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The Here Podcast reimagines contemplative ways of approaching the Divine, incorporating practices such as Lectio Divina, Ignatian Contemplation, and various types of meditations so that listeners might reimagine the Divine in the here and now.
 
The Gospel Simplicity Podcast is centered around the conviction that the gospel is really good news. Here you will find conversations with Christians from various traditions as we seek to unpack the beautiful simplicity and transformative power of the gospel. Gospel Simplicity is known for ecumenical dialogue that is charitable and open to learning from people with whom you might disagree. We believe that God desires for his Church to be one, united in love for God and neighbor, and on missi ...
 
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This video is sponsored by Faithful Counseling. For 10% off your first month, use the link, http://www.faithfulcounseling.com/gos...​. In this video, we continue our series on prayer by diving into a classic Catholic prayer: the Ignatian Prayer of Examen. It's one thing to investigate Christian traditions on a theological level, but I think it's eq…
 
This video is sponsored by Faithful Counseling. For 10% off your first month, use the link, http://www.faithfulcounseling.com/gos...​ For many of us, the Lord's Prayer was the first prayer we ever learned. Some people have been praying it every day since they were young. However, sometimes familiarity can lead to boredom. Maybe for you the Lord's P…
 
Episode 4- Communion with Christ – Practical Prayer – Deacon Keating continues his reflections on the last things said by Jesus on the Cross and Mary as a teacher of prayer. The Blessed Virgin Mary is the wellspring of interiority because she held all the mysteries in her heart. Deacon Keating discusses God’s longing for us and allowing God to pray…
 
Some Christians seem to have joy, others not so much. Is the Gospel message of Christianity intended to produce joy in the believer? Find out what Father Leo Patalinghug of Plating Grace ministries gives his perspective on this perplexing proposition! See more of Father Leo's work at: https://platinggrace.com/ Join the Plating Grace Academy at: htt…
 
Faith and reason: are they opposites, or two wings on the same bird? We discuss chapters one, two, and three of Robert McTeigue’s Real Philosophy for Real People. This discussion is part of the FORMED Book Club—an online community led by Fr. Joseph Fessio, Joseph Pearce, and Vivian Dudro that reads and discusses a different book each month. You can…
 
Dr. Matthew Bunson discusses the life, times and teachings of St. Catherine of Siena Born: March 17, 1347, Siena, Italy Nationality: Italian From Vatican.va, an excerpt from the teachings of Pope Benedict XVI From the General Audience on St. Catherine of Siena A true and authentic spiritual family was built up around such a strong and genuine perso…
 
This video is sponsored by Faithful Counseling. For 10% off your first month, use the link, http://www.faithfulcounseling.com/gos...​ When you hear the word demons, you most likely think of red, supernatural figures with horns and pitch forks, or at least, if you do, you're not alone. Here's the thing: nowhere does the Bible describe demons like th…
 
A fun fact about the Society of Jesus is that there are more than 30 craters on the moon named for Jesuits, which is a great reminder that faith and science are not the adversaries so many people make them out to be. Since the beginning of the Society of Jesus almost 500 years ago, Jesuits have looked to the heavens to learn more about the wonders …
 
Day 9 “My Nature is Fire”: In your nature, eternal Godhead, I shall come to know my nature. And what is my nature, boundless love? It is fire, because you are nothing but a fire of love. And you have given humankind a share in this nature, for by the fire of love you created us. And so with all other people and every created thing; you made them ou…
 
Day 8 To Queen Giovanna of Naples (written in trance): We have three chief foes. First, the devil, who is weak if I do not make him strong by consenting to his malice. He loses his strength in the power of the Blood of the humble and spotless Lamb. The world with all its honors and delights, which is our foe, is also weak, save in so far as we stre…
 
What does it mean for God to be simple, and could someone please explain it to me in a simple way? These are questions that have been on my mind, and if you watch my videos, they might be things you're interested in as well. In this video, I talk with Fr. Gregory Pine, a Dominican priest and Ph. D. candidate as well as a frequent guest of both Pint…
 
Episode 3- Communion with Christ – Practical Prayer – Jesus is the primary teacher of prayer. How can we pray “always”? How do we become “prayer”? Jesus was conscious that all things flow from the Father. He teaches us how to pray to the Father. Deacon Keating speaks of praying in the name of Jesus and “receiving” God in our hearts. Deacon James Ke…
 
Day 7 To the King of France: Oh, how the man should be ashamed who follows the teaching of the devil and his own lower nature, caring more to gain and keep the riches of this world, which are all vain, and pass like the wind, than for his soul and his neighbor For while abiding in hate with his neighbor, he has hate by his side, since hate deprives…
 
Msgr. Esseff reflects on the readings from the 4th Sunday of Easter, and in particular, Our Lord’s teachings on the role of the Good Shepherd. At the end of this episode, Msgr. Esseff offers a prayer with St. Padre Pio for healing. Prayer for Healing Beloved Padre Pio, Today I come to add my prayer to the thousands of prayers offered to thee every …
 
Day 6 To Brother Raimondo of Capua at Avignon: I do not want you to fall into weariness or confusion through any vexations that you might feel in your mind; but I want you to keep that good and holy and true faithful will which I know that God in His mercy has given you … Yes, I want that out of the shadows should issue knowledge of yourself, free …
 
Day 5 To Monna Agnese wife of Francesco, a tailor of Florence I desire to see thee clothed in true and perfect humility–for that is a little virtue which makes us great in the sight of God. This is the virtue which constrained and inclined God to make His most sweet Son incarnate in the Womb of Mary. It is as exalted as the proud are humbled; it sh…
 
Day 4To Nanna, daughter of Benincasa, a little maid, her niece, in Florence: Now, then, we must have light--otherwise it would not be enough. This light has to be the light of most holy faith. But the saints say that faith without works is dead, so our faith might be neither living nor holy, but dead. Therefore we need to exert ourselves virtuously…
 
Dr. Matthew Bunson discusses the life, times and teachings of St. Catherine of Siena Born: March 17, 1347, Siena, Italy Died: April 29, 1380, Rome Nationality: Italian For more on St. Catherine of Siena and her teachings visit her Discerning Hearts page From Vatican.va, an excerpt from the teachings of Pope Benedict XVI From the General Audience ..…
 
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