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  • Why Monasteries?
    What is the point of monasteries? Men and women shut themselves away from the world and do what…pray? Is this truly helpful for society or for their own salvation? Tune in and find out more!
  • Why You Should Love the Liturgy
    We continue the series with Fr. Conrad’s students at the University of Mary and in this episode they share why they love the liturgy…and it will probably inspire you to love the liturgy too!
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 149 – Damasus II
    Another holy German gets elected for a brief pontificate.
  • Why We Have Faith
    In this episode, Fr. Conrad talks to two of his college students at the University of Maryland about why they have faith. Tune in for some inspiring stories!
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 148 – Clement II
    Henry III calls for backup, a holy German monk to the rescue!
  • What to Do at Mass
    As the laity, we are called to actively participate in the Mass, but how can we do that if there are a limited number of roles/jobs to do? Well, actively participating goes beyond having a specific task to accomplish. Tune into this CB episode to learn more about how you can be an active participant […]
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 147 – Gregory VI
    The Papacy bought and sold and our first introduction to a monk named Hildebrand.
  • Just a Guy in the Pews
    Fr. Conrad has the host of Just a Guy in the Pews, John Edwards, on the podcast today to talk about the importance of virtue. Tune in and check it out! Want to hear more from Just a Guy in the pew? Check out this link! [podcast]
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 146 – Sylvester III
    Pope? Antipope? Not so sure, the brief reign of Sylvester III.
  • Habemus Papam: Episode 145 – Benedict IX
    The nephew of Benedict VIII and John XIX and the mystery of papal numbering.

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