Category: Culture

The Love of Wisdom

You have this divine God revealing himself to you, so asking ‘what’s the nature of this God revealing himself?’ with philosophy, it is going to allow you to know with a certain amount of certainty that God exists. Rory O’Donnell

#BreakTheChains

I’ll Do It Myself

There’s a great risk, I think, when you open yourself up to community and you bring people in… but I would say that the risk is greater to close yourself off of loving others and letting yourself be loved. You risk missing out on what it means to be a human being. Austin Farinholt

What Is a Human, Anyway?

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

Admonishing Sinners

The fact is, nobody is pure evil… it will always be beneficial to acknowledge the truth of the goodness that is inside of them and where they are doing good things, and then that gives you an ability to maybe talk about some areas where they need to be better. Fr. Nick Redmond

Don’t Stop Believin’

Praise and Worship can be great fun to listen to. But have you considered that praise and worship might offer more than just great tunes? On this episode, Natalie Cherry, a parishioner of OLMC, joins us and shares her story of how Praise and Worship music played a huge impact on her life, and offers…
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Moana’s Vocation Story, feat. Corinne Riley

On today’s episode, we welcome Corinne Riley, Campus Minister at the University of Virginia, to chat about the Disney movie, Moana, and how it relates to discernment, vocation, and Catholic spirituality! Please subscribe to the podcast so that you receive new episodes as they come out! And of course, share the show with family and…
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