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The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke is a 30-minute show delving into the teachings of the Catholic faith. Cale looks at the Scriptures, the Catechism, and Sacred Tradition to present you with an in-depth look at what the Catholic Church believes. In listening to this show, you will not only gain a deeper understanding of the faith, but will be inspired and equipped to share it with others – family, friends, and those you encounter in your everyday life.
 
Anchored in Hope is a weekly podcast devoted to bringing hope through the Good News of Jesus Christ. Join Father Larry Richards as he helps you discover the reason for your hope. Anchored In Hope is part of the Reason For Our Hope Foundation founded by Fr. Larry Richards. Learn more at www.TheReasonForOurHope.org
 
The Faith Full Catholic Podcast tells true stories about the Catholic faith in today’s world through compelling, narrative audio journalism. Episodes include interviews, narrative storytelling, and a blend of high-quality production techniques. The independent, listener-supported project is hosted and produced by Tony Ganzer. He’s a long-time public media journalist and writer by trade, and a Catholic by choice and upbringing. Ganzer has reported on many things over 15 years in the US and Eu ...
 
By the time a Catholic enters adulthood, they are more likely today, than ever, to stop following their Catholic Faith. We must work together to turn this around. Parents have the most serious obligation to do everything in their power to ensure their children's physical, social, cultural, moral, and religious upbringing. If you are ready to learn more about the Catholic Faith and take more responsibility to help those you know to prepare for eternal life in heaven, you've come to the right ...
 
My Soul Delights is a Catholic podcast and programme exploring the beauty of our Christian faith and the way in which God's love restores and renews us. If you would like to get in contact, email msdcatholic@gmail.com. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
ABOUT BRIDGET ALABI ---------------------------------------- Hi! I'm Bridget Alabi. I'm a social scientist, a fertility therapist, and a theologian. I support women to fulfil their motherhood vocation in a way that aligns with Catholic faith and spirituality. Through this podcast, I explore the theology and practice of Catholic motherhood. Women have a primary vocation to order the world to God in love and motherhood is the ordinary way for us to fulfil that vocation. However, to fulfil this ...
 
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.
 
Our faith gives us our light so we can permit others to shine brightly. Join me as I visit with amazing individuals living out their call in life in powerful ways. The Catholic life is rich with dynamic people, liturgy, scripture, saints, cathedrals, prayer, adoration, of the Blessed Sacrament, sacraments, devotions, mystics, miracles, sacramentals, sacred spaces, shrines, pilgrimage, incorrupt bodies, Marian apparitions, faith-based travel, and so much more. Join the many exciting conversat ...
 
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Why did the flood happen? Was the flood regional or did it cover the entire earth? Cale looks at archaeological and scientific evidence of the flood and considers its geographical scope. What would it have been like for the animals on the ark? Ultimately, what does this story tell us about God?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
This week Deacon Eric discusses a recent trip to the Yorkton area where he spoke about Evangelization and parish renewal with a focus on evangelization as the core mission of the Church and how the Word of God provides a key starting point. Show Snippet: "In 2019 Pope Francis gave us a key starting point by declaring the third Sunday in Ordinary Ti…
 
Friends, do we have a right to choose how and when we die? Should we be worried about the rapid rise of euthanasia, including in the United States? Euthanasia has been in the news lately thanks to reports out of Canada, where last year, over 10,000 Canadians ended their lives via euthanasia. Those numbers are sure to go up, as Canada has loosened r…
 
Who are the “righteous remnant”? Do the animals on the ark have a special significance? Cale shares a key phrase for the entire flood narrative, some incredible insights from the early Church Fathers, and much more!על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
The laws of ancient Israel were about putting love in action. Sin, including sorcery, seduction, selfish lending practices…are you scandalized yet! (Another s-word)and all kinds of other faults, demonstrated a lack of love that would not go unnoticed—or unpunished—by God. Also, here, for the first time, God reveals that he is “compassionate”. But h…
 
Judging people. It's easy to do, easy to justify, and yet, somehow, it's still probably not all that good for us or for others. So we talk about judging others, and why we might judge people, and what we can do to ameliorate our judgy-ness. Bonus-- Crystal is back!על ידי Joseph and Crystal Gruber
 
We’re used to seeing people in coutroom dramas (and in real courtrooms!) putting their hand on a Bible and swearing “to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so help me God.” But in ancient Israel, having to “swear to God” before the blazing pillar of fire was, literally, an “awe-some” way of getting to the truth of the matter…
 
In Exodus, God tells Moses he only wants a “bare-bones” altar to be built. No carved stones, no outer beauty. Does this mean Catholics are wrong to build beautiful Cathedrals? Plus, in our Q&A segment? Are there really 8 Beatitudes…or are there actually 10?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
You know the old saying: a picture is worth a thousand words. An image, a picture, is able to say so much . . . when this image is an image of Jesus Christ - a holy image of Jesus Christ, or the Stations of the Cross, or the Crucifix, the Word of God - in essence, it's like reading the Bible. It's like reading the Gospel stories. There's no greater…
 
Crime and punishment in ancient Israel wasn’t like 21st-century America. It was about restitution, not incarceration. There weren’t supermax prisons for perpetrators, but criminals did pay for their misdeeds—often with their lives.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Amidst all the laws of ancient Israel, one thing holds true: it takes a village. It takes a village not only to raise a person, but it also takes a village to corrupt a person...and to judge a person. Perhaps unlike modern, individualistic societies in the West, everyone had to take responsibility to put love in action towards neighbor.…
 
Did you know the concept of taking sanctuary in a house of worship actually comes from the Book of Exodus? Plus, Cale shows how Israel used the “lex talionis” (the law of retribution) to deal with violence. Jesus takes this concept and turns it upside down...or, right side up!על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
During this Week of Christian Unity Thinking Faith, through the sponsorship of St. Thomas More College, the Prairie Centre for Ecumenism, the Archdiocese of Regina, and Campion College presents the following lecture featuring Bishop Bruce Myers at Campion College in Regina. Drawing on decades of reflection on ecumenical reception and formation, Bis…
 
It might shock you to know that after the Israelites escaped brutal slavery in Egypt, they themselves had slaves. What is this all about? And how did the Judeo-Christian tradition eventually abolish slavery?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Friends, the Eucharist is the source and summit of the Christian life. In the Mass, God is glorified and humans are sanctified. In his keynote address at the recent Good News Conference, Abbot Jeremy Driscoll walks us through the beauty and richness of the Mass, in which we worship the Lord and then are sent out to proclaim the Good News of Jesus’ …
 
Father offers a follow-up to last week's homily on gossip. Knowledge, truth. These are good for everyone. But data, facts, and information aren't for everyone. As parents, you know this inherently for your own children. You keep certain information away from them because it's not helpful. They're either too immature, or it's just not important. It …
 
Before Yahweh gives the 10 Commandments on Mt Sinai, he needs to remind his people who he is, who they are, and of the healthy boundaries that determine their relationship.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Jesus was not impressed by those in his day who claimed to keep—and teach—the law of Moses. How Jesus’ interpretation of Moses is the right one. our Q&A segment: Did St Francis of Assisi write the “Serenity Prayer”?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
This week Brett continues his conversation with Mark Hornbacher of the St. Paul Street Evangelization Apostolate to discuss Hornbacher's critiques of Brett's Church Life Journal article "Hell is Good News." Show Snippet: "It's at least possible that we've bought into a kind of even more subtle log-in-the-eye kind of thing. And so we, we just always…
 
Did Jesus reject the Old Testament laws of Moses? Plus, in our Q&A segment: Why would God create the devil—and other evildoers, knowing in advance the bad they would do?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Friends, we just marked the 60th anniversary of the opening of Vatican II, the Second Vatican Council. Six decades later, can we say the Council was a success? A failure? Something in between? On today’s episode of “The Word on Fire Show,” Brandon Vogt discuss a provocative pair of op-eds published in the New York Times by Ross Douthat, who argues …
 
Now, the sin of gossip, typically falls under the eighth commandment: thou shalt not bear false witness. technically it has to do with lying, but any type of sin in regards to your speech.What you might not know, is that the Saints and the Church Fathers tell us it also relates to the fifth commandment. Thou shalt not kill.Gossip, slander, calumny,…
 
The Commandments prohibiting murder, adultery, theft, and lying are clear, but as @CaleClarke explains, it’s the last two commandments against coveting that give us the key to keeping the rest. Plus, in our Q&A session: Did St Paul REALLY say that we don’t need to obey the 10 Commandments?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale explains that the 10 Commandments are a great opportunity to examine one’s conscience and ask, “Am I living as I ought to be?” Dies Domini https://www.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/apost_letters/1998/documents/hf_jp-ii_apl_05071998_dies-domini.htmlעל ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Cale explains that The 10 Commandments are similar to other sets of laws in the ancient world—and that shouldn’t bother you one bit. Plus: in our Q and A session. How can Jesus use the contrasting images of “fire” and “darkness” for hell? The answer lies in the Dead Sea Scrolls.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
This week Brett sits down with Mark Hornbacher of the St. Paul Street Evangelization Apostolate to discuss Hornbacher's critiques of Brett's Church Life Journal article "Hell is Good News." Show Snippet: "This is, in response to, some debates in popular Catholicism around the efforts of people like Bishop Baron and the theology of Hans Urs von Balt…
 
Cale explains that The 10 Commandments are not “rules” that God arbitrarily imposes from above. Rather, they are Love. This is how you want to love, and be loved!על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Friends, how do we educate the whole person? Religious sister and mental health counselor Sr. Josephine Garrett talks about this question in her keynote speech at the recent Good News Conference. In her talk, Sr. Josephine shares how in order for the whole person to be educated, the object of the education must be properly ordered to the love of Go…
 
What lead these men to Christ? It was the star. It was the sign in the sky, that God had placed there, to direct them on their journey to Truth. Each of us in our lives need some type of guiding star. Some sign - some person - to direct us to Christ. We were all lead to Christ by someone else. . . .It is the Lord's plan that a mother and a father b…
 
3 young men are thrown into a fiery furnace, 3 young men walk out. What happened while they were there? How does it prepare the way to understand the Crucifixion? How does it dispose our hearts to bear suffering? Joseph and Deacon Jacob sit down to figure it out! The full chapter can be found here: https://bible.usccb.org/bible/daniel/3 If you'd li…
 
In the business world, they call it “key man risk”. If a CEO burns out or dies, the whole organization falls apart. That’s what’s happening with Moses: he’s trying to do the work of 10 men, and he’s falling into the devil’s trap of trying to be like God in all the wrong ways.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
After plagues and battles, what a relief to see the camp of Israel as a quiet place of family, fellowship, and ordinary life! We, too, must find God in the middle of everyday life...or we’ll never find him at all.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
With the Christmas season continuing in full swing, we invite you to take a few minutes to reflect on Bishop Donald Bolen's Christmas Message to the faithful of the archdiocese of Regina. From all of us at the Archdiocese of Regina and the Thinking Faith Catholic Podcast, we pray that your Christmas has been filled with grace and that 2023 brings a…
 
Deacon Wally briefly speaks on season 1 and looks forward to exciting new season this year. The first topic is Believing What You Read! How do we do this? Spend the next 38 minutes with Deacon Wally to find out more!על ידי Deacon Wally Calabrese
 
Cale begins our new mini-series with a look at evolution. Is the Bible out of step with modern science? How should we understand the Creation narrative in Scripture? Learn how science and faith aren’t in conflict, but complement one another.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Friends, did you know that the birth rate in America is the lowest it’s ever been? Why have families stopped having so many kids, and what can we do about it? On today’s episode of “The Word on Fire Show,” Brandon Vogt and I discuss a recent First Things article by Kevin DeYoung titled “The Case for Kids”. A listener asks, how do you reconcile the …
 
This dogma of our faith that Mary is not just the Mother of Christ, She is the Mother of God Himself, is necessary for belief in Jesus Christ. It is necessarily tied to the incarnation and birth of our Savior. We are required to believe it. It was in the plan of the Father that the Logos, the Word, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity, His eter…
 
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