Listen as Dan Burke explains what keeps him in the Church, despite the flaws of its people.
A meditation for, and a brief history of, the very important Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica in Rome provided by Liz Estler.
Dan Burke & Melissa Elson interview Mike Aquilina on his book “The Apostles and Their Times – Archeology, History, and Scripture Unveil What Life Was Really Like during the Apostolic Age” regarding Catholicism’s roots and what early Christianity was really like.
Christopher Carstens concludes his 3-part series on liturgical conscience with the last six of the ten commandments of the liturgical life.
What are the first five commandments of the liturgical life? And, where can we find them? Christopher Carstens explains these in part two of his three-part series.
What is this thing called liturgical conscience? Christopher Carstens introduces this topic, and how to examine it, in part one of his three-part series.
Can suffering have meaning? Father John Bartunek reflects on this and on the sacredness of human life in part two of this two-part series on responding to assisted suicide issues.
Why does God permit evil and the suffering that surrounds it? Father John Bartunek reflects on issues that often come up when people talk about assisted suicide; part one of this two-part series.
Who is Fr Anthony de Mello and can we trust his spiritual writings to lead us to a deeper union with Christ? Dan and Melissa discuss the problems with Fr de Mello’s influential spiritual guidance and the Catholic Church’s position on non-Christian teachings.