Daily podcasts on the Greek Catholic Calendar of Saints
The Need for Revolution
In today's episode Bill interviews Dominic Krestyn, a Ventura, California local who has been one of the people defending his city's statue of St. Junipero Serra. Bill talks about the ideologies at play in the recent uprising against Christianity and western culture. We reflect on Ven. Fulton Sheen's description on true revolution. We hope you enjoy!
Tomorrow is the feast of St. Euphronye of Polotsk. She lived a dynamic journey, giving up worldly influence in exchange for heavenly servitude. Today Bill gives us the deets of her life and Sarah offers her thoughts on feminine sanctity, something we affectionately call “Galtholicism”. You’re seriously gonna want to hear this one!
Scum & Refuse
Admitting that we are weak can be scary. However, when we survey scripture and the Church Fathers, our flaws are really God’s special way of perfecting us. Have you ever felt that you needed to hide you defects in Church? If so, we might have some helpful thoughts for you. Also, in this episode we announce the winner of the #MaryIsForMary icon giveaway. We hope you enjoy today's episode.
This is a follow-up from an episode we did last summer on Ss. Boris & Gleb. They were some of the first saints of the Rusyn people, and for a reason. This episode focuses on their reception by the newly baptized christians of the Kievan Rus.
No, Easter Kinda Sucked
It did. And that's okay.
Entrance of Our Lord into Jerusalem (Palm Sunday)
This weekend we are celebrating Palm Sunday. With the help of the writings of St. Theophylact, Bill goes through the rich symbolism of Sunday's passage. Get your ass ready for this one!
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