Tuesday, November 12, 2019

"Hope", the First Docudrama about Our Lady of Knock, Ireland (Guest: Campbell Miller)

Campbell Miller, the talented director and film maker behind, “Hope”, the very first docudrama about the apparitions of Our Lady of Knock in Ireland. Campbell currently works for EWTN in Ireland.



Laying the Basic Foundations of Virtue & Manhood (Guest: Fr. Carter Griffin)

Fr. Carter Griffin is the Rector of Saint John Paul II Seminary in Washington, DC. He is a graduate of Princeton University, a former Naval Officer, and author of the new book Why Celibacy? Reclaiming the Fatherhood of the Priest published by Emmaus Road.

Thursday, November 7, 2019

Christ Figures in Science Fiction & Superhero Films (Guest: Dr.Jim Papandrea)

When cultures such as ours toss Jesus out one door, He comes in albeit disguised through another. That's why author Jim Papandrea turned to Star Wars, Star Trek, The Matrix, Terminator, Spider-Man, Batman, Dr. Who, and half-a-dozen other modern shows, discovering in each one powerful images of Christ and salvation.

Jim Papandrea is a teacher, author, speaker, and musician. He is a Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Garrett-Evangelical Seminary (on the campus of Northwestern University) in Evanston. IL.  In the second half of the show we talk about some early Church history and controversies.  Although, the Blessed Virgin Mary's virginity is not solemnly defined as the other three Marian dogmas, it is taught in early creedal statements, teachings of the church fathers and various council teachings.

Monday, October 28, 2019

Experiencing Same-Sex Attraction within the Catholic Church (Guest: Avera Maria Santo)

Avera Maria Santo speaks and writes on homosexuality and Catholicism at the young age of 22. She travels the country sharing her story, giving a tangible and joyful witness to the goodness, truth, and beauty of the Church’s teachings. Avera blogs at Inside My Holy of Holies: http://couragegulfcoast.wixsite.com/blog

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

The Connection between Virtue, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life (Guest: Dr. Jennifer Frey)

Are you happy?  Dr. Jennifer Frey discusses the connection between virtue and happiness according to Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas.  Dr. Frey also discusses the importance of literature in teaching the virtues.  We also discuss the role of the theological virtues and happiness.  Dr. Frey is currently an assistant professor in the philosophy department at the University of South Carolina. Her research lies at the intersection of philosophy of action, ethics, and meta-ethics. Dr. Frey co-edited a book titled, Self-Transcendence and Virtue, which was part of the work she did as co-principal investigator on a major three year research project, titled "Virtue, Happiness, and Meaning of Life."

How to Build a Confidence of Faith (Guest: Dr. Sean Innerst)

Dr. Sean Innerst is a professor at St. John Vianney Seminary and the Augustine Institute in Denver, CO.  He spoke with us about St. Agustine's method of evangelization and catechesis through the telling of the story of salvation history.  In that story, we can see God's love for his lost children.  Dr. Innerst also had some great insights on Mary at the foot of the cross.

Two Religious Sisters Work to Reach Out to College Students (Guests: Sr. Rita Clare Yoches & Sr. Sarah Rose Dent)

Sr. Rita Clare Yoches, TOR & Sr. Sarah Rose Dent, TOR talk to us about the work in reaching our to college students in their apostolate as Franciscan TOR Sisters.