Craig St Clair, Product Manager of Verbum.com, talks to us about his conversion, how his early experience with monasticism and St. Benedict profoundly impacted his life, and how Verbum can help us engage with Scripture and Tradition.
Sheila St John, organizer of the "Faithful to God's Design" conference celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae joins us to tell us about the conference, and how we can get involved in marking the anniversary. Visit www.celebratehv50.com for more info.
Karlo Broussard is coming to Christ the King Catholic Church in Tulsa, OK, July 9th through 11th. We catch up with him to talk about Apologetics, Answering the right question, and Cajun seasoning.
Dr. Sarah Bartel (www.drsarahbartel.com) joins us to talk about a few practical ways to give our children a foundation in moral theology and ethics to counter the utilitarian and relativistic narratives they hear from the culture.
Rickard Newman and his wife Alana both experienced the emptiness and bankruptcy of the Sexual Revolution in their own way. They came to the Catholic Church because of the beauty and fullness of the Church's teaching on human sexuality. Together they have created a musical documentary on the outcome of the free-love experiment of the last century set against the backdrop of Paul VI's groundbreaking encyclical about love, sex, and marriage. View the trailer at www.sexualrevolutionmovie.com.
Dr. Joseph D. White, of sharingcatholicfaith.com, joins us to talk about how parents can confidently take up their role as the primary and principal educators of their children in the faith.
Father Michael Dodds, OP joins us to talk about the Trinity. He clears up some common misconceptions and heresies about the Trinity and helps us avoid some pitfalls as we contemplate this great mystery.
Joe Heschmeyer, of Holy Family School of Faith (schooloffaith.com), talks with us about how one goes about making disciples and pursuing their own continued discipleship.
Dr. Lawrence Feingold, from Kenrick-Glennon Seminary, joins us to talk about the reasons Christ instituted the Eucharist and the way in which his Presence comes to us in the Eucharist. He covers these topics and more in his new book "The Eucharist: Mystery of Presence, Sacrifice, and Communion" availble on EmmausAcademic.com.
Tim Glemkowski, founder and president of the L'Alto Catholic Institute, talks with us about the Eucharist as the engine that drives our mission and the destination our mission is headed toward.
Dr. Timothy P. O'Malley, Academic Director of the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy in the McGrath Institute for Church Life at Notre Dame, talks with us about the mass, and his book Bored Again Catholic available at www.osv.com.
Christopher Carstens unpacks his new book "A Devotional Journey into the Mass" availble on Sophia Institute Press (www.sophiainstitute.com).
K. Albert Little, who blogs at "The Cordial Catholic" on Patheos joins us to talk about his conversion, and his perspective on the importance of the liturgy of the Mass.
Dr. David Russell Mosley, who blogs on the Patheos Catholic channel at Letters from the Edge of Elfland, joins us to reflect on his conversion and his first year as a Catholic.
Bumper music by Andy Gullahorn (www.andygullahorn.com)
Sr. Melissa Moxley, M.S., the formation directress of the Marian Sisters of the Diocese of Lincoln joins us to talk about the role of silence in spiritual growth, as well as some practical steps to approach silence in your own life.
Dr. Maria Morrow, of Seton Hall University, joins us to talk about her project gograyforlent.blogspot.com. We discuss the history of penance, and how we might reclaim a more robust understanding of the role of penance in our lives.