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Christopher Carstens and Dr. Denis McNamara, faculty members at the Liturgical Institute, sit down with host Jesse Weiler every week to talk about Catholic Liturgy. At the end of each episode our Liturgy experts will take time to answer listener submitted questions. For more information about about the Liturgical Institute, visits us at www.LiturgicalInstitute.org.

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Christopher Carstens and Dr. Denis McNamara, faculty members at the Liturgical Institute, sit down with host Jesse Weiler every week to talk about Catholic Liturgy. At the end of each episode our Liturgy experts will take time to answer listener submitted questions. For more information about about the Liturgical Institute, visits us at www.LiturgicalInstitute.org.

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BinxBollings ,

Necessary for Catholics and the Curious

Whether you are a serious Catholic looking to deepen your understanding of the most important practice of your faith (the Mass), a sometime Catholic who wants to understand why Mass is so important and how to get the most from it, or a non-Catholic who is curious about what is going on, the Liturgy Guys is necessary and engaging listening. As a cradle Catholic, I have learned more about the Mass and liturgical practice from 50 episodes of the Liturgy Guys than from 12+ years of Catholic schooling.

Dadwithacameraphone ,

It was Pachamama

Even P. Francis called it Pachamama. It had more than the appearance of a Pagan Goddess it was AN IDOL of a pagan Goddess.

And beyond that the Italian Bishops posted on their website a prayer to Pachamama.

Syncretism, pure and simple. This Coffee Talk Episode was Cowardly.

"We don't have enough info..."

Freaking Francis by his own admission, brought an Idol into St. Peter's to be Worshipped.

Booo!

Virginia in Utah ,

Agnostics Also Need to Listen to This Podcast

Despite being an agnostic, I felt great sadness as the Cathedral of Notre Dame was burning down and felt terrible for humanity in general and Catholics in particular as this geat monument representing the heights of human achievement neared destruction. I was later relieved to hear that the Crown of Thorns, many of the other religious relics and much of the stained glass and artwork appeared to have survived, as these provide Catholics a conduit to connect with and experience the Divine. Society as it exists today is so polarized as to make it almost impossible for agnostics and believers to carry on menaingful dialogs about life, truth, suffering, compassion, what it is to be human, the nature of reality and so on. The Liturgy Guys are to be applauded for providing everyone access to the deeper meanings found within the Liturgy whereby the faithful can utilize its full potential to realize their faith more profoundly, while those looking in from afar are able to gain a fuller understanding of what drives true believers to seek a life in service to God. Thank you.

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