Chris Padgett joins us to talk about Saint Summit 2021 a free opportunity on December 10th-12th to learn more about 25 saints from some of the most sought-after speakers.
We talk about how the witness of the saints helps us to grow in holines
Meg Hunter-Kilmer has written an extraordinary book about the saints for kids. "Saints Around the World" should be on your Christmas list for your children, grandchildren, god-children, nieces, nephews, and random strangers on the corner. This
Drawn from the contemplative Catholic tradition and Evans's own parenting experience, Rewilding Motherhood helps women deepen their connection to God through practices inherent to the life they're living now. Topics include work-life balance, i
The Most Rev. William A. Wack, CSC, Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee recently released a beautiful pastoral letter entitled Sharing the Gift (https://ptdiocese.org/pastoral-letter). He joins me to talk over the letter, to dispel misconceptions a
Fr. Jacob Boddicker, SJ joins us to talk about upholding and advocating for the Dignity of the Human Person and embracing the diversity of Catholicism, and shares his experiences serving on Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota with the La
Dr. Charles C. Camosy, associate professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University, joins us to talk about the importance of defending and promoting fundamental human dignity in the realm of Medical Ethics, particularly resisting
Catholics are Pro-Life! This is a consistent tenet of the faith. Her pro-life position, however, doesn't begin and end with the unborn. Rather, our advocacy for the unborn flows out of our belief in the Dignity of the Human Person made in the i
Krista Corbello, founder of Even This Way, had been involved in Pro-Life advocacy for years before she learned that she had a sibling who was lost to abortion. Krista shares with us how this revelation impacted her and eventually pushed her to
Joe Heschmeyer joins me as we unpack a question posed by Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa to the US Bishops, a follow-up question by one of those Bishops to the attendees of the Catholic Answers conference, and a follow-up question we have based o
Poet, David Russell Mosley, joins us to talk about Dante in light of the Pope's recent Apostolic Letter that we all read Dante this year, and the popular 100daysofdante.com reading group. We talk about the place of poetry in the Catholic Intell
Sr. Sydney Moss and Sr. Bernadette Mota from the Salesian Sisters of St. John Boscoe join us to talk about the Fiat Project, a recent finalist in the OSV Innovation Challenge.
The Fiat Project is a formation program for young adult women in t
Dr. Jared Ortiz, Executive Director & Co-Founder of the Saint Benedict Institute, joins us to talk about their work and the importance of growing in both the intellectual life and the sacramental life.
Dr. Ryan J Brady is a founding member of the Sacra Doctrina Project (https://www.sacradoctrinaproject.org) and joins us to talk about their Online Certificate Program in Thomistic Ethics and Spirituality. It's an amazing opportunity to grow in
When we find ourselves in a spiritually dry place, in an emotional wasteland, in a deserted place, we often pray and bargain and beg for God to rescue us from the Desert. In Sonja Corbitt's new book, (Just Rest: Receiving God's Renewing Presenc
Deacon Kevin Tulipana, D.O. shares with us the nuances of Medical Ethics, including the principle of double effect, and the factors that go into the passive remote material cooperation with evil. As a deacon and a doctor, he shares his perspect
My darling bride joined me on air to talk about the power and importance of making a definitive choice. This is true in marriage, and resolutions, and in holiness.
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Fr. Patrick Mary Briscoe, OP, Editor-in-Chief of Aleteia and co-author of the new OSV book St. Dominic's Way of Life: A Path to Knowing and Loving God, joins us to discuss the life of St. Dominic, and what we can learn from it.
Allison Ciraulo, mother of 3, wrote a beautiful reflection on Motherhood for the Church Life Journal. She joins us to talk about Motherhood as a path to sainthood.
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Ken Hallenius, from the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture, joins us to talk about the link between Ethics and Culture.
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Sam Rocha joins us today to talk about phenomenology, and more broadly philosophy, as an important tool to understand the world around us. He promotes a "folk phenomenology," an idea about which he has written a book, and produced a podcast.
Lately, I've taken to encouraging my children to "Make other people's lives easier" in an effort to help them think through how their actions affect others, and to help them identify and root out selfishness in their lives. As I've meditated on
Sherry Weddell, co-founder and executive director of the Catherine of Siena Institute (siena.org), joins us on the feast of St. Thomas the Apostle to talk about the difference made by a personal encounter with the risen Christ.
Haley Stewart, a Fellow at the Word on Fire Institute, joins us to talk about the Institute, and how the pandemic pause left room for reflection and the re-prioritization of life.
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