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Volcanoes. Trees. Drunk butterflies. Mars missions. Slug sex. Death. Beauty standards. Anxiety busters. Beer science. Bee drama. Take away a pocket full of science knowledge and charming, bizarre stories about what fuels these professional -ologists' obsessions. Humorist and science correspondent Alie Ward asks smart people stupid questions and the answers might change your life.
 
Join Jess Ann Kirby and Craig Mackay as they have honest conversations about life. The couple behind the blog jessannkirby.com talk about everything from what it's really like to be self-employed, buying and renovating a home, working with your significant other and more. New episodes every Monday.
 
We give you a seat at the table as we interview Owners, CEO's, and key executives in roofing companies. Our goal is to equip you with key insights gleaned from these conversations so you can achieve mastery in your roofing business. To learn more about our Roofing CEO Peer Groups, visit www.limitlessceogroup.com If this podcast has been helpful in your journey, please do us a huge favor and leave a review on iTunes. Thanks!
 
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The joy of Easter is the joy of the Gospel, the Good News that breaks open our lives with the possibility of mercy and hope. That life could be more than we could ever have dreamed, that our days could be other than what we believe we’ve deserved. Resurrection joy this year has been a time of real grace for me. I like to imagine the apostles after …
 
I am continuing my thoughts on John 20: 19-21. How can we understand the wounds of Christ that are on the resurrected body of Jesus Christ. Take care know that I am praying for you. If you like my podcast, please subscribe to the podcast; it really helps me. You can find more of my content at my website www.thefrankfriar.com and my YouTube at www.y…
 
Because one bears is not enough bears, SIX more ursinologists join to answer your questions about polar bear fur, monogamy, that scene from "The Revenant" and more. Five chapters of bear life, from mindblowing mating strategies to how bears get from point A to B, media portrayals of these beautiful beasts and how to save them. Also: do bears want y…
 
Emma Barnett talks to the former cabinet minister Owen Paterson about the suicide of his wife Rose and the charity he's founded in her memory. Evy Cohen talks about Prince Philip and how his mother Princess Alice saved her family from the Holocaust, Georgia Elliot-Smith asks if we should stop shaming women about waste and recyling and as Sikhs and …
 
Questions Covered: 02:34 - How do you defend the Eastern Catholic Church against roman Catholics who say they are not part of the apostolic church? 15:08 - How do you defend your reposition if the person opposes you defines the same term differently? 23:26 - What other bible passages can I use to explain to my protestant friend that Mary is our mot…
 
Questions Covered: 06:55 - How do I explain to my brother why we can’t earn our salvation, but we can prevent it? 15:22 - How to defend human dignity when Christian prayer makes it seem like humans have no dignity in comparison to God? 24:33 - How do you better deal with scientism-the belief that science is the only form of truth? 34:45 - How to ex…
 
Episode #87: Be bold and courageous! Ralph and Terry Modica share personal stories based on the message of Joshua 1:6-9, to empower you in whatever positions of authority and responsibility you have. Ralph describes the time he risked his job by speaking up in the corporate world, successfully influencing upper management to relinquish their contro…
 
Baroness Shirley Williams has died at the age of 90. She was a titan of British politics and a true trailblazer for women. She appeared on Woman's Hour many times and so we take the excuse to listen back to her. We also speak to her good friend, Baroness Julia Neuberger.What do you do if you've just had a baby and you've been called for jury servic…
 
Jimmy takes weird and wacky questions, answering from a Catholic perspective. Questions Covered: 03:20 - How would someone participate in the Resurrection at the Second Coming if they were to have fallen into a black hole or gone near enough to one that time stopped for them, relative to everyone else? It has been my impression that the Resurrectio…
 
Fr. Tad helps callers to navigate the ethics of medicine and the dignity of life. Questions Covered: 14:15 - I disagree that people don’t have the right to take their own life. You can’t know what a person is suffering. I think every person is entitled to their own reality. 28:35 - What is the Catholic stance on ending ectopic pregnancies? 31:33 - …
 
In this episode, we welcome Jessica Connolly, owner of Telos Art Shop (which Lindsay is borderline obsessed with). Her quote comes from The Weight of Glory by C.S. Lewis: “We do not want merely to see beauty, though, God knows, even that is bounty enough. We want something else which can hardly be put into words—to be united with the beauty we see,…
 
Bill Snyder talks about the Feast of Divine Mercy on this episode of Young Catholics Respond. Click here to download The Fearless Scriptural Rosary Resource for FREE! Help support the joint venture between Patchwork Heart Ministry and Fiat Ministry Network by purchasing your premium content subscription and becoming our Patreon. We have two premium…
 
David Skuban joins me for today's program. He is a lifelong Catholic who lives with his family in the Edmonton area. We discuss his faith and how it has been an anchor in his life. He discussed the necessity for us to live in a state of grace and to frequent the sacraments. He is also the host of a great podcast titled "The Catholic Canuck Podcast"…
 
With Divine Mercy Sunday being this weekend, Richaél Lucero explores the message of Divine Mercy that Jesus gave to St. Faustina in the 1930’s. This episode is jam packed! Learn the “ABC’s” of the Divine Mercy message, the necessity for trust, and the true understanding of mercy and how it embodies our relationship with God. Plus, how to receive th…
 
Today, I am pondering over John 20: 19-21. Christ showed his wounds to the disciples. It is this action that I am pondering over. I hope it helps you throughout the week. If you like my podcast, please subscribe to the podcast; it really helps me. You can find more of my content at my website www.thefrankfriar.com and my YouTube at www.youtube.com/…
 
Shepherdess Amanda Owen & the academic Clare Eglin talk about why women tend to feel colder than men. We talk to Clare Balding about Rachael Blackmore the first woman to win the Grand National this weekend. As lockdown eases and the shops reopen, we talk to the Executive Director of John Lewis Pippa Wicks and Andria Zafirakou who won a million doll…
 
The 2011 Census found that 6.5 million people in the UK are carers and provide unpaid care by looking after an ill, older or disabled family member, friend or partner. It found that women are more likely to be carers than men, with 58% of carers being female and 42% male. Emily Holzhausen, Director of Policy and Public Affairs at Carers UK and Alys…
 
Questions Covered: 04:47 - How do Catholics answer Protestants about each of the five solas? 13:40 - Why do Catholics rest from work on the first day of the week rather than the seventh day, like the Jews do? 18:45 - Was there any difference in demonic activity or possessions before Christ’s resurrection and after, since death was defeated? 30:32 -…
 
The Bishop of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois. He has run 24 marathons in 17 cities, three of those in Europe. He is nicknamed "the holy goalie" for -- to this day -- continuing to play that position in hockey. In 2013 he was inducted into the Sports Faith International Hall of Fame. He has just put out a brand-new book called, "Running for …
 
Josef Pieper strikes again! We talk about his book, In Tune with the World, and what ingredients Pieper says are required to have a true festival. About our drink: Octomore 11.1 Exposing the structural brilliance of our pure, unadulterated Octomore super heavily peated spirit, our 11.1 edition is powerful, understated and vibrant. Underpinned with …
 
Catholic Answers apologist Trent Horn joins me to discuss a very important question. Can a Catholic Be a Socialist? Trent says "no" and lays out his case using church history, world history, and the teachings of the popes. It is a great conversation that you are sure to learn a lot from. Listen to Trent's podcast titled "The Counsel of Trent" as he…
 
A parliamentary report into body image has just been published. The Women's and Equalities Committee has been looking into why so many people feel dissatisfied about the way they look. They did a survey which said that 61% is adults and 66% of children feel bad about how they look most of the time. They wanted to find out whether certain groups are…
 
Episode 60: Differences Between Tim and Sara Today on Home But Not Alone we’re celebrating our differences. Often, we’re quick to recognize differences in how other people parent, practice Catholicism, and so much more. And once we see those differences, we can be even quicker to critique, criticize, gossip, or offer unsolicited advice and unwelcom…
 
How can Catholics be so sure that the papacy is ordained and willed by God? Questions Covered: 14:05 - I am orthodox. I don’t understand how Catholics go from the early Church to the papacy. How do Catholics justify it? 21:50 - Did the early Christian community consistently recognize the Bishop of Rome as the leader of the Church? 29:12 - I was in …
 
How can we learn from the saintly women of the Church how to be truly virtuous and holy? Questions Covered: 23:45 - I experience a lot of scrupulosity and have a lot of anxiety about sinning and often think I have sinned when I have not. What is your advice for me? 49:45 - When did St. Bakhita live? What is the book called again? 52:56 - How does o…
 
Joy comes from making God our focus instead of what happens to us. For more on the topic of this podcast, use GNM’s video "How to turn your crosses into resurrections - Part 4" @ https://gnm-media.org/turn-crosses-resurrections-part-4/. The text of this podcast can be found on our website at https://gnm.org/good-news-reflections/?useDrDate=2021-04-…
 
When we were baptized into the life of Christ, the Father gave us his Spirit fully. To reflect more on the topic of this podcast, use GNM’S video, "John 3:34 - God's Amazing Word on Miracles" @ https://gnm-media.org/john-334-gods-amazing-word-miracles-2/. The text of this podcast can be found on our website at https://gnm.org/good-news-reflections/…
 
Guilt tells us the truth about ourselves and invites us to grow from it; shame lies to us and paralyzes our growth. For more on the topic of this podcast, see GNM’s video, "John 3:16 - God's Amazing Word on Miracles" @ https://gnm-media.org/john-316-21-gods-amazing-word-miracles-2/. The text of this podcast can be found on our website at https://gn…
 
Generosity grows from love. The more we love someone, the more we want to be generous with them. For more on the topic of this podcast, use GNM’s video, "Take, Eat, Drink: Understanding the Mass (Communion - Part 2)" @ https://gnm-media.org/16-take-eat-drink-understanding-mass-communion-part-2/. The text of this podcast can be found on our website …
 
A personal relationship with Christ's Holy Spirit is what transitions a sinful person into a holy person. For more on the topic of this podcast, use GNM’s prayer, “Prayer to the Holy Spirit” @ https://gnm.org/holy-spirit/. The text of this podcast can be found on our website at https://gnm.org/good-news-reflections/?useDrDate=2021-04-12. Subscribe …
 
To contemplate Christ involves being able to recognize him wherever he manifests himself. To reflect more about the topic of this podcast, use GNM’s video "Take, Eat, Drink: Understanding the Mass (Liturgy of Eucharist)" @ https://gnm-media.org/10-take-eat-drink-understanding-mass-liturgy-eucharist/. The text of this podcast can be found on our web…
 
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