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Ep. 96: Running the Race, Keeping the Faith
What does it mean to be both physically and spiritually fit? We talk to super-athlete Sister Stephanie Baliga; Olympian Dominique Dawes; and Bishop Thomas Paprocki, the “Holy Goalie.”
Ep. 95: Ever ancient, ever new
This Holy Week, we explore a few of the Church’s earliest Easter pilgrimage traditions in Rome. Producer Jonah McKeown investigates the hymns you won’t hear at Easter Mass this year.
Ep. 94: God Save Ireland
Travel with us to 17th-18th century Ireland to learn about how Catholicism was nearly stamped out in Ireland...and how Catholics emerged stronger than before.
Ep. 93: Lent Around the World
We travel to Lebanon, Timor-Leste, Madagascar, El Salvador and China to hear about the foods and traditions that Christians use to mark the season of Lent.
Ep. 92: Make it personal
In honor of Black History Month, we take a look at a new personal parish in Pittsburgh in the Black Catholic tradition.
Ep. 91: Mardi Gras (and all that jazz)
We head down to Louisiana to talk with some Catholics about the Mardi Gras traditions they know and love.
Beautiful spectrum of Catholic topics
Thank you for this incredible podcast. The stories and insights are very enjoyable, engaging and memorable. You bring the lived experience of the Catholic faith to the fore. It’s become a weekly habit. Thank you.
I always love this podcast, but Episode 68, about the birth of the Marvel comic and about the life of John Paul II, was exceptional! More like this please!
And yesterday’s episode was equally fantastic. Informative, touching, professional, personal and funny! 🇮🇪
CNA newsroom is a must-listen every time!!
This podcast is such a welcome oasis in the desert of what passes for news today. It interweaves our Catholic faith into stories and subjects I rarely hear elsewhere. I’ve often thought there should be a news program that highlights how Christianity brings light into these troubled times and this is it.
I rarely rate anything with 5 stars, but this podcast really deserves it.