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Govern Yourself Accordingly is a brand new podcast for engaged citizens and public leaders who want to lead change through politics with their integrity intact. If you are someone who is engaged in politics - as an activist, an elected leader, aspiring candidate or simply someone who wants to engage deeply with questions about public leadership this is the podcast for you. We're always on the hunt for people, stories, big ideas and small ones that capture our curiosity about how we can gover ...
 
The SAR Take is a Canadian Pararescue show where we highlight elite operators who work in austere environments to provide medical aid to Canadians. Our goal is to share stories and highlight people who have done some incredible acts of selflessness so that others may live. RESCUE
 
A show exploring all the ways food and the businesses that serve it can be a force for good in the world. Hosted by Alex Coffin, the show looks at health, sustainability and community through the lens of food and the food service industry. Each episode, Alex talks with an expert guest about their life, their business and what Doing Good Through Food means to them.
 
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BONUS EPISODE God Is Present to YouFor the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (June 24), Sister Regina Marie Gorman reflects with us on the ways God remains ever present to us. The joy of that presence is the key to every life.Cy Kellett:Is it really possible to live in intimacy with God? Sister Regina Marie Gorman is next.Cy Kellett:Hello, and wel…
 
PETA has an ongoing campaign against “speciesism” the idea that humans have no right to use animals. But is speciesism — even though it sounds like “racism” or “sexism” — really such a bad thing?Cy Kellett:Is being a speciesist as bad as being a racist? Dr. Logan Gage is next.Cy Kellett:Hello, and welcome to Focus, the Catholic Answers podcast for …
 
Apologist Pat Flynn, from the Philosophy for the People podcast, gets down to basics with us to defend the idea that we can, indeed, know things with certainty. This defense of knowledge helps when we are confronted with the argument that no one really knows anything for sure.Cy Kellett:How can we even know anything? Pat Flynn is next.Cy Kellett:He…
 
It is common to hear the feast of Pentecost referred to as the birthday of the Church because it marks the day when the Apostolic Church received the Holy Spirit in a definitive and powerful way. But is this the same as birth, or is something else happening at Pentecost? Father Hezekias Carnazzo, founder of the Institute for Catholic Culture is our…
 
In this episode, Gordon Isaac of Origin Acoustics, and Tom discuss the path to building a career vs. a job. On our journey which books and inspirations helped us and what does succession or retirement look like in the Systems Integration world.By Simply Reliable
 
One strategy used by those who want to denigrate the Bible is to say it doesn’t meet Christian standards of what is acceptable in the media. It’s a clever move, but is it true that the Bible is too sexy and violent for respectable reading? Cy Kellett :Should the Bible be reserved for mature audiences only? Trent Horn is next. Cy Kellett :Hello, and…
 
Some Christians claim that Peter, the man, is not the rock on which Jesus builds his Church, but Peter’s profession of faith is. Actually, no. Apologist Suan Sonna explains why.Cy Kellett: Did Jesus really found the Catholic church with a pun? Suan Sonna is next.Cy Kellett: Hello, and welcome to Focus, the Catholic Answers Podcast for living, under…
 
An argument has been spreading that Francis is not the pope because Benedict retained some of the papal powers. We ask apologist Michael Lofton to explain the munus/ministerium debate.Cy Kellett:What about the theory that Pope Benedict resigned only part of the papacy? Apologist Michael Lofton is next.Cy Kellett:Hello and welcome to Focus, the Cath…
 
Ever wished for a killer proof to convince all of Twitter that God exists? Logan Gage, head of the philosophy department at Franciscan University, says there is actually a better strategy. Maybe just point to the variety of evidence, and help others to see it.Cy Kellett:I know you want it, but you don’t need that one killer argument to prove God’s …
 
Chris Check, president of Catholic Answers, joins us for a Cinco de Mayo bonus episode to discuss some of the struggles faced by the Catholic Church in 20th Century Mexico. It’s a dramatic story with astonishing heroes and heroines, and nasty villains, one of whom called himself, “The personal enemy of God.”……
 
It looks like Roe v. Wade is finally about to be overruled. What does it mean that the news has been leaked? What does the draft decision say? Joe Heschmeyer joins us to discuss what appears to be very happy news.Cy Kellett:Apparently, Roe v. Wade will be overturned. Joe Heschmeyer is next.Cy Kellett:Hello, and welcome to Focus, the Catholic Answer…
 
Good apologetics is not just a quest to have the right answer. It is, instead, one tool in a larger struggle to win souls. This means that it involves spiritual battle. Our guest, Dan Burke, explains spiritual battle for apologists.Cy Kellett:You want to defend the church? Don’t neglect your own spiritual life. Dan Burke is next.Cy Kellett:Hello, a…
 
Catholics can use to Scripture to defend the fact that Jesus empowered the Church with a permanent magisterium, but our guest, Suan Sonna, says we should also just use some common sense when we explain the magisterium to Protestant Christians.Cy Kellett:Does the church actually have the authority to speak for Jesus? Suan Sonna is next.Cy Kellett:He…
 
Stony Smith is a friend of mine who goes way back. He is a really unique individual with whatever gene it is that makes us do crazy things. In this episode, we have quite a conversation about what is involved in taking on the World's Toughest Endurance Race. Stony attempted this 3 times and was ultimately successful. This relates to SAR as anyone w…
 
Rod Bennett’s new book, These Twelve, helps us see Jesus’ mission through the eyes of the Apostles. For Holy Week, Bennett reflects on what the Apostle’s experienced as Jesus continued to teach them even as he suffered his passion.Cy Kellett:Holy Week through the eyes of the apostles. Rod Bennett is next.Cy Kellett:Hello, and welcome to Focus, the …
 
Mark Wahlberg and Mel Gibson share a few thoughts on what makes a good “faith” movie as we discuss their excellent new film Father Stu. After that we get the lowdown on the real Father Stu from his friend and fellow priest Father Bart Tolleson.Cy Kellett:Finally a great movie about the priesthood. Mark Wahlberg, Mel Gibson and Father Bart Tolleson,…
 
Agnostics say they just don’t know the answer to life’s biggest question. Pat Flynn, Host of Philosophy for the People, says that, while agnostics make some good points, their decision not to decide is ultimately a mistake.Cy Kellett:Hey, let’s face it. Agnostics make some strong points. Pat Flynn is next. Hello, and welcome to Focus, The Catholic …
 
A debate is raging within Catholicism over the legitimacy of modern liberalism. R.R. Reno, editor of First Things magazine, stops by to help us understand the stakes in the debate.Cy Kellet:Modern ideas about freedom are not setting people free. Catholics are debating what to do about it. R.R. Reno is next.Cy Kellet:Hello, and welcome to Focus, the…
 
Is it really true that if you’re not angry you’re not paying attention? Joe Heschmeyer, author of The Early Church Was the Catholic Church, explains why anger at modern problems is not always a virtue.Cy Kellett:Ever hear phrases like, “If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention?” Joe Heschmeyer challenges those ideas next.Cy Kellett:Hello an…
 
SSO Sar is the Senior Staff Officer and is the link between the non-commissioned ranks of SAR and the generals who sign all the paperwork. A very interesting person to talk to as he has a deep history in the SAR community. Enjoy. Don't forget about our training programs! Available by donation Email us if you'd like a copy; 6 weeks, 5 workouts/week …
 
Is there a wrong way to have a baby? Stephanie Gray Connors, author of Conceived by Science explains the human rights issues with in vitro fertilization.Cy Kellet:Everybody loves a baby, but is IVF a moral way to get one? Stephanie Gray Connors is next. Hello, and welcome to Focus, the Catholic Answers podcast for living, understanding, and defendi…
 
Atheists get the big thing wrong, but that doesn’t mean they get everything wrong. Karlo Broussard, author of Prepare the Way, explains why Catholics and atheists can agree on some important insights about God.Cy Kellett:Actually, atheists get a lot of stuff right. Karlo Broussard is next.Cy Kellett:Hello, and welcome to Focus, the Catholic Answers…
 
5 years ago, on the date of publishing, Al Barr died in a parachuting incident. Such a unique, gifted, and dedicated SAR Tech who was taken well before everyone got to meet him. It's important we remember the fallen and today Dylan talks with ALs younger sister, Tanya. The episode today gives an interesting perspective on AL as a brother and what i…
 
In this episode Tom's guest is Lewis Franke President of LED Systems and a certified CEDIA instructor. Tom and Lewis discuss this week's smartPRENEUR Blog by Tom called "Size Isn't Everything." The discussion is based around how to right size your company to bring you happiness, lower your stress, and spend time with your family.…
 
Michael Lofton of the Reason and Theology podcast shares his experience of leaving Catholicism for Orthodoxy and eventually returning. He explains why he concluded he needed to be in communion with the pope, and why every Christian should.Cy Kellett:Is the grass greener in the Orthodox Church? Michael Lofton next. Hello, and welcome to Focus, the C…
 
Apologist Joe Heschmeyer joins us to review Catholic Just War teaching, and spend some time discussing how that teaching applies to modern American wars.Cy Kellett:Is it still possible to have a just war in the modern world? Joe Heschmeyer is next. Hello, and welcome to Focus, the Catholic Answers podcast for living, understanding and defending you…
 
Are you a simulation created by some dude on his computer in his basement? In fact, couldn’t our whole universe be a simulated universe? Patrick Flynn, Catholic philosopher and host of The Pat Flynn Show and Philosophy for the People tackles the growing consensus among the smart people that we might be living in a simulation.Cy Kellett:Could we rea…
 
In recent years, people have been discussing the legitimacy of Pope Francis’s papacy. Patrick Coffin, former host of Catholic Answers Live, released a video presenting an argument that suggests Pope Francis is an antipope. Cy sits down with Joe Heschmeyer to evaluate Patrick’s main points.Cy Kellett:Is it possible that Pope Francis is not the pope?…
 
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