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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Bishop Robert Barron

DGR Eng

Peter is right about who Jesus is: a man who is also the Son of the living God. And this is the source and ground of the whole operation.

Calling Evil Sacred

Dr. Richard Clements

Pro-abortion sign in the street

Some today call evil good (or even sacred) and good evil. We must work to eradicate the evil, the darkness, the bitterness that is abortion.

When Your Faith Is Put to the Test

Bishop Robert Barron

The Sacrifice of Isaac

Friends, if you don’t experience “fear and trembling” having read this text, you have not been paying attention.

Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Bishop Robert Barron

DGR Eng

The New Testament writers could not be clearer: the crucified Jesus, who had died and been buried, appeared alive again to his disciples.

Converting Conservatives: The Importance of Moral Consistency

Dr. Richard DeClue

a man very pensive at his computer

We must avoid becoming "cafeteria Catholics.” Consistency on moral teaching is important for potential converts as well as for ourselves.

EP17 | How 1923 Made Adolf Hitler — Mark Jones

Dr. Tod Worner

EC Podcast 17

Join Tod Worner and Professor Mark Jones as they discuss the rarely considered origins of Adolf Hitler in his book, "1923."

Tuesday, February 20, 2024

Bishop Robert Barron

DGR Eng

We call God “Father” when we pray. We call him Abba, Daddy. The same intimacy that Jesus has with his Abba he invites us to share.

Silence and the Stirrings of the Soul

Dr. Tod Worner

solitary time in silence

Silence is a vast space of interiority, the landscape of the soul. It allows us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.

WOF 425: Understanding the Mental Health Crisis

Brandon Vogt

distressed girl with her hands on her head

What's behind the mental health crisis, and how can the Church help? That's what Brandon Vogt and I discuss on today's episode.

Monday, February 19, 2024

Bishop Robert Barron

DGR Eng

The righteous will ask when they did this, and he will reply, “Whatever you did for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”