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Now Located on OLMC Website

Not many people listen to the show on this website, so we have decided to just have the audio files available on our parish website. Feel free to visit there:

Getaway Time

God emptied himself into humanity; we too need to do the same thing. We need to empty ourselves of our humanity a little bit, so that when we enter into retreat, we can be filled with God’s divinity. Deacon Dave Reaves

Intentional Social Media

Who are you, who are your mistakes? Your anger actually makes you who you are, too, and your sadness, that’s part of who you are, not just the smiles. Laura Powell Speaking of social media, you should check us out on Facebook and Instagram!

Resolutions Solutions

Be definite. Don’t let your resolutions be like fireworks that sparkle for a moment to leave behind as hard reality a blackened useless stub that one throws disgustedly away. St. Jose Maria Escriva Make a SMART goal! Consider making a monthly donation to the Vici Mundum Show in 2019!

CHRISTMAS: Truth is a Person

We live in a world in which truth is all head knowledge, but what is sort of startling about our faith is that truth is not about a set of ideas, it is not primarily a theological system or a philosophical system; truth is a person. Fr. John David Ramsey MERRY CHRISTMAS! From the Vici…
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Gifts! They’re Everywhere!

Something that taught me about being a good receiver is Christ on the cross. He gives up his life and he gives it to the Father; and the Father receives it, and if the Father didn’t receive that act, there wouldn’t be, really, any redemption. Tina Wandersee Speaking of gifts, did you know that you…
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You keep telling me that you’re struggling. Well I just don’t know if that’s such a bad thing.” Brother Isaiah, C.F.R. This song lyric by Brother Isaiah is the theme of this week’s show on the reality of struggling. We all have struggles in our lives, be they spiritual, emotional, relational or physical, and Brother…
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Praying Alone or in Community? Feat: Tim Bransford

There are so many “ways to pray” but what are some of the distinctions and should we pray alone more or in community more? Tim Bransford, a parishioner at OLMC joins Tina and Austin in this lively conversation about prayer.