A Catholic podcast brought to you by the Archdiocese of Regina where we attempt to navigate this winding road of faith in Jesus Christ so that we might know him more intimately, love him more profoundly and together serve him more deeply in our daily lives.
Mark Shea And The Church's Best Kept Secret - Part 1
A special "2-for-Tuesday" release begins a new multi-part interview with Catholic writer and speaker Mark Shea. Talking about his new book "The Church's Best Kept Secret: A Primer On Catholic Social Teaching."
Show Snippet: "Catholic social teaching does not begin with the proposition that human beings are fallen...what Catholic social teaching begins with...is people are fundamentally made in the image and likeness of God..."
Buy the book: https://markpshea.com/mark-shea-shop/.
How to Vote Like A Catholic - Part 2 Q&A with Dr. Brett Salkeld
Wrapping up a two-part set on voting like a Catholic, Dr. Brett fields questions from those gathered for a recent virtual discussion sponsored by the Catholic Information Center in Grand Rapids Michigan.
Show Snippet: "Because something is intrinsically evil doesn't mean you can [simply] vote for or against it, it means that you can [find yourself voting] for policies that...mitigate it, eliminate it, or make it worse..."
How to Vote Like A Catholic - Part 1
This week on the Thinking Faith Catholic Podcast, Dr. Brett Salkeld is invited to speak on the topic of Catholics and voting by the Paulist Fathers and the Catholic Information Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Show Snippet: "This is the kind of logic that leads us to excommunicate one another and to cheer on those figures dedicating themselves to setting other Catholics straight on the internet - to the great glee of the parties..."
Guest Dr. Matt Nelson on The Significance of Hope
This week on the Thinking Faith Catholic Podcast, we feature Dr. Matt Nelson, Assitant Director of Bishop Robert Barron's Word On Fire Institute, and his keynote address for our 2020 Virtual Congress on "The Significance of Hope."
Show Snippet: "There are three things I've thought of that I think most of us have done that will appear foolish in the eyes of the world; we trade worldly goods, for heavenly goods; we rejoice in suffering; we believe in that which is unprovable..."
On Catholic Writing with Brendan Hodge - Part 3
In this part three of three, we wrap up our visit with Brendan Hodge, Catholic writer, blogger, and author of the new book "If you Can Get It" discussing the unique perspective Catholic writing can bring to the world of fiction.
Show Snippet: "I feel like what I at least try to do is deal honestly with how other human beings deal with those kinds of questions, and with knowing other people who are dealing with the place of faith in their lives..."
On Catholic Writing with Brendan Hodge - Part 2
Continuing our conversation with Catholic writer and blogger Brendan Hodge on his new book "If you Can Get It" from Ignatius Press, and what it means to be a 'Catholic' writer.
Show Snippet: "I mean I think we find ourselves at a time right now where a lot of people are struggling with their daily routines being upended...and I think it does cause people to pause and ask really why is it we do the things that we do?"
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