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Two Guys and a Gospel #178 - Reflection for July 5, 2020

Two Guys and a Gospel #178 - Reflection for July 5, 2020

July 2, 2020

Join us for a reflection that takes us deep into Sunday’s Gospel which is connected to a life of joy and happiness. Listen in as Fathers Ricardo and Phillip guide us through the Gospel for July 5, 2020.

Catholic Answers Focus - Two Failed Passages on Sola Scriptura

Catholic Answers Focus - Two Failed Passages on Sola Scriptura

July 2, 2020

How can the Catholic Church teach that we need Tradition as well as Scripture when the Bible says that Scripture is sufficient as a rule of faith and for making a man “complete”? And how can the Catholic Church teach that Scripture is not our sole infallible source for doctrine when the book of Acts praises the Bereans for using Scripture alone to determine the truth?

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

July 1, 2020

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:

  • 01:09 - Is it true that I, as a non-Catholic, have a chance of going to heaven, but if my Catholic girlfriend left the faith, she would go to hell? 
  • 13:52 - Our churches opened back up here, but they are not allowing us to take off our masks to receive communion, so people are carrying the Eucharist away in their hands and consuming it elsewhere. What can I do? I do not want to disrespect the Eucharist. 
  • 18:50 - Can you explain Romans 13? 
  • 29:03 - I am an Anglican, considering the Catholic Church. Why does apostolic succession matter? 
  • 44:47 - Thank you for helping me to come into the Church. What is a quick response to my Protestant family who use John 3:16 against faith and works? 
Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

July 1, 2020

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:

 
  • 13:39 - What do you know about the illumination of conscience? What does the Church teach about this? 
  • 19:43 - Why does the Catholic Church think that faith and works together don’t mean that you’re earning your salvation? If it includes works, then you believe that you’re earning salvation, which is wrong. 
  • 50:01 - The Church teaches a lot about John 3:16. Is 1 John 3:16 in support of John 3:16? 
Ocean Sunrise Catechism#513 Mysteries of Jesus
Hope to Die

Hope to Die

July 1, 2020

Hope is what will sustain us in the days yet to come. It also will make it possible to experience joy in this day, no matter what sorrows presently afflict us. On this episode of The Road to Emmaus, Scott Hahn talks about his book Hope to Die and the importance of hope.

Fear and Excitement! 🤪

Fear and Excitement! 🤪

July 1, 2020

Today is a mix of emotions as I get ready for my live interview on Marcu and Joni Lamb's show on Datstar TV! 😲 You can watch live at www.daystar.com at 11 CT! How do you manage your emotions when talking about your faith, especially to those who may not agree....? 🤔🙏😇

Manage Your Money God’s Way - Time for a Financial Health Checkup

Manage Your Money God’s Way - Time for a Financial Health Checkup

July 1, 2020

We are midway through a tumultuous financial year and it’s time to revisit your current financial situation and define what’s going to change or remain the same in 2020. This year, more than ever it’s imperative to stay on top of your financial situation.

The Compass Money Map is a great place to start and the Compass blog has more about a financial health checkup.

Money Stories - Effect of Student Loan Debt on Vocations

Money Stories - Effect of Student Loan Debt on Vocations

July 1, 2020

In this week's episode of Money Stories, Anne Folan discusses the toll student loan debt is taking on vocations. Anne is a member of the board of directors of the Mater Ecclesiae Fund for Vocations, a nonprofit Catholic organization that makes grants for student loan debt relief for young men and women with vocations to religious life. 

45 million Americans owe student loan debt, collectively owing more than $1.5 trillion dollars. Two out of every three college graduates will graduate with a student debt load averaging over $30,000. For individuals discerning a call to religious life, student loan debt can create a tremendous obstacle they didn't consider when pursuing their college degrees because religious communities usually don't allow a person with unresolved debts to enter formation. 

Mater Ecclesiae Fund for Vocations:  https://fundforvocations.org

Compass Catholic Ministries: www.CompassCatholic.org

Matthew 6:24-“No one can serve two masters. He will either hate one and love the other, or be devoted to one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon."

In the Blink of an Eye

In the Blink of an Eye

July 1, 2020

Time flies is an expression we hear all the time. And it’s true. In this podcast, Tony discusses how time flies and how we need to understand that in the blink of an eye things can change. He offers several suggestions. too.

Scripture: To your eyes a thousand years are like yesterday, come and gone, or like a watch in the night. You sweep them away like a dream, like grass which is fresh in the morning. In the morning it sprouts and is fresh; by evening it withers and fades. Psalm 90 4:6 (Grail Version)

“Let your life be free from love of money but be content with what you have, for he has said, I will never forsake you or abandon you.”  Hebrews 13:5

Quote: In the blink of an eye, something happens by chance, when you least expect it, sets you on a course that you never planned, into a future you never imagined. –Nicholas Sparks

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“Life is a preparation for the future; and the best preparation for the future is to live as if there were none.” — Albert Einstein

“Happiness, not in another place but this place…not for another hour, but this hour.” –Walt Whitman

“Life can change in the blink of an eye. All you have is right now. So don’t ever put off telling someone how you feel about them, don’t assume that they know, because they might not and it might be too late.” ― Alexandra Potter

Reflection: Have you blinked you eyes and a year has goon by or even a decade? What can we do to savor the time we have together? Do you try to live in the moment? How difficult do you find it?

Catholic Answers Focus - Who Was Fr. Junipero Serra?

Catholic Answers Focus - Who Was Fr. Junipero Serra?

July 1, 2020

Was Fr. Junipero Serra a dark part of history, deserving of his statues and memorials’ desecration, or was he a holy man of God who directly resisted the mistreatment and enslavement of the native peoples he evangelized? Find out here, with Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone.

The Frank Friar - Episode 270: Life During Our Times

The Frank Friar - Episode 270: Life During Our Times

July 1, 2020

Today, I am reflecting on the 1st reading from the Second book of Kings from the Mass this previous Sunday (2 Kngs 4). We see the Prophet Elisha encountering a woman with a barren womb. I believe there is much we can learn from this woman that can aid us in our current times and I touch upon an aspect of that in the episode.

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Beneath the Surface - Trinity

Beneath the Surface - Trinity

June 30, 2020

How can God be both One and Three - without contradiction?  Give a listen to this insightful dialogue between Paul Murano and his guest Bob Leblanc on the foundational Christian mystery - One God revealed as three Persons, consubstantial and co-eternal.

Clean Sweep - Heaven
Catholic Answers Live - Which Catholic Moral Teaching Do You Reject?

Catholic Answers Live - Which Catholic Moral Teaching Do You Reject?

June 30, 2020

Which Catholic Moral Teaching Do You Reject?

 Questions Covered:

  • 03:29 - I reject the idea that God would allow non-believers to go to hell for eternity. 
  • 11:33 - Why does the Catholic Church teach that adultery in the heart and mind is not a mortal sin? 
  • 18:39 - I reject the God of the Old Testament and since Catholic moral teaching is based on the Old and New Testament, I reject Catholic moral teaching. 
  • 36:10 - I need clarification on the inviolability of conscience. 
  • 47:38 - I reject the Catholic Church’s teaching on illegal immigration. 
  • 52:32 - Please explain why the Catholic Church teaches that IVF is wrong. 

Resources Mentioned:

 
Catholic Answers Live - Which Catholic Moral Teaching Do You Reject?

Catholic Answers Live - Which Catholic Moral Teaching Do You Reject?

June 30, 2020

Which Catholic Moral Teaching Do You Reject?

Questions Covered:

  • 17:00 - I do not understand why the Catholic Church does not support gay marriage.  
  • 33:42 - I reject Catholic moral teaching on natural law. 
  • 44:50 - I question Catholic teaching on NFP and contraception. 

Resources Mentioned:

 
Ocean Sunrise Catechism#508 Virgin Mary
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Holy Smokes Catholic Review: Episode 124: Love

Holy Smokes Catholic Review: Episode 124: Love

June 30, 2020

Join  Fr. Scott Mansfield, Pastor of St. John Vianney, Tony Wilimitis, Director of Formation, and Will Tapia, Director of Development as they give an in depth review of the Gospel from the Thirteenth week in Ordinary Time: Love.

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Kramer Soderberg “Fill Your Cup for Christ” - Lisa Hendey & Friends #108

Kramer Soderberg “Fill Your Cup for Christ” - Lisa Hendey & Friends #108

June 30, 2020

On this week's show, we talk faith, basketball and life with Kramer Soderberg, author of the new book Fill Your Cup for Christ: A Journey Sown & Grown through Sports.

About Kramer Soderberg:

College basketball coach and first-time author, Kramer Soderberg, is a devoted husband to his wife, Andrea, and father. Son of long time college basketball coach, Brad Soderberg, Kramer grew up in Saint Charles, Missouri where he excelled on the basketball court at both the high school and college levels. Kramer is currently an assistant men's basketball coach at Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. Kramer devotes much of his free time to growing in his Catholic faith and spreading his love of Jesus to others through speaking opportunities and personal interactions throughout his community.

About Fill Your Cup for Christ:

Fill Your Cup for Christ looks to help lay-Catholics grow in their understanding and love of the Catholic Church. The book was written to help inspire and motivate Catholics to grow in their relationship with Christ and pursue a deeper and more authentic faith life by learning to strive for spiritual greatness in the midst of everyday life.

For More Information:

Check out books by Lisa Hendey at Amazon and find all of our book and movie suggestions at Lisa's Amazon Influencer list. For Lisa's speaking schedule visit www.LisaHendey.com. Send your feedback to lisahendey@gmail.com or connect with Lisa on social media @LisaHendey.