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Dive Deep

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Dive Deep

Diocese of Springfield in Illinois

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Dive Deep, the official podcast of the Diocese of Springfield in Illinois, is a show where we will dive deep into our faith where we will explore those interesting Catholic questions and issues you may have.
 
“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 ...
 
The Roman Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg was established on June 17, 1968. Situated on Florida's west coast, along the Gulf of Mexico, the diocese covers 3,177 square miles in five counties: Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando, and Citrus. The principal cities of the diocese are St. Petersburg, Tampa, and Clearwater. The diocese serves a total population of approximately 2,900,000, of whom over 425,000 are Catholic.
 
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Searching for More

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Searching for More

Catholic Diocese of Arlington

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Hosted by the Diocese of Arlington, “Searching For More” features interviews and discussions about topics ranging from culture, morality, sexuality, Church history, stories of those who have overcome adversity, the moral implications of public policy, and more. In addition to interviews, some podcasts will emanate from talks, speeches, homilies, and lectures given throughout the Diocese. Have an idea for a topic or guest for the podcast? Please email your idea to info@arlingtondiocese.org.
 
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Parenting Smarts

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Parenting Smarts

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix

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Parenting Smarts! We need them, and sometimes we feel them. Our host, MaryRuth Hackett, is a mom of four with a doctorate in educational psychology, specializing in child development. Parenting Smarts blends together the science of child development and the realities of family life. Thanks for listening! Be sure to subscribe, download, and share with the people you know who could use some Parenting Smarts!
 
Hosted by Jeanne Thill, Straight Talk brings topics of concern to the forefront, directing questions to experts and theologians to help Catholics address issues that give them angst. Jeanne Thill is a regular contributor on Iowa Catholic Radio during the semi-annual Care-a-Thon, host of Read the Bible, and a guest-host for Jon Leonetti in the Morning. Her interest in issues of the day, willingness to ask the tough questions, and laid-back style help to reduce the biggest issues to palatable, ...
 
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Pioneering Plus

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Pioneering Plus

The Diocese of Bath and Wells

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Pioneering Plus is a podcast series for Bath and Wells where we share conversations with people throughout the diocese, exploring the places where God already is, and the church may not yet be. There will be conversation about what it means to be pioneering, and how God is leading us all in new and exciting directions.
 
Come & See Inspirations (C&SI) is a podcasting team based out of Ardagh in West Limerick, Ireland.Tel: +353 (0)87 6088667 Email: comeandseeinspirations@gmail.com Originally starting out in 2010 until 2021 our work was based around our flagship weekly radio programme SacredSpace102fm (SS102fm); now the C&SI team aims to work on various podcasts which contribute to the New Evangelisation and spread hope and faith online and on air. This page hosts C&SI's podcasts including our weekly podcast a ...
 
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I Got Issues

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I Got Issues

The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix

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Feeling like you have to pretend you have faith and relationships all figured out? You are not alone! Check in with Danielle and Miranda and some of their favorite people -- regular, young Catholics just like you. We've all got issues; let's talk about them. Thank you for subscribing and for telling your family and friends!
 
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Minnesota Catholic Podcasts

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Minnesota Catholic Podcasts

Catholic Diocese of St. Cloud, Minnesota

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Minnesota Catholic Podcasts is a series of conversations which covers three areas of interest. The “Heart of Mercy” minute, is a series of podcasts with St. Cloud Bishop Donald Kettler. “Hands of Justice” is a series of podcasts featuring local speakers discussing social issues impacting Catholic culture today. And “Voices of Hope” features guests from across the globe to our own backyard, who bring with them stories of hope, inspiration and wisdom. This show is made possible through the Bis ...
 
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Jesus 911

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Jesus 911

Jesse Romero, Eddie Chavez, Ruben Nava

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Three ex-cops on fire with the Catholic Faith: Jesse Romero, Eddie Chavez and Ruben Nava share true stories of spiritual warfare from the streets of L.A. Join the SOUL PATROL as they take on the world, the flesh and the devil with “just the facts!”
 
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Created & Called Podcast

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Created & Called Podcast

Diocese of Cleveland Vocation Office

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The Created & Called podcast, brought to you by the Vocation Office of the Diocese of Cleveland, seeks to encourage a culture of vocations through the sharing of stories. Learn more about the joys and struggles of the journey to priesthood, consecrated religious life, marriage, diaconate, and single life from those who have lived it!
 
Season 1: The Way of Love Join Bishop Mariann, Bishop of Washington, on an 8-week journey of experiencing Jesus through a rule of life known as The Way of Love. Bishop Mariann will share with you an 8 part sermon series on how experiencing Jesus through intentional spiritual practices will transform you and those around you.
 
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Optimism is Cool Again

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The Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey

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A Biweekly podcast from The Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey. Twice a month, we'll talk with priests, thought leaders, authors and more about what's going on in our communities, our country, and our world from a uniquely Episcopal perspective. No prior experience necessary--along the way, we'll bring us all up to speed on the deep traditions and modern outlook of The Episcopal Church, and seek ways to be the best, most positive disciples of Jesus Christ we can. We hope you'll join us for this ...
 
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Today’s Topics: 1) The Wisconsin Purchase: How Zuckerberg’s millions and the Center for Technology and Civic Life turned Wisconsin blue in 2020 https://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/the-wisconsin-purchase/ 2) Manhattan’s Soros-funded DA lays the foundation for the next crime wave; Instructs DAs to drop prison sentences https://www.zerohe…
 
One of the confounding puzzles of life is our impatience. Whether it is our need to be first in line, frustration while waiting for a stop light that takes too long, or agonizing delays on the tarmac, we are a nation that simply does not want to wait. We may get angry, upset, or even resentful. Our spiritual lives can have the same tendency—to expe…
 
On this weeks podcast we are joined by Martin Browne OSB from Glenstal Abbey to discuss the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2022. The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is traditionally observed from the 18th to the 25th January – the octave of St. Peter and St. Paul. However, some areas observe it at Pentecost or some other time. With Martin we…
 
On this weeks podcast we are joined by Martin Browne OSB from Glenstal Abbey to discuss the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2022. The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is traditionally observed from the 18th to the 25th January – the octave of St. Peter and St. Paul. However, some areas observe it at Pentecost or some other time. With Martin we…
 
In some countries, living as a Christians is dangerous. Casey Chalk shares stories of friends who live in Muslim countries and the difficulties they face. His book is The Persecuted: True Stories of Courage Christians Living Their Faith in Muslim Lands. Today's episode is brought to you in part by Notre Dame Federal Credit Union https://notredamefc…
 
Bishop Olmsted encourages us to look for joy and reject anxiety. Kathleen Beckman helps us equip our families for spiritual battle. You'll get up to date on the latest news including a conversation with Fr. Michael Passo. Today's broadcast is brought to you in part by Catholic Cemeteries and Funeral Homes of the Diocese of Phoenix. www.dopccfh.org…
 
Hear Jeanne Mancini preview this year’s March for Life, themed “Equality Begins in the Womb,” and talk about the importance of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court. Today’s host is Billy Atwell, Chief Communications Officer for the Catholic Diocese of Arlington. Let’s jump right in!…
 
Today’s Topics: 1) Courageous Chicago Priest challenges Cardinal Cupich’s cancellation of Ad Orientem Mass https://catholicismpure.wordpress.com/2022/01/16/courageous-chicago-priest-challenges-cardinal-cupichs-cancellation-of-ad-orientem-worship/ 2) Christian nurse forced out for wearing a crucifix tells her troubling story https://www.dailymail.co…
 
Fr. Bryan gave this homily on the 2nd Sunday of Epiphany at St. Thomas Chaldean Catholic Church. He preached about the danger of allowing our hearts to get hardened. He preached that 2 signs or a hardened heart would be someone unwilling to forgive and someone unwilling to allow Jesus to love others the way that He wants us to love them.…
 
On this weeks programme John and Shane are delighted to welcome Noirin Lynch (Director, FCJ Spirituality House, Spanish Point) back to reflect with us and share a few thoughts about January "blues". A few thoughts on the January Blues January can be a month where we are "expected" to be enthusiastic and energetic signified in part by the pressure s…
 
On this weeks programme John and Shane are delighted to welcome Noirin Lynch (Director, FCJ Spirituality House, Spanish Point) back to reflect with us and share a few thoughts about January "blues". We have our run through the saints of the week and of course our reflection on the Sunday gospel - this week John's account of the Wedding Feast at Can…
 
Fr Gerry Moloney CSsR preached at the 10am Novena Mass in the Redemptorist church in Limerick on 15th January 2022. In his homily he shared his thoughts about the tragedy of Aishling Murphy's death and his prayer for her legacy. He finished with these words - "We pray today that Aishling's legacy will be for a country where no woman of any age, rac…
 
Bishop William Joensen visits with Ken Schreiber, athletic director of St. Albert Catholic School in Council Bluffs – recently named the 2022 Athletic Director of the Year in Iowa. Schreiber’s been in his current role as athletic director since 2001. In that time, St. Albert won 13 state championships, sent 53 teams to state and won the Iowa Travel…
 
He was a brilliant doctor who served those with Down Syndrome. Aude Dugast, the postulator of Dr. Jérôme Lejeune's cause for canonization, discusses his life and her book, Jérôme Lejeune: A man of Science and Conscience. This episode is made possible by our friends at Crowning Glory Tea Room. Visit them at https://crowningglorytearoom.com/…
 
Bishop Olmsted reflects on respecting life. Michael Villanueva joins us to talk about Theology of the Body and culture. You'll get up to date on the latest news including an update from Roberta Bazaldua on the Catholic Women's Conference. Today's broadcast is brought to you in part by Catholic Cemeteries and Funeral Homes of the Diocese of Phoenix.…
 
Today’s Topics: 1) Alabama coach, Nick Saban, credits his Catholic faith with his success https://aleteia.org/2022/01/10/alabama-coach-nick-saban-credits-his-catholic-faith-with-his-success/ 2) What smoking marijuana every day does to you https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/what-smoking-marijuana-every-day-does-to-you/ss-AASl8ZQ?ocid=msedgdhp&…
 
Today’s Topics: 1) Occult ritual opens Europe’s largest train tunnel in front of Europe’s leaders https://haveyenotread.com/occult-ritual-opens-europes-largest-train-tunnel-in-front-of-europes-leaders/ 2) Inaugurating a New World Order ruled by Satan https://www.traditioninaction.org/History/G_033_Tunnel2.htm 3) Satanic ceremony nobody seemed to no…
 
On this week’s episode of The Walk Humbly Podcast: Bishop Burbidge reflects on the deadly apartment fires in New York and Philadelphia. The Vatican has issued clarifications on recent directives regarding the Traditional Latin Mass. Bishop Burbidge explains what that will mean in our diocese. Pope Francis made headlines for saying the choice to hav…
 
We all want our kids to be Catholic, but how do we create a Catholic culture in our homes? MaryRuth explores strategies for building a family culture with Christ at the center. Parenting Smarts blends together the science of child development and the realities of family life. We hope it helps you. Be sure to subscribe, download, and share with othe…
 
Today’s Topics: 1, 2) Chicago Cardinal Heckled & Booed During Pro-Life Rally https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2022/01/09/chicago-cardinal-heckled-and-booed-during-pro-life-rally/ 3) Jesus 911 listener talks about how his Catholic Faith helped him survive prison 4) Christian nurse forced out for wearing a crucifix tells her troubling story https:/…
 
The sudden end of holiday activity can be a let-down. For most, the lows we may experience have few long-term effects. However, depression—which affects many—is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. Symptoms include prolonged periods of sadness, loss of interest in once-loved activities, and low self-worth. However, depressi…
 
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