In the previous podcast we began a discussion on the virtue of justice, which is vital to living a moral life. In this podcast we discuss the virtue in greater depth in order to better equip ourselves to practice it by analyzing the different parts of this virtue.
Post modern society pits faith against reason, but Christianity claims that they are compatible. How do we know that our faith is reasonable? Tune into this Catholic Bytes episode to hear Fr. Daniele explain miracles and prophesies in relation to the credibility of Revelation.
St. Francis Xavier didn’t always live a saintly life, but by the end of his life he had baptized more than 30,000 people. Tune into this Catholic Bytes episode to hear about the fascinating conversion and life of this “average” man.
What are your rights? In our current era the definition of rights has become a bit distorted. Rights and responsibilities are outcomes of a pre-existing truth. In this episode we discuss rights from their historical, philosophical, and theological foundation to discover the truth about rights.
The virtue of justice is inherent to our being. It is not only part of our humanity, but it is also intrinsic to our Christian lives. In this episode we’ll discuss this virtue and explain its relevance in our relationship with others and our relationship with God.
What it is that defines the Catholic Church? Like all things, the Church has an identity which comes from her characteristics. Four of these characteristics we call the marks of the Church since they are the unchangeable essence of what the Church is. She is one, holy, catholic, and apostolic, and in this episode we discuss these four marks and their part of the Church’s identity.
Throughout this series of episodes on God’s covenants with various figures in the Old Testament, we have seen how each covenant was fulfilled in Jesus Christ in the New Testament. In this final episode, we take a big picture look at the development of these covenants and their culmination in the life of Christ in the New Testament.
Fr. Jim gives us a survey of the Councils of Ephesus, Chalcedon, Constantinople II and III. These councils deal with the nature of Christ’s humanity.
As we continue the series on covenants we now look at God’s covenant with David, the successor of Saul as the first human king of God’s people. God makes a covenant with David for a kingship that leaves a legacy that looks forward to the coming of Christ, our true King.
In this episode, we talk about what an ecumenical council is, and discuss the issues related to two major ecumenical councils in the early Church: Nicaea and Constantinople I.