Latest Episodes

Your Conscience

You don’t want your examination of conscience to just become another thing that is transactional. Josh Wells

Pigeon Hole

Are we complimenting the virtue? So that no matter where they go – whether they are playing soccer or whether they are in a job – you are complimenting the things that will carry them into adulthood. Kelly Tallent

Poustinia

In a profound way you are encountering the world of your soul. You are encountering this environment within you that is more vast than the cosmos. The human heart is huge. Deacon Anthony Ferguson

Evolution, Science & God

Everything that began to exist has a cause to its existence, and if the universe began to exist there must be a cause of that as well, and that certainly points to God. Steve Hemler, President of Catholic Apologetics Institute of North America

The Present Wonder

There is a silence and a song in nature that is captivating, but it is only captivating when you are silent enough in your own soul and spirit to allow it to be captivating. Libby Kotula

Understanding Annulment

When we consider the beauty of marriage and the difficulty of divorce, it’s not meant for blanket statements. Considering the situation it is supposed to be a one-on-one. ‘Where are you?’, and ‘What’s going on with your marriage?’ Fr. Brian Capuano

What Is a Human, Anyway?

Living is what we’re meant for, and work should support that. Fr. Nick Redmond

Talking Small

Become curious about another, whether it be asking yourself on the interior, ‘I wonder what that person’s hobbies is’, and bring that into the small talk. Ken White

Good News-ization

Jesus wants to rescue, free us from our everyday prisons… Jesus Christ says, ‘Hey, I want to get you out of that. I don’t want you to be diminished, in fact, I want you to be fully yourself.’ James Carrano from The Evangelical Catholic

Go to Jail

My heart breaks for him, and all I could give him was to try and help him learn that, even if he can’t forgive himself, God has forgiven him. God loves him anyway. John Ward