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CSR 142 Bobby Allison

CSR 142 Bobby Allison

October 18, 2021

A NASCAR Hall of Famer who was the 1983 champion of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and had three Daytona 500 victories, among numerous other titles and championships. He won on 27 different tracks and had at least three wins in every NASCAR major. He ended his career with 85 victories and was named one of NASCAR's "50 Greatest Drivers." He was also a seven-time Most Popular Driver Award-winner.

186 From Suffering to Success

186 From Suffering to Success

October 18, 2021

In our capitalistic society, it is great to witness companies that have found the way to true and lasting success by benefiting their people and the greater good of society.

Reality Reflections with Kendra Von Es - How To Evangelize ‚Äď 5 Ways!

Reality Reflections with Kendra Von Es - How To Evangelize ‚Äď 5 Ways!

October 18, 2021

Some people are afraid to speak about their faith or don'treally know what it means to be an evangelist. Here are 5 ways you can Evangelize right now!! Need help on your journey, go to https://www.kendravonesh.com

Off the Shelf - Episode 226 with Terry Modica

Off the Shelf - Episode 226 with Terry Modica

October 15, 2021

This week I am joined by fellow podcaster Terry Modica. She has a fantastic new 5-part study guide on the Church Document Ecclesia de Eucharistia (The Church of the Eucharist). The book, My Soul Shall be Healed, is great for group or individual study and leads readers into a deeper love and understanding of the Eucharist. Get your copy here. 

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

October 15, 2021

Questions Covered:

  • 00:57¬†- If Calvin and Luther believe in the perpetual virginity of Mary, why, when, and who put a stop to this belief? Why was the doctrine of the Assumption defined?
  • 04:28¬†- What is the Catholic justification for adding in the Filioque?
  • 07:20¬†- Can you explain how Catholics should balance the worship/adoration of God and Mary?
  • 14:17¬†- Where did the idea/ name for purgatory come from? And why don‚Äôt Protestants believe in it?
  • 17:55¬†- I have a hard time joining together the common apologetics and the early Church history, especially with the letter of 1st Clement. When I read historians, I have a hard time connecting the two because the apologetic realm seems to be heavy and strict while the history realm tends to have a lighter take.
  • 29:22¬†- I‚Äôve learned that someone has to know that they‚Äôre committing a sin for it to be truly considered a sin. If someone was totally incapacitated, would they not be committing a sin if they‚Äôre not really aware that they are?
  • 33:08¬†- Jimmy, what evidence do you have for your different opinion on the source of the Gospels?
  • 40:15¬†- Could you explain the passage in Revelations that talks about Jesus spitting out those that are lukewarm? What is your opinion on those that are lukewarm in the present day?
  • 46:19¬†- I‚Äôm converting to Catholicism and I learned I‚Äôm not supposed to read my old Protestant books. I know sometimes apologists read these to try to come up with ways to rebut what they talk about. Should I get rid of these or what should I do with them?
  • 52:30¬†- In Matthew 16:18, if Jesus set up a visible, identifiable church, wouldn‚Äôt that prove Protestantism wrong because he protected his church from the gates of hell?
Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

October 15, 2021

Questions Covered:

  • 04:23¬†- I have a theory that when Christ said he emptied himself, he removed¬†all¬†his ability to stop what was going to happen to him because that was the only way for him to truly put himself. Could Jimmy give his opinion on this?¬†
  • 15:49¬†- I‚Äôve heard that approximately ‚ÖĒ of Catholics don‚Äôt believe in the real presence. If it‚Äôs a dogma, why would the 2/3s who don‚Äôt believe still be considered Catholics?¬†
  • 22:48¬†- I was visiting another parish and the priest distributing the Eucharist¬†said,¬†‚ÄúThe body and blood of Christ‚ÄĚ rather than just ‚ÄúThe body of Christ‚ÄĚ. Is it ok that he said this? And how did the early Church discern that we‚Äôre fully under one species?¬†
  • 28:41¬†- I have a view of purgatory in which the people there¬†are able to¬†pray for people on earth. That they grow closer to God and eventually closer to heaven. Does this go along with Catholic teaching? Could you give me some insight¬†into¬†this?¬†
  • 31:39¬†- Among Christians I see there‚Äôs two views, one where things are¬†Good¬†and God made the world,¬†and the other where the world has¬†fallen¬†and the Devil has reign. What do Catholics believe about this and are we supposed to believe just one or the other?¬†
  • 35:02¬†- In Genesis 1 when God is talking about making man, Trinitarian Christians say there‚Äôs evidence of the trinity because of the Hebrew words used to imply the plural, while others say that those same Hebrew words do not prove that. I want to know how to defend the trinitarian viewpoint.¬†
  • 45:31¬†- Can the will of the father and of the son ever come into conflict? I‚Äôve heard that in the¬†Father‚Äôs¬†perfection, there wouldn‚Äôt need to be a¬†coeternal son¬†and that he would be perfect in and of himself.¬†
  • 49:41¬†- How do you know the difference between when your Guardian Angel does something for you rather than God?¬†
  • 52:39¬†- What is St. Raphael‚Äôs job?¬†
 
Homeschooling Saints - Episode 94

Homeschooling Saints - Episode 94

October 15, 2021

Episode 94: DIY Retreats for Homeschooling Moms

 

It’s not uncommon for busy homeschooling moms to get in the habit of just pushing through their exhaustion, even to the point of burnout. Sometimes we need the help of other women to remind us to take time to rest in the Lord as beloved daughters. Our guest, today, Jenny Bales, is here to share her beautiful DIY Retreats for Homeschooling Moms!

 

Find Jenny Bales:

 

Heart of a Mother

https://www.heartofamother.net

Bloom Homeschooling (Consulting)

https://www.heartofamother.net/bloom/

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1416155725067811

 

Today's Short Feature: A.J. Cattapan, Books & Blessings

Today's Topic: The Boy Who Knew, by Corinna Turner

Find Amy here: https://www.ajcattapan.com

 

Thank you to the following contributors who made this podcast possible:

Our Sponsor HomeschoolConnections.com

Homeschooling Saints Theme Music Composed by Taylor Kirkwood

Intro voice Dave Palmer radio personality and author of St. Thomas Aquinas for Everyone

Our host Lisa Mladinich

The Catholic Man Show - Brett McKay: Art of Manliness (Replay)

The Catholic Man Show - Brett McKay: Art of Manliness (Replay)

October 15, 2021

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The Art of Manliness

Special Guest: Brett McKay

Brett McKay founded the Art of Manliness in 2008 and has grown it into the largest independent men’s interest magazine on the web.

Here are a few examples of Brett’s work:

100 Skills Every Man Should Know

How to Increase Testosterone Naturally

100 Books Every Man Must Read

Ultimate List of Hobbies

Brett McKay’s Books:

The Illustrated Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

Heading Out on Your Own

Manvotionals

30 Days to a Better Man

The Art of Manliness Podcast

The Gary Zimak Show - Episode 146 - Giving Up Your Life

The Gary Zimak Show - Episode 146 - Giving Up Your Life

October 15, 2021

This week, Gary looks at the Mass Readings for the 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time. We'll reflect on the fact that Jesus gave up His life so that we could live. We'll also look at the appropriate response to His incredible act of love.

Reality Reflections with Kendra Von Esh - Don‚Äėt Give Up On Prayer

Reality Reflections with Kendra Von Esh - Don‚Äėt Give Up On Prayer

October 15, 2021

Everyone struggles with prayer, do these things to deepen your relationship with God today! Need help on your journey? Go to https://www.kendravonesh.com

The Road to Emmaus - Unpardonable Sin

The Road to Emmaus - Unpardonable Sin

October 14, 2021

What does Jesus mean when He says there is only one unpardonable sin? Scott Hahn and Rob Corzine explain and assure us it’s not something we can stumble into by accident.  

Catholic Answers Live - Your Bible Questions

Catholic Answers Live - Your Bible Questions

October 14, 2021

Questions Covered:

  • 01:18¬†- When Jesus tells the 12 apostles to receive the holy spirit, could you tell me how that plays out to the rest of the generations of the world? And how can we actually discern the Spirit?
  • 12:32¬†- Did the apostle John write the Gospel of John or was it someone else?
  • 22:23¬†- My 17 yo daughter asked me why the God in the Old Testament seems much more harsh than the one in the New Testament. Why does it seem this way?
  • 28:51¬†- In Luke 16:9 it says ‚ÄúMake friends with dishonest wealth so that when it fails you, they may receive you into the eternal dwelling.‚ÄĚ Could you tell me what it means by this?
  • 33:04¬†- How does God never have a beginning?
  • 35:50¬†- In Mark 10:17-18, why did Jesus say ‚ÄúWhy do you call me good when only God is good?‚ÄĚ
  • 42:30¬†- What does it mean that Jesus was ‚Äúperfected‚ÄĚ or ‚Äúsanctified‚ÄĚ?
  • 49:50¬†- In the bible does it say there‚Äôs no purgatory for children? And what would it be like for unbaptized children?
  • 51:55¬†- Is racism a sin? In the bible, both Paul and Jesus expressed racist views. For example, Paul says people from the Island of Crete are all lazy and gluttons. Jesus also said people from Canaan are all dogs.
 
Catholic Answers Live - Your Bible Questions

Catholic Answers Live - Your Bible Questions

October 14, 2021

Questions Covered:

  • 03:59¬†- I‚Äôm a Protestant and I‚Äôm wondering about regenerative baptism and Acts 10. How does it fit in with the Holy Spirit being upon them before and them being baptized because of it?¬†
  • 11:38¬†- Last Sunday the gospel was ‚ÄúIt is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than a wealthy person to get to heaven‚ÄĚ. What does Jesus truly mean by that?¬†
  • 21:52¬†- What is the true name of the Messiah? I‚Äôve heard that it‚Äôs¬†Jesus¬†but I‚Äôve heard others as well.¬†
  • 28:49¬†- I read in the New Testament that Jesus had brothers. Is this true?¬†
  • 35:51¬†- Could you compare the passage Philippians 4:13 ‚ÄúI can do all things through Christ who strengthens me‚ÄĚ with Sirach 3:18-19 in terms of humility?¬†
  • 42:05¬†- In 1 Corinthians chapter 7 when St. Paul tells those who he‚Äôs speaking to¬†to¬†be celibate like him, is he speaking to administrators or the congregation of laity?¬†
  • 49:20¬†- In the bible it says Adam and Eve made original sin, so why is Mary the only one in the entire universe born without original sin?¬†
  • 51:11¬†- We have a soul and pray, go to confession, etc. to improve it, but did Jesus have a soul like us?
Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

October 14, 2021

Questions Covered:

  • 03:35¬†- Does Jesus have a created soul from his human soul in reference to ‚Äúbegotten not made‚ÄĚ in the Nicene Creed? And what does the ‚Äúnot made‚ÄĚ mean in reference to both¬†His¬†human and divine nature, if He has both?¬†
  • 07:17¬†- How biblical are dreams and how much faith should I put into them?¬†
  • 16:08¬†- My friend is convinced that Jesus was married. Could you tell me how to get through to her that He wasn‚Äôt?¬†
  • 20:36¬†- I was away from the Church for about 48 years and I‚Äôve recently come back. In a¬†guide book¬†I was reading on St. Peter, it said to refer to Joel 2:28. When I went to my NASV bible, there was no Joel 2:28, but there was when I went to my RSV bible. Why is it in one and not the other?¬†
  • 24:22¬†- Before my husband and I got married in the Catholic Church, his parents said he was baptized, just not in the Catholic Church. He ended up becoming Catholic after we were¬†married¬†and we learned that he was never baptized at all but just ‚Äúdedicated‚ÄĚ. After knowing this new information, do we have to have our marriage validated in any way?¬†
  • 31:08¬†- How far back does the tradition go for Catholics to celebrate mass every day of the week?¬†
  • 33:40¬†- My parents are both¬†deceased¬†and I see them in my dreams every night. Why do they? Also, how do we know if we die?¬†
  • 40:40¬†- How do we reason with those who are part of the progressive Christian movement today? Particularly on the acceptance of homosexuality.¬†
  • 46:33¬†- I have part of my dad‚Äôs ashes on my dresser. It was not my decision to put them up there, but is this bad? Does this mean that his soul is lost?
  • 49:22¬†- I‚Äôve been looking for a good Catholic Bible, but in the process of this I was wondering why all of the Protestant denominations reject the books the Catholic Bible has and theirs don‚Äôt.
Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum

October 14, 2021

Questions Covered:

  • 05:40¬†- Is the Pope a dictator?¬†
  • 14:10¬†- Was the perpetual virginity of Mary defined at a council, and who were the other women at the foot of the cross other than John and Mary?¬†
  • 19:05¬†- Is¬†there no outreach from the Catholic Church compared to others? For¬†example,¬†going door to door or actively trying to convert people¬†in¬†public.¬†
  • 28:48¬†- Could I get some pointers on how to defend Mary‚Äôs perpetual virginity?¬†
  • 39:00¬†- I have family members that are Pentecostal. They say the saints are sleeping and there‚Äôs no way they can intercede for us at this point until the second coming of the Lord. Are they really sleeping or are they 100 percent alive? And where are our family members that have already departed? Can they intercede?¬†
  • 44:55¬†- I‚Äôm looking for a one-stop-shop resource that‚Äôs a defense of Catholicism. Could you recommend one?¬†
  • 47:42¬†- Is the ‚ÄúOneness‚ÄĚ doctrine considered blasphemy?
Bishop Ronald Gainer - Gospel Reflection for October 17, 2021

Bishop Ronald Gainer - Gospel Reflection for October 17, 2021

October 14, 2021

Bishop Gainer invites you to mass this weekend with your brothers and sisters in Christ.

Bishop Ronald Gainer - Gospel Reflection for October 10, 2021

Bishop Ronald Gainer - Gospel Reflection for October 10, 2021

October 14, 2021

Bishop Gainer invites you to mass this weekend with your brothers and sisters in Christ.

Reflexión de las Buenas Nuevas del Viernes 22 de Octubre, 2021

Reflexión de las Buenas Nuevas del Viernes 22 de Octubre, 2021

October 14, 2021

Somos santos, pero requiere esfuerzo ser lo que somos, viviendo esa santidad y creciendo en santidad.

 

El texto de este audio puedes encontrarlo en nuestra web en https://gnm-es.org/reflexiones-de-las-buenas-nuevas/?useDrDate=2021-10-22.

 

Suscríbete para recibir las Reflexiones de las Buenas Nuevas por correo electrónico o por mensaje de texto a tu celular en https://gnm-es.org/reciba-las-reflexiones-diarias/

Reflexión de las Buenas Nuevas del Jueves 21 de Octubre, 2021

Reflexión de las Buenas Nuevas del Jueves 21 de Octubre, 2021

October 14, 2021

La oración más importante es pedir por la paz interior que sólo Cristo puede dar.

 

Reflexiona más sobre el tema de este audio usando el audio de GNM: "Cómo Escuchar al Espíritu Santo" en https://gnm-es.org/camino31.

 

El texto de este audio puedes encontrarlo en nuestra web en https://gnm-es.org/reflexiones-de-las-buenas-nuevas/?useDrDate=2021-10-21.

 

Suscríbete para recibir las Reflexiones de las Buenas Nuevas por correo electrónico o por mensaje de texto a tu celular en https://gnm-es.org/reciba-las-reflexiones-diarias/

Reflexión de las Buenas Nuevas del Miércoles 20 de Octubre, 2021

Reflexión de las Buenas Nuevas del Miércoles 20 de Octubre, 2021

October 14, 2021

La Gracia es el don sobrenatural de Dios, para ayudarnos a superar nuestra tendencia al pecado.

 

Lee m√°s sobre el tema de este audio usando el PalabrasVivas de GNM: "¬ŅPor qu√© debemos confesarnos si el amor de Dios es incondicional?" en https://gnm-es.org/preguntas-frecuentes/por-que-confesion/.

 

El texto de este audio puedes encontrarlo en nuestra web en https://gnm-es.org/reflexiones-de-las-buenas-nuevas/?useDrDate=2021-10-20

 

Suscríbete para recibir las Reflexiones de las Buenas Nuevas por correo electrónico o por mensaje de texto a tu celular en https://gnm-es.org/reciba-las-reflexiones-diarias/

 

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