The Catholic Faith is a lived Tradition and it is manifested in many outward expressions we as Catholics use. The parts of the liturgy is among this Tradition and in this episode we discuss the significance of these expressions for the Faith.
Today’s popular culture promotes lust and even influences us to accept it. But lust takes us away from something truly beautiful, love. In this episode we discuss the negative effects of lust and how it differs from and inhibits love.
Christ’s resurrection can be hard to relate to our own lives, even despite the fact that He offers specifically to us the life He earns through His resurrection. In this episode we offer insight on the Pascal mystery from the perspective of its relevance in our own lives.
God has a plan for us and is involved in each moment in our lives as it pertains to His plan. We however, have a role to participate in His plan and in this episode we learn how we can submit ourselves to cooperate with the divine will of God.
What can the only Bible passage we have of Jesus’ childhood teach us about how to live our own lives? In this episode we discuss the significance of this passage, Mary and Joseph finding Jesus in the temple, and its relevance to our own behavior.
Sexual shame has been understood both positively and negatively through time. In order to understand it properly, however, one must look at the bigger picture and put it in relation to the sexual urge itself. Here Dcn. Morin breaks down what the Catholic Church teaches about the matter, ultimately positing that sexual shame is a guide to true love.
In this episode hear about the life of a saint well known among popular culture by her secular name, but who also is a beautiful testimony to the Catholic Faith.
In this episode we hear about the parallel of salvation between the Old Testament and the New Testament across which Christ comes to earth as the New Adam to save us from the condition we have fallen into upon the fall of the Adam of the Old Testament. Through this parallel we see the overabundance of Christ’s love for us, who not only fixes our sinful state, but offers us new life in Him.
In this episode we discuss the history of celibacy in the Church originating from Christ’s example of it in His own life on earth and how it has been carried out by clergy and saints ever since.
What does ex nihilo mean? We’ll find out in this episode and learn more about the Church’s teaching on God creating the world out of nothing, and what it means for us.