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Ever wondered who was who, which was quite what, in the family of the Catholic Church? There are so many wonderful communities and religious orders, families within the family of the Catholic Church - a fabulous party of brothers and sisters, older cousins and new babies. On this podcast, fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers will talk about their communities. Totus2us is dedicated to the mother of us all, Mary Immaculate. Visit Totus2us.com for lots more. Totus Tuus (All Yours) was the mot ...
 
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On Saturday September 12th, Fr. Kerry unveiled "Building Saints", a capital campaign to build a new St. John Catholic Student right in the spot where the current St. John's stands. This episode gives out listeners an inside look at the project. Learn more at www.BuildingSaints.comBy St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. John Catholic Student Center
 
As we prepare the celebrate the Memorial of Oklahoma priest and martyr Stanley Rother, our Payne County pastors tell the story of his life and ministry and bring it all back to Stillwater to show that we can do what Blessed Stanley Rother did. We can be missionary disciples here, there, and everywhere. To learn more about Blessed Stanley Rother- ht…
 
With Fr. Kerry out of town, Fr. O'Brien is joined by Dr. Matt Cabeen, a Catholic and an OSU microbiologist. We're talking about whether science and faith can go together and how the Catholic Church views and relates to the scientific world. Enjoy!By St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. John Catholic Student Center
 
With Fr. O'Brien enjoying the mountains, Fr. Kerry takes the mic for a spirited interview with Benedictine Monk Father Paul Sheller, OSB. Fr. Paul is a Stillwater native and his parents are parishioners at St. Francis Xavier. A former seminarian of the Diocese of Tulsa, Fr. Paul joined Conception Abbey and holds numerous jobs in the monastery there…
 
Joined by Diocese of Tulsa seminarian Leo Morales and on the heels of racial unrest around the country, Fr. Kerry and Fr. O'Brien discuss Corpus Christi and the beautiful graces the Lord gives us through the Eucharist. This includes the grace to really love and welcome all those around us.By St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. John Catholic Student Center
 
Arguments come and go about who is the greatest basketball player of all time. Jordan? LeBron? Kareem? Magic? Kobe? But what can we learn about our spiritual lives from the basketball career of Michael Jordan? This week's podcast and radio show will make you laugh and challenge you to be a better follower of Jesus Christ!…
 
On Friday May 29, 2020, Fr. Kerry Wakulich celebrates 10 years of priesthood! Our priests look back at the ups and downs of priesthood in the Diocese of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma and focus especially on Fr. Kerry's various assignments and his life as a Priest of Jesus Christ!By St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. John Catholic Student Center
 
During the time of Covid-19, there's a lot of disappointment. RCIA candidates and catechumens, First Communion kids, Confirmation students, no public Easter vigil, having to stay home, not being able to come to Mass, not being able to see our loved ones and so much more bring about disappointment. As people of faith, what do we do with our disappoi…
 
In the Easter season, it's common to see media accounts attempting to debunk the historicity of the Resurrection of Jesus. In this episode, Fr. Kerry and Fr. O'Brien are joined by Diocese of Tulsa seminarian Alessandro Calderoni and they discuss the best arguments to prove the resurrection.By St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. John Catholic Student Center
 
Happy Easter! This week Fr. O'Brien and Fr. Kerry give insights into what ministry in Payne County looks like in a time of quarantine and social distancing. It would seem that there would not be a lot to do but our priests and working hard to keep people connected and to help everyone to pray.By St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. John Catholic Student Center
 
Recorded before the outbreak of Covid-19, Fr. Kerry and Fr. O'Brien introduce us to the holiest days of the year, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday leading into the Octave of Easter. This year's Triduum will be celebrated privately and live streamed at both St. John Catholic Student Center and St. Francis Xavier.…
 
With public celebrations of the Mass on hold across the United States, this is a time to embrace The Liturgy of the Hours. Called "The Prayer of the Church", the Liturgy of the Hours is easily accessible via smartphones and computers and also through the 1 or 4 volume breviary. Here's the link to the iPhone app- https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ibrevi…
 
The Stations of the Cross is a big part of the devotional life of Catholics in Payne County. Offered each Friday of Lent at St. John Catholic Student Center and St. Francis Xavier, the Stations helps us walk through the last hours of Jesus before His death. Join us for Stations of the Cross here in Stillwater or at a parish near you! Bring the kids…
 
For a variety of reasons, some Catholics don't come to Mass on a regularly basis. Fr. O'Brien and Fr. Kerry try to address those reasons and invite non-practicing Catholics back to Mass! This episode is great to pass on to family and friends!By St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church and St. John Catholic Student Center
 
To celebrate Vocations Awareness Week, Father Kerry and Father O'Brien tell the stories of their influences and major events on how they became priests. Tune in for fast paced and interesting stories of our Stillwater pastors. "Pastors of Payne" is available on the radio statewide on the Oklahoma Catholic Broadcasting Network on Wednesdays at 3:30p…
 
Where does the Nicene Creed come from? The Council of Nicea! This week, our Stillwater based priests discuss the history and importance of Church councils. Over the centuries there have been a bunch. What are they and what are they important? Tune in and find out. The Nicene Creed I believe in one God,the Father almighty,maker of heaven and earth,o…
 
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