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Sunday Homilies and Theological Reflections with Fr. Josiah Trenham - Weekly homilies and theological reflections recorded from the amvon of St. Andrew Orthodox Church in Riverside, California. This podcast is likewise sponsored by Patristic Nectar Publications, a publisher specializing in resources for Orthodox catechesis. We thank you for allowing us to be a part of your spiritual quest, and we hope that your listening experience is an edifying one.
 
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On Wednesday November 4, Deacon Mike talked with Dr. Francis Beckwith, Professor of Philosophy in Church State Studies at Baylor University, where he also serves as the Associate Director of the graduate program in philosophy, and he is also an affiliate professor of political science. Dr. Beckwith is also a “revert” to the Catholic Faith, and spok…
 
On Wednesday October 28, in the first part of the show Judy talked about the Feast of St. Jude Thaddeus who was a martyr, and is the patron saint of hopeless or desperate causes. In the second part of the show, Judy talked with Terrie Lipscomb about the Holy souls in Purgatory, and the importance of praying for them. They had a great discussion abo…
 
On Wednesday, October 21, Pam talked a little bit about marriage, as October 21 was her 31st wedding anniversary! She quoted St. JPII and talked about the beauty of the Sacrament of Marriage. In the second part of the show, she spoke with Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, author of a new book, Light and Leaven: The Challenge of the Laity in…
 
On Wednesday, October 7, host Deacon Mike Beauvais talked about Diaconate Formation with Robin Waters, Station Director of RED-C Catholic Radio: KYAR in Waco, Texas. Robin is on his way to becoming a deacon and was just recently instituted as an acolyte. An acolyte is one of the traditional minor orders retained as part of the process for becoming …
 
On Wednesday, September 30, host Pam Marvin talked with James Adams, Theology teacher at St. Joseph Catholic School in Bryan, Tx. In the first part of the show, they had an interesting discussion about the archangels. Did you know there are 7? Tune in to hear more! In the second half of the show, James and Pam talked about the USCCB’s document, For…
 
On Wednesday, September 23, host Judy Comeaux spoke with Malachy Fallon, Executive Director of the Xavier Society for the Blind in New York. The Xavier Society for the Blind provides religious, spiritual, and inspirational reading materials in braille and audio to blind and visually impaired individuals. Malachy talked about the history of the orga…
 
This episode was a roundtable discussion about sharing our faith in professional settings! On Wednesday, September 16, former President of the Texas A&M University Catholic Faculty and Staff Network Dr. Roger Martinez, current President Jessica Lennerton, and President of the Christian Faculty Network Dr. Micah Green talked about sharing the faith …
 
On Wednesday, September 9, host Gene Wilhelm spoke with Fr. Timothy Vaverek about his journey and discernment to the priesthood. Fr. Timothy is the pastor at St. Mary’s Church of the Assumption in West, Texas. In the first part of the show, Gene talked about saints of the day, Saint Peter Claver, a Jesuit from Barcelona who ministered on slave ship…
 
On Wednesday, September 2, host Deacon Mike Beauvais talked with Dr. Michael Foley, Professor of Patristics at Baylor University, and author of multiple books including Drinking With the Saints: The Sinner’s Guide to a Holy Happy Hour. In the first part of the show, Deacon Mike talked about our two upcoming benefit dinners for KEDC and KYAR where D…
 
On Wednesday, August 26, host Judy Comeaux spoke with Patricia Hefti, leader of the 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil. In the first part of the show, Judy talked about St. Monica, who prayed for 21 years for the conversion of her husband and son, the son who later became St. Augustine. In the second half of the show, Patricia Hefti talked about the 40 …
 
On Wednesday, August 19, host Pam Marvin spoke with Fr. Jason Bonifazi, new Pastor at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bryan. In the first part of the show, Pam talked about hope during this back to school time, and the Saint of the Day, St. John Eudes, a French priest and founder of both the Order of Our Lady of Charity and the Congregation of Jesus …
 
On Wednesday, August 12, host Gene Wilhelm spoke with former special operative “CT” about his life story and military experience which showcases the power of prayer during times of adversity. In the first part of the show, Gene talked about Saint Jane Frances de Chantal, protégé of St. Francis de Sales and founder of the Sisters of the Visitation. …
 
On Wednesday August 5, Deacon Mike Beauvais spoke with Dr. Robert J. Matava, an Associate Professor and Dean of the Graduate School of Theology at Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia, about the Christendom Project, a great opportunity for students at different universities to gain a new appreciation for their faith while working toward a p…
 
In this episode, Gavin Ortlund and I talk about Anselm of Canterbury's pursuit of joy and Augustine of Hippo's doctrine of creation. You will not want to miss this one. Gavin Ortlund (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary) serves as senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Ojai in Ojai, California. He is the author of Theological Retrieval for Evangelic…
 
On Wednesday, July 29, Pam Marvin invited Fr. Paul-Michael Piega on the show to talk about his journey to the priesthood. Fr. Paul-Michael is a Texas A&M graduate and is one of two new associate pastors at St. Mary’s Catholic Center in College Station. The first part of the show, Pam talked about St. Martha, as the day's Gospel reading was from Mat…
 
On Wednesday July 22, Judy Comeaux talked with Gail Peterson about simplicity. In the first part of the show, Judy talked about St. Mary Magdalene as today is her feast day. Mary Magdalene was a Jewish woman who traveled with Jesus, and was a witness to the crucifixion and its aftermath. She is even sometimes referred to as an apostle to the apostl…
 
On Wednesday, July 15, Pam Marvin talked with the newly assigned Vocations Director for the Diocese of Austin, Fr. Greg Gerhart, about dating. In the first part of the show, Megan Silas, Pam’s co-host on the new podcast, Shoulder to Shoulder, talked about St. Bonaventure, a Franciscan priest who united the pastoral and practical aspects of life wit…
 
On Wednesday, July 8, Gene Wilhelm talked with Fr. Augustine Ariwaodo from St. Peter’s Catholic Center at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, about his life and path to the priesthood. Fr. Augustine is originally from Nigeria, came to the US in 2008, and was ordained to the priesthood in 2013. In this episode he told the eventful story about how God …
 
In this episode, Paul Maxwell and I talk about his work on trauma and reformed theology. He argues that reformed theology conceptually teaches good and true dogma but that the individual experience of this theology among those who have experienced trauma needs to be considered. Maximal control and overly negative views of human nature can affect so…
 
Emeritus Professor Stan Fowler of Heritage Seminary talks with me about baptism in the Baptist tradition and especially its sacramental character. I think you will find this talk fascinating and perhaps eye-opening. Baptism, argues Professor Fowler, is sacramental. Before you jump to conclusions about what that might mean, first listen to the conve…
 
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