Sr. Mary Karolyn, of the Sisters of St. Francis of the Martyr St. George, discusses the person and role of the Holy Spirit, and how her relationship with the Holy Spirit helped clarify her vocation.
A reading from St. Irenaeus on the Sending of the Holy Spirit and the Pentecost Sequence
Dr. Pia de Solenni (www.moraltheologian.com) discusses the ways in which authentic femininity manifests in prayer, and the new book to which she contributed “When Women Pray” available on Sophia Institute Press.
An Invocation of the Holy Spirit by St. Mary Magdalene de’ Pazzi.
It's a different sort of show this week. Kristin Putnam (my Darling Bride) joins the show for an intimate reflection on our first 11 years of marriage. Join us as we share our thoughts with one another.
Bishop-Elect Daniel Mueggenborg talks about his encounter with the first American-born martyr, Fr. Stanley Rother, and with St. Teresa of Calcutta.
We discuss the place of service in the Christian Life, and the Universal Call to Holiness.
A Reading from St. Peter Chrysologus
Dr. Ray Guarendi, Clinical psychologist, father of 10, New York Times best-selling author, discusses his new book "Advice worth Ignoring" which contains proven strategies for effective and loving discipline, and gives solid reasons for why listening to the experts is not always your best option.
Chuck Neff, Host of The Inner Life on Relevant Radio, discusses Spiritual Direction, and Personal & Marital Growth.
Our reading from Church History is from the Dialogue on Divine Providence by St. Catherine of Siena.
Jeremy Priest, the Director of Family Life and Pro-Life Activities for the Diocese of Tulsa, discusses the origin and practice of the Octave of Easter.
We hear a homily on the Octave of Easter by Saint Augustine.
A Holy Saturday special
Christ died for your specific sins
Dr. Doug Beaumont discusses his conversion to the Catholic Church
An Ancient Homily from Holy Saturday
Dr. David Franks joins us and talks about how Christ suffered for us, and how our suffering can be a participation in his.
A reading from Spe Salvi.
Dr. Joseph Capizzi talks about the role of Catholic Social Doctrine in the average layperson's life, and discusses the new Catholic Social Doctrine online course from the Catholic University of America.
To register, visit CSDCertificate.com.
Mark Shea, Catholic author and blogger, talks to us about his Lenten Disciplines, and explains what it means to 'Offer it Up.'
Bishop Eusebio Elizondo, member of the USCCB Committee on Migration, talks about the Catholic position on Immigration and its connection to the Dignity of the Human Person.
Sr. Maria Grace Dateno, FSP talks about her book series "The Gospel Time Trekkers," and intuitive ways to introduce children to Scripture, and foster a love for Jesus.