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Sep 18, 2018

A growing movement among millennial Catholics called "Catholic Creatives" (www.catholiccreatives.org) make clear that many millennials have a hunger for God and a desire to help manifest the beauty of the Kingdom of God to this broken world.  An international summit for the leaders of this movement recently occurred in...


Sep 15, 2018

The crisis caused by the revelations of clerical sexual abuse of minors as well as seminarians has rocked the Catholic Church over the past several months.  It will take quite some time to sort through it all, so the issue is continually before us.  How do we, laypeople and clergy alike, process what has happened?  How...


Sep 12, 2018

Many contemporary bishops have been criticized for taking half-measures instead of speaking and acting boldly and decisively.  The same could never be said of the ancient bishop who was a Father of the Church, St. John Chrysostom.  His preaching was so eloquent and powerful that he acquired the nickname of "Chrysostom"...


Sep 10, 2018

September 11 is the anniversary of one of most brutal acts of terrorism of all time.  Three days later, on September 14, the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches celebrate the Feast of the Exaltation and triumph of the cross of Jesus Christ. This podcast brings out the link between 9/11 and the victory of the cross...


Sep 5, 2018

The current clerical sexual abuse and cover-up scandal has understandable shocked, sickened, and shaken many Catholics and non-Catholics alike.  For many, it calls into question the legitimacy of a Church itself.  Some have even suggested that this degree of corruption is unprecedented and threatens the very existence...