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There are so many great Catholic talks around the world that you might have missed. So Xt3 is bringing some of these talks to you! Have a scroll through the episodes, you are guaranteed to find a podcast that will be of interest to you.
 
The University of Sydney Chaplaincy is a vibrant presence on campus. Every week they have a different speaker in to talk on some relevant, challenging topic. You can check out the University of Sydney's chaplaincy website here.Also here - LIFEWEEK at the University of Sydney brought a range of speakers to campus, along with a free BBQ or two along the way! Keywords: Pell, Cardinal, Saints, MacKillop, Faith, Freedom, Truth, University, Campus, Sydney
 
The Bible Christian Society provided quick answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the Catholic Church and they called it Two-Minute Apologetics. We loved it so much we have turned it into a podcast! Every episode there is a question about the Catholic Faith, followed by a short, sweet and logical answer. Giving you the armour to defend your faith. Please visit the Bible Christian Society - we would like to thank John S. Martignoni for sharing his resources. Xt3 would like to attribute t ...
 
The WORD. Listen to God's Word wherever you are! Xt3 has recorded the Daily Mass Readings for you to listen to on the train, in the car or on your daily walk...This is The WORD of the Lord... Music is licensed under a Creative Commons license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ "Hear Us Now (poptastic mix)" by scottaltham http://ccmixter.org/files/scottaltham/20747
 
This podcast is a collection of debates, lectures and conversations regarding the same-sex marriage discussion going on in Australia. Too often voices are silenced in this debate, and those advocating for marriage between a man and a woman are not given a chance to speak their views in public. This podcast gives you a chance to listen to respectful and intelligent conversations about marriage in a Australia.
 
Truth on Tap is a monthly Wednesday night event at Brookvale Hotel on Sydney's Northern Beaches. Running on the 1st Wednesday night of the month, Truth on Tap aims to bring quality Church teaching to the Northern Beaches.Music is licensed under a Creative Commons license: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ "Hear Us Now (poptastic mix)" by scottaltham http://ccmixter.org/files/scottaltham/20747
 
"Reasons for Hope" is a chance for young people (aged 15 - 35) to learn more about God in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The weekend includes time for prayer, sport, talks, entertainment, the chance to enjoy great company and the chance to celebrate St. Patrick’s day. Eucharistic Adoration will also take place throughout the entire weekend. Listen to the talks from the 2010, 2011 and 2012 retreats here on Xt3, or visit the Reasons for Hope website to keep up with the latest news: www.rea ...
 
In this podcast series Mary and Laura from Xt3 will research one woman from the bible each episode, and have a conversation about their legacy and their story.Disclaimer: We are not theologians or biblical scholars, just keen catholic women wanting to read and discuss God's word. Please correct us if we say anything that is incorrect by leaving a comment in the podcast (leave a comment if you like something we said too!)
 
iWitness is a conference for young adults who are keen to meet other young people, learn more about the Catholic Faith and have a whole lot of fun. This year 260 participants joined together for iwitness 2011 which was held at Stanwell Tops, an hour south of Sydney. iWitness is all about living life to the full, sharing our faith and encountering Christ anew in our lives. Listen to the talks at iwitness recorded by Xt3.com
 
'I have decided to announce an Extraordinary Jubilee which has at its centre the mercy of God. It will be a Holy Year of Mercy. We want to live in the light of the word of the Lord: “Be merciful, even as your Father is merciful” (cf. Lk 6:36). And this especially applies to confessors! So much mercy! This Holy Year will commence on the next Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception (8 December 2015) and will conclude on Sunday, 20 November 2016, the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of t ...
 
The Archdiocese of Sydney held a Vocation Discernment Weekend in November 2010, and again in April 2011, at The Seminary of the Good Shepherd in Homebush. Listen to the talks in this podcast!
 
Each week in Advent, a member of Xt3 will share their family Christmas traditions in our exciting new podcast!
 
The SCENE Congress in Sydney, Australia is a great opportunity for all ages, especially the Youth, to come together and learn about the New Evangelisation, called for by Pope John Paul II. From Monday 12th July until Friday 16th July, Sydney's streets, churches, pubs and school halls will be filled with pilgrims taking part in catechesis, talks, workshops and street evangelisation - and Xt3 will be recording all the great talks from the Congress so you don't miss out!In this podcast, listen ...
 
ACYMC - Australian Catholic Youth Ministry Convention 2014 Xt3.com recorded the workshops at the ACYMC.
 
Listen to the stories of the Saints as told by young people, Bishops, priests and religious from around Australia.
 
In 2008 the first annual iWitness conference took place as a follow up to the amazing experience of World Youth Day, with a crowd of over 200 young adults from all around Australia. This year they are coming together again to explore the theme of living life to the full, taken from Jesus’ message in John 10:10, “I came that they may have life and have it in abundance”.From the 9th to the 12th of December at Stanwell Tops Conference Centre 200 young Catholics did just that, they came together ...
 
Welcome to Xt3's Take 20 podcast! We've all got 20 minutes somewhere in the day, so plug in, download, sit back with two of the best podcasting priests around. Every week we are joined by either Fr Anthony Percy, the rector of the Seminary of the Good Shepherd, or Fr Richard Aladics, chaplain of Campion College, to discuss anything and everything. From liturgical events to feast days,spirituality and prayer to sexuality and ethics, a current affairs all the way to the catechism - it's all pu ...
 
Mission: one heart many voices is being held in Sydney, Australia from 29 April -1 May. It is a conference for those who are inspired to strive creatively for justice, truth, peace, freedom, reconciliation and the Reign of God in Australia and globally. It is a unique opportunity to listen, converse and experience the many and diverse voices that are an expression of the one heart of mission. The conference will explore the complexity and issues surrounding leadership, formation, theology an ...
 
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
 
The Notre Dame Institute for Ethics & Society is thrilled to be partnering with Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP to assist in delivering a new series of SCHOLARSHIP AT THE CATHEDRAL events.These events will be of particular interest to current university students or anyone considering options for future tertiary study.The first event focused on "Life & Faith in the Academy" and was held at St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney on Thursday 29 June. Bishop Richard Umbers presented a talk, and a panel of cur ...
 
In October 2012, the 50th anniversary of the commencement of the Second Vatican Council (11 October 1962) was commemorated. To celebrate this, the Holy Father has called for a ‘Year of Faith’ for the Universal Church from 11 October 2012 to 24 November 2013. Among the various events to celebrate this historic moment in the Church's history, the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney is hosting a major conference from 20-23 May 2013, called: The Great Grace Conference - Receiving Vatican ll Today Ple ...
 
The Sydney Congress Embracing the New Evangelisation took over Sydney for a week, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of WYD08.There were fantastic events and talks all around Sydney during the week, and SCENEsters were recognisable everywhere, in their bright orange scarves.Every evening there were Pub Talks, and Xt3 were on hand to record them, and bring them to you! Enjoy!
 
SCENE (Sydney Congress Embracing the New Evangelisation) provides a mini World Youth Day experience in the heart of Sydney during non World Youth Day years. SCENE 2012 will build on Madrid 2011 and help to prepare for Rio in 2013. IN HIM is the theme of SCENE 2012. During this Year of Grace we have been invited to contemplate the face of Christ and to recognise, respond and receive the grace that is being offered to us in him. SCENE is an event where you can do just that. At SCENE we will ST ...
 
The World Youth Day office in Rio de Janeiro has chosen 5 patrons and 13 intercessors, to guide you on your way as we countdown towards WYD 2013! Keep visiting Xt3's Patron Saint podcast in coming weeks, as we look at the lives of the 18 incredible men and women, inspiring each one of us to seek holiness! Click here for the full list of WYD 2013 Patron Saints.Music title "Novo Amanhã", Official Music Video released by the WYD2013 Office in Rio de Janeiro.
 
The Director of Catholic Communications, here in the Archdiocese of Sydney went on a whirlwind tour of the world, visiting New York, Poland, Rome, Spain, and Canada. An award winning journalist in Australia, Katrina took our trusty recorder and interviewed along the way. From peaceful pro-life rallies in New York, to interviewing the editor-in-chief of Rome Reports, exploring Poland's amazing spiritual history, and chatting with the one and only Fr Tom Rosica of Salt+Light TV ... enjoy this ...
 
This podcast is dedicated to improving your spiritual life during Lent. Listen to Cardinal Pell's Ash Wednesday message, as well as Xt3's weekly Sunday Reflections from the readings and the gospels you will hear at mass. These reflections have been recorded by Xt3, and delivered by Priests around Australia.
 
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In this podcast Bishop Tony explains why Eileen O'Connor has been chosen as the spiritual companion for the Year of Youth. Learn the fascinating details of her holy life in this podcast.
 
In this podcast, Robert Haddad explains how we know that Peter was the first Pope.
 
In this podcast, Karen reflects upon the ordinary holiness of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, a married laywoman who planted the seed for education in the United States.Listen as Karen shares why this particular saint inspires her.(Written by Karen Ho, Spoken by Gelina Montierro)
 
Listen to the story of Saint Lucy, as told by Shana Llorando.
 
Listen to the story of Saint Juan Diego, as told by Bishop Richard Umbers, Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney.
 
Listen to the story of renowned saint, St Ambrose, as told by Natalie Ambrose.
 
SCHOLARSHIP at the CATHEDRAL Topic 1: FAITH AND LIFE IN THE ACADEMY - Part 2: Panelists Q&AJoin in the interactive discussion with Bishop Richard Umbers and a panel of young Catholics, who will share their experience of campus life. Panellists include: Brigid Meney, Nic Zumaran, Caitlin West and Nick Augimeri…
 
SCHOLARSHIP at the CATHEDRAL Topic 1: FAITH AND LIFE IN THE ACADEMY - Part 1: Bishop Umbers' talkJoin in the interactive discussion with Bishop Richard Umbers and a panel of young Catholics, who will share their experience of campus life. Panellists include: Brigid Meney, Nic Zumaran, Caitlin West and Nick Augimeri…
 
How does a Sister prepare during Advent? Every individual Religious Sister celebrates Advent and Christmastime differently so in this podcast xt3 interview Sister Mary Helen OP from the Dominican Sisters of St Cecilia discovering how she prepares for Christmas. One thing Sr Mary Helen does is keep a little crib setup in her room as a constant r ...…
 
In this "My Family Christmas" podcast we hear from Australian religion teacher, Mary Broadsmith. Mary tells us about some of her favourite Christmas memories, and how she prepares both herself and her students for the birth of Christ.(From Advent 2016)
 
The Archdiocese of Sydney’s Auxiliary Bishop, Richard Umbers speaks to Xt3.com about how he prepares his heart for Christ during Advent.In the interview Bishop Umbers discusses his love for the Christmas crib scenes and how they help him to pray. Xt3 was surprised to learn that Bishop Umbers has a Christmas day tradition that we wouldn’t have g ...…
 
John Jurgutis works for CRADIO, an Australian online Catholic radio channel, and was discerning to be a priest in the Order of Saint Paul the First Hermit (Pauline Fathers) based in Poland.In this podcast, he discusses the unique and interesting traditions of Advent and Christmas in Poland, and in particular of the monastery which he was living ...…
 
Monica Doumit editor of Catholic Talk discusses how she and her family celebrate Christmas day and how she prepares spiritually for Advent by listening to Christmas carols and reading the book: Preparing for Christmas with Pope Benedict XVI.(From Advent 2016)
 
How does a Bishop prepare for the Advent? In this podcast we ask Bishop Tony, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Sydney, how he prepares his heart for the coming of Christ at Christmas. He also shares with us a very special Christmas he experienced when studying in Italy. (From Advent 2016)
 
The panel for 'Bringing Laudato Si to Life: From Vision to Action' with Fr Sean McDonagh at the Australian Catholic University, Gleeson Auditorium.Fr Sean McDonagh is an Irish Columban missionary, who is one of the preeminent scholars on Laudato Si, with a long involvement in caring for Creation. He is known around the world as an eco-theologia ...…
 
'Bringing Laudato Si to Life: From Vision to Action' with Fr Sean McDonagh at the Australian Catholic University, Gleeson Auditorium.Fr Sean McDonagh is an Irish Columban missionary, who is one of the preeminent scholars on Laudato Si, with a long involvement in caring for Creation. He is known around the world as an eco-theologian, and is one ...…
 
Fr Sean McDonagh is an Irish Columban missionary,who is one of the preeminent scholars on Laudato Si, with a long involvement in caring for Creation. He is known around the world as an eco-theologian, and is one of those involved in the drafting Pope Francis’ encyclical “Laudato Si’: On Care for our Common Home”. He recently also served on an a ...…
 
Trent Horn from Catholic Answers is travelling Australia on a tour titled Love, Life and Marriage. In this interview we ask Trent about how his faith grew as a young person and get some expert tips for evangelising our friends. This interview was recorded on 24th May 2016.http://www.catholic.com/
 
In this interview Dr Jennifer Roback Morse talks to Xt3.com and Catholic Talk answering questions about redefining marriage in the lead up to the Australian plebiscite on marriage.http://www.ruthinstitute.org/https://www.facebook.com/TheRuthInstituteThis interview was recorded on Thursday 19th May 2016.…
 
In this podcast Sophie York (Spokesperson for Marriage Alliance) and Monica Doumit (Blogger at Catholic Talk discuss the Marriage Debate in Australia. We talk about claims of discrimination against those who believe marriage is between a man and a woman as well as the problematic issue of labelling or name calling someone a bigot when they disa ...…
 
In this Year of Mercy podcast, we speak to Elizabeth Arblaster about the spiritual work of mercy - counsel the doubtful. Elizabeth has worked to assist young people discerning their vocation through her work at the Vocation Centre since 2009. She has also worked with young people at a parish level as a pastoral associate for youth.…
 
Sister Rachel Fleurant is a Missionaries of God’s Love Sister. She regularly visits a juvenile justice centre. In this podcast, she shares with us a story of a young man in one of those centres and a beautiful prayer experience they shared.Visiting the imprisoned is a corporal work of mercy. It may be daunting or scary to do, but isn’t that the ...…
 
When St. Peter asks our Lord in scripture, 'Lord, how often must my brother sin against me and I forgive him? As many as seven times?’ Our Lord replies ’I do not say to you seven times, but seventy times seven.’In this episode of our Holy Year of Mercy Podcast, Luke Streher, General Manager of CRADIO, reflects on the spiritual work of mercy, fo ...…
 
In this interview Xt3 speaks with Monica Doumit, editor of Catholic Talk who has been closely following The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse and the Media Coverage of Cardinal Pell's Testimony. In this interview Monica helps to clarify and explain media coverage of Cardinal Pell's testimony via video link in R ...…
 
Visiting the sick is not curing the sick. It is about the human dignity of the sufferer. To be around sick people means being around vomit, pus, running sores, blood, stool, mucus, ghastly injuries, tears, misery, fear, pain, and death. All the corporal work of mercy asks us for, at its most basic, is to take courage, enter a room, sit down, an ...…
 
"The planet has enough food for all, but it seems that there is a lack of willingness to share it with everyone," said Pope Francis during a homily for the general assembly of Caritas Internationalis.In this episode, we speak with Harry Sadsad, a volunteer at St Canice Soup kitchen for the past 6 years. Harry is also a high school teacher at a ...…
 
Although 'Mary, Mother of Mercy' is an ancient title given to our Blessed Mother, it’s not necessarily one of the first we think of - it’s certainly not one we grew up with - we might tend to think of a title relating to one of her more famous apparitions - Our Lady of Lourdes, Our Lady of Fatima, Our Lady of Guadalupe - or perhaps we think of ...…
 
"Vocations are born from mercy - and not from our good works."We do not have to become all good and perfect in order to follow Christ. Every vocation is an undeserved gift. In today's feature podcast, Lorena Portocarrero, Vocations Promoter at the Sydney Vocation Centre, shares about how saying "yes" to God is a response to His merciful love. L ...…
 
Patsy Healy is a Funeral Director. Part of her job is accompanying grieving families after the death of a loved one. She speaks about the corporal work of mercy, burying the dead, which she lives out in a professional day, everyday, and gives advice on how we can live out this work of mercy in our everyday lives - without being a funeral direct ...…
 
In this episode, Fr Michael de Stoop, Parish Priest of Our Lady of the Rosary Fairfield Parish, talks about the Spiritual Work of Mercy - Comforting the Afflicted. Comforting the afflicted is a spiritual work of mercy, because such affliction is felt interiorly. We all know what it’s like to feel disappointed, sad, and desolate. Sadly, this par ...…
 
In this podcast Bishop Terence Brady, Auxiliary Bishop of Sydney, reflects on the corporal and spiritual works of mercy and encourages us to act these works of mercy in our local communities.When Bishop Terry was about 15 years of age he started to get involved in serving at the Matthew Talbot hostel, working with the homeless and serving them. ...…
 
Martin Mazinga is the National Programmes Coordinator of the Catholic Development Commission in Malawi (CADECOM), Caritas Australia’s local partner. Martin oversees Caritas Australia’s initiatives under the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP), and the Australia Africa Community Engagement Scheme (AACES) supported by the Australian Governm ...…
 
In today's feature, we reflect on the spiritual work of mercy, bear wrongs patiently, with Cathy Kennedy from CREDO, the Office for Evangelisation and Renewal for the Archdiocese of Sydney. To bear wrongs patiently means to forgive an unintentional wrong, and not just forgiving, but bearing with the conserqunces of a thoughtless word or action ...…
 
How is instructing the ignorant even a work of mercy? At first glance, it sounds more like a 'work of arrogance' than a 'work of mercy'. In order to fully participate in this Jubilee Year of Mercy, we can't just ignore the works that sound a little uncomfortable. In this podcast, Monica Doumit from Catholic Talk, guides us in a reflection on ho ...…
 
Br John Nguyen OFMCap is a Capuchin Friar who runs the Friars' Van Ministry, ministering to the homeless, providing food, drink and companionship in Sydney's streets on Friday and Saturday nights. In this reflection, he speaks about the corporal work of mercy 'give drink to the thirsty'.
 
Pope Francis' theme for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees 2016 is 'Migrants and Refugees Challenge Us. The Response of the Gospel of Mercy'. In today's feature podcast, we have a conversation about refugees with Fr Peter Smith, the Promoter of the Justice and Peace Office for the Archdiocese of Sydney.Fr Peter speaks of the experience of b ...…
 
In this podcast for the year of Mercy, Mary Elias who works for Xt3.com reflects on the spiritual work of mercy admonishing sinners.
 
An excellent spiritual activity for the Year of Mercy is to learn how to pray the powerful Divine Mercy Chaplet. Did you know that this year marked the 80th anniversary of the Chaplet? In today's feature, Australia's MGL Sisters teach us to pray the Chaplet of the Divine Mercy through reflection and song in this beautiful podcast! The Chaplet o ...…
 
Fr Dan McCaughan completed his licentiate on the Psychological and Pastoral care of people with same sex attraction.Fr Dan delivered this talk at Catholicism 101 in Sydney on Tuesday 20 October 2015 as part of a panel. The full panel and Q&A is available here: http://www.xt3.com/library/view.php?id=19769&categoryId=13&episodeId=2310…
 
Monica Doumit has years of experience in Corporate law and currently works for Catholic Talk. She discusses the legal ramifications of same-sex marriage in the talk. Monica delivered this talk at Catholicism 101 in Sydney on Tuesday 20 October 2015 as part of a panel. The full panel and Q&A is available here: http://www.xt3.com/library/view.php ...…
 
James Parker lived and practiced as a gay rights activist but now works with abused men and speaks regularly on topics to do with same-sex attraction and SSM.He delivered this talk at Catholicism 101 in Sydney on Tuesday 20 October 2015 as part of a panel. The full panel and Q&A is available here: http://www.xt3.com/library/view.php?id=19769&ca ...…
 
On Tuesday 20 October 2015, Catholicism 101, a monthly catechesis evening for young adults in Sydney, held a panel on the issue of same-sex 'marriage' from a religious, legal and experiential perspective, featuring the following speakers:- Fr Dan McCaughan who completed his licentiate on the Psychological and Pastoral care of people with same s ...…
 
On Tuesday 20 October 2015, Catholicism 101, a monthly catechesis evening for young adults in Sydney, held a panel on the issue of same-sex 'marriage' from a religious, legal and experiential perspective, featuring the following speakers:- Fr Dan McCaughan who completed his licentiate on the Psychological and Pastoral care of people with same s ...…
 
The St Thomas More Society, together with the Ambrose Centre for Religious Liberty and the Australian Catholic Students Association hosted an end of semester drinks night and the annual St John Fisher Lecture on 14 October 2015.Mr Rocco Mimmo, founder and chairman of the Ambrose Centre for Religious Liberty delivered the address on "Same Sex 'M ...…
 
The St Thomas More Society, together with the Ambrose Centre for Religious Liberty and the Australian Catholic Students Association hosted an end of semester drinks night and the annual St John Fisher Lecture on 14 October 2015.Mr Rocco Mimmo, founder and chairman of the Ambrose Centre for Religious Liberty delivered the address on "Same Sex 'M ...…
 
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