-economic strategy? Or does it?
 
Did you know the Catholic church very clearly advocates a specific socio-economic strategy? Or does it?
 
After a brief presentation of the Christology of Severus of Antioch and its relationship to Neo-Chalcedonianism, we move to another attempt at ending the Acacian Schism. However, Pope Hormisdas of Rome continues his predecessor’s strong line toward the East. Links: Image of Pope Hormisdas of Rome. Map of Thrace – site of the Vitalian Rebellion […]…
 
Our appearance on The Matt Fradd Show, first take on Captain Marvel and ranking Marvel movies, the Dark Knight controversy, is Twitter a Hellscape of awful nastiness, and the Catholic Church is a punchline because of the clergy. Soooooo.... Sponsored By: The Brothers and Sisters of CharityGo here and learn more about following Christ in communi ...…
 
Sometimes it’s hard to believe there’s new life offered to us. Fr. Dan Riley, ofm, offers this reflection about transformation during this Lenten season not just of what we’re giving up, but what we’re taking on, too. Music, "There Is A Light" and “This Is Who You Are,” by Fr. Cyprian Consiglio (used with permission). Recorded March 9, 2019. Po ...…
 
God is love—by nature. When he shares himself with us, he gives us that love. While the way we receive and interpret love varies from person to person depending on your “love language,” the Lord has made sure that the Church has all that we need! Discover your love language and how the Lord wants to cater to it.…
 
The permanent diaconate practically disappeared then saw a complete restoration in the 20th century. What happened?
 
The permanent diaconate practically disappeared then saw a complete restoration in the 20th century. What happened?
 
Luke and Gomer are frank and honest about their own first six months of marriage. Luke yells on the way to Mass and brings a towel to the neighbors' guesthouse. Gomer is still abstaining from sexual intercourse because the sounds are weird. Support our Sponsors! BeTransfigured.com/cf and CatholicMatch.com/ Sponsored By: The Liturgical Institute ...…
 
Emperor Anastasius of the Byzantine Empire with the support of Philoxenus of Mabbug, Severus of Antioch and John II/III of Alexandria aggressively move to put an end to support for the Council of Chalcedon, but they face strong resistance. Links: Icon of Severus of Antioch. Kazimierz Ginter on the Trisagion Riots Boethius on Eutyches and […]…
 
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