Most Recent Episodes
Knowing the Scriptures Bible Study: Lesson 13 (Acts 25-26)
In this lesson, Dr. Jan George, a retired university teacher of literature with a Master of Theology from the University of Dallas and founder of Sacred Heart Productions, discusses: King Agrippa Is Eager to Hear Paul; Paul Considers Himself Fortunate; and Festus and Agrippa Respond to Paul’s Message.
Ignition: JPII on Faith and Reason, Part I
Dr. Chris Burgwald, Director of Adult Discipleship and Evangelization for the Diocese of Sioux Falls, begins a conversation with Cameo Anders about St. John Paul II's document on the relationship between Faith and Reason.
Seeking Truth Bible Study: Gospel of John (Overview Part 1)
We begin our study of the beautiful Gospel of John with an overview lecture. John the Evangelist wrote this powerful book for a specific purpose: “So that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that believing you may have life in his name (Jn 20:31).” John’s Gospel differs from the synoptic Gospels, presenting a highly theological perspective of the life of Christ. Unlike the synoptic writers who begin with historical facts surrounding the life of Christ, John begins at the beginning, drawing us back to Genesis and the creation of the world. His Gospel is rich with imagery, irony, symbolic themes.
Reflections with Fr. Mike Schmitz: One Star
We know that God is faithful because He has fulfilled what He has promised. But He does not need to do what He has not promised to do.
Word on Fire: The Warrior King of Christmas
How many Christmas cards and nativity scenes have you seen presenting the baby Jesus as soft and saccharine? Well, that’s not how the Bible describes him. There, Jesus is presented as a warrior king, who came with a heavenly army to battle against the dark powers of the world. In this episode, excerpted from Bishop Barron’s CATHOLICISM film series, discover the real meaning of Christmas, and the extraordinary infant king at its center.