Off the Shelf with Pete Socks - Episode 69 with Sonja Corbitt

April 20, 2018

Sonja Corbitt returns to Off the Shelf this time to discuss her fascinating book Fulfilled: Uncovering the Biblical Foundations of Catholicism. This book is PACKED with information and particularly focuses on the role of the Tabernacle. Sonja shows how the Old Testament layout of the Temple and it's components translate into what we see and do at Mass today. 

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Blissed Episode 15 - Hypnotherapist: Paul Bishop

April 20, 2018
You're getting sleepy... And it's not because Patch is boring, it's because our guest today is local, certified hypnotherapist: Paul Bishop, of LIVE TODAY HYPNOSIS.  Patch and Paul talk about what hypnosis is, how it's done, and how helpful it can be on the journey inward.  Give it a listen then:
 
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Catholic Answers Live - Why We’re Catholic with Trent Horn - April 18, 2018 - 7pm

April 19, 2018

Apologist and author Trent Horn shares insights into Catholic belief, helping callers grasp why we believe what we believe on a range of topics.

Questions Covered:

  • 05:06 - How do we defend Catholicism against atheists?
  • 12:39 - What is the Protestant journey to Catholicism like? I’m Protestant and I’m just curious about that journey.
  • 21:39 - Is it worth engaging with people on facebook who are anti-Catholic? The facebook group in question has 2000 members and most don’t comment, so I think it might be worth it for the audience who won’t aggressively disagree.
  • 29:33 - My protestant boyfriend and I go to Mass, but he feels excluded from communion. How can he feel more included?
  • 40:40 - I’m in RCIA and my mom is asking about papal authority. How do I explain papal authority?
  • 48:42 - I thought hell was a part of Catholic doctrine, but now I’ve heard the pope doesn’t believe in hell, but I also heard that maybe he didn’t say that. What’s the truth?

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Catholic Answers Live - Answering the Protestant Challenge with Karlo Broussard - April 18, 2018 - 6pm

April 19, 2018

Apologist and speaker Karlo Broussard takes up the intellectual challenges posed by Protestant thought, and takes questions from both Protestant and Catholic callers.

Questions Covered:

  • 12:44 - Why does it say in the Bible that we should lay hands and heal people, and why don’t we do that in the Catholic Church?
  • 16:44 - Can you explain baby baptism versus adult baptism?
  • 23:46 - Why is it that priests and nuns are celibate when the bible says they should have spouses?
  • 31:40 - Why are we allowed to have statues? Some protestants say we shouldn’t and honestly, sometimes statues even distract me.
  • 35:15 - Where in the old testament does it predict “eat my flesh and drink my blood”?
  • 42:56 - I was discussing with some of my protestant friends about the perpetual virginity of Mary and Luke 1:34 wasn’t clear. Also, What does speaking in tongues really mean?
  • 49:40 - James 2:14-21 says not by faith alone, but protestants believe that, and yet we don’t see protestant recluses but we do see monks and nuns who are recluses. What’s up with that?

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Forte Catholic Ep 78-Guests Daniel Glaze from “That Catholic Couple” & Katie Hartfiel

April 19, 2018

We kicked off this week's show in interesting fashion(hint: Taylor lost his voice). So producer Sam helped him along in the first segment in a discussion of the story of doubting Thomas, the power of art and how Taylor is looking at the story completely differently now.

We also have two big time guests this week!

In the second segment, we are joined by Katie Hartfiel, a popular speaker and author and one of Taylor's newest friends. She shares the powerful story of how her and her husband met and fell in love. Everyone in the studio got goosebumps when we heard it because of how it exemplifies the power of prayer. If you like the story, you can hear more in her book "Woman in Love" or buy it for a friend. She also shares about another book she just released on the Marian consecration prayer called "Totus Tuus"

In the final segment, we are joined by Daniel Glaze from "That Catholic Couple," one of the leading Catholic YouTube channels. We talked about how they got started, the greatest moments in the show's history, donuts, him losing to his wife in #MinistryMadness and how they deal with haters.

 

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Salt and Light - Episode 18: Incorruptible Ice Cream Sandwiches

April 19, 2018

This week was jam packed with travel and unique adventures, and Chuck and Annie share it all with you! From First Holy Communions to Charlie finding his future wife (she's British) to a 160-year-old un-decayed heart of a Saint, they've got it all in this episode. Chuck and Annie discuss relics and those Saints who just won't decay- the Incorruptibles. ...and one of their boys may or may not join them for this episode. Stay tuned until the end! 

Visit us online www.saltandlightonline.com, and don't forget to check out our other show on Breadbox Media, "Chuck n' Ann on Finance".

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Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum with Tim Staples - April 17, 2018 - 7pm

April 18, 2018

The callers choose the topics during Open Forum, peppering our guests with questions on every aspect of Catholic life and faith, the moral life, and even philosophical topics that touch on general religious belief.

Book Tim to speak at your parish or next event.

Questions Covered:

  • 01:46 - Why are you a Christian? Do you have rational reasons or is it just faith?
  • 20:31 - What is the Church view of Jesus’ atonement as a vicarious substitution? Does the Catholic Church have a preferred view of the atonement?
  • 36:50 - Why do Catholics start and end prayer with "In the name of the Father..." And what does it mean?
  • 43:20 - Why do you have to register at the parish and if it is for certain benefits, what are those benefits?
  • 47:30 - Regarding caller Sarah who lost her grandson, in the Old Testament when David lost his first son with Bathsheba, David knew he would see his son again and that child was not baptized. This seems to contradict what you said to the previous caller Sarah.

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Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum with Fr. Paul Keller O.P. - April 17, 2018 - 6pm

April 18, 2018

The callers choose the topics during Open Forum, peppering our guests with questions on every aspect of Catholic life and faith, the moral life, and even philosophical topics that touch on general religious belief.

Questions Covered:

  • 07:10 - Why is the unity of the Spirit not taught? Why is the Trinity taught when it is not mentioned in the Bible?
  • 12:53 - Aren’t we judged immediately at the moment of our deaths?
  • 15:38 - Can you clarify the Catholic views on women
  • 21:21 - When Jesus says, “Not my will, but yours be done,” I am curious how God and Jesus can have separate wills. Can you explain?
  • 23:37 - How can I discern if I’m inappropriately attached to alcohol?
  • 29:04 - My grandson died at 8 days without baptism. What happened to his soul? 
  • 35:52 - In Exodus, when Pharaoh's heart was hardened, was God taking away his free will or giving Pharoah what he desired?
  • 37:38 - Did Christ have to die to break the old Covenant?
  • 43:43 - I have a family member who has decided she no longer wants to be addressed as a female. How can I love her and honor God at the same time as a Catholic?
  • 49:00 - Can you explain the term vicar?
  • 52:00 - Can children of unwed parents be baptized?
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Clean Sweep with Fr. Ed Broom - SACRAMENT OF ANOINTING OF THE SICK | CONFIRMATION CLASS - April 14, 2018

April 18, 2018


Father Ed Broom, OMV, is Associate Pastor of St. Peter Chanel Church in Hawaiian Gardens, California. He is a member of the Oblates of the Virgin Mary and was ordained by Saint John Paul II on May 25, 1986. Fr. Ed teaches Catholic Ignatian Marian Spirituality through articles, podcasts, a radio show, retreats and spiritual direction.

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The Frank Friar - Episode 76: Vocation and Youth: A thought about our Youths message to the Bishops

April 18, 2018

Since, its release my mind and heart has been reading and praying over the preparatory document that the youth put out for the bishops of the world.  It is a rich document that deserves our respect and time.  Within the document the youth offer us a keen insight on paths towards vocation and mission.  They remind us about the need to see vocation not as a merely moment choice, but something that encompasses the full life of a person.  In this episode, I talk about that seed of wisdom the youth offer us and my own thought about death in relationship to vocation discernment and commitment. 

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Catholic Answers Live - The Chaplain Is In with Fr. Hugh Barbour, O. Praem. - April 16, 2018 - 7pm

April 18, 2018

We focus on pastoral concerns but welcome any question callers would like to ask a Catholic priest as we are joined by the Catholic Answers chaplain, Norbertine Father Hugh Barbour.

Questions Covered:

  • 05:04 - How do you evangelize to your family when you’re the only one Catholic?
  • 08:10 - What translations of early Church Fathers should I read in order to evangelize my Protestant friends?
  • 15:18 - If the atonement was perfect and it wiped all sin from man, why does the Catholic Church still baptize babies for original sin? Why should we pray to saints?
  • 29:24 - How are the accusations that the Church is the harlot of Babylon wrong?
  • 37:04 - Which Rosary mysteries should we pray during Lent?
  • 42:30 - Is there a reason we receive the Body of Christ before we receive the Blood?
  • 45:14 - I consecrated myself to Mary. Am I able to ask for specific intentions?
  • 49:42 - Is Mary's body and soul in heaven? Where did she live out her dying days?

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Catholic Answers Live - Nudging Conversions with Carrie Gress - April 16, 2018 - 6pm

April 18, 2018

Philosopher and author Dr. Carrie Gress helps callers to fulfill their calling to evangelize the world.

Questions Covered:

  • 15:40 - I work with St. Paul Street Evangelization. I’m looking for talking points for addressing Protestants.
  • 21:22 - People deny that Jesus is historical. Do you have sources that I can use to convince them that Jesus existed?
  • 36:56 - Do you have any advice for putting together an evangelization team.
  • 43:26 - Does going door to door work?
  • 46:40 - What is a way that I can explain to my fallen-away sister that God is not the same God in every religion?
  • 50:17 - How do I approach people on the street?

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The Frank Friar - Episode 75: Pope Francis, Silence, and Gaudete et Exsultate

April 17, 2018

Pope Francis released an apostolic exhortation this week on holiness.  Within this document he has several thoughts about silence in the life of holiness.  If his comments are taken out of context, Our Holy Father is treating the gift and tool of silence in a harsh way.  In the podcast episode today, I offer a way for us to understand his words, particularly in the context of this document.  Silence can never be an excuse or an escape from the life of charity that we are all called to. 

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Lisa Hendey & Friends - Episode 9 with John Abbate “Invest Yourself”

April 17, 2018
On this week's show, we welcome John Abbate, the author of the fantastic new book Invest Yourself: Daring to Be Catholic in Today's Business World. Learn more about John's work and connect with him at Dynamic Catholic. Visit Possibility Productions at www.possibilityproductions.orgCheck out all of our book and movie picks at Lisa's Amazon PageFor Lisa's speaking schedule visit www.LisaHendey.com. Send your feedback to lisahendey@gmail.com or connect with Lisa on social media @LisaHendey.
 
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the Misfit Faith podcast - Episode 20: Faith Getting Woke: Overcoming our Body Issues (with Seth Taylor)

April 16, 2018

Episode #20 of Misfit Faith begins a new series on how Christianity can survive in our twenty-first century postmodern culture. I address the various ways we might respond to this challenge, and then chat with Seth Taylor about the church’s fear of the body and of the material world. I answer a listener’s questions about priestly celibacy and the threat of hell, and end the episode with some straight-talk about how damn old we all are.

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Catholic Answers Live - Authentically Free at Last with Gloria Purvis - April 13, 2018 - 7pm

April 16, 2018

Questions Covered:

  • 18:11 - Could freedom be choosing something other than what is natural to our animalistic or carnal selves?
  • 49:30 - If you’re a parent of a child who wants to live with someone before they get married, how do you deal with that as a parent? And what do you do if the couple is split about the decision?

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Catholic Answers Live - Why Catholics Are Not Superstitious with Stacy Trasancos - April 13, 2018 - 6pm

April 16, 2018

Questions Covered:

  • 20:09 - Is it superstitious to pray for an A on a test, for a snow day, or for our football team to win?
  • 29:40 - What is the Catholic teaching on Our Lady of Medjugorje?
  • 33:52 - Where does superstition intersect with faith? Why do you always hear about Catholics being demon possessed but not Protestants?
  • 44:40 - What’s the difference between indulgences and superstition?
  • 51:44 - Is worshiping Mary part of the Catholic faith?

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