Tuesday, December 14, 2021

Early Christianity in a Pagan World (Guest: Mike Aquilina)

Mike Aquilina is the award-winning author of more than fifty books on Catholic history, doctrine, and devotion. He has hosted eleven television series and several documentary films and is a frequent guest on EWTN.

Friday, December 3, 2021

A Hobo for Christ (Guest: Meg Hunter-Kilmer)

Meg Hunter-Kilmer is a cradle Catholic and a revert, brought back to the fold by a grace-filled confession and the supreme logic of Catholic doctrine.  She has a Bachelor’s in Theology from Notre Dame and a Master’s in Systematic Theology, also from ND. After 5 years as a full time religion teacher, she quit her job and packed everything into the trunk of my car to drive around the country and fly around the world as a hobo missionary. (We apologize for a few segments of bad audio)

Monday, October 18, 2021

What is Subordination in Marriage? (Guest: Fr. Michael Zimmerman)

 Fr. Michael Zimmerman was ordained to the priesthood in 2017 and currently serves as assistant Vocation Director for the Archdiocese of Boston and adjunct Scripture Professor at St. John’s Seminary. With the heart of a teacher, Fr. Michael was inspired to create a systematic discernment program for young men drawing from the wisdom that he received as part of his own formation. During the pandemic lockdown in May 2020, Fr. Michael scripted 27 episodes which are now part of a video series called Scivias. Filmed in a way that captures many of Fr. Michael’s own interests such as rock climbing, track and field, art, drawing, and of course the city of Boston, Fr. Michael hopes others can identify with his journey and recognize how pursuing God’s plan for their lives will fulfill their greatest desires.

Friday, October 8, 2021

The Shalom Catholic Community (Guest: Barbara Tavares)

Barbara Tavares de Melo Freitas tells us about her missionary work with the Shalom Catholic Community.

Present in dozens of countries around the world, the Shalom Catholic Community is made up of men and women who, in diverse lifestyles present in the Church, engage in a community and missionary life in order to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to all men and women, especially to those far from Christ and the Church.

Thursday, September 16, 2021

From Jail Cell to Jesus (Guest: John Edwards)

John Edwards is the founder of Pew Ministries and the popular podcast, “Just a Guy in the Pew.” Like so many men, he vowed to be a better person, husband and father time and time again. It wasn’t until he felt the presence of Jesus as he walked out of a jail cell that he realized how much he wanted to change and how he could only do that with His help.

Friday, September 10, 2021

The Pursuit of Wisdom on the Secular College Campus (Guest: Patrick Callahan)

The Newman Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture is an educational program that offers accredited humanities courses at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Fr. Mark speaks with new director, Patrick Callahan.

Tuesday, July 13, 2021

The Power of Sacred Art & Iconography (Guest: Elizabeth Zelasko)

Elizabeth Zelasko studied fine art at The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan before attending the Prosopon School of Iconology where she studied traditional Russian Orthodox iconography. She moved to Denver to finish her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, graduating as valedictorian of her class.
Elizabeth works with Catholic publishers and institutions, creating commissioned pieces. She gives talks on the theological aspects and material processes of writing a traditional icon. Elizabeth also creates privately commissioned icons, paintings, and drawings.