A pious Spaniard and the defense of Christendom from the Turks
“The priesthood” is a big topic, but we are tackling it in this episode. Fr. Joe discusses the central question of, “Has the priesthood always been this way?” If it hasn’t, what are the essential things to the priesthood? All that and more!
The first real Renaissance Pope, a lover of learning and wisdom.
n this episode, Dr. Andrew Swafford from Benedictine College and Sarah Swafford from Emotional Virtue Ministries dive into their new series with Ascension: What We Believe The Beauty of the Catholic Faith and share their best advice on Catholic marriage and family!!!
The Runaway Ecumenical Council of Basel, Ferrara, and Florence, and another attempt at reconciliation with the East. [player]
There are certain days of the week and year that are considered Holy Days of Obligation, or days that we must go to Mass. There is SO MUCH MORE to Holy Days of Obligation than just the point that we must go to Mass, tune in and learn more!
The end of the Great Western Schism and the conclusion of the Council of Constance. [player]
A special edition for the Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI on the day of his death. May he rest in peace!
Note: The audio quality is poor because Fr. Conrad recorded this podcast early in the morning in his parents’ basement. Sorry for the inconvenience!
The Schism gets more complicated, (a second Antipope!) but a solution looks possible at the Council of Constance.
Any The Chosen fans here? This episode is for you! Jonathan Roumie plays Jesus in The Chosen, but what does his relationship with Jesus look like? How does he pray? Tune into this interview with Drew, Katie, and Jonathan and find out!