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My Catholic Life! presents the beauty and splendor of our Catholic faith in a down to earth and practical way. These daily audio reflections come from the "Catholic Daily Reflections Series" which is available in online format from our website. They are also available in e eBook or paperback format. May these reflections assist you on your journey of personal conversion!
 
Join well-known theologian and author Edward Sri for weekly insights on understanding and living out the Catholic faith. Delve deeper into the Bible, prayer time, virtue, relationships, marriage and family and culture with practical reflections on all things Catholic. Don't just go through the motions. Live as an intentional Catholic, a disciple of Jesus Christ.
 
The goal of Forte Catholic is to #MakeCatholicismFunAgain. No matter where you are on your journey with God we want to help you take the next step by inspiring, uplifting, and sharing the Good News...all while laughing along the way. There is a weekly theme discussion, guest interviews from Catholic leaders from across the world and the best crew of co-hosts in the biz. 2018 Catholic Podcast of the Year Nominee (Fisher's Net Awards) The host, Taylor Schroll, is a Catholic husband, father, mi ...
 
It's not right that Catholics have an extraordinary faith community when they are college students, but struggle with faith, hope, and love when they leave campus. The Konza Catholic Podcast is presented by St. Isidore's Catholic Student Center in Manhattan, Kansas and is dedicated to helping Catholics of all ages (but especially those in Kansas) seek heaven and succeed on Earth.
 
Promoting the virtuous life. Adam and David have been best friends for 30 years and love being Catholic, husbands, and fathers. They enjoy whisky, beer, bacon, flamethrowers, St. Thomas Aquinas, virtue, true leisure, and authentic friendship. The show is typically broken down into 3 segments - A drink, a gear, and a topic. We are on the Lord's team. The winning side. So raise your glass. #CheerstoJesus You can support our show by going to www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow
 
The Classical Theism Podcast aims to defend Catholic Christian ideas in conversation. With the help of various guests, I defend three pillars of the Catholic Christian worldview: (1) the God of classical theism exists, (2) Jesus is our Messiah and Lord, and (3) He founded the Catholic Church. We place a strong emphasis on the first pillar, defending classical theism, drawing upon the work of Thomistic philosopher Dr. Edward Feser and many others. Thanks for listening! John DeRosa jderosa@cla ...
 
Lay Catholic evangelists Michael Gormley and Dave VanVickle bring you a podcast series that teaches you how to confidently share your Catholic faith with your family members, friends, co-workers, and the strangers you meet on airplanes. Every episode, Mike and Dave give you five steps you can take each week to become an instrument God uses to spread the Gospel, heal hearts, and renew his Church. Be inspired by stories of miraculous conversions and be reminded that God still powerfully interv ...
 
Catholic Forum began as a radio program in Wilmington, Delaware USA in 1939 making it the longest running Catholic discussion (non-liturgical) program in the United States. It is still on the air in the Diocese of Wilmington, but it is now available as a podcast. A new podcast debuts each Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Time and includes an introductory reflection, the Gospel of the day, a musical selection and an interview.
 
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Leah Libresco Sargeant discusses her conversion from atheism to Catholicism, highlighting how she used math and science to reconcile the ideas of objective moral truth and God's existence. She reflects on how we can help others to convert by answering questions, opening our homes, and being a witness to faith in everyday life.…
 
Keith Nester’s tells his conversion story to Catholicism with the R&T crew. Keith Nester is a former pastor/youth pastor with more than 20 years in full-time ministry. Keith served in United Methodist, Assemblies of God, and Evangelical Free churches in various roles. In 2017, after a 20 year long discernment process, Keith resigned his full-time m…
 
Does God just want us to feel good about ourselves? Therapeutic Christianity has become increasingly popular because it emphasizes the part of the Gospel that makes us feel good but ignores the reality of the Cross. Today, Dr. Sri highlights three dangers of therapeutic Christianity which has become increasingly popular in our culture. We learn tha…
 
Lord, open my lips. — And my mouth will proclaim your praise. Ant. Come into the Lord’s presence singing for joy. Psalm 67 O God, be gracious and bless us and let your face shed its light upon us. So will your ways be known upon earth and all nations learn your saving help. Ant. Come into the Lord’s presence singing for joy. Let the peoples praise …
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 651 Proper of Seasons: 275 Psalter: Thursday, Week IV, 1210 Office of Readings for Thursday in Ordinary Time God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: — as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Am…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours: Vol I, Page 1183 Vol II, Page 1642 Vol III, Page 1283 Vol IV, Page 1247 Christian Prayer: Page 1049 General instruction: Please pray with us actively, especially by joining with us in saying antiphons and responses, most of which are indicated in this highlight. Consider an examination of your own conscience …
 
May 26 Saint Philip Neri, Priest Memorial Saint Philip Neri was an Italian priest in the 16th century. Of noble birth, Saint Philip leveraged his connections and helped establish large-scale social programs throughout Rome. Also, he co-founded the Congregation of the Oratory whose mission was to minister to the thousands of pilgrims flocking to Rom…
 
Lord, open my lips. — And my mouth will proclaim your praise. Ant. Come, let us worship Christ, chief shepherd of the flock, alleluia. Psalm 95 Come, let us sing to the Lord and shout with joy to the Rock who saves us. Let us approach him with praise and thanksgiving and sing joyful songs to the Lord. Ant. Come, let us worship Christ, chief shepher…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 651 Psalter: Wednesday, Week IV, 1187 Proper of Seasons: 271 Proper of Saints: 1431 Common of Pastors: 1737 Office of Readings for Wednesday in Ordinary Time, for the Memorial of Saint Philip Neri, Priest God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 654 Psalter: Wednesday, Week IV, 1191 Proper of Saints: 1433 Common of Pastors: 1734 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 689 Psalter: Wednesday, Week IV, 958 Proper of Seasons: 547 Proper of Saints: 1153 Common of Pastors: 1426 Morning Prayer for Wednesday in Ordinary Time, for the Memorial of Sain…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 668 Psalter: Wednesday, Week IV, 1202 Proper of Saints: 1433 Common of Pastors: 1734 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Psalter: Wednesday, Week IV, 963 Proper of Saints: 1153 Common of Pastors: 1436 Evening Prayer for Wednesday in Ordinary Time, for the Memorial of Saint Philip Neri, Priest G…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours: Vol I, Page 1180 Vol II, Page 1638 Vol III, Page 1280 Vol IV, Page 1244 Christian Prayer: Page 1047 General instruction: Please pray with us actively, especially by joining with us in saying antiphons and responses, most of which are indicated in this highlight. Consider an examination of your own conscience …
 
Lord, open my lips. — And my mouth will proclaim your praise. Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, our mighty God. Psalm 100 Cry out with joy to the Lord, all the earth. Serve the Lord with gladness. Come before him, singing for joy. Ant. Come, let us worship the Lord, our mighty God. Know that he, the Lord, is God. He made us, we belong to him, we …
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 651 Proper of Seasons: 266 Psalter: Tuesday, Week IV, 1165 Office of Readings for Tuesday in Ordinary Time God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: — as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours: Vol I, Page 1178 Vol II, Page 1635 Vol III, Page 1278 Vol IV, Page 1242 Christian Prayer: Page 1044 Night Prayer for Tuesday God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: — as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen.…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 651 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 1143 Proper of Seasons: 263 Common of BVM: 1614 Concluding prayer, see UCCCB.org/motherofthechurch Christian Prayer (single volume): Does not contain Office of Readings Office of Readings for Monday in Ordinary Time, the Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mot…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 654 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 1147 Common of BVM: 1626 Concluding prayer, see UCCCB.org/motherofthechurch Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 689 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 937 Common of BVM: 1372 Morning Prayer for Monday in Ordinary Time, the Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Chur…
 
Questions Covered:06:50 – How does an all good and loving God allow Animal suffering? 15:55 – I’m not atheist, but have often heard it argued by atheists that Christians can’t use historical evidence to prove something supernatural? 23:05 – I’m an atheist and I wanted to talk about atheist moral values versus catholic moral values. 41:21 – Why are …
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 659 Complementary Psalter: 1295 (Series III, Midafternoon) Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 1158 (Midafternoon) Midafternoon Prayer for Monday in Ordinary Time using Complementary Psalmody God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Ho…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Ordinary: 668 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 1159 Common of BVM: 1634 Concluding prayer, see UCCCB.org/motherofthechurch Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 Psalter: Monday, Week IV, 942 Common of BVM: 1378 Evening Prayer for Monday in Ordinary Time, the Memorial of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Chur…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours: Vol I, 1175 Vol II, 1632 Vol III, 1275 Vol IV, 1239 Christian Prayer: 1041 General instruction: Please pray with us actively, especially by joining with us in saying antiphons and responses, most of which are indicated in this highlight. Consider an examination of your own conscience before beginning to best …
 
Lord, open my lips. — And my mouth will proclaim your praise. Ant. Alleluia, the Spirit of the Lord has filled the whole world; come let us worship him, alleluia. Psalm 24 The Lord’s is the earth and its fullness, the world and all its peoples. It is he who set it on the seas; on the waters he made it firm. Ant. Alleluia, the Spirit of the Lord has…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1045 All from Proper of Seasons: 1017 Office of Readings for the Solemnity of Pentecost God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: — as it was in the beginning, is now, and will be for ever. Amen. Alleluia. HYMN On …
 
Questions Covered:18:30 – Why do Catholics continue to use and promote Facebook (and other social media platforms) when it has negative motivations and repercussions? 24:20 – Does the Vatican have a prison? Is there an established legal system? 29:31 – The pope’s statements often get mistaken, confused and stated infallibly. How can we approach the…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1049 Proper of Seasons: 1027 Psalms and canticle from Sunday, Week I, 1086 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 689 Proper of Seasons: 603 Psalms and canticle from Sunday, Week I, 706 Morning Prayer for the Solemnity of Pentecost God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1054 Complementary Psalmody: 1651 (Midmorning) Proper of Seasons: 1033 (antiphon, reading) Midmorning Prayer for the Solemnity of Pentecost, using the Complementary Psalmody God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1054 (Midday) All from Proper of Seasons: 1031 (Midday) Midday Prayer for the Solemnity of Pentecost, using the Current Psalmody God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: — as it was in the beginning, is now, and w…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1054 Complementary Psalmody: 1655 (Midafternoon) Proper of Seasons: 1034 (antiphon, reading) Midafternoon Prayer for the Solemnity of Pentecost, using Complementary Psalmody God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Ordinary: 1064 All from Proper of Seasons: 1035 Christian Prayer: Ordinary: 694 All from Proper of Seasons: 605 Evening Prayer II for the Solemnity of Pentecost God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: — as it was in the be…
 
Ribbon Placement: Liturgy of the Hours Vol. II: Page 1628 Liturgy of the Hours Vol. III: Page 1272 Christian Prayer: Page 1037 Night Prayer after Evening Prayer II in the Season of Easter God, come to my assistance. — Lord, make haste to help me. Glory to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit: — as it was in the beginning, is now, and …
 
Invitatory from Ascension to Pentecost Lord, open my lips. — And my mouth will proclaim your praise. Ant. Come, let us adore Christ the Lord who promised to send the Holy Spirit on his people, alleluia. Psalm 100 Cry out with joy to the Lord, all the earth. Serve the Lord with gladness. Come before him, singing for joy. Ant. Come, let us adore Chri…
 
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