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On today's episode, Andrew shares about where he's currently at with his prayer life. He's married now, and that vocation for him and Cherry has come with different commitments. Over the last few months, he's been working to adjust to this slightly different lifestyle while still keeping up his prayer habits and relationship with Christ. Together w…
 
Today, Andrew and Jason tackle the topic of infertility. It's not something we often think of; we grow up planning to get married, to start a family, and to have children,but sometimes, for whatever reason, that last part doesn't happen. It's a difficult cross to bear, and their hearts go out to anyone who does have to bear it. They talk about diff…
 
Andrew and Jason are back with another episode on the Eucharist! They talk about how Jesus is present in the Eucharist, and how the bread and wine is truly His body and blood. They go through something called Lewis's Trilemma as well as some instances of Eucharistic miracles. Then they go into the discussion of receiving the Eucharist on our tongue…
 
About a month ago, news came out that there had been sexual assaults and gender-based violence at Western University, the alma mater of Jason and Andrew. It was terrible to hear about and difficult to digest, and in this episode, Andrew and Jason try to get to the heart of the issue--the responsibility of being made man, and the gifts that God has …
 
It's been a growing trend over the last couple years that we've been seeing pronouns being put up next to people's names--at work, at school, wherever. As discussion around gender becomes more and more prevalent within society, we as Catholics need to learn how to approach those conversations. And it's okay if you don't know. It's okay to wonder ho…
 
Virtue signalling and humblebragging: the grey area between pride and humility. When we spell it out like that, it might seem black and white. But in our journey towards practicing the virtue of humility, it can be the littlest thing that's said or done the wrong way that could maybe misconstrue our initial intent of being humble, and leave us in a…
 
It's the first time Andrew and Jason have done an episode in person in a while, so they're celebrating with a bit more of a fun one this time! THey draft their own teams of saints--saints they relate to, saints they rely on, or just saints that they like. They share what they know about the stories of these saints, as well as what sainthood is abou…
 
Andrew and Cherry are officially married now, but the podcast doesn't stop! On today's episode, Andrew and Jason spend some time answering the question of what one should do if they're new to the Catholic faith. What should I do? What should my approach be? What resources can I look at? They answer all these questions and more; hope you have a good…
 
One more week. In just a few more days, Andrew and Cherry will be saying "yes" in front of God to spending the rest of their lives together. Is Andrew ready? They invited Gabby Song and Cheryl Chan, two longtime friends of theirs going back to their days at university together, to find out. They ask Andrew to share about his relationship with Cherr…
 
Sometimes when we go to Mass, we might come away underwhelmed by the homily. Or maybe we'll go to Confession and the counselling that we receive isn't exactly the greatest. What should we do when this happens? Is it wrong for us to feel this way? Sometimes, our faith becomes a little too priest-centric, and today, Andrew and Jason talk about what t…
 
215. That's the number of Indigenous children whose remains were found on May 29, 2021. They were found buried on the site of what used to be Kamloops Indian Residential School. Andrew and Jason take today's episode to lay out what happened, what the residential school system was and its traumatic effects on the Indigenous peoples, and how the Cath…
 
Andrew and Jason have gotten to the age where they're starting to think about the next stage of their lives--specifically, married life, family life, and bringing up children. In some ways, it's a funny conversation to have because neither of them are even married (yet), but it's also an important conversation. How can we do our best to be examples…
 
When priests get assigned to a new parish, go on study or personal leave, or retire, it can be jarring, for the parishioners and for the priest. On this episode, Andrew and Jason talk about what it must be like when priests have to leave their parish, and why it's important for us as laypeople to be able to let go. They touch on the virtue of obedi…
 
On Holy Saturday, Andrew was praying with an ancient homily, and he had a revelation of sorts. Andrew and Jason dive into one particular quote within the homily, which was said by Jesus as he brought Adam out of hell. The quote: "Rise, let us leave this place. The enemy led you out of the earthly Paradise. I will not restore you to that Paradise, b…
 
"The Source and the Summit". You've probably heard these words before to describe the core of our Catholic faith, but what does it actually mean? Today, Andrew shares about his revelation on how the Eucharist can be mapped as a parallel to the journey that is our interior life. Andrew and Jason dive into what it truly means to receive Jesus's Body …
 
Audrey Assad said a thing a few weeks ago, so Andrew and I start off talking about that. Then we talk about practicing the interior life, and how this is imperative for us to be able to truly be in relationship with God. Without it, the things we do as Catholics can be seen as meaningless. So we try to unpack what the interior life means, using our…
 
In today's episode, Andrew and Jason bring on their first ever guest, Fr. Raphael Ma CR. They tackle a heavier topic with him as they dive into questions about grief and suffering: Why does God allow suffering into this world? What is the teaching of redemptive suffering? How do we approach grief with someone who is or isn't Catholic?Before unpacki…
 
Today, Andrew and Jason just spend an episode catching up with each other on Lent. They talk about how they prepared for Lent (if they prepared at all), and their thought process behind what they're giving up. Lent isn't just about fasting, though, so they also talk about prayer and almsgiving. Finally, Andrew reflects on how he's taken his faith a…
 
It's Part 2 of the Road from Emmaus "Why Catholicism?" two-episode mini-series! Last episode, Andrew and Jason tried to answer the questions of "Why do we even believe in religion at all?" And, "Of all the religions in the world, why Christianity?" This time around, they go one level deeper and talk about why they chose Catholicism. They start by s…
 
On today's episode, Andrew and Jason dig into the foundations and fundamentals of their faith life. Why are they Catholic? Before they can answer that question though, it's necessary to take a look at a couple of other questions: Why believe in religion at all? And of all the religions in the world, why Christianity? The first part of a two-episode…
 
It's been a whirlwind of a year, and looking back at 2020 is no simple task. Our day-to-day lives ground to a halt with the COVID pandemic, but that doesn't mean nothing happened during the year. Andrew and Jason take this last episode of 2020 to look back and do an examen of sorts on the year. What were some highlights from 2020? What did they lea…
 
A big part of being a Christian is understanding that a lot of our faith is relationship-based. God seeks to be in relationship with us, to know us, to be with us. It's a wonderful blessing to be able to recognize that Jesus is our friend. Sometimes, though, we fall into the trap of only thinking of Jesus as a buddy. We forget that He is also a Kin…
 
Andrew and Jason talk about something called the primacy of grace. It's a fancy-sounding term that really just refers to how God, as our loving Father and Creator, seeks us. He yearns to be in relationship with us, and He has already done everything to make that happen. On our end, sometimes we think too much about what we need to do, or where we n…
 
In the last couple weeks, Pope Francis made a few headlines as he talked about civil unions. A lot was said about whether or not the Church had changed her position on same-sex marriage as Catholics and non-Catholics had all kinds of reactions. What exactly did Pope Francis mean when he talked about "civil unions" and a "right to a family" for our …
 
Andrew and Jason share about the last few weeks and how they've been hit by a bit of spiritual dryness. They talk about what consolation and desolation is, and touch on how to navigate them using the rules of discernment. Jason also talks about... becoming a teacher?Homily referenced by Andrew: http://thejustmeasure.ca/2020/07/12/three-ways-to-rece…
 
Sometimes it's easy to fall into the trap of becoming too attached to the things of this world. That might be material possessions like a TV, or it could be your professional career. It could even be the relationships that you have with your loved ones. On this episode, Andrew and Jason talk about how being called to a relationship with Christ mean…
 
Andrew and Jason spend this episode talking about this year's GT, an annual Labour Day Weekend retreat that has been going on since 1977. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the retreat was held online for the first time in its 43-year history. Andrew and Jason share about their weekend experience, and about the lessons learned over their year…
 
On this episode, Andrew and Jason talk about the importance of the Sacrament of Marriage within the Catholic Church, and tackle a couple common questions about the Church's teachings on what marriage is about. Then they zoom out a bit and talk about discipleship, and how that often means giving up the things that we want to do for ourselves. Also, …
 
Andrew and Jason break some exciting news to kick off their first episode! They talk about vocations, discernment, and how they've tried to pursue the calling that God has set out for each of them. Andrew and Jason break some exciting news to kick off their first episode! They talk about vocations, discernment, and how they've tried to pursue the c…
 
Andrew Chau and Jason Lo introduce their podcast, Road from Emmaus. They talk about why they've decided to start a podcast about their Catholic faith journeys, what the podcast will sound like, and the structure it will follow--the tripod method. Please keep them in your prayers, and they hope you'll come along for the ride! Andrew Chau and Jason L…
 
Lay Catholics don’t get to see their bishop very often but I remember when I was growing up, I had always admired my bishop like a familiar father figure but simultaneously felt like he was high above my level. This episode is the fifth of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song relating to their vocational discernment and to ans…
 
Lay Catholics don’t get to see their bishop very often but I remember when I was growing up, I had always admired my bishop like a familiar father figure but simultaneously felt like he was high above my level. This episode is the fifth of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song relating to their vocational discernment and to ans…
 
You might think that God calls men to become His priests in the same way. But no two vocational stories are ever exactly the same. Were they devout as children? Did they always want to become a priest? Did they ever desire another vocation? Did their peers and family support or dissuade them? You generally don’t get to ask your parish priest these …
 
You might think that God calls men to become His priests in the same way. But no two vocational stories are ever exactly the same. Were they devout as children? Did they always want to become a priest? Did they ever desire another vocation? Did their peers and family support or dissuade them? You generally don’t get to ask your parish priest these …
 
Nowadays, the average Catholic doesn’t get to see many nuns. While they used to run schools and hospitals, these are now secular institutions and we might only catch a glimpse of them assigned to different parishes or at retreats. What is the life of a religious sister like? Do they pray all day in their convents? This episode is the third of my vo…
 
Nowadays, the average Catholic doesn’t get to see many nuns. While they used to run schools and hospitals, these are now secular institutions and we might only catch a glimpse of them assigned to different parishes or at retreats. What is the life of a religious sister like? Do they pray all day in their convents? This episode is the third of my vo…
 
Deacons have always been a mystery to me – they are married and sometimes have secular jobs outside of their work in the parish but they also help out with a lot of church duties, and even give homilies. Are they closer to lay people or consecrated religious? This episode is the second of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song r…
 
Deacons have always been a mystery to me – they are married and sometimes have secular jobs outside of their work in the parish but they also help out with a lot of church duties, and even give homilies. Are they closer to lay people or consecrated religious? This episode is the second of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song r…
 
Husband, Wife, Monk, Friar, Sister, Father, and … Consecrated Virgin? If you’re like me, you have never heard of Consecrated Virginity before as a vocation in the Catholic Church. But this vocation’s history stretches back to the early days of the Church and is being revived in recent years. This episode is the first of my vocational series, where …
 
Husband, Wife, Monk, Friar, Sister, Father, and … Consecrated Virgin? If you’re like me, you have never heard of Consecrated Virginity before as a vocation in the Catholic Church. But this vocation’s history stretches back to the early days of the Church and is being revived in recent years. This episode is the first of my vocational series, where …
 
We’re back to Ordinary Time again and it’s time for a new season! Among the new changes, Lyndon will be the sole host going forward and has found a job. There will also be more interviews and reflections from reading material and prayer. Episodes will be more varied and sporadic this time, so check for updates from time to time. If you have any fri…
 
We’re back to Ordinary Time again and it’s time for a new season! Among the new changes, Lyndon will be the sole host going forward and has found a job. There will also be more interviews and reflections from reading material and prayer. Episodes will be more varied and sporadic this time, so check for updates from time to time. If you have any fri…
 
As Grace has arrived at Panama City without much expectation, what did she encounter in the World Youth Day week? What is her most memorable moment? As Grace has arrived at Panama City without much expectation, what did she encounter in the World Youth Day week? What is her most memorable moment?By FLL radio team
 
Nobody gets left behind or forgotten. We can’t pick our families and neither can our families pick us, but we learn our most important life lessons within the context of our families: the way we approach work, the way we find meaning in our experiences, the way we look for love, even the way we see God. This episode, Lyndon shares some personal sto…
 
Nobody gets left behind or forgotten. We can’t pick our families and neither can our families pick us, but we learn our most important life lessons within the context of our families: the way we approach work, the way we find meaning in our experiences, the way we look for love, even the way we see God. This episode, Lyndon shares some personal sto…
 
How a university student finds her way "home" to where she truly belongs. A homecoming journey that transform her life. Join us for our conversation with Chammi at L&L Coffee House. How a university student finds her way "home" to where she truly belongs. A homecoming journey that transform her life. Join us for our conversation with Chammi at L&L …
 
It’s Eastertide (or Easter Season, Easter Time, whatever you prefer) already, and now we are entering the 50-day waiting period for the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. If you’re like me, Pentecost is just the time when the Holy Spirit lands on the Apostles as FIRE! Pretty cool, but what significance does it have to you and me when we don’t…
 
It’s Eastertide (or Easter Season, Easter Time, whatever you prefer) already, and now we are entering the 50-day waiting period for the descent of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost. If you’re like me, Pentecost is just the time when the Holy Spirit lands on the Apostles as FIRE! Pretty cool, but what significance does it have to you and me when we don’t…
 
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