Liturgy

Christian TikTok with Fr. Rob

Christian TikTok with Fr. Rob

In this episode of the Catholic Link podcast. Fr. Rob and Fr. George discuss thoughts about Christian TikTok and social media at large. Fr. Rob recovered from COVID and spent a lot of time on TikTok and he shares some of what he found. He encourages social media users...

Book of Revelation with Fr. Rob

Book of Revelation with Fr. Rob

In this episode of the Catholic Link podcast, Fr. Rob discusses a way to meditate on the Book of Revelation. Some people read Revelation and try to map world history or current events onto what they read. Fr. Rob proposes another meditation of the book. He suggests...

Paul VI: Habemus Papam– Episode 260

Paul VI: Habemus Papam– Episode 260

Paul VI: A papal diplomat who concluded and implemented the Second Vatican Council. In this episode of Habemus Papam, Fr. Conrad discusses Pope Saint Paul VI, who succeeded John XXIII: A “caretaker pope” who surprises the world and calls the Second Vatican Council....

What Is The Liturgical Movement?

What Is The Liturgical Movement?

What is the Liturgical Movement? In Desiderio desideravi (2022), Pope Francis writes, “We owe to the [the Second Vatican] Council – and to the liturgical movement that preceded it – the rediscovery of a theological understanding of the Liturgy and of its importance in...

004 Fr. Rob – The Melkite Church

004 Fr. Rob – The Melkite Church

There are many Eastern Rite Catholic churches that are in full communion with the Church. The Melkite Church practices the Byzantine Rite. What are the similarities and differences between the Roman Catholic Church and the Melkite Church? Are the priests different? Is the liturgy different? What do the churches look like? Tune in and learn more from Fr. Justin Rose.

Why Do Catholics Light Candles?

Why Do Catholics Light Candles?

Candles are Practical The word candle comes from the Latin “to burn.” Candles have been used since human beings have been able to start fire. Rudimentary wicks were encased in wax or animal fat and burned for light in the dark hours of the day. Oil candles were also...

Liturgy Live 3rd Sunday In Lent | Reveal The Well

Liturgy Live 3rd Sunday In Lent | Reveal The Well

This week on the podcast we talk about how Moses was able to be real with God. He prayed in a way that showed his frustration with the people of Israel. The people knew what they needed but they didn't ask God for it. In the Gospel we talk about the woman at the well,...

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