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Confessions (Latin: Confessiones) is the name of an autobiographical work, consisting of 13 books, by St. Augustine of Hippo, written between AD 397 and AD 398. Modern English translations of it are sometimes published under the title The Confessions of St. Augustine in order to distinguish the book from other books with similar titles, such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Confessions.
 
The Enchiridion, Manual, or Handbook of Augustine of Hippo is alternatively titled, “Faith, Hope, and Love”. The Enchiridion is a compact treatise on Christian piety, written in response to a request by an otherwise unknown person, named Laurentis, shortly after the death of Saint Jerome in 420. It is intended as a model for Christian instruction or catechesis. – As the title indicates, the work is organized according to the three graces necessary for the Christian worship of God: Faith, Hop ...
 
A Place Called Hither and Yon - Hither and yon is a mysterious place of communion with God. It is the destination to which we are headed and the circuitous path itself. For the trip there are some things we should pack and some things we should leave behind. There are road signs to read and a language to cultivate. There are ways to walk, work, and pray. There are customs and practices that all respectful travelers need to observe. Hither and yon is the place that allows us to enter territor ...
 
Minnesota Catholic Conference (MCC) is the public policy voice of the Catholic Church in Minnesota. MCC supports the ministry of our state’s Catholic bishops by: Working with political and community leaders to shape legislation that serves human dignity and the common good. Educating Catholics and the public about the ethical and moral framework that should be applied to public policy choices. Mobilizing the Catholic community to make its voice heard in the public arena.
 
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Changed by God to Make a Difference for God

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Changed by God to Make a Difference for God

Fr. Kevin Maney and St. Augustine's Anglican Church, Columbus OH

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"Changed by God to make a difference for God" is St. Augustine Anglican Church's (Columbus, OH) mission statement. Check out our website at https://saa.church. These sermons from the priests at St. Augustine's are offered to help you do just that so that you can live your life fully as a human being created in God's image and to help equip you to be one of Jesus' kingdom builders.
 
We are two ladies inspired by history, mystery and scary stories (to tell in the dark). We promise not to take ourselves too seriously as we share our own encounters and first-hand experiences from around New England. Have you seen a ghost or something spooky you can't explain? Contact us! We would love to talk to you! www.themidnightsocietyae.com (Theme music by The Tenafly Vipers)
 
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This week we’re joined by Dr. John Cavadini a theology professor at the University of Notre Dame to discuss his reflections on Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ and the influences of St. Francis and St. Augustine on that document.This week's action item: Join or start a small group using the Minnesota, Our Common Home resources to delve into the…
 
This week we're talking about the intersection of theology and the economy. We speak with, Dr. Mary Hirschfeld, a professor of economics and theology at Villanova University and Author of Aquinas and the Market: Toward a Humane Economy.This week's action item examines the meaning of Advent and how we can make use of this time to build relationships…
 
Michael corrects Gavin Ortlund’s misuse of St. Augustine as a defender of Sola Scriptura, he comments on Fr. Lazarus Anthony’s views on demons and he shows a video of the Holy Mass in Aramaic! https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Correcting-Gavin-Ortlund-on-Augustine-Fr.-Lazarus-on-Demons-Holy-Mass-in-Aramaic-128-kbps.mp3…
 
Disputed Questions on Papal Infallibility (Part 1) – Dr. John Joy Dr. John Joy continues his lectures on the Magisterium by addressing disputed cases of papal infallibility in the second millennium. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Disputed-Questions-on-Papal-Infallibility-Part-1-Dr.-John-Joy-128-kbps.mp3…
 
Dr. Brant Pitre joins R&T to discuss his book Introduction to the Spiritual Life! He answers the following questions: 1. Tell me why you believed it was necessary to write this book. 2. Let’s talk about prayer. When should be use vocal prayer? 3. What is meditation and how is it distinct from contemplation? 4. Tell us about the spiritual path, what…
 
"Here then we have a sign of Antichrist's appearance—I do not say of his instant coming, or his certain coming… still, so far as it goes, it is a preparation, a warning, a call to sober thought..." This episode is the fourth in Newman’s series of lectures on The Patristical Idea of Antichrist. In this final lecture, Newman focuses his attention on …
 
We have two guests on this week’s show. Dr. Kirk Doran an associate economics professor at Notre Dame and Brian Boyd a doctoral student at Notre Dame.We’ll be discussing how pro-productivity reforms to the labor market could create better wages, why it all matters from a theological standpoint, and what improving human flourishing amidst it all loo…
 
Orthodox Readings of Aquinas with Dr. Marcus Plested Dr. Marcus Plested joins R&T to discuss the Eastern Orthodox reception of Thomas Aquinas. He answers the following questions: How did Aquinas view the Greek Fathers and the Greek East? How did he view the Latin-Greek Schism? How did Gregory Palamas view Aquinas? Can you give us an overview of som…
 
Eastern Catholic View of the Liturgical Changes after Vatican II Fr. Dcn. Dragani returns to R&T to give an Eastern Catholic perspective to the post-conciliar liturgical reforms! https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Eastern-Catholic-View-of-the-Liturgical-Changes-after-Vatican-II-128-kbps.mp3…
 
Let Us Pray to the Lord: Daily Prayer and Readings | 11/16/2021 Michael leads in prayer with the Rule of Pachomius. He then reads the daily Scripture readings and a portion from the Desert Fathers. The Rule of Pachomius: https://stmaryhillsboroughnj.org/files/Prayer/BeginningPrayersPrayerToSanticyTheHours.pdf Sayings of the Desert Fathers: http://w…
 
“I Knew Padre Pio” – An Interview with a Saint’s Secretary St. Padre Pio’s personal secretary joins R&T for a discussion about his personal experiences with the saint! Some of the questions asked include: How did you come to be a secretary to Padre Pio? What was your first experience with him like? Did he really have the stigmata? What was it like …
 
“As history testifies, the prosperity of the State and the temporal happiness of its citizens cannot remain safe and sound… where the very fountainhead from which the State draws its life, namely, wedlock and the family, is obstructed by the vices of its citizens.” Pope Pius XI’s Casti Connubii contains truths about marriage forgotten even by many …
 
This week we're talking with, Zena Hitz, a tutor at St. John’s College and author of “Lost in Thought”. We’ll be talking about the state of education and get her thoughts on learning for the sake of learning.This week's action item: Continue to keep respect life issues at the forefront beyond October. Register for a Nov. 18th webinar discussing ass…
 
Maximus the Confessor and the Filioque. Dr. Edward Siecienski returns to R&T to discuss St. Maximus the Confessor and his perspective of the filioque, along with his reception at the Council of Florence, from an Eastern Orthodox perspective! https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Maximus-the-Confessor-and-the-Filioque-128-kbps.mp3…
 
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