Sep 20, 2023
Dr. Italy discusses the Capuchin friar Padre Pio who in his lifetime was first famous in Italy and then the whole world for his stigmata and miracles worked through his intercession.
Sep 16, 2023
The parable of the merciless servant illustrates the meaning of “forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us,” a petition included in the Lord’s Prayer. Anger can be righteous, but when we let it harden into resentment it becomes a poison that blocks the grace of God from flowing into...
Sep 13, 2023
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 11, 2023
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 9, 2023
The Christian, biblical approach to fraternal correction has nothing to do with the self-righteous attitude of the Pharisees. Rather, it is all about humble & loving intervention. As Ezekiel was a watchman for the house of Israel, we are all called in love to watch out for each other.