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In this episode of The Catholic Talk Show, the guys discuss the Republican and Democratic parties and explore how a well-formed Catholic should vote.
In this episode, we will discuss:
• Which party fits with Catholic teaching?
• What are the “5 Non-Negotiable” Issues?
• The 3 Catholic Principles of Voting
• Should The Catholic Church even be involved in politics?
• How can a Catholic voter form their conscience?
• and much more
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EWTN Vatican Bureau Chief Alan Holdren takes us inside the Domenico Della Rovere Palace, the current headquarters of the Order of the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre.
Fr. Ted Parker, Pastor of St Charles Lwanga Parish in Detroit is joined by Bp. Donald Hanchon, John Thorne, Executive Director of Detroit Catholic Pastoral Alliance and Vickie Figueroa of the Office of Black Catholic and Cultural Ministries discuss what the Church teaches about racism and social justice and what we’re called to do.
The waiting of Advent can be a time filled with great family activities and memories. Jackie and Bobby share some activities for Advent that have helped make the season more […]
Bishop Robert Barron and Word on Fire have been working four years on a Bible that is truly the first of its kind. Here is a look at what makes is so great, a month before if even releases.
We introduce you to Fr. Jeffrey Kirby, a Catholic priest on a mission to educate the faithful about end-of-life care. EWTN Pro-Life Weekly with Catherine Hadro airs on EWTN every […]
Father Michael Joncas is one of the church’s best-known liturgical composers. He has written countless melodies many of us know by heart, but his newest song comes at a time when many don’t want to sing.
Namngoja Rubani ni kati ya nyimbo mpya za St. John Kusyomuomo Catholic Choir. Jumuikeni nao.
There is definitely a spirit to Christmas. Based on Hollywood movies, you might think that this spirit is of giving, of peace on earth, or even of family. For Christians, […]
CATHOLIC CHURCH ENGLAND AND WALES – On 8 February, the Catholic Church in England and Wales observes a day of prayer for the victims of human trafficking and those who work to combat this terrible crime. Cecilia Taylor-Camara from the Bishops’ Conference Office for Migration Policy tells us a little about the day and introduces us to Saint Josephine Bakhita whose feast day falls on the same day.
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Jesuit Father Michael Paul Gallagher talks about the Catholic devotion of the Nativity scene.
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Father Michael Nixon offers insight into how we, as Catholics, Christians & followers of Jesus Christ, should respond to the issues of racism and injustice throughout our society on this episode of Made for Glory.
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On behalf of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, we invite you individually and in groups to experience a reflective moment preparing our hearts during this Advent season. Each […]
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Father James Martin, SJ, answers five common questions he receives about his LGBT Catholic ministry.
The Culture of Death has infiltrated America on a very deep level. What have we defined our purpose of life to be? How are we growing in that? Has the […]
In this video, Dr. Pitre looks at John the Baptist’s statement in John 1: “I myself did not know him; but for this I came baptizing with water, that he […]
A brief animation explaining Catholic Sisters Week, created by the Communicators for Women Religious. Shared by Global Sisters Report with permission. GSR is a project of National Catholic Reporter.
Friends, Volume I of The Word on Fire Bible will be available on June 15th. Join the waiting list at https://www.wordonfire.org/bible to make sure you are the first to know when it is released.
One-minute meditation over the image of the Icon of Baptism of Our Lord followed by the wonderful Orthodox Church music
Bishop Mark Rivituso from the Archdiocese of St. Louis talks about Lent.
CATHOLIC ONLINE – Ash Wednesday is one of the most popular and important holy days in the liturgical calendar. Ash Wednesday opens Lent, a season of fasting and prayer. It takes place 46 days before Easter Sunday and is chiefly observed by Catholics, although many other Christians observe it too.
Jan. 27 is the International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust.
This video was produced back in 2015 by Ascension Press in conjunction with its new series for teens. It helps connect the dots between the ritual of the Mass and our relationship with Jesus. Altaration acknowledges “the elephant in the sanctuary” as Mark Hart calls it, encouraging and challenging teens to take another look – a deeper look – at the liturgy and all that heaven is doing here on earth through it.
The renovation of our Denver Novitiate and construction of a new Priory wing does not so much center on the building, as beautiful and practical as it will be, but rather on the teaching, learning, prayer, and community that will occur there. We will do in this novitiate and priory what we have always done: form young friars living together with men who walk the walk. To do less falls short of our mission as Dominicans.
Patrick Novecosky reads a chapter from his book: 100 Ways John Paul II Changed the World
The first part of four reflections on important people present during Holy Week. Here Fr Al talks to us about what we can learn from St Peter’s actions during the Passion of our Lord.
Jesus makes an extraordinary promise. Fr. Chris Alar shows what to do differently this year to make it the most important day of your life.
Open wide the doors of our Domestic Church for Christ! Emily Leedom, Director of Marriage, Family and Respect Life for the Diocese of Sioux Falls, goes through some helpful steps for those of us finding our spiritual time and family life are intertwined.
One of the four reflections on important people present during Holy Week. Here Fr Roth talks to us about what we can learn from Mary’s actions during the Passion of our Lord.
KEITH NESTER – Why does it sometimes seem that when Protestants and Catholics talk/argue, we are on different planets? How do we deal with that? Argue? Ignore? Is there another way? Former Protestant Pastor/Catholic convert Keith Nester breaks it down.
ASSOCIATED PRESS — In a Catholic world where debates over clerical celibacy have flared from Brazil to the Vatican, the Rev. Joshua Whitfield is that rarest of things: A married Catholic priest.
FAITHFUL CITIZENSHIP (USCCB) – We seek to imitate Christ’s example of love in our families, neighborhoods, communities and around the world. Featuring Bishop Shelton J. Fabre of Houma-Thibodaux and young adults.
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Catholic Video by Catholic Speaker Ken Yasinski reflects upon the source of Christmas Peace. Keep Christ in Christmas! When the Wright brothers flew for the first time in 1903, their […]
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Footage shot last spring, finally had the chance to get around to editing. Talking last night after completion as to how God is in control of things. A year ago while filming, only God knew that we wouldn’t finish until over a year later, and how it would be used.
Susan Timoney, professor of pastoral studies at The Catholic University of America, discusses piety as one of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit.
OVERT TV – Who am I? That is the age old question. Are you a soccer player? Are you an alcoholic? Or perhaps you think of your self as a Conservative? Everyone struggles to discover who they are so tonight we are setting out to discover who we are.
Here’s an encouraging chatty video about motherhood I hope you enjoy! 🌸Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/acatholicmomslife/ 🌸Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/acatholicmomslife/ 🌸Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/acatholicmomslife/ 🌸SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCBPwe61hWru6AN8ZzyY-KwA Thank you for supporting this channel by shopping through all these […]
John the Baptist and Jesus! A fun Catholic homily for kids based on the readings for the 2nd week in Advent, cycle A. Support this channel on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/catholickidsmedia NEW […]
Pope Francis issued an Apostolic letter moto proprio, Aperuit Illis, reflecting on the Word of God and designating the Third Sunday in Ordinary Time as the Sunday of the Word of God.
Bishop Richard Malone explains the Catholic Church’s, season of Ordinary Time, in “Consider this… Ordinary time, not so ordinary”. http://www.daybreaktv.org
St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology presents: Scott Hahn on the conversion of Saint Paul. For more, visit http://www.SalvationHistory.com
Bishop Shelton J. Fabre of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, chairman of the USCCB Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism, joins us to explain why ending racism is a life issue. He also shares his thoughts on the murder of George Floyd and how racism extends into the abortion industry.
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The killing of George Floyd by a white law enforcement officer has reawakened a national and international outcry regarding a disregard for Black Lives. Within the Church, this has sparked a number of responses from the United States Bishops, various local churches, and national Catholic organizations. However, there are many questions about the appropriate response of the Church outside that of statements in times of crisis. This conversation will explore the reality of racism in the Church and the necessary place of the Church in the fight against racism.
Within the Church, this has sparked a number of responses from the United States Bishops, various local churches, and national Catholic organizations. However, there are many questions about the appropriate response of the Church outside that of statements in times of crisis. This conversation will explore the reality of racism in the Church and the necessary place of the Church in the fight against racism.
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It might not be the most common metaphor for the spiritual life, but God’s work in us can often look like labor and delivery. Fr. Mark-Mary asks you to stick with him on this one.
A recent New York Times story claimed to reveal “Why the Big Bang Produced Something Rather Than Nothing.” Bishop Barron and Brandon Vogt discuss the article and whether science is capable of answering this classic philosophical question.
Deacon Steve Meyer of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church in Green Bay, Wisconsin shares with us a reflection on the animals of the Nativity. This reflection is part of […]
Daily Gospel Reflection for Monday, December 9, 2019 “Note: Though the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception is December 8 on the Church’s liturgical calendar, it is celebrated December 9 this […]
Excerpt from our newly released Bible and the Virgin Mary DVD series. To purchase visit: http://www.bibleandthevirginmary.com
Prepare the way for the Lord. Get ready. The Lord is coming. That’s the message of Advent. The word itself comes from a Latin root, which means reach out, prepare, […]