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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.
 
Lust is Boring is hosted by Jason Evert, a bestselling author of more than fifteen books, including The Dating Blueprint and How to Find Your Soulmate Without Losing Your Soul. Listen as Jason interviews special guests and delivers straight answers to tough questions submitted by the listeners on dating, singleness, marriage, and sexuality.
 
Stance is an independent award-winning arts, culture and current affairs podcast run by New York based journalist and curator Chrystal Genesis. An episode is released on the 1st of every month. Guests so far include musicians Four Tet, Jamila Woods, Róisín Murphy, Amber Mark, Caribou, Kaytranada, Jessie Ware, Tricky and Nao, authors Yaa Gyasi, Sayaka Murata, Elif Shafak & Valeria Luiselli, lawyer and campaigner Gina Miller, politician Bobi Wine, poets Fatimah Asghar, John Cooper Clarke & Kae ...
 
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What is God asking you to surrender? Dr. Sri explains how Jesus is inviting us to surrender in every moment, big or small, throughout our lives. Using real life examples, Dr. Sri reveals how the small difficulties of daily life are encounter moments where we can meet Jesus. Dr. Sri provides three steps to take when faced with any difficulty. Snippe…
 
In a recent interview on the Howard Stern show, Grammy award-winning singer Billie Eilish explains how porn “destroyed her brain.” In today’s episode, Jason shares her comments, offers commentary about Billie’s shocking remarks, and discusses: o What does porn do to our attractions? o Is porn ok if it’s tastefully done and not violent? o Can porn c…
 
Nasser Hussain, Ian Ward, Michael Atherton and Rob Key dissect England's humbling 4-0 Ashes defeat and look at ways the side can boost their Test cricket moving forward. Do England need split coaches? Does county cricket require a drastic overhaul? Should the Ashes obsession stop?By Sky Sports
 
Marriage prep varies widely from place to place. The marriage catechumenate is changing the way formation works for couples as they prepare to live out their life in Christ together. This responds to a call from Pope Francis, echoing JPII, in reforming sacramental catechesis. Richard Budd from the Diocese of Lansing is here to help explain what tha…
 
Do you respond to God’s Will promptly and wholeheartedly? Dr. Sri focuses on Mary’s powerful words to the servants at the Wedding Feast of Cana and explains how those words are rooted in old testament language around covenant obedience and how they can inspire us to respond boldly to Jesus in discipleship. Snippet from the Show “At the Wedding Feas…
 
Nasser Hussain, Michael Atherton, Ian Ward and Roy Key discuss England's nerve-shredding draw in Sydney, quality innings from Zak Crawley and Jonny Bairstow, who should be the team's wicketkeeper going forward, and how they will balance their injury-hit side for the final Ashes Test in Hobart.By Sky Sports
 
Today, Jason joins listeners on Instagram and Facebook Live to answer their questions on life, love, and everything in between. Questions in today’s episode include: How can I be happily single when I want to be married? What is allowed and not allowed in marriage? Is it wrong to get a vasectomy? What should friendship look like before dating? How …
 
How do we get 2022 off to a good start spiritually? Dr. Sri shares three basic habits that you can incorporate into your routine that will help you get your spiritual life back on track and rekindle your devotion in the new year. Snippet from the Show The beginning of the year is a great time to renew your commitment to daily prayer, to visit the B…
 
Nasser Hussain, Rob Key, Michael Atherton and Ian Ward reflect on England's crushing defeat at the MCG, which ensured they lost the Ashes series inside 12 days. The pundits discuss the reasons why England are struggling to find Test batsmen and whether the loss in Australia will lead to the exit of head coach Chris Silverwood. Plus, should Joe Root…
 
In this special edition of All Things Catholic, the Sri family shares a special Christmas and New Year's message accompanied by some beautiful music! _ _ For full shownotes, visit Ascensionpress.com/Allthingscatholic, or text ALLTHINGSCATHOLIC to 33-777 for weekly shownotes sent to your inbox.By Ascension Catholic Faith Formation
 
Beyond our reproductive capacity, what is the difference between men and women, and what do those differences reveal about our identity and mission? In today’s episode of Lust is Boring, Jason interviews psychologist Andrew Sodergren, M.T.S., Psy.D., as the two discuss: Is there such a thing as the male or female brain? Is gender merely a social co…
 
Where did the first Christmas really take place? Dr. Sri unpacks the story of Christ's birth, offering us biblical insights into the context of his birth and explaining the significance of Christ entering this world as a fragile and vulnerable infant. Snippet from the Show "The cry of the baby Jesus is the cry of the son of God who longs to enter i…
 
After England fell to a 275-run defeat in the second Ashes Test against Australia, Mike Atherton, Nasser Hussain and Rob Key joined Ian Ward to reflect on what went wrong for Joe Root's side. The team's planning and selection come under fire while there is a debate over what England should be considering when picking their XI for the third Test in …
 
Lucia Luzondo of the Person and Identity Project weighs in on aspects impacting Hispanic/Latino family life. Kara joins to talk about Pixar's film Coco (28:00) which definitely did not make us cry multiple times. Topics covered include: ideological colonization, machismo vs. manhood, abuelita shoe combat, loving family across generations, rethinkin…
 
Stance Takes is back with a special show taking you around Montreal’s creative scene. Known for its independent and eclectic music and visual arts, Montreal is a striking and dynamic French speaking multicultural city. In this immersive episode where music and art collide, Stance profiles Haitian Canadian musical artist, programmer and DJ Gayance. …
 
With England looking to fight back in the second Ashes Test - a day-nighter in Adelaide - Mike Atherton, Nasser Hussain and Rob Key join Ian Ward to discuss how they might be able to level the series with the make-up of the bowling attack, a faltering batting line-up and England's slip catching woes all on the agenda.…
 
How do we discern God’s will for our lives? Whether it’s contemplating a big move, asking someone on a date, or accepting a job offer, we all face moments in life when desire to know the will of God for our lives. Dr. Sri takes us through a foundational moment in his life when he had to make an important choice and offers us three key insights on h…
 
Proponents of gender theory often claim that science supports the idea that gender exists as a spectrum, and that human sexuality is not binary. In today’s episode of Lust is Boring, Jason interviews pediatric endocrinologist and physician-scientist Paul Hurz, as the two discuss: · The difference between sex and gender · The myths regarding interse…
 
How much did the Blessed Virgin Mary know about Jesus? Dr. Sri reflects on a popular Christmas song that challenges us to think about whether Mary knew that Jesus was the Savior of the world. Dr. Sri explains how Mary's familiarity with Scripture prepared her to understand that Jesus was the fulfillment of all the prophecies of the old testament. S…
 
Struggles with body image don’t get a lot of attention in our culture, but Dr. John Acquaviva is here to help with that. He walks us through the ways which JPII’s Theology of the Body catecheses and scripture can resolve those struggles so they don’t stand in the way of loving relationships. Then, Kara rejoins (29:48) for the second half of our cov…
 
What does it mean to prepare the way of the Lord? Dr. Sri explains how we can use this Advent season to prepare the way of the Lord by growing in virtue so we can give ourselves as a gift of love to God and to others. Snippet from the Show The Advent season offers us an opportunity to meet Christ in a transformative way so he can fill the valleys i…
 
It can be easy for us to rush into the joy and excitement of Christmas without truly living the Advent season. Dr. Sri offers us three simple and essential ways to prayerfully enter into the season of Advent. Snippet from the Show Advent is the season when we patiently wait for the Lord and prayerfully meditate on the great gift of his birth. _ _ F…
 
The vaunted birds and the bees talk. April Readlinger of CanaVox offers tips to make it easier to have successful conversations with your son or daughter about sex. Later (29:47), Kara joins for part 1 of our chat about C.S. Lewis’s novel The Great Divorce. Topics covered include: the obliviousness of teenage boys, how the love of neighbor relates …
 
Imagine a throne at the very core of your heart, who is sitting on that throne, you or Christ? As we approach the great feast of Christ the King, Dr. Sri invites us to acknowledge the kingship of Christ by kneeling before his throne, surrendering our whole lives to him, and letting him reign in our hearts. Snippet from the Show “Do not be afraid of…
 
All the reaction from Dubai as Australia claim their maiden T20 World Cup title after thumping New Zealand by eight wickets. Winning captain Aaron Finch and beaten skipper Kane Williamson - whose sparkling 85 from 48 balls came in vain for the Black Caps - share their thoughts. Plus, Nasser Hussain has his say on a tournament dominated by the toss …
 
What does it mean to be true to yourself? Dr. Sri unpacks Adele's new hit song, Easy On Me, and explains how this popular song expresses an inverted definition of personal happiness. Although we are all tempted to find happiness within our own feelings, Dr. Sri reminds us that true happiness is found when we live for God and for others. Snippet fro…
 
Ann Koshute and Kimberly Henkel of Springs in the Desert wrap up our discussion on infertility, then we pit Beauty and the Beast against Shrek (21:10) on the occasion of their 30th and 20th anniversaries respectively. Topics covered include: deep-fried Shrek memes, love and appearances, postmodernism, and surprise weddings. Episode Notes…
 
Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton discuss Yorkshire’s handling of the Azeem Rafiq investigation, why the England and Wales Cricket Board has to come down strongly, Gary Ballance admitting using a racial slur towards Rafiq, and whether English cricket is doing enough to promote inclusivity.By Sky Sports
 
In today’s episode of Lust is Boring, Jason is joined by Obianuju Ekeocha, Specialist Biomedical Scientist from Nigeria who unmasks the horrid strategies being used by government agencies, family planning groups, and philanthropic foundations to “help” developing nations with issues of poverty, fertility, and HIV. Discover the truth and then learn …
 
It's easy for a Christian to feel like an outsider in today's secular age. Dr. Sri draws our attention to the early Christian martyrs and reveals how they can inspire us in our walk with the Lord. We learn that the secret of these martyrs wasn't necessarily their extraordinary strength, but rather, it was their passionate love for Christ. Snippet f…
 
We hear from Man of the Match Jos Buttler after his maiden T20 international ton – a 67-ball 101 not out – helped England to victory over Sri Lanka and all but secured a semi-final place at the T20 World Cup. Rob Key, Sam Curran, Michael Atherton and Nasser Hussain also praise Eoin Morgan’s captaincy and England’s fielding, discuss the impact of de…
 
All the reaction from England's thumping eight-wicket win over Australia in the T20 World Cup. Tammy Beaumont, Rob Key, Nasser Hussain and Michael Atherton reflect on a third comprehensive victory in a row for Eoin Morgan's side, while England's Liam Livingstone discusses a 'genius' innings from Jos Buttler, who scored an unbeaten 71 from 32 balls,…
 
As the Catholic Church gets ready to celebrate All Saints Day, Dr. Sri reminds us that this great solemnity is not just about remembering those great canonized saints, it's also about recognizing all those unknown holy men and women who faithfully followed Jesus throughout the ages. Dr. Sri invites to reflect how God may be calling us to be saints …
 
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