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We bring you local hosts and guests from across the dioceses of Fargo, Bismarck, Crookston, Rapid City, Duluth, Superior, New Ulm, Sioux Falls, Winona-Rochester, and Cheyenne.
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Join us as we pray for all those affected by the coronavirus.
Comparing traditional Religious Education to the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd.
A “How To” for high school graduates to stay connected to their faith.
Returning to Mass with COVID-19 guidelines.
Daily Mass with Fr. Paul Rutten
Please pray for Sr. Celine, who is recovering from an injury.
Please pray for Scott as he searches for a new job.
Please pray for the repose of the soul of Andrew, who left this earth age 30, please pray for his father David, his sister Erica and all his family.
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Recordings from special events, guest speakers, live drives, and more.
One day in 1961, the famous physicist Richard Feynman stepped in front of a Caltech lecture hall and posed this question to a group of undergraduate students: “If, in some cataclysm, all of scientific knowledge were to be destroyed, and only one sentence was passed on to the next generation of creatures, what statement would contain the most information in the fewest words?”
In today’s episode we apply that same thought experiment to some of the greatest thinkers and saints from our tradition. What one sentence would encapsulate their thought? We look at Moses, Jesus, Paul, Augustine, Aquinas, Merton, and even Bishop Barron’s own “cataclysm sentence”!
A listener asks whether God made a mistake in creating humans.
At some point, the exile will end. You will be able to go back. But why? What is the reason why you will go back?
Dr. Chris talks with Deacon James Keating about his personal journey of faith and what we can learn from it.
Pray With Us
We invite you to pray our special presentation of the Real Presence Radio Family Rosary. We visited families throughout our listening area and recorded this beautiful prayer with moms, dads, and their children. As your family of faith and hope, we’re excited to join with you in this prayer!