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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
 
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.
 
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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Friends, today we share Bishop Barron’s 2022 Commencement Address at Benedictine College, which he offered on May 14, 2022. Well aware that he was on Benedictine ground, a place filled with the mind and spirit of St. Benedict, Bishop Barron shared some simple rules of life that flow from the heart of that great saint.…
 
What was the original experience of man and woman that St John Paul II said was the “key” to understanding God’s plan? Why does the enemy want to “counterfeit” the sacraments, and marriage in particular? Cale deals with these questions and more in this final episode of the miniseries.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Thinking Faith welcomes returning guest Brett Fawcett to discuss what has been called the "Crowning Glory of the liturgical year"; the Feast of Christ the King. Show Snippet "When he (Pope Pius XI) talks about nations and societies and peoples recognizing the Kingship of Christ, it's really important to know what he meant by that and what he didn't…
 
In this episode, Deacon Wally spends some time on the history of Advent, ideas on how to experience a more active participation spiritually during Advent, and some really great and fun family ideas for Advent.על ידי Deacon Wally Calabrese
 
Since during this Advent season we reflect upon the coming of Christ and we prepare ourselves to celebrate His birth, I think it's a good time to be reminded of the way in which our God has chosen to bring new life into the world. Obviously when Christ came into the world, it was a totally supernatural event. The Blessed Mother conceived Him virgin…
 
Today’s culture rails at the Bible’s view of sex and marriage. Is the Old Covenant hopelessly out of date? Is morality malleable? Let’s look back to the beginning — through Jesus’ eyes — to see God’s blueprint for relationships.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Given the violence in the Old Testament, many wrongly believe the God of the Old Testament is different than the God of Jesus Christ. The truth is that God always fights against evil, just in different ways throughout salvation history.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Friends, in many parts of the world the Catholic Church is shrinking. Parishes are closing or merging, pastors are devising strategies of consolidation. But for the Church to flourish, we can’t just manage decline. We need strategies for growth. That’s what Brandon Vogt and I discuss on today’s “The Word on Fire Show.” A listener asks, why should C…
 
He comes in mercy. He comes in compassion to save us. But if we refuse His mercy and compassion, He will destroy us. And we deserve no better. Anyone who would refuse the forgiveness of God deserves eternal damnation. If in their pride and arrogance they do not recognize their need for a Savior, then they do not deserve one. Hell has been prepared …
 
Is God a “moral monster”, as one writer alleges when looking at the violence in the Old Testament? If God commands, “Thou shalt not kill”, then why all the killing in God’s name?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
What’s the evidence OUTSIDE the Bible for the Exodus and Conquest of the Holy Land? You’ll just have to “stele” yourself for the results! Biblical minimalists, beware!על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
In this episode, Cale explains the rise of the “Minimalists” who question the historicity of Old Covenant events like the Exodus and the conquest of the promised land. Do their ideas hold any water? What’s at stake if they’re right?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
If you've never read anything by Frank Sheed, we have two recommendations for you right off the bat- Theology for Beginners, and Theology and Sanity! Joseph wanted to talk about an insight Frank Sheed had in Theology and Sanity, about how original man was gifted with not only a helpmate for the work of the world, but also a helpmate for the work of…
 
Cale looks at which elements of modern evolutionary theory are compatible with Scripture and Catholic doctrine, and which are not — which is a separate question from whether or not evolution is the best scientific explanation for human origins.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
TF322: Reading For Consolation with Dr. Susan Johnston - Part 2 Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett visit with University of Regina English Department head Dr. Susan Johnston as we discuss reading for consolation in difficult times. Show Snippet: "Our faith is a faith for grownups, and we do ourselves, and we do the Church, and we do the faithful a disservic…
 
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
 
A new Word on Fire book titled With All Her Mind: A Call to the Intellectual Life features essays by Catholic women who offer a call to pursue what is too often excluded from our picture of femininity: the intellectual life. Full of practical advice and personal testimonies, and featuring a foreword by celebrated scholar Tracey Rowland, this collec…
 
It is through perseverance that we secure our lives. Perseverance. Perseverance is the ability to suffer patiently as long as it takes until you reach your goal. The goal of course for us is salvation, Heaven. Being faithful to Christ, persevering to the end, regardless of the pain and suffering we have to endure . . . if we do that, then Jesus say…
 
The mighty Egyptian army roars towards the Israelites, who are trapped against the Red Sea. When your back is against the wall (or the water!), God will rise up and act on your behalf, just as he did for Israel.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Some Israelites would rather return to slavery under Pharaoh than serve God in freedom in the wilderness. We’re faced with a similar choice today. Like Bob Dylan sang about: “You gotta serve somebody!”על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Sometimes we lose a little perspective. Sometimes we miss the things that are right in front of our faces. Hopes and dreams are very good things-- granted! But for those raising a family, or hoping to raise a family, it's worth taking a step back and weighing which is the greater good: a particular dream, or the reality of what marriage and family …
 
A direct route to the promised land would have only taken 10 days, not 40 years. Why send the people through the wilderness, then? God wanted to both A) humble, and B) test his people. Would they be loyal to him or not? He does the same with us today.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett visit with University of Regina English Department head, Dr. Susan Johnston, as we discuss reading for consolation in difficult times. Show Snippet: "There is the genuine need for comfort that we all do experience; and what we find comforting should be teaching us something if we are ready to learn it." This podcast is mad…
 
As the people of God are on the road to the Promised Land, Yahweh demands the consecration of the Israelites’ firstborn and first fruits. Why? It’s a reminder that God must be first in every area of our lives, and it’s no less true today.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Friends, what is the role of religion in civic life? Must we bracket religion from the political sphere? Those are pressing questions as we near the midterm elections. On today’s “Word on Fire Show,” Brandon Vogt and I discuss the relationship between politics and religion and the proper place of tolerance. A listener asks, do you have any recommen…
 
You've got seven brothers in the first story, seven brothers in the second story. And one woman in each. At the end of all the stories, everybody dies. In the first story, the seven brothers and their mother die because they're murdered. They're murdered for the law, tortured by the king. In the second story, the seven brothers and the wife die, we…
 
Moses, unbelievably, gives Pharaoh the choice of when the plague of frogs will end. It’s up to him! We also have a choice to be for—or against— God. St Augustine says, “The God who created you without you will not save you without you”.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
The terrifying, final plague descends on the Egyptians: the death of the firstborn. Was God unjust, unfair, and unnecessarily cruel in doing this? PLUS: in our Q&A mailbag segment, Cale answers a question about the darkness that descended on the land when Jesus died. Did this really happen?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
As Catholics, we treasure the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and beloved older versions like the famous Baltimore Catechism. Did you know that Moses basically created the very first Catechism in the book of Exodus? Plus: a listener question about whether or not Mary experienced labor pains when Jesus was born.…
 
November is traditionally a month dedicated to remembering and praying for our dearly departed loved ones and friends. It can also be a time when we experience a deepening or resurgence of grief over losses, whether they have been recent or some time ago. Deacon Eric takes time this week to examine ways we might approach the experience of grief fro…
 
Saint Paul was the ultimate evangelist. Although he wasn’t a pope, it’s fitting that many popes took his name as part of their title. Paul was the ultimate “pontifex”, or “bridge-builder” between people and God, just as God built a “bridge” to reach Paul: the Cross of Christ. St Paul teaches us how to bring others to Jesus, just as he did.…
 
If you don't love God first, then you can't have God, because He's the first good. . . .The Saints have learned to seek all goods in the right order, and God above all others. Which is why when they die and go to Heaven, they get to look at the "goodest" thing ever, for all eternity. The get to bask for all eternity in the greatest desire of their …
 
On today’s episode of The Exodus Series on The Faith Explained, Cale answers the question of why God institutes two separate feasts: Passover and the feast of Unleavened Bread. The answer? One has to do with initial salvation, and the other has to do with sanctification: holiness, becoming like God. “Be holy, as I am holy”, says the Lord in the Old…
 
Friends, today we share a recent discussion between Bishop Barron and the theologian Larry Chapp about Vatican II. The conversation ranges over several topics, including: Why evangelize? Deification through the Cross The 20th-century Biblical Renewal and the Liturgical Renewal Evangelization and the Use of Beauty Revival of Catholic Art If you miss…
 
Why is penance so essential to the forgiveness of our sins? If Jesus Christ paid the price for our sins, why do you and I, when we confess, have to pay at least some price? Because that's what penance is. The mode by which - at least in a small way - we seek to make up for our sin. Obviously our penances are not sufficient to make up for our sin. O…
 
The Israelites must slaughter and consume an unblemished lamb, foreshadowing the sacrifice of the sinless Lamb of God, Jesus Christ. We are likewise commanded to consume his flesh and blood sacramentally in the Eucharist.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
The death of the Egyptian firstborn at the stroke of midnight means the tide has turned, and the “gods” of Egypt are decimated. Yahweh has won, and the dawn of his salvation is close at hand.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
“Lights Out!” The 9th plague (darkness) is a direct attack on Ra, the Egyptian “sun god”. Only the homes of God’s people have light. We, too, must shine like stars amidst the moral and spiritual darkness of the age, reflecting Christ, the Light of the World.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
We dive into another paragraph of Vatican II's decree Ad Gentes (found here: https://www.vatican.va/archive/hist_councils/ii_vatican_council/documents/vat-ii_decree_19651207_ad-gentes_en.html) This one is all about the laity and our role in the Church. Turns out, if we're not living out our faith in the world, the Church won't grow-- but if we do l…
 
Deacon Eric reflects on October as Mental Health Awareness Month and how Moses' habits, when faced with daunting burdens, can provide a lesson for all of us. Show Snippet: "In Exodus 17, Moses begins with the assumption that he alone will stand at the top of the hill with God’s staff to pray for success in battle; it is those around him, Aaron and …
 
God doesn’t send the plague of locusts just to “bug” the Egyptians. Moses is reminded to teach the next generations about Yahweh’s deeds of power. In the same way, we must pass on the Catholic faith to the next generation. But, how?על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
Just for the “hail” of it, Yahweh rains down hailstones on Egypt. He thus reveals himself as the mighty “Storm God”, and announces his control over the land of Egypt. For the first time, people are killed by the plagues, but Pharaoh’s heart remains harder than the stones falling from the heavens.על ידי The Faith Explained with Cale Clarke - Learning the Catholic Faith
 
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