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In this hour, host Michael Wilde came to you live from the RiverCentre in St. Paul, MN. He previewed this year's Catholics at the Capitol event and its importance as he visited with Jason Adkins, Executive Director of the Minnesota Catholic Conference, and Bishop Andrew Cozzens of the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis.
Hope is not a “soft” virtue. It is a fighting virtue. Hope is what enables us to live in the present with strength and conviction. It takes hope to take action.
Recently, Bishop Barron watched several YouTube conversations between Sam Harris, a well-known atheist, and Dr. Jordan Peterson, one of today’s most prominent and beguiling intellectuals today. We’ve talked in past episodes about Dr. Peterson’s reliance on Carl Jung, and his archetypal reading of the Bible, but today we explore Dr. Peterson’s similarities to Immanuel Kant, especially when it comes to the question of God. A listener asks why a Hindu should become Christian if Hinduism seems to have a more peaceful history.
In this eighth 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:
- Love and the Fulfillment of the Law
- Freedom and the Demands of Love
- The Old Testament as Divine Instruction
- The Usefulness of Trials and Temptation
To find a study guide for each part of the program and to learn more visit: sacredheartproductions.org/
There are some things in our lives (our decisions, our wounds, our weaknesses) that we wish and pray were gone. God calls you and I in our weakness; He doesn’t necessarily call us out of our weakness.