Official SSPX English-Language Podcast: Traditional Catholic Interviews, Questions & Answers with our priests, Sermons, and Parish Missions. Produced by Angelus Press for the SSPX US District.
Scripture. Spirit. Sacrament.
An Anglican podcast focusing on the journey toward and life in the ancient faith.
Where Faith and Reason Intersect
Lutheran Answers is a project by Remy Sheppard to help teach and show you the Christian faith and answer some of your question about Christianity!
The Reformanda Initiative Podcast. Listen as we analyze and discuss Roman Catholic theology and practice from an Evangelical perspective. | Twitter: @ReformandaRome | Facebook: @ReformandaInitiative | Online: www.reformandainitiative.org |
Recovering the Reformed Confession
The new definition of public education
We are a Bible believing church in Belgrade Montana. Subscribe to our feeds to listen to our expository Reformed sermons. We also include from time to time brief meditations on different topics.
'Queer I Am, Lord' is an interview-based show hosted by openly gay Catholic Xorje Olivares of HeyXorje.com. Each week, Xorje will speak to fellow queer Christians about their spiritual journeys and ties to the religion, their attitudes towards the Church and its exclusionary policies, and their desires to either reform the institution from within or walk away once and for all. Because Lord knows it's not easy to be an LGBTQ person of faith today. But as Christian tradition teaches us: when t ...
English Catholic History
Interfaith conversations deconstructing traditional religious beliefs. A former Orthodox Jew and a Spanish-raised Catholic join forces to fight spiritual violence. Our nuanced conversations with queer revolutionaries will give you the tools to tear apart binaries and live a meaningful life. Recent guests include Arlan Hamilton, Mary Lambert, Sushant Divgikar, Rev. Troy Perry, Ryan Cassata & Senator Weinberg.
A podcast committed to the spread of the historic Protestant and Reformed faith in the beautiful Appalachian mountains of SW VA, Eastern KY, and beyond; wherever the rooster crows.
Laying the intellectual foundation necessary for building Christian societies free from the violent presuppositions of liberalism.
The newest sermons from Reformation Church on SermonAudio.
Podcast from large group gatherings of Reformed University Fellowship on the UConn campus. Unless otherwise noted, all sermons are from Rev. Lucas Dourado, RUF campus minister at UConn.
Encouragement. Heartening. Perspective.
The Story of the Bible is all about Jesus. These sermons center on and point to the good news of the person and work of Jesus.
Trusted Catholic news from Rome - Sponsored by the Word on Fire Institute. The John Allen Show is a bi-weekly podcast discussing news from the Vatican, as well as national and international Church affairs. New episodes will be posted every other Wednesday. John Allen Jr. is the editor of Crux, the leading Catholic news source, and is the Fellow of Church and Media at the Word on Fire Institute.
The best analysis of the Irish political scene featuring Irish Times journalists, political thinkers and the occasional politician. Hosted by Arts & Culture Editor Hugh Linehan.
Saint Charles Borromeo: A Sketch of the Reforming Cardinal by Louise M. Stacpoole-Kenny (1885 - 1933)
Charles Borromeo was the cardinal archbishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Milan from 1564 to 1584. He was a leading figure during the Counter-Reformation and was responsible for significant reforms in the Catholic Church, including the founding of seminaries for the education of priests. He is honoured as a saint in the Catholic Church and his feast day is November 4. (Summary from Wikipedia)
Faithful exposition of Scripture in the catholic, Reformed, evangelical tradition.
Join Les Lanphere each week to talk theology, apologetics, and evangelism with guests that are out there doing big things for Jesus. It's time to take the Kingdom by storm, it's time for a Gospel Riot!
Full Confidence Tour in Denver, CO
El Camino de Perfección (trans.: The Way of Perfection) is a method for making progress in the contemplative life written by St. Teresa of Ávila for the sisters of her reformed convent of the Carmelite Order (Discalced). St. Teresa was a major figure of the Catholic Reformation in 16th Century Spain. (Introduction by Wikipedia)
A Podcast "The Others" covering Groups , Smaller Parties and Independents in Ireland.
Narco Mindset is an enlightening, informative, effortlessly entertaining podcast. It contains compelling RAW storytelling and intellectually honest talk about life. We will be delving into life challenges, life miracles, life recovery, and life opportunities. It illuminates a new generation on the power and the impact of a positive mindset. NarcoMindset is a Seasonal podcast with new episodes every week… Began February 1st, 2020
The Church Grammar podcast engages theology and the church in a fresh way, centered on wide-ranging conversations with scholars and Bible teachers.
A Closer Look™ with Sheila Liaugminas features notable experts, newsmakers, elected officials, scholars and clergy on a variety of current event topics including social and moral issues, politics, and medical bioethics. Sheila and her guests put the news of the day into sharp focus from a uniquely Catholic perspective.
Discussion on the Law of God from a systematic theonomic perspective and that paradigm as it interacts with Christian living in a fallen world in need of the light of Christ as revealed by His Word Alone. As well as Apologetic reviews of non-reformed theonomic systems of thought in form of critique .
FPC is a congregation affiliated with the PCUSA. Presbyterians are “Reformed” in identity. Our worship and work are guided by several “confessions” (statements of what matters most to Christians). Some of these confessions are ancient – shared by all churches – whether Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, or Protestant. Some are unique to the Reformed tradition.We are happy to help you explore Presbyterian spirituality of course. But we are most passionate about the claim we share with all othe ...
We all know relationships takes work, but what is that work, and how do we do it? Reformed divorce lawyer Erik Newton explores these questions and many more in a series of intimate and honest interviews with real couples.
talking faith without stained glass language
Spiritual Formation: Growing in the grace of God in challenging times. The podcast discusses how to grow in one's relationship with God and maturity as a Christian. We will also discuss how to answer the challenging questions of the present day culture, not only in substance, but also in motive and attitude.
The Word of God for the unholy. Dave and Rainer talk about God, what they are doing, how this might relate to what God is doing, and how this all relates to foosball. Dave and Rainer use the Sunday Mass scripture readings as a prompt for some exegesis and reflection on the Heilsgeschichte in their lives. Yee hah.
The Center for Baptist Renewal seeks to equip Baptists with the resources of the Christian tradition so they might incorporate these beliefs and practices into the life of the local church.
The Santa Fe New Mexican is the home of Mary Charlotte's Radio Café, a twice-weekly show exploring life, politics, and news.
Weird news stories and some politics. What could be better!
Giants of the Faith is a bite-sized podcast where we’ll explore some of the great figures in Christian history. Expect to hear episodes on Luther, Augustine, Wesley, and more. Some of the folks we talk about will be familiar to you and some will probably not be but all are noteworthy in some way.
An audio project from Theopolis Institute. These episodes are audio versions of our blog articles.
The latest podcast feed searching 'Papacy is the Antichrist' on SermonAudio.
“The primary aim of this work is twofold,” writes Thomas K. Cheyne. “It would fain contribute to the cause of universal peace, and promote the better understanding of the various religions which really are but one religion. The union of religions must necessarily precede the union of races, which at present is so lamentably incomplete…. I have endeavoured to study the various races and religions on their best side, and not to fetter myself to any individual teacher or party, for ‘out of His ...
Welcome to W.H.S. World Civilizations and AP European History Podcast!
A podcast exploring the religious and theological worlds from an Anglican perspective. Hosted by Gerald McDermott of The Institute of Anglican Studies at Beeson Divinity School, Samford University.
This series features recordings of research papers from the Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference which took place on August 31st and September 1st 2012 in University College Dublin. The conference was supported by UCD Research Seed Funding, UCD School of History and Archives and The Society for Renaissance Studies. The podcast series is in association with the History Hub.ie website and multimedia hub.
I welcome you to explore with me the five distinctives of the Reformation. By God’s grace, I am for them. And by God’s good Fatherhood, I love the Catholic Church.
Our guest for this episode is Gerald Bray, whose new book is Anglicanism: A Reformed Catholic Tradition. Gerald Bray (DLitt, University of Paris-Sorbonne) is Research Professor at Beeson Divinity School and Director of Research for the Latimer Trust. He is a prolific writer and has authored or edited numerous books, including The Doctrine of God an…
In this bonus episode we're going to look at one of the men most responsible for the 16th century Reformation - Erasmus. Erasmus is known as the man that laid the egg that Luther hatched. Though he was not a reformer in the common usage of the word he did want Christendom to return to a reliance on the writing of the church fathers and, even more, …
Listen to a conversation with Pastor Mickey Aquilino (Parkside Church - Alistair Begg). Mickey grew up Roman Catholic but didn't know Christ. After coming to faith through a renewal movement and reading God's Word, Mickey eventually left the Catholic church. He was led by God to Parkside Church where for 25 years he has helped teach the Bible and d…
R&T Morning Show (05/17/2021) with Michael Lofton Michael begins the day with a morning prayer from the Eastern Catholic tradition, daily Scripture readings and a passage from the church father St. Gregory Nazianzus. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/yt1s.com-RT-Morning-Show-05172021-with-Michael-Lofton.mp3…
With this episode we have almost reached the end of 1 Peter and in our passage (1 Pet 5:6–11) Peter turns again to one of his major themes: the Christian’s pilgrimage to the heavenly city under the Lordship of Christ. This passage, . . . Continue reading →By R. Scott Clark
We see the tree of life in the Garden of Eden and in the heavenly temple. It would appear that as Adam has to obey the law and we are called to obey the law that our covenantal arrangement is the same. Do we individually have to earn heaven? How do we enter heaven after Adam Failed? What is the consequence of the fall and what is the consequence of…
Companion Article: https://sspx.org/en/news-events/news/father-should-i-attend-mass-advice-attending-non-sspx-latin-masses-66314 In this episode, we’re tackling 1 question that is very often posed to our priests, so we decided to make a full episode on this one question – simply, it’s “Father, can I go this Mass or that Mass?” Or put another way, “…
Discussion on Toll Houses with Fr. John Whiteford and Fr. Patrick Ramsey Eastern Orthodox priests Fr. John Whiteford and Fr. Patrick Ramsey discuss their understandings on toll houses in the Eastern Orthodox tradition and clear up common misconceptions. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/yt1s.com-Discussion-on-Toll-Houses-with…
The Magisterium of the Catholic Church with Dr. Lawrence J. King https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/yt1s.com-The-Magisterium-of-the-Catholic-Church-with-Dr-Lawrence-J-King.mp3By Michael Lofton
This is Jason speaking... As a Christian, I've never understood the hang-up and/or obsession some Christians have regarding gay Christians. Maybe it's my age. Maybe it's because my first teacher- after my having just become a Christian- was Dr. Gene Rogers, who introduced me to Karl Barth and Thomas Aquinas and who happened to be gay. As a pastor, …
British broadcaster and writer James O’Brien has built a loyal listenership on his LBC radio programme, dissecting the opinions of callers live on air every day. In his 2018 book, How To Be Right... in a World gone Wrong, he set out his opinions on Islam, Brexit, political correctness, LGBT issues, feminism, Trump and other flash points. Now his la…
In this episode we're looking at the life of George Wishart, the early Scottish Reformer and predecessor to John Knox. Wishart is less well known than Knox but his tale is an important one. He was a figurehead of the early Reformation in Scotland. RESOURCES Christian Study Library: https://www.christianstudylibrary.org/article/george-wishart-his-li…
The world seems to have gone awry at different times in history. We might wonder if the Lord really takes note of this age or if the Lord is just sleeping. Habakkuk wants to know what the Lord is doing. The Lord shocked him by saying that he sending the Babylonians to bring judgment. How can the Lord counteract the problem that is worse than what H…
The political focus has shifted from the pandemic to the housing crisis, with Taoiseach Micheal Martin this week declaring it the Government’s “number one priority”. Jack Horgan Jones and Pat Leahy join Hugh to discuss the political decisions and policy failures that have led to the crisis and the resulting generational divide.But first, not escapi…
By Crackers & Grape Juice
The Monetary Reform Party were founded in the early 1940's, had Oliver J Flanagan elected as a TD in 1943. There was a split and Flanagan's Laois -Offaly group went their own way before joining Fine Gael. The Remaining Monetary Reform Party had elected reps until the early 1970's.
Penny Cost, a drag queen in the process of getting ordained by the Methodist Church, shares how her ordination has caused “chaos” in the church. While she has received support from her church she has also received backlash from conservative Methodists. Penny wants to use drag and carnivalesque performance to transform the church into a more accepti…
By Marc Barnes, Jacob Imam
The prophet Elijah is very discouraged. It is strange that he would be discouraged. He has won the battle of the gods and rain has been sent in the land. It would seem that these are good things, and why the discouragement? The rain is not good enough for Jezebel because the Baal prophets have been executed. She vows to kill Elijah. Elijah runs to …
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…
Xorje chats with Larry Holodak about fully accepting his queerness later in life and ultimately realizing the power associated with forgiving yourself and the Church.By Hey Xorje
On this episode, we’re talking with Fr. Paul Robinson, the Prior of Saint Isidore’s in Denver, Colorado, about the practical matters that Catholics should know about the Novus Ordo Mass. Over the last two episodes, we’ve looked at the inherent problems in this new formulation of the New Mass. Today, we’ll see what that means for us as Catholics. Do…
Acts 1.15-17, 21-26, Psalm 1, 1 John 5.9-13, John 17.6-19; How can we read scripture through the lens of Emmaus? Why is the Spirit so confounding? What does it mean to be truly happy? These questions and more on this episode of Strangely Warmed with guest Kenneth Tanner. Ken is the pastor of Holy Redeemer in Rochester Hills, Michigan. Hosted by Tay…
Denis Staunton talks to Hugh about the results of last Friday's local and regional elections in England, Scotland and Wales. The results have thrown up many stories, including how Labour's leader Keir Starmer contrived to turn a setback into a leadership crisis, and how pro-independence politicians increase their dominance of the Scottish parliamen…
Manifesto V: Catholicity We encourage a critical but charitable engagement with the whole church of the Lord Jesus Christ, both past and present. We believe that Baptists have much to contribute as well as much to receive in the great collection of traditions that constitute the holy catholic church. We believe that we are “traditioned” creatures a…
This is episode 23 in the series, As It Was in the days of Noah. We have two items of business before we turn to our passage for the episode (1 Peter 5:1–5): (1) To say thanks to Jack Miller, sometime HB . . . Continue reading →By R. Scott Clark
The Tree of Life holds out the promise of glory. This tree is consumed only by those who overcome. This implies that Adam would not have eaten from this tree until his probation in Eden is over. How does one overcome and eat the fruit from the tree of life?By Pastor Paul Lindemulder
Marshall’s original video discussed in this video may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xq-IjgM-pvs&t=2611s https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Balancing-Out-Taylor-Marshall-on-Pachamama-and-the-Kissing-of-the-Quran-with-Michael-Lofton-128-kbps.mp3By Michael Lofton
Michael addresses the inconsistency of radical traditionalists and calls for faithful Catholics to be discerning when they are presented with material from this group. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/A-Call-for-Discernment-Among-Faithful-Catholics-128-kbps.mp3By Michael Lofton
“We’ve got a list of questions, issues, stuff we’re dealing with. We want your input, your thoughts on this stuff.” Such were the origins of this little book. Two young clergy, early in their first call, imagined that I might have some useful wisdom to pass on based on my own years in ministry. Something like this was once standard preparation. You…
It is strange for protestants to profess that we are "One Catholic Church" or that there is "One Holy Catholic Church." How can protestants deny being Roman Catholic, but still be a member of the one Catholic Church?By Pastor Paul Lindemulder
Episode Notes Contact us: email@example.com On Twitter @adorientempod On the Web Ad Orientem Podcast Mentioned on this episode and further resources: Anglican Studies Podcast Holy Trinity Anglican ChurchBy Fr. Zachary, Prod. Assistant GraceAnne, Fr. Michael McKinnon
Theology Classics: Augustine of Hippo In this episode, Luke Stamps and Winston Hottman summarize and discuss the main points of Augustine’s Enchiridion, the fourth recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. Enchiridion Augustine, Enchiridion, c. 420: St. Augustine is arguably the most influential figure in the history of the …
For decades, Ireland has used a low corporation tax rate to attract foreign direct investment. That is now threatened by a major tax reform plan announced by US president Joe Biden, which proposes to tax the overseas earnings of US corporations at 21 per cent. Talks are also taking place at the OECD on a global minimum level of corporate tax, which…
La Toya Bell and her daughter, Camrin, who attends a Tallahassee private school on a Florida Tax Credit Scholarship On this episode, redefinED senior writer Lisa Buie speaks with La Toya Bell, an independent living specialist for the Children’s Home Society of Florida and mom to Camrin, who attends a private school in Tallahassee on the Florida Tax…
Outline: The Witness of The Tribes Summary Interpretation The Book of Nature Establishing Covenants Noahic Covenant Abrahamic Covenant Sinaitic Covenant Davidic Covenant Coming Clouds of The New Covenant Saint Athanasius Church Contra Mundum Swagger Video VersionBy Jack Shannon
Founded in late 1993, The South Kerry Independent Alliance has been one of the most successful of our small parties as they still hold a seat on Kerry County Council. You'll find material from the Party here https://irishelectionliterature.com/category/south-kerry-independent-alliance-skia/
We’ll continue our discussion of the Novus Ordo Mass today with Fr. Paul-Isaac Franks, professor of Theology at Saint Marys College. Last time, we looked at the New Mass’s Ecumenical intent. Today, we’ll see how the New Mass is a direct expression of the New Theology that was condemned by Pope Pius XII. But this problematic theology came back in fu…
By Marc Barnes, Jacob Imam
Stump the Apologist with the R&T Crew Michael Lofton, Fr. Patrick, Luis Dizon and Dru the Atheist all answer live questions from the chat and live phone calls. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/Stump-the-Apologist-with-the-RT-Crew-128-kbps.mp3By Michael Lofton
Habakkuk is coming to grips with the reality that the Lord is bringing a nation worse than Israel to judge Israel. This does not seem possible, but this is what the Lord is doing. So, how does one cope with such disappointing news?By Pastor Paul Lindemulder
Xorje chats with trans poet Eve Petrie about "purposefully" entering religious spaces as their authentic self and happening upon their Biblical name.By Hey Xorje