10 episodes

A Byzantine Catholic Podcast about Mystery WhatGodIsNotPodcast@gmail.com

What God is Not Father Michael O'Loughlin and Sister Natalia

    • Christianity
    • 5.0, 64 Ratings

A Byzantine Catholic Podcast about Mystery WhatGodIsNotPodcast@gmail.com

    To Be or Not to Be: "Earning" God's Love

    To Be or Not to Be: "Earning" God's Love

    • 1 hr 8 min
    Revealed Concealed

    Revealed Concealed

    • 1 hr 2 min
    What is Love Love?

    What is Love Love?

    • 1 hr 1 min
    No Safety Net

    No Safety Net

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Still Relevant? Plus logo.

    Still Relevant? Plus logo.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    Is the Church Relevant?

    Is the Church Relevant?

    • 54 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
64 Ratings

64 Ratings

JPMAN12 ,

Wonderful!

Such a blast hearing three familiar voices on a podcast that is so fun to listen to 😄

jaquesbrel ,

Fantastic view into Byzantine Catholicism

Father Michael of Catholic Stuf You Should Know Fame joins forces with a Byzantine Catholic Nun offering a much-needed female perspective on theological issues (something CSYSK could use!) I love the insights into the Byzantine Catholic tradition, and their different ways of looking at things such as the role of monasticism and its model for the world. Highly recommended!

Btwngreengray ,

Great topics and great spiritual insight.

Father michael brings his usual deep spiritual insight into this podcast, and sister Natalia adds the female perspective which is certainly needed when discussing faith and spirituality. With that said, I do want to say I sometimes find it very distracting (and I say this with all due respect) when sister Natalia chides or castigates Fr Michael for interrupting or “stealing” one of sisters ideas or points. I know there’s that element of them being friends for a while, so I know there’s a degree of camaraderie and teasing taking place. But, idk... like I said, I find it very distracting. Again, with all due respect! I just wonder if giving father a little less of a hard time about things might be needed. That’s just an observation I’ve come to since the podcast began.

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