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Welcome to ComicLab: The podcast about making comics, and making a living from comics! If you loved Webcomics Weekly, you're gonna love this show: It's half shop-talk, half how-to, and half friendship. WE SQUEEZED IN THREE HALVES. It's tips and tricks and all the joys of cartooning as a pro. So pull up your drawing chair, put on some headphones, and join us while you draw! And if you like what you hear, kick in a dollar to help make more 'n better shows — patreon.com/comiclab
 
Hosted by Jeffrey Young, founder of The Camden Clean Air Initiative and CEO of Allegra Group, each episode features an insightful conversation with interesting persons living, working, or playing within the Borough of Camden, and most of all those committed to making a positive difference and improving the quality of life in our community, Camden.
 
Hollywood has been brought to its metaphorical knees by the pandemic. Production has stopped. Easy funding has dried up. Audiences are holed up and anxious. International alliances (China) may be broken. And no one knows when any of it will change. Hollywood, The Sequel is a limited-run podcast series in which leading journalist John Horn asks some of the most important and influential people in film, television and entertainment at large (established stars and emerging taleånt) about how th ...
 
In Dead Pilots Society, scripts that were developed by studios and networks but were never produced are given the table reads they deserve. Starring actors you know and love from television and film, a live audience, and a good time in which no one gets notes, no one is fired, and everyone laughs. Presented by Andrew Reich (Friends; Worst Week) Ben Blacker (The Writers Panel podcast; co-creator, Thrilling Adventure Hour), and Noah Findling (The New York Times, Comedy Central).
 
Good information about the Catholic faith is more readily available today than ever before. Yet, there is still widespread confusion about Catholic belief and practice. Officially, it is the job of the Catholic bishops to clear up such confusion. But in the current reality, lay Catholics need to take it upon themselves to know, share, and defend their faith. Every week Catholic author and speaker Matthew Arnold gives clear and simple witness to the Catholic Faith without obscuring, complicat ...
 
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Clare de Villanueva speaks with Tim Kellett and Lawrie Sampson about what might be emerging from the Environmental Land Management Scheme (ELMS) proposals as it affects established trees. What can be done to recognise, manage and protect ancient and veteran trees outside ELMS? What are the management barriers to farmers and land managers in followi…
 
Jimmy takes weird and wacky questions, answering from a Catholic perspective.Questions Covered:03:20 – How would someone participate in the Resurrection at the Second Coming if they were to have fallen into a black hole or gone near enough to one that time stopped for them, relative to everyone else? It has been my impression that the Resurrection …
 
Fr. Tad helps callers to navigate the ethics of medicine and the dignity of life.Questions Covered:14:15 – I disagree that people don’t have the right to take their own life. You can’t know what a person is suffering. I think every person is entitled to their own reality. 28:35 – What is the Catholic stance on ending ectopic pregnancies? 31:33 – Wh…
 
Questions Covered:04:47 – How do Catholics answer Protestants about each of the five solas? 13:40 – Why do Catholics rest from work on the first day of the week rather than the seventh day, like the Jews do? 18:45 – Was there any difference in demonic activity or possessions before Christ’s resurrection and after, since death was defeated? 30:32 – …
 
Questions Covered:02:40 – Is one plenary indulgence on behalf of the dead enough for them to be released from purgatory into heaven? 06:15 – In Mystici Corporis Christi number 86, it says, “They make the Divine Redeemer and the members of the Church coalesce in one physical person.” What does that mean? Why is it an error to think of Christ and tho…
 
This week’s episode is a special tribute to Jamie Tarses. An irreplaceable force in the television business, Jamie was the producer of shows such as Happy Endings, My Boys, Franklin and Bash, The Wilds, Men at Work, and the upcoming Mysterious Benedict Society. She was a tireless and fearless supporter of writers, and Andrew interviewed 16 writers …
 
Today's episode is sponsored by Bonjoro — an amazing app that enables you to quickly send personalized welcome and thank you videos to your readers, clients, patrons, or backers. As Twitter launches a subscriber service, we discuss how every platform is introducing subscriptions. Also, after a decade of social-media dominance of the Internet, what …
 
How can Catholics be so sure that the papacy is ordained and willed by God?Questions Covered:14:05 – I am orthodox. I don’t understand how Catholics go from the early Church to the papacy. How do Catholics justify it? 21:50 – Did the early Christian community consistently recognize the Bishop of Rome as the leader of the Church? 29:12 – I was in th…
 
How can we learn from the saintly women of the Church how to be truly virtuous and holy?Questions Covered: 23:45 – I experience a lot of scrupulosity and have a lot of anxiety about sinning and often think I have sinned when I have not. What is your advice for me? 49:45 – When did St. Bakhita live? What is the book called again? 52:56 – How does on…
 
Questions Covered02:15 – How does the substance of the bread change from before consecration to after? 16:56 – Has the Church’s stance on abortion changed over the years? 24:15 – How could angels commit sins that we commit with our bodies, particularly sloth? 34:34 – How do I answer a Protestant who says the Eucharist isn’t Jesus’ body because he s…
 
Questions Covered:12:52 – Did Christ die in place for us or not? How does this compare to substitutionary atonement? 22:10 – Could an excessive fear of being in mortal sin cause us to unnecessarily distance ourselves from the Eucharist and other holy things? 30:00 – How do we know that Paul didn’t invent Christianity? 34:45 – How do we know that th…
 
Today's episode is sponsored by Bonjoro — an amazing app that enables you to quickly send personalized welcome and thank you videos to your readers, clients, patrons, or backers. This week, Dave and Brad talk about a hot topic in art — NFTs. We'll discuss what it is and whether it's the future of valuing digital art. Questions asked and topics cove…
 
What is the biblical evidence for the Eucharist and the Catholic priesthood?Questions Covered:02:38 – My friends who are Messianic Jews and they say that the Last Supper was just a Passover meal, and he was speaking metaphorically. How can I respond to this? 13:13 – When Pontius Pilate washed his hands of Christ, was he condemning Christ? 44:55 – I…
 
What is the biblical evidence for the Eucharist and the Catholic priesthood?Questions Covered:14:54 – Using tradition and scripture, how does the Church prove that the Eucharist only forgives venial sins? 19:31 – If Jesus Christ was without sin, why was he baptized? 24:15 – My dad is not Catholic, but he believes in the True Presence of the Euchari…
 
This episode begins with a reflection on what has been happening in this country in the wake of the murders in Atlanta and the sharp increase in hate crimes against Asian people. When Keegan Fong was in high school, his family frequently hosted his friends for dinner. It wasn’t until he left home that he realized how special his mom’s cooking was. …
 
Questions Covered:02:46 – Is it true that there is no salvation outside of the Catholic Church? Can a person attend other churches and be saved? 06:16 – I am about to be confirmed on Easter. What is your advice for someone about to receive the Eucharist for the first time? 09:35 – I go to a chiropractor and sometimes he uses a chi-simulator device …
 
Questions Covered:04:27 – Is it true that the Catholic Church tried to execute Martin Luther? If so, why? 13:04 – What is the Church’s perspective on a Catholic serving in the military, particularly if they are sent into a war that the Church considers unjust? 17:00 – Is it okay to sin for a good reason? 22:25 – How do I respond to Protestants who …
 
Christ established the priesthood and there’s biblical evidence for it.Questions Covered:19:09 – Could you elaborate on how the modern Jews might interpret your words about the priesthood? What is the best way to reach them? 29:40 – Can you talk about “temple theology”? Is this something Catholics should be looking into? 34:23 – Didn’t Jesus expect…
 
There is no greater love than Christ’s love for the world when he laid down his life on the Cross. Next, with Dr. Edward Sri.Questions Covered:14:19 – In the Passion yesterday, someone else was detained at the same time as Jesus, wearing a linen cloth, who ran away. Who was that person? 19:24 – Did Jesus have free will like us, but his will was alw…
 
How do the eastern Catholic rites celebrate Lent and Pascha?Questions Covered:37:22 – What is the difference between the Hail Mary in the eastern rites and the western rites? 40:09 – Why are the liturgical readings different between East and West? 47:40 – Are Byzantine Catholics required to believe in the Filioque? 50:38 – When did the orthodox spl…
 
How do we live out real religion without turning into some kind of a self-help program or misusing it? Fr. Kirby talks with Cy about his latest book from Catholic Answers Press, Real Religion.Questions Covered:21:53 – If we are saved by faith, then why does it matter how we live our lives or if we do good works? 30:14 – Can we bless the Lord, since…
 
Listeners call in with their questions about the Catholic faith.Questions Covered:04:40 – For people who have given up something during Lent, can that food be eaten on feast days and Sundays during Lent? 08:08 – Is St. Paul reprimanding St. Peter in Galatians 2 when he criticizes a man named Cephas? 14:03 – Should you stay in a youth group communit…
 
Listeners call in with their questions about the Catholic faith.Questions Covered:05:36 – The Council of Florence stated that one could go to hell for original sin alone. How can this be? 10:22 – In different translations of John 14:17, the Holy Spirit is referred to as “it” or “him”. Which one is correct? 14:53 – What is a convincing argument to t…
 
After months of tracking Tessa Coates’ pilot Primates, we were so happy to finally get it on the pod last week. If you haven’t listen to it yet, get on it! Andrew caught up with Tessa in this week’s episode to discuss the rollercoaster ride her pilot went on in the development process. She talked about her experience of learning how to write a pilo…
 
Today's episode is sponsored by Bonjoro — an amazing app that enables you to quickly send personalized welcome and thank you videos to your readers, clients, patrons, or backers. This week, Dave and Brad talk about how bad their early comics were. Plus — the comics your readers love best can sometimes be the ones you put the least work into. Questi…
 
Questions Covered:09:04 – In Australia, they have created an embryo from human cells. What are the ethical implications of this? 16:18 – Do you know the percentage of OBGYNs who are pro-abortion? How can you find a pro-life doctor? 22:00 – Who should we contact, as laity, to push for pro-life in the Church and get more priests to speak out about ab…
 
How can we truly follow God’s command to “love our neighbors as we love ourselves”?Questions Covered:18:00 – Is it wrong to thank God for good things that I know others must go without? 19:55 – People have told me it’s wrong to tell a child or another person, “I am so proud of you.” If it’s wrong to say that, what is the phrasing that should be use…
 
Questions Covered:01:43 – Can superheroes, like Batman, be devout Catholics and still beat up bad guys? 06:10 – Are Protestant baptisms valid? 10:58 – In James 2, Protestants say we are not justified by faith and works, that the works portion is justification before man, not God. How can I respond to this? 17:51 – Since Mary underwent the ritual pu…
 
Questions Covered:03:39 – What is a rational argument for intrinsic human value? 7:53 – What is the Catholic Church’s stance on modern prophets? Do they exist and how do we discern if they’re legitimate? 15:15 – What are your thoughts on Raymond Brown, the Scripture scholar? Is he good for a Catholic to read? 21:53 – In Mark 6:47-56, Jesus says tha…
 
How can we keep our kids Catholic?Questions Covered:17:20 – My 28-year-old son was a devout Catholic but has fallen away from the Church after being surrounded by the scientific community who think that faith is simple and unnecessary. How can I help him? 43:28 – How can I help my kid who doesn’t know if she believes in God anymore? She is only 9. …
 
Why was art so powerful and beautiful in the Renaissance? What is the state of art today?Questions Covered:18:33 – I’d love to furnish my home with beautiful Catholic art. Where can I start? 21:20 – Talking to kids about art and exploring art has led me to God’s truth and beauty. 30:42 – Is art only appropriate if it is traditional? 37:27 – How is …
 
On this edition: Erik Tomas talks to Niagara's Stewart Friesen on his NASCAR Cup debut at Bristol and his wife Jess also entering the Truck race on the clay. ET reconnects with Red Deer Alberta's Parker Thompson his new Porsche-backed sports car assignment for Jeremy Dale and JDX Racing in the brand new North America Cup Series, plus scans a few mo…
 
Questions Covered:09:08 – What’s the best prayer or devotion to St. Joseph that I can pray for my fallen-away children?16:05 – I heard an argument that St. Joseph had to be young because the society wouldn’t have allowed an old man to marry a young girl at that time.33:17 – If the Holy Family had to cross a hostile wilderness to Egypt, wouldn’t St.…
 
Jeffrey Young is joined by Dr. Jack Stilgoe, Associate Professor of Science and Technology at UCL. Jack discusses the technological advancements that are shaping the Borough of Camden and how we make good decisions as a society about these new technologies, ensuring the benefits are spread widely and fairly across our community. Jack is a social sc…
 
Questions Covered:04:13 – I was taught that taking the Lord’s name in vain meant using the Lord’s name for a vain purpose. Is that correct? 07:39 – What would happen if a pope did teach heresy? 15:23 – My cousin claims that the Church is founded on pagan belief and traditions. How can I respond to him? 19:33 – I grew up Protestant and we would end …
 
Questions Covered:05:03 – Does the Catholic Church grant indulgences to men who fought in the Crusades? I heard that on the history channel. 10:33 – If Jesus opened the gates of heaven, did Satan open the gates of hell? 14:27 – What is your best on what would happen with the return of Jesus if people live throughout the solar system someday? 18:44 …
 
Today's episode is sponsored by Bonjoro — an amazing app that enables you to quickly send personalized welcome and thank you videos to your readers, clients, patrons, or backers. This week, Dave and Brad discuss the difference between Mirror Research and Market Research. Questions asked and topics covered... Dave discovers the "meet cute" Mirror Re…
 
This month we bring you a pilot that was consumed in the fires of Quibi's epic flame-out! The pilot is Primates by Tessa Coates. Tessa is a British writer, performer, journalist, and comedian. Primates is based on her debut solo show which sold out its entire run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and ran at the Soho Theatre to even more sell-out aud…
 
What do we know about the Bible? How does the Catholic Church interpret it?Questions Covered:03:18 – What is the significance of Mary speaking in the Bible? 07:38 – It seems like everything the man in Matthew 13:44 does is wrong. How can this be an edifying parable for us? How are we meant to understand it? 17:22 – If Adam and Eve didn’t sin, would…
 
What do we know about the Bible? How does the Catholic Church interpret it?Questions Covered:04:13 – What is block logic and how can it be applied to the Bible? 15:55 – What is your theory on why St. Luke never finished the Acts of the Apostles? 20:56 – Is lying always wrong and is there evidence for that in the Bible? 32:48 – When the Lord says, “…
 
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