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Best Catholicchurch podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Catholicchurch podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Paul and Olivia are the premiere young sibling duo in conservative politics. Each week they break down the latest news out of Washington, the Trump administration, and across the country with a uniquely traditionalist and Catholic bent that is indebted to the broader Western tradition. They also regularly feature some of the most influential voices in politics, media, and academia. Come join us Tuesdays and Thursdays. Visit our website www.rightonpointpodcast.com to learn more!
 
Be inspired by stories that demonstrate how vibrant faith communities are transforming lives in the poorest regions of the United States. Meet faith-filled people and learn about their unique ministries. See how the work of Catholic Extension is changing people's lives--and how these people are changing the world around them. Learn more at www.catholicextension.org.
 
“I recognize the importance of communications and evangelization, the use of all tools possible to get out the Good News.” —Bishop Burbidge In his threefold role of teaching, sanctifying and governing, Bishop Burbidge is committed to articulating the Good News through all available media. He posts a daily meditation on Twitter (@BishopBurbidge), many of his homilies are available on YouTube, and he enjoys giving video reflections for important events, key Church campaigns, and significant li ...
 
Join us as we explore the Feminine Genius! Each episode features a different Catholic woman sharing her "just one small thing"--the bit of wisdom she has discovered and how it has changed her life. It is our quest to rally together as Catholic women and together discover a path to holiness that is 100% Catholic and 100% feminine. Listen in and we'll laugh, cry and grow together.
 
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On this Memorial Day Special, Paul and Olivia are in studio to discuss the latest statistics from COVID-19 including a look at states after they have reopened. In addition, we look at the Alabama primary between Jeff Sessions and Tommy Tuberville scheduled for July 14, Kushner’s revamping of the GOP platform, and spotlight the Nursing Home catastro…
 
Olivia discusses the Trump administration’s decision to cut funding for the WHO, and the feedback he has received from China and others. We also delve into the current situation in Texas, including the expected meat shortages. Finally, we conclude with a highly anticipated and lively edition of Trump Tweet Thursday! More at rightonpointpodcast.com!…
 
Olivia discusses the latest regarding the Chinese Coronavirus death toll in the United States, which surpassed 90,000 over the weekend. In addition, we look at Cuomo's costly mistakes, Peter Navarro’s latest statement about the threat of China and Jerome Powell’s reaction to the economic fallout of the lockdowns across the nation. Finally, we cover…
 
Things We Learned From Our Moms In this episode we honour Mother’s Day and talk about some essential things we learned from our mothers. We discuss what they have taught us about joy and suffering, and how they revealed the face of God to us. We also chat about how God wants to heal and restore broken relationships with our mothers. Sister Miriam’s…
 
In this week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: Bishop Burbidge addresses basic principles for reintegrating our diocese Pope Francis calls for a World Day of Prayer, Fasting and Works of Charity on May 14 Special guests include Frank Paquette, a high school senior at St. Paul VI Catholic, and his mother Teresa, a volunteer at Our Lady of Good C…
 
TRADCAST 027 (7 MAY 2020) Contents Special Topic: PART 1 of critical review of Taylor R. Marshall's book Infiltration: The Plot to Destroy the Church from Within (Manchester, NH: Sophia Institute Press, 2019) Segment 1: Introductory comments and general remarks; Athanasius Schneider's foreword; Chapters 1-8 Segment 2: Chapters 9-20 Total run time: …
 
This is Bishop Michael Burbidge of the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. This Sunday we will celebrate Mother’s Day. It is a wonderful occasion for sure, but no amount of flowers or phone calls will ever allow us to repay a mother’s love, a love beyond price or measure. There is no substitute for a mother’s presence, no equal to her devotion. For thos…
 
Seized by Beauty (with Bishop Robert Barron) In this episode, we have the distinct pleasure of having Bishop Robert Barron as our guest. We talk about everything from how he takes his coffee to experiences of beauty that lift us beyond the natural to a transcendent encounter with God. We also discuss how to engage with the culture and extract what …
 
Fr. Stefan Starzynski, Hospital Chaplain at Inova Fairfax Hospital, shares powerful stories of helping patients suffering from Coronavirus and comforting the dying in their last moments St. Thomas More Cathedral School celebrates its 75th Anniversary Mass for all students, parents, and school faculty/staff this Wednesday, May 6th at 10a.m. Bishop B…
 
The coronavirus has crippled the world. Anxiety, fear, sadness are certainly understandable feelings. Reluctantly, we are adapting but it is not easy. It has been some time since we gathered together for public celebrations of our faith or enjoyed the company of family and friends. The sounds of spring have given way to sounds of silence on deserte…
 
Living in the Light of Victory (with Fr. Justin Brady) In this episode we have brought back special guest Fr. Justin Brady to talk about how to live in the victory of the resurrection. Fr. Justin is a priest and exorcist and shares some wonderful insights into how to live from a place of friendship with God and find victory in our relationship with…
 
In this week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: Sherri Longhill, Director for Emergency Assistance at Catholic Charities, shares tragic stories about people in desperate need of help and how the Catholic community is responding. World Day of Prayer for Vocations is May 3 There is a desperate need for food among the poor and unemployed The US Bis…
 
Today Olivia discusses the latest Wuhan Virus in the US, including the daily death toll which does not seem to be coming down just yet. In addition, we look at the first states that are loosening the shelter-in-place restrictions, cover the uncertainty around Kim Jong-Un’s health, and delve into the President’s latest executive order targeted at cu…
 
Today Olivia discusses the latest data from the Chinese Coronavirus, including the numbers from the country’s epicenter in New York. We also look at what the second wave of the coronavirus will look like, questions emanating from Spain, the oil futures, and a warning from Dr. Fauci. More at rightonpointpodcast.com!…
 
Though we always have the desire to be bold in living our faith, we will inevitably fail at times. At those moments, the evil one will try to deceive you into thinking you're unworthy to be a follower of Christ, that you don't have the strength to overcome. God wants you to see moments of failure as a gift, as an opportunity to receive his graces, …
 
Pope Francis’ Easter Message In this episode we talk about Pope Francis’s Easter homily. We discuss the themes of not being paralyzed in the midst of fear, overcoming self protection, the power in choosing to do the next right thing, and practicing resurrection in our lives. Small acts of love and receiving the gift of hope can be the game changers…
 
In this week’s episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: Bishop Burbidge reflects on what it was like celebrating Holy Week without the faithful in the Cathedral of St. Thomas More All diocesan priests join in unity and fraternity for virtual Holy Hour on Holy Thursday Governor Northam signs pro-abortion bill on Good Friday Bishop Burbidge explains his g…
 
Today Olivia discusses what the country might look like once self-isolation restrictions are lifted, and looks at developments including Gavin Newsom’s plan for reopening California and Andrew Cuomo’s latest executive order. In addition, we cover highlights from the President’s fiery press conference on Tuesday, the Trump Administration’s decision …
 
Today we discuss a number of different items regarding the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic, including the latest regarding Dr. Fauci’s comments, the audacity of Fake News journalists, and the plan for reopening as considered by NY Governor Cuomo. But first, we address the Catholic Twitter conflict on the SSPX, give a look at the post-Vatican 2 Popes, …
 
Divine Mercy In this episode we talk about the incredible gift of Divine Mercy! We talk a little bit about St. Faustina and our Lord’s revelations to her about his ocean of mercy. We also discuss what a lack of trust looks like and what the stumbling blocks are to trusting in the heart of Jesus. Sister Miriam’s one thing - Tacos! Michelle’s one thi…
 
On this Holy Thursday Special, Olivia discusses the latest regarding the coronavirus numbers, including the stats from “Peak Week” across the country and in the epicenter of New York. We look at the updates from Governor Andrew Cuomo and the potential plateau of the curve. In addition, we cover the World Health Organization’s relationship with Beij…
 
Olivia discusses the latest regarding the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic, including the recent data tracking the scourge of the virus in the United States at large. We also look into the response from the US’ epicenter, as Governor Cuomo of New York extended the “On Pause” order through the end of the month at the earliest. Finally, we cover the late…
 
Holy Week: The Stations of the Cross In this episode we decided to pray through the Stations of the Cross, found in St. Faustina’s Diary. During Holy Week, we wanted to take this opportunity to quiet our hearts and reflect on our Lord’s suffering and death, so we can enter in more fully. We hope that you will use this as a prayer resource and pray …
 
In this week’s episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast: The Church is providing for the needs of the poor Bishop Burbidge announces changes to the Chrism Mass April is Child Abuse Prevention Month Next week will be different, but it will still be Holy! Wisdom from Saint John Paul II that we all need to hear…
 
Olivia and Paul bring to you all of the updates regarding the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic, including the latest with regards to the Coronavirus Task Force, recent statistics, and Dr. Fauci’s newest prediction. We also have a discussion with the author of “Tucker for President” as well as the man of the week: My Pillow’s Mike Lindell! Finally, we i…
 
Olivia brings to you all the latest about the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic once again, including up to date data from within the United States. We also delve into some news stories, including the status of the US-Mexico border, Dr. Fauci’s latest prediction, and talks of a NY quarantine. Finally, we enjoy more CPAC interviews, including Eric Carrol…
 
Epilogue: Living the Painting In this episode we finish up our 6 part series on the book The Return of the Prodigal Son and talk about “Living the Painting”. We talk about how much of our healing happens in the context of community and relationship. We also discuss the process of bringing home parts of ourselves that live far away from God. Each of…
 
Olivia brings to you all the latest about the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic, including the updated data both worldwide and by state. We also delve into the $6 trillion stimulus bill passed in the Senate yesterday, as well as the Easter timeline given by the White House task force. Finally, we look at our interdependency on China, and what it means t…
 
Becoming the Father In this episode, we continue with Part 5 of our book study on The Return of the Prodigal Son and discuss “Becoming the Father”. Many of us have heard the invitation to live as daughters and sons of God, but most of us haven’t heard the invitation to become the father/mother. We will always be children of God, but we are simultan…
 
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