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.

Resources Mentioned:

00:0000:00

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?
00:0000:00

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.

Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail
00:0000:00

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. 

If you like my podcast please make sure to subscribe to the podcast it really does help me.  You can find more of my content at my website www.thefrankfriar.com and my YouTube at www.youtube.com/c/thefrankfriar

00:0000:00

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?

Resources Mentioned:

00:0000:00

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?

Resources Mentioned:

00:0000:00

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. 

If you like my podcast please make sure to subscribe to the podcast it really does help me.  You can find more of my content at my website www.thefrankfriar.com and my YouTube at www.youtube.com/c/thefrankfriar

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/the-frank-friar.html

00:0000:00

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.
 
Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/lisa-hendey-and-friends.html

photo frame_bubble_left_top_part.png
Lisa M. Hendey
Founder, CatholicMom.com & Author "The Grace of Yes"
facebook.png amazon.png twitter.png snapchat.png instagram.png linkedin.png pinterest.png blogRSS.png youtube.png
website.png  LisaHendey.com
address1.png  10573 West Pico Blvd. #31, Los Angeles, CA 90064-2348
 
promotion_button_2.png

Lisa's latest: Chime Travelers Books for Kids!

 

 

 

00:0000:00

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.

00:0000:00

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?

Resources Mentioned:

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/catholic-answers.html

00:0000:00

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?

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/catholic-answers.html

00:0000:00

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum with Fr. John Trigilio - April 12, 2018 - 7pm

April 16, 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:

  • 03:11 - What’s the Catholic equivalent of the question “have you been saved?” When are we saved?
  • 05:00 - My wife and I are going through a rough patch, and I heard a phrase that said “marriages should mirror the gospel.” What does that mean and how would I do that?
  • 11:26 - If Jesus was Jewish does that mean Judaism was around longer than Catholicism?
  • 14:36 - Are devotions to the divine mercy and the rosary necessary to be a good Catholic?
  • 16:52 - What was Abraham’s religion?
  • 20:08 - What happened to St. Joseph's body?
  • 34:37 - To what extent can we materially cooperate with evil?
  • 42:40 - A Jehovah Witness told me that Jesus didn’t die on a cross, but on a stake. What’s the truth?
  • 48:04 - How do we get over the fear over particular judgement?
  • 50:40 - I went to RCIA and had to drop out and I feel like I’ve been alienated to the Catholic Church. The priest won’t talk to me, he won’t acknowledge me, and I feel like he’s cold. What should I do?

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/catholic-answers.html

00:0000:00

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum with Jimmy Akin - April 12, 2018 - 6pm

April 16, 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:

  • 06:18 - I saw people kneeling when they received communion and I thought it was so beautiful, and when I went to my home parish they told me that was frowned upon. What should I do?
  • 15:59 - Is it possible that there will be a unification between Catholics and Protestants?
  • 22:37 - If laws in UK, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark were to change to allow for a Catholic monarch, would there conversions be handled by an individual bishop or several bishops to handle any needs they might have? Additionally, with Prince Charles, how would his previous marriage be handled?
  • 29:43 - I know the teaching of the Church is that Mary was conceived sinless and that means it was preordained, predestined, but then it is also said that Mary had a choice and she said yes when the angel told her she would conceive. So I’m confused about if she was predestined to be chosen or if it was her free will?
  • 33:00 - What will Jesus do when he comes back to earth, and what will happen to us? What would happen to me if I wasn’t baptized?
  • 36:55 - Is there a difference between an atheist and an agnostic atheist?
  • 42:40 - What role does a sense of humor play in our Catholic faith, and are there instances of humor in the bible?
  • 52:37 - What’s the difference between spirit and soul? Does the Church have a teaching on this?

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/catholic-answers.html

00:0000:00

Real Living - Healing 12 - 4/16/18

April 16, 2018

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/real-living.html

00:0000:00

Real Living - Healing 11 - 4/16/18

April 16, 2018

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/real-living.html

00:0000:00

Bible Study Evangelista - Episode 11: The “Who” of the Old Testament

April 16, 2018

God says He is Who He is, and nothing else. In the Bible, in His own words, we see that He is a living, personal God who insists on treating the persons He has made as persons too, by revealing Himself to them. In encountering God in the scriptures we can then consider that the Old Testament, and indeed the whole Bible, is about this same gradual, increasing self-disclosure to a particular race of people just like me: the revelation of a Person to persons, like ourselves, who also actually lived in a certain place at a certain time.

Notes and References

“A name expresses a person’s essence and identity and the meaning of this person’s life. God has a name; he is not an anonymous force. To disclose one’s name is to make oneself known to others; in a way, it is to hand oneself over by becoming accessible, capable of being known more intimately and addressed personally” (CCC 203).

St. Irenaeus, who was the bishop of Lyon in late second-century France, said that to understand “the divine program and economy for the salvation of humanity” we have to understand God’s “several covenants with humanity” and also “the special character of each covenant.” (Against the Heresies, Book I, Chapter 10, no. 3).

 

Ignite, Chapter 2, The Who of the Bible

Episode Resources

Come join the chatter on the Facebook community. How do “you” feel about being a “who” of the Bible? Tell me your #LOVEtheWordtakeaway for this week’s show. 

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/the-bible-study-evangelista.html

00:0000:00

Bishop Ronald Gainer - Gospel Reflection for April 22, 2018

April 16, 2018

In this reflection hear why Jesus is genuine, authentic and the real thing.

 
 
Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/bishop-gainer.html

 

00:0000:00

Chuck ‘N Ann on Finance - Episode 16

April 16, 2018

This week on Chuck n' Ann on Finance:

*We celebrated our Goddaughter's/ niece's First Holy Communion this past weekend, but Chuck ended up as a human yo-yo thanks to Ann
*Market update for the week plus Chuck's assessment of price action, especially on Fridays, and for what investors and traders should be aware.
*NYC Girl Scout troop accomplishes an extraordinary feat!
*News this week on these companies could provide opportunities for investors- Chuck and Ann reveal what they are and discuss.

Visit us online www.iiefinancial.com to find out what makes us a uniquely Catholic Christian financial advisor, and call us to discuss your investment plan at 832-953-4998. Subscribe to our weekly newsletter here: http://bit.ly/2BytAE5

Don't forget to check out our other show on Breadbox Media- Salt and Light!

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/chuck-n-ann-on-finance.html

00:0000:00

Setting the Record Straight - Mule Trains and Papal Bulls - 4/13/18

April 15, 2018

Stories! Did you ever hear how the Vatican Archives were packed up and sent went wayfaring for years on a mule train? More than once. Where did the term Papal “Bulls” come from?  Pope Innocent III makes an appearance as well as a most humble Pope who lived in a little cottage. Listen to two moral tales  about Saint Francis; one old  and one new.

Support this Podcast and the Breadbox Media network with your Premium Membership and unlock your deals today. https://www.breadboxmedia.com/chuckcoughlinsupport.html

 

 

00:0000:00