Most Recent Episodes
John Henry Newman’s spiritual autobiography, Apologia Pro Vita Sua, is widely recognized as a classic of religious literature. Chronicling his conversion from Anglicanism to Catholicism, it explores the arguments and discoveries that convinced the Anglican churchman to cross the Tiber. In today’s episode, we share the second half of a talk Bishop Barron gave on the book and its influence.
In the final part of this special broadcast from the Convocation of Parish Leaders, hosts Brad Gray and Steve Splonskowski visited with Fr. Frank Donio of the Catholic Apostolate Center about the starting point of evangelization and where it comes from. The three also discussed the current crisis in the Church and addressed the role evangelization plays in overcoming the present crisis. Our hosts then recapped the entire broadcast and previewed what was to come at the Convocation.
Hosts Brad Gray and Steve Splonskowski brought you this live broadcast from the Convocation of Parish Leaders, hosted by the Diocese of Fargo and Crookston. In this first part, our hosts provided an overview of the Convocation and visited with Deacon Mark Krejci and Bob Noel of the Diocese of Crookston about the vision behind this event and how missionary discipleship needs to incorporate the family.
In this twelfth 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:
That You May Not Fall Away
That You May Find Peace in Me
That They May All Be One
To find a study guide for each part of the program and to learn more visit: sacredheartproductions.org/
We have to learn the worship of God in a similar way that we need to learn the Word of God. The more we know What we are doing, Who we are offering, Why it is crucial, and When to focus, the more we will be able to do more than watch…we will be able to worship.