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Beneath the Surface - Freedoms of the First Amendment

Beneath the Surface - Freedoms of the First Amendment

September 15, 2020

What freedoms does the First Amendment to the Constitution actually cover?

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum for Non Catholics

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum for Non Catholics

September 15, 2020

Non-Catholics call with their questions.

Questions Covered:

  • 01:18 - When we get to heaven, will we be able to see the whole history of the Church? 
  • 06:29 - Can you explain absolute divine simplicity? 
  • 18:06 - Why isn’t speaking in tongues allowed in the Catholic Church? 
  • 29:00 - I was baptized yesterday in the Catholic Church but don’t know if it’s valid. He said, “I baptize you quickly in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.” Is it valid? 
  • 32:33 - If God sees all and Jesus is the mediator, why ask the Pope for forgiveness? 
  • 48:23 - Earlier you said, God is not in parts, but there is the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. How do you reconcile that? 
  • 50:37 - Does the Catholic Church believe that Jesus is the son of God or a prophet? 
  • 51:42 - The history channel had on a friar who said that God was going to destroy the world in the first century, but Jesus stopped that plan and started salvation history. Is that true? 
Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum for Non Catholics

Catholic Answers Live - Open Forum for Non Catholics

September 15, 2020

Non-Catholics call with their questions.

Questions Covered:

  • 07:07 - Last week, I heard on your show that Jesus did not take on the Father’s wrath when he died on the cross. Is this what Catholics believe? 
  • 21:28 - What is the evidence for the Assumption of Mary in ancient literature? 
  • 44:00 - How can we expect society to respect the Catholic Church as a source of morality with all their teachings against homosexuals? 
  • 51:02 - I am looking to join the Catholic Church. How long should I attend Mass as a non-Catholic before taking the next step? 

 

Clean Sweep - Our Lady of Sorrows
The Messiah Is Born In Bethlehem:  A Look at Matthew 2:5-6

The Messiah Is Born In Bethlehem: A Look at Matthew 2:5-6

September 15, 2020
In today's passage Matthew gives us a quotation from Micah 5:2 and 2 Samuel 5:2.  The passage gives us a glimpse into the importance of the birthplace and kingship of Jesus.
 
 
Ocean Sunrise Catechism#597  Sinners at the Cross
Champions Podcast Episode 14 - Blake Koch, former Nascar Driver

Champions Podcast Episode 14 - Blake Koch, former Nascar Driver

September 15, 2020
In this episode Blake talks about:
  • how he believed in God as a Kid, but wasn’t discipled and didn’t attend church regularly
  • When Blake was 16 his dad had a great testimony and he started sharing it with Blake and that was huge for him. “Who knows where I’d be now if it wasn’t for my dad.”
  • Dad was a big Hollywood producer. He had everything you could want. Big houses, cars, money. But he was just lost and wasn’t happy. Then he changed. God got a hold of his heart and removed everything from his life. He went broke, lost his house, lost his cars, and surrendered and went on to a life of following Jesus. God needed to strip everything away from him to get his attention.
  • Parents were divorced when he was 2. Lived mainly with mom. She was a single mother working 9-5 and barely getting by. 
  • On weekends when he’d be at dad’s he would get anything he wanted, but at mom’s, she was happy to provide food.
  • Even though his dad lost everything he knew God would provide and that has really worn off on Blake.
  • From 20 years old on, any decision Blake had to make, he would call his dad and they would pray. Every race they would pray, before every practice, they would pray. Now as an entrepreneur, they pray prior to every meeting.
  • COME TO JESUS AHA MOMENT - Going to college, starting to party a bit, starting to drink too much here and there, and was kind of distant from God. He admits he was trying to control his life. He was living with his girlfriend at the time. He woke up on a Sunday and was feeling a little rough and his girlfriend said they should go to church. He was working and making good money and was at church and the pastor talked about trying to live life on your own and how that's not something you want to do. When it came time to give he reached in his wallet and grabbed all the cash he had and put it in the offering. Still to this day doesn’t know how much he gave but knows he was working money and wanted to surrender it to God. From that moment on he bought his own Bible, got into a small group, went to church regularly, and now is on fire from the Lord.
  • He attended a Drivers Bible study on race day when he came into NASCAR, and was able to get plugged into a good group of guys who were on the same mission and loved the Lord.
  • Grew up racing dirt bikes. Racing cars at 20. Drove a race car for the first time for fun and then decided he wanted to be a NASCAR driver cause it was fun. 
  • Growing up, NASCAR driver was not a dream growing up. had never watched NASCAR till 2007, drove the car in 2008.
  • Got engaged at 24, moved to NC to pursue racing in 1 bedroom apt from Florida. Was hired to drive in the Xfinity series in 2011. Did that whole year and things were looking good. 2012 signed with a new team and had a big sponsor and after 1st race sponsor pulled out. 
  • Got a job driving his friend Trevor Barnes motor home to NASCAR races. They were buddies, and he stayed with him, they were in the same bible study. Blake started spotting during the race.
  • One of his other buddies Josh wise couldn’t make it to a race and suggested they have Blake ride. He did it, did well, and then gets more opportunities and he hired again
  • 2016 he had a big sponsor come on board, started a racing team, started driving and made playoffs, and finished 6th in the championship.
  • Talks about the emotional toll of being on a team, then let go, then on a team, then let go.
  • He shares experiences speaking at Promise Keepers.
  • Talks about walking with his team owner through putting his faith in the Lord
  • Shares about starting Filter Time and how he partnered with Dale Earnhardt Jr.
  • https://www.filtertime.com/
  • Talks about his car catching on fire in a race at Talladega
  • Talks about his Dad’s book the firsthour.com
Two Guys and a Gospel #189 - Reflection for September 20, 2020

Two Guys and a Gospel #189 - Reflection for September 20, 2020

September 15, 2020

Sunday’s Gospel is a favorite of Father Ricardo’s which explores seeing things from God’s perspective and examining our own levels of generosity. Join us for this week’s reflection for September 20, 2020.

Reality Reflections with Kendra Von Esh - Mommy

Reality Reflections with Kendra Von Esh - Mommy

September 15, 2020
Let's reflect on the perfect spiritual mother we all have today. ❤ Let's ask for her to help bring us closer to her Son! 😘
No Spin Homilies - 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time

No Spin Homilies - 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time

September 14, 2020
Today, Sirach and Jesus teach us about anger and forgiveness.
To read this week's readings, go to: usccb.org
Church Nativity Weekly Message - Realign Week 1
Catholic Answers Live - Catholic Response to a Culture in Crisis

Catholic Answers Live - Catholic Response to a Culture in Crisis

September 14, 2020

With so much chaos and confusion in the world, some of which has permeated the Catholic Church, how can Catholics best identify and respond to crises today?

Catholic Answers Live - Catholic Response to a Culture in Crisis

Catholic Answers Live - Catholic Response to a Culture in Crisis

September 14, 2020

With so much chaos and confusion in the world, some of which has permeated the Catholic Church, how can Catholics best identify and respond to crises today?

Footsteps to Heaven – Why I believe that THE WARNING is true

Footsteps to Heaven – Why I believe that THE WARNING is true

September 14, 2020

Episode #81: Do you know how to read the signs of the times? In this episode, Terry Modica shares how God has worked in her life to convince her that Jesus is coming soon with a “Warning” for non-believers and a Second Pentecost for the true followers of Christ. Her story begins in 2001 when the scandal of priests sexually molesting children first became public. At that time, Terry felt very strongly that God wants to purge the Church from all sorts of abuses. Since then, the world has become much darker and we are called by God to read the signs of the times as watchmen who have the responsibility of warning others, as commanded in Ezekiel 33:1-9. 

Bill Snyder joins this episode because he wants the audiences of his podcast show, Young Catholics Respond, to listen to the previous episode of Footsteps to Heaven, which goes in-depth about “The Warning” (https://gnm.org/paracletia/the-warning-and-other-prophecies/).

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St. Joseph, A Role Model For Catholic Men with Steve Ray

St. Joseph, A Role Model For Catholic Men with Steve Ray

September 14, 2020
I am honored to once again have Steve Ray as a guest on the program. Steve is a bestselling Catholic author popular speaker, and pilgrimage leader. In this episode we discuss the background of St. Joseph, his occupation, righteousness, betrothal to Mary, and why he isn't mentioned much in the Gospels. It is very informative.

 

Check out Steve's website at www.catholicconvert.com Also check out Steve's amazing conversion story here: https://bit.ly/2RmiETY

Herod Concerned Over A Baby?  A Look At Matthew 2:3-4

Herod Concerned Over A Baby? A Look At Matthew 2:3-4

September 14, 2020

Today we continue in the infancy narrative of Jesus to see  concerned Herod who begins to obsess over the the baby Jesus.  Why?  He knows that his power is illegitimate and Matthew firmly established the kingly lineage of Christ in 1:1-17.

Will Within podcast with guest Mitzi Perdue

Will Within podcast with guest Mitzi Perdue

September 14, 2020

Mitzi Perdue - Living a Full Life!

Mitzi Perdue is an heiress, author, entrepreneur,  TV host, speaker and philanthropist.  

She is the daughter a family business titan (her father founded the Sheraton Hotel Chain) and the widow of another, (her late husband was the family business poultry magnate, Frank Perdue), and she is also a businesswoman in her own right. She started the family wine grape business, now one of the larger suppliers of wine grapes in California. Her family of origin (the one that started the Sheraton Hotels) began with the family business, Henderson Estate Company, in 1840, and her Perdue family started in 1920 in the poultry business. These two families have a combined tradition of 276 years of staying together as a family. Mitzi is happy to share actionable advice on how they created and maintained their family businesses. 

Mitzi fights human trafficking! 
WinThisFight.org is the brainchild of Mitzi Perdue. She seeks to end the scourge of human trafficking by planning to raise money through a variety of fundraisers, an online auction, as well as a live auction set for 2021; an exclusive event to be held at New York City’s premier auction house Sotheby’s. It will target donations in the million-dollar range, aiming to sell items such as works of art, jewelry and sought out collectibles. Sotheby’s will waive commission fees for the cause, resulting in more funding for the anti-trafficking organizations that will be the beneficiaries. Join Mitzi in this fight!

Contact:
www.winthisfight.org
www.mitziperdue.com

Reality Reflections with Kendra Von Esh - Jesus On The Holy Cross

Reality Reflections with Kendra Von Esh - Jesus On The Holy Cross

September 14, 2020

Let's remember all Jesus has done for us and His power today on the Feast of The Exaltation of The Cross! 🙏

The Frank Friar - Episode 283: Awe and Wonder with Stories

The Frank Friar - Episode 283: Awe and Wonder with Stories

September 14, 2020

For several weeks different stories and story tellers were coming up in my life.  These events got me again thinking about stories and their beauty. I, also, get to that beauty leading to awe and wonder. We need stories I prayer we never lose a hunger for them.

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Ocean Sunrise Catechism#596 Jesus vs Religiousity

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