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The Padre Pad digs into what it is like to be a Catholic priest. In each episode the host, Matt Kettinger, has a conversation with a different priest to examine his call to the priesthood, his formation and training, and the joys, challenges and graces that make up the life of a priest.
 
These are the headlines for Monday, April 19th: - On Good Shepherd Sunday, Pope Francis will ordain nine men to the priesthood for the Diocese of Rome - Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany are preparing for a summit to address ongoing hostilities in eastern Ukraine - The Bishops of Costa Rica organize a Day of Prayer for all those affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in the country
 
"How, then, can they call on the one they have not believed in? And how can they believe in the one of whom they have not heard? And how can they hear without someone preaching to them? And how can anyone preach unless they are sent? As it is written: "How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!"" ~Romans 10:14-15 NIV
 
One of the many joys of my priesthood is to live in a community of priests who are on fire for spreading the faith. Each Monday we gather for a little rest around the fire and share stories of our work of sharing the Gospel. So, inspired by our talks around the fire, welcome to “afire”. It is the preaching of the Legionaries in the NY Tri-State. My prayer is that these podcasts will be something of a “fireplace” where you can find light, warmth, and inspiration as you come closer to Jesus Ch ...
 
The Society of St. Pius X is an international priestly society of common life without vows, whose purpose is the priesthood and that which pertains to it. The main goal of the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X is to preserve the Catholic faith in its fullness and purity, to teach its truths, and to diffuse its virtues. Authentic spiritual life, the sacraments, and the traditional liturgy are its primary means of bringing this life of grace to souls.
 
Catholic priests and seminarians talk about the priesthood and about priests who have helped and inspired them in their vocation. Music by Mike Mangione. These Men for Others include St John of the Cross, St Louis Grignon de Montfort, St Maximilian Kolbe, St John Paul II, Blessed Rupert Mayer SJ, Cardinal Otunga, Pater František Pa?ák SJ, Père Maurice Bellière and Fr Michael Hollings. The miraculous image is of the Turin Shroud - the Holy Face of Jesus. For much more, visit Totus2us.com whic ...
 
We discuss the Mother in Heaven, the Patriarchal Order, Priesthood, Marriage, as well as female and male roles within the LDS community. Not a feminist group, but one that explores all things related to the power created through the combination of the feminine and masculine.Get your copy of "We are Adam: the Partnership of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and what it means for you", mentioned in this podcast, here: https://www.amazon.com/We-Are-Adam-Partnership-Garden/dp/1462138241/ref=sr_ ...
 
Welcome to the Canadian Church Leaders Podcast, hosted by Jason Ballard. We are committed to serving church leaders and their teams by sharing conversations focused on pastoral leadership. Each episode features honest and thoughtful interviews with key voices from Canada and beyond. We want you to be inspired and encouraged as you hear the stories of hundreds of churches alongside the learnings of those who are leading today.
 
The Feast of Corpus Christi ( Latin for " Body of Christ ") is the Roman Rite liturgical solemnity celebrating the real presence of the body and blood of Jesus Christ , the Son of God , in the Eucharist —known as transubstantiation. Two months earlier, the Eucharist is observed on Maundy Thursday in a somber atmosphere leading to Good Friday. The liturgy on that day also commemorates Christ's washing of the disciples' feet, the institution of the priesthood and the agony in the Garden of Get ...
 
Talks given by Jesuit Father John Edwards SJ on mission in parishes, bearing witness to the great goodness and love of God made manifest in His Beloved Son Jesus Christ, and showing the treasures of the Church. Track: 'Yours God' by Crossbeam. Visit Totus2us.com for much more. This podcast is in thanksgiving for the life and priesthood of Father John, who went to the House of his Father on the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe 2012. Visit Totus2us.com for much more - dedicated to Our Lady, it i ...
 
REACH-ADOPT-DISCIPLE-INVOLVE-OPEN Welcome to the podcast of Min. Glen A. Guyton, Director of Student Ministries at Calvary Community Church in Hampton, Virginia. It is our mission as CCC Generation Youth Ministries to partner with parents and our community to REACH out to young people and ADOPT them as our very own. We will create an environment and opportunities that will DISCIPLE students in the Word of God, INVOLVE them in serving His Kingdom, and that will OPEN their hearts and minds to ...
 
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After Jesus’ disciples receive the Holy Spirit, they become God’s temple and the physical embodiment of Jesus on earth. This has huge implications for our understanding of what it means to be the church today and live in unity. Dive into this discussion with Tim and Jon as they unpack what it means for followers of Jesus to be the royal priesthood,…
 
Father Justin Huang grew up in Richmond, British Columbia, the third of three brothers. Though not raised Catholic, he started going to Mass when he was 13. After a powerful experience of God’s love through the Sacrament of Reconciliation, he felt called to the Holy priesthood at the age of 16. He is the appointed pastor of St. Anthony of Padua, Va…
 
Today's Liturgy of Holy Thursday inaugurates the sacred Pascal Triduum and itself marks three specific moments of Jesus's ministry: His institution of the Eucharist at the Last Supper; his command to the Twelve to "do this in memory" of Him, by which He establishes the New Covenant priesthood; and His Agony in the Garden, in which He allows the wei…
 
What is the biblical evidence for the Eucharist and the Catholic priesthood?Questions Covered:02:38 – My friends who are Messianic Jews and they say that the Last Supper was just a Passover meal, and he was speaking metaphorically. How can I respond to this? 13:13 – When Pontius Pilate washed his hands of Christ, was he condemning Christ? 44:55 – I…
 
Questions Covered:03:25 – A Protestant told me that the Church made up the priesthood, especially using Hebrews 10:11 to say that priests can never take away sins. How can I answer this? 13:20 – What is Catholic teaching on the relationship between Church and state? Should Church and state be combined? 16:45 – What are the practical steps to becomi…
 
Questions Covered:07:17 – How can I best support non-Catholic girlfriend who is learning NFP for the first time? 10:50 – My friend thinks that under certain circumstances, he can offer the Eucharist for himself, as a layperson. How can I explain to him how wrong this is? 22:13 – What is the proper interpretation of Matthew 5:18? Some people use thi…
 
The Onus of Preaching and Hearing“People don’t have to be taught how to listen to the sermon. Preachers have to be taught how to preach sermons that people want to listen to. The onus is on the Shepherd, not the sheep.”— RECENT COMMENTER ON GOTTESBLOG In terms of the sermon, the author of the above quote places the “onus,” that is, the burden, on t…
 
In this episode, Fr. Anthony talks with the COVID-stricken Fr. Harry Linsinbigler about parish life and the implications of recent survey results from Gallup (on further declines in American church membership) and Pew (on American religion and the COVID). Enjoy the show!By Fr. Anthony Perkins and Ancient Faith Radio
 
Questions Covered:13:18 – Why is the sacrifice of the mass so important to Catholics? 20:09 – How would Steve respond to non-Catholics who say “keep doing this in remembrance of me not in sacrifice of me” from Corinthian’s 11:24? 30:55 – What is the difference between the consecration of the bread versus the wine. For instance, when the priest hold…
 
Thanks to our audience for all your incredible questions! In this week’s episode, we tackle questions like: How could God break his covenant with the tribe of Levi? What’s the connection between the forehead markings of priests and followers of the beast? And why did offering his own sacrifice cost Saul his kingship? Listen in to hear the team answ…
 
Thanks to our audience for all your incredible questions! In this week’s episode, we tackle questions like: How could God break his covenant with the tribe of Levi? What’s the connection between the forehead markings of priests and followers of the beast? And why did offering his own sacrifice cost Saul his kingship? Listen in to hear the team answ…
 
As we continue to reflect on the event of the Resurrection, as we do hearing today's account of Jesus appearing to the Eleven in Luke, one of the things we notice is how different the details of the different accounts are. Do the discrepancies between the accounts make the fact of the Resurrection more or less plausible? As a man once questioned me…
 
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