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Best Catholic podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Catholic podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Join well-known theologian and author Edward Sri for weekly insights on understanding and living out the Catholic faith. Delve deeper into the Bible, prayer time, virtue, relationships, marriage and family and culture with practical reflections on all things Catholic. Don't just go through the motions. Live as an intentional Catholic, a disciple of Jesus Christ.
 
Do you have a life full of Christian joy? Jesus said, “I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete.” Join us every week as Dr. Taylor Marshall provides tips and lessons on how to have a life full of meaning, hope, and encouragement through the message of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Dr. Marshall draws from the Bible, the Church Fathers, and Medieval Philosophy to provide a podcast that is full of energy and information. He blogs at www.TaylorMarshall.com.
 
Promoting the virtuous life. Our show is broken down into 3 segments. The first segment we open, review, and enjoy a beverage. The second thing we do is highlight a gear of some kind. And lastly, we have a discussion. We are on the Lord's team. The winning side. So raise your glass. #CheerstoJesusYou can support our show by going to www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow
 
For years, Fr. Peter Musset and Dr. Scott Powell have been commenting on the scriptures in different ways. In this Podcast, you can witness the attempts of two naturally lanky men, brought together by destiny, attempt to draw some meaning and humor out of the sacred treasury of the Scriptures in the context of the liturgy.
 
Lay Catholic evangelists Michael Gormley and Dave VanVickle bring you a podcast series that teaches you how to confidently share your Catholic faith with your family members, friends, co-workers, and the strangers you meet on airplanes. Every episode, Mike and Dave give you five steps you can take each week to become an instrument God uses to spread the Gospel, heal hearts, and renew his Church. Be inspired by stories of miraculous conversions and be reminded that God still powerfully interv ...
 
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Ambassador of International Religious Freedom, Sam Brownback joins The Catholic Association’s Dr. Grazie Christie, Andrea Picciotti-Bayer, and Maureen Ferguson in a new episode of Conversations with Consequences. Ambassador Brownback delves into issues of religious freedom around the world including the strict religious guidelines now in-effect in …
 
Why is Ash Wednesday not a holy day of obligation? A holy day is a day that has been consecrated for God, so in that sense Ash Wednesday is a holy day. At the heart of a holy day of obligation, however, is the Resurrection. For this reason holy days of obligation are times to celebrate and feast. Even in the midst of Lent, we feast on Sundays to ce…
 
How did the Early Church and the Medieval Church observe Lent and Fasting. Dr. Taylor Marshall goes through the origin and history of Lent in the Catholic Church from the Apostles up to the 19th and 20th century laxity in practice. Dr. Taylor Marshall will host a live Q&A at the end. Watch this new podcast episode by clicking here: Or listen to the…
 
A thorough understanding of the world Jesus lived in is vital to a thorough understanding of Jesus himself. I’m talking to Marcellino D’Ambrosio, aka “Dr. Italy” founder of Crossroads Initiative and co-author of Jesus: The Way, The Truth, and The Life about the historical context of the Old Testament, the world in which Jesus began his ministry.…
 
As we continue our focus on the Old Testament texts, we turn this week to the nineteenth chapter of the book of Leviticus. As the name suggests, the book has a good deal to do with the Levites, who were the priests of ancient Israel. Accordingly, there is much talk of ritual, sacrifice, taboo, the clean and the unclean, etc. In a word, the book of …
 
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