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TRADCAST is a traditional Catholic podcast produced by NovusOrdoWatch.org. TRADCAST is a refreshing mix of real Catholicism, sound philosophy, delightful humor, and intellectually challenging content -- it is informative, insightful, smart, unyielding, sophisticated, interesting, witty, cool, and charitable… but above all, it is genuinely Catholic! More information at www.tradcast.org.
 
Join Rose Zacharias for honest and informative conversations about life, faith and what it all means. Each episode, Rose sits down with everyday people to discuss their story and where God may or may not fit into the picture. As a medical doctor, but also as a busy mom, wife, friend, Christian and runner she discusses topics such as depression, suicide, addictions, trans-gender issues, cancer, divorce, infertility, near-death experiences, parenting, marriage and love.
 
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Jonathan Roumie from The Chosen joins Scott Hahn to talk about what it’s like to play Jesus on TV, how his Catholic faith influences his work, and the role of Scripture in the show. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, get an inside look at how God has worked in Jonathan’s life and through The Chosen. Learn More On Wednesday, September 30, join S…
 
Continuing our conversation with Catholic writer and blogger Brendan Hodge on his new book "If you Can Get It" from Ignatius Press and what it means to be a 'Catholic' writer. Show Snippet: "I mean I think we find ourselves at a time right now where a lot of people are struggling with their daily routines being upended...and I think it does cause p…
 
What’s so special about the book of Hebrews? Dr. Andrew Swafford, professor of Scripture and theology at Benedictine College, returns to explain how St. Paul’s writings point to the Eucharist as the fulfillment of the entire Bible. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Dr. Swafford and Dr. Hahn discuss their favorite book of the Bible and how it i…
 
We begin a three-part series with Catholic writer and blogger Brendan Hodge author of the new book "If you Can Get It" through Ignatius Press. We'll be discussing the book itself, what it's like publishing his first novel, and what it means to be a 'Catholic' writer. Show Snippet: "The title is "If you can get it" it's based on the title of a Georg…
 
What’s so special about the book of Hebrews? Dr. Andrew Swafford, professor of Scripture and theology at Benedictine College, returns to explain how St. Paul’s writings point to the Eucharist as the fulfillment of the entire Bible. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Dr. Swafford and Dr. Hahn discuss their favorite book of the Bible and how it i…
 
As we wrap up our four-part series on conspiracy theory thinking we discuss a pastoral approach that places emphasis upon spiritual discernment and guidance as an essential first step. Show Snippet: "So if conspiracy theories are troubling you or troubling someone you know, the first question is "How's your prayer life?" If your prayer life has tak…
 
How does a college football player become a Scripture professor at Benedictine College? Dr. Andrew Swafford, professor of Scripture and theology at Benedictine College, joins Scott Hahn on this episode of The Road to Emmaus to discuss the power of Sacred Scripture and the importance of faithful scholarship. Learn More One of the most influential th…
 
In this part three of four, we take a look at some of the psychological and sociological foundations within conspiracy theory thinking that allow false narratives and misleading information to take root in others and in ourselves. Show Snippet: "When there are things that are hard for us, we want to be able to make sense out of that...this is such …
 
How can we defend supernatural truths with natural arguments? The truths of the faith are beyond the grasp of mere reason and yet they are eminently reasonable. If that sounds confusing, don’t worry. On this episode, Scott Hahn explains the resurgence of apologetics in the Church and shares his favorite resource for defending the faith. Learn More …
 
Continuing our four-part series on conspiracy theory type thinking we deep dive into what this kind of thinking is, and how to identify content that may be engaged in this style of thought. Show Snippet: "So conspiracy theories will often give you the illusion of leaving you to your own conclusions so you feel like you've done the research, you're …
 
What is the intimate relationship between Mary and the Holy Spirit? Both St. Maximilian Kolbe and Matthias Scheeben speak of Mary as the “spouse of the Spirit.” In contemplating the mysteries of the faith, the Church continues to go deeper into her understanding of God’s plan. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn reminds us that the my…
 
This week Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett Salkeld begin a four-part series to discuss conspiracy theory thinking. In this part one, we'll ask what conspiracy theory thinking is and is not, and discuss the difference between this kind of thinking and healthy skepticism. Show Snippet: "This is not just like a social problem, but it's also a Pastoral proble…
 
One of the most influential saints of the 20th century was Maximilan Kolbe, who not only lived the gospel message by laying down his life for his brother, but also began one of the most powerful Marian movements today, the Militia of the Immaculata. In this episode, Scott Hahn talks about his personal devotion to St. Maximilan Kolbe. Learn More Wan…
 
Unlike Christmas or Easter, the Feast of the Transfiguration isn’t usually marked by any special celebration. But there are key elements of the Transfiguration that merit closer attention, especially some of Jesus’ more mysterious sayings which we find in all three synoptic Gospels. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn unpacks the mean…
 
Join Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett as they interview Dr. Stephen Little, Acquisitions Editor of Notre Dame Press, at the University of Notre Dame as we discuss his shift in world view from Catholic Creationism to Theistic Evolution. Show Snippet - "When I was in high school I had to write a research paper and I basically had to synthesize all of the ev…
 
The Church’s rich teaching on the Blessed Mother is nearly inexhaustible. On today’s episode, Scott Hahn and guest Dr. Nina Heereman discuss new developments in Marian study that give deeper meaning to Catholics’ devotion. Learn More As you hear on today’s episode, the St. Paul Center is translating the work of Matthias Joseph Scheeben into English…
 
As Christian Churches around the world prepare for the "Season of Creation" which begins on September first, we present our Thinking Faith family with a sneak peek at a special YouTube series on Pope Francis' encyclical, Laudate Si hosted by our own Tashia Toupin. Show Snippet: "The rate of consumption that our human society is operating at...it ve…
 
Les mêmes causes produisent les mêmes effets. L’infidélité appelle l’abandon de Dieu. Notre Seigneur annonce la ruine de Jérusalem pour son rejet des prophètes et du Messie, tout comme Jérémie avait lui aussi annoncé la captivité de Babylone. Dans la crise actuelle, contemplons les exemples de Notre Seigneur, du prophète Jérémie, et des Machabées.…
 
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