Most Recent Episodes
Enjoy interviews with local pilgrims from across our listening area who are in Washington, D.C. at the March for Life.
Interviews (In Order):
1. Kelsey Fuerstenberg from Fulda, MN
2. Jordan Rentschler from O'Gorman High School in Sioux Falls, SD
3. Bridget Finley from Bishop Ryan Catholic School in Minot, ND
4. Grace Beauchamp from Shanley High School in Fargo, ND
5. Tim Hellwig from Duluth, MN
6. Morgan Gorman from St. Thomas More Catholic High School in Rapid City, SD
7. Jose Jimenez from the University of Mary in Bismarck, ND
8. Fr. Dominic Bouck from St. Mary's Central High School in Bismarck, ND
In the beginning, God made human beings for work. Work is one of the attributes we share with God. We are made to be God’s co-workers in this world. This reality wasn’t lost after the Fall, but it was obscured. We work for the wrong things or in the wrong way. But work is still a blessing if we look at it with the proper vision.
A recent Christianity Today article titled, “Christian, What Do You Believe? Probably a Heresy About Jesus, Says Survey” explores a State of Theology survey conducted in the United States by LifeWay Research, based on interviews with 3,000 Americans. Bishop Barron discusses the alarming results. A listener asks what it feels like for Bishop Barron to act in persona Christi capitis.
Real freedom and joy…real relationships and holiness…are based off telling the truth. The essential virtue of telling the truth about one’s self is humility. Without humility, I remain a mystery to myself and hidden from God and others. With humility, I can finally hear the voice of the Father.
How should Christians use social media? How can we escape its dangers (venomous rhetoric, echo chambers, etc.) and instead use these tools well? Bishop Barron offers his advice and shares how he personally uses these tools. A listener asks whether Bishop Barron is now part of the Intellectual Dark Web after speaking with Ben Shapiro and Dave Rubin.