Most Recent Episodes
Knowing the Scriptures Bible Study: Lesson 11 (Luke 18 – 19:10)
In this eleventh 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: The Corrupt Judge and the Importunate Widow, The Pharisee and the Tax Collector, and Zacchaeus’ Encounter with Jesus. To find a study guide for each part of the program and to learn more visit: sacredheartproductions.org/
Word on Fire: Re-Judaizing Catholicism
In his recent interview with Ben Shapiro, Bishop Barron said that he wants to “re-Judaize Catholicism”—to read Christ, the Bible, and the Christian faith through the lens of Israel. How do we do this? That’s what he and host Jared Zimmerer discuss in today’s episode. A listener asks why the East and West churches split, and why they haven’t been reunited.
Knowing the Scriptures Bible Study: Lesson 10 (Luke 16 – 17)
In this tenth 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: The Parable of the Enterprising Steward, The Parable of the Rich Man and Lazarus, and The Healing of the Ten Lepers. To find a study guide for each part of the program and to learn more visit: sacredheartproductions.org/
Reflections with Fr. Mike Schmitz: The Peace of Christ
The promised Holy Spirit gives many gifts, but few are more powerful and profound than the Spirit’s gift of peace.
Word on Fire: Non-Catholic Q&A w/ Bishop Barron
Non-Catholic listeners send in their questions for Bishop Barron. Questions include: As a Christian, do you ever think, “What if God doesn’t exist”? How are Adam and Eve guilty of disobedience if they had no knowledge of good/evil until after they ate of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil? Why did the disciples betray Jesus despite seeing miracles? Why is God almost exclusively referred to as a masculine entity in the Catholic Church? How do I understand Mary’s important in the Catholic Faith? Is it essential? How can we trust the Bible, when evidence shows the Old Testament isn’t true? Did John Henry Newman have any disagreements with the Catholic Church before his conversion?