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As a modern Catholic guy, it's hard to find the balance. We know that God should come first, but what does that really mean? We know we're supposed to love our wife, but how do I do that when I'm overwhelmed by work and kids? This podcast is dedicated to those guys who really want to grow and become the man God created them to be. You'll find both practical strategies for managing life and better ways to view and engage the world. Join Life Coach Michael Jaquith and take one step closer to s ...
 
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 ...
 
The Good Catholic Life is created and broadcast in Boston and hosted by folks who grew up in and know the Boston area. We’re all about living a good Catholic life in our hometown. Our regular host is Scot Landry and he is joined each day by a regular rotating series of co-hosts as well as guests to discuss a variety of topics of interest to Catholics and non-Catholics alike. The Good Catholic Life shares and discusses the initiatives and efforts of Cardinal Seán to renew the Church; provides ...
 
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 ...
 
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CATHOLIC MILITARY LIFE is a podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA (AMS). The AMS was established as an independent archdiocese by Pope Saint John Paul II in 1985 as the only Catholic jurisdiction responsible for endorsing and granting faculties for priests to serve as chaplains in the U.S. military and VA Medical Centers. AMS-endorsed priests serve at more than 220 U.S. military installations in 29 countries, making the AMS the nation's only global archdiocese. AMS-endors ...
 
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Guys, we all know we do it - or rather, we don't do it. We don't read the Bible as we should. We know that it's the living word of God, but it seems like there isn't enough time. And maybe, if we're honest, it seems overwhelming. The Bible has the power to utterly transform our lives - and it's time that we use it! Join me in this episode as Chad M…
 
This year U.S. Catholics have an opportunity to contribute to a special collection at Sunday Mass for the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA (AMS). In this edition of Catholic Military Life, the only official podcast of the AMS, the AMS Chancellor, Father Robert R. Cannon, Ch, Col, USAF (Ret.), whose home Diocese of Venice, FL, takes up the…
 
If you have been listening to the Bible in a Year podcast and are still on schedule, then you probably finished listening to the Gospel of John on Good Friday. Don’t worry if you’re not on schedule, my family and I are a little behind, too. But if you are on schedule, then during Holy Week you heard John describe all the many signs and wonders that…
 
Dobbs vs Jackson is staged to overturn Roe vs Wade. For those of us who are solidly pro-life, this is an awesome development! As cool as it sounds, however, many of us don't know what to actually do now? What part of your life will change if Roe vs Wade is overturned? How can you balance your pro-life belief with your need to work at your job? Join…
 
There's no denying its harder to stand for Christ now than it was a hundred years ago. The secularization of our country is rapid, but that's not a reason to give up. Join me in this episode as I talk with a Catholic Financial Planner who is unabashedly Catholic and offers some great services. We talk about why its important to choose a Catholic bu…
 
It's hard to make a good decision. You've got to get good information, wise advice, and spend some time thinking. But if you're still stuck - it might be FOMO. What are you giving up when you decide? Join me in this episode as I explore what "decide" means - starting with the word itself and how that matters. Don't be paralyzed by fear! Make the de…
 
Bringing our faith into our workplace is scary. We all know how much "those people" are ignored and overlooked for future promotion. But didn't Christ say to spread the gospel everywhere? Join me in this episode as I am joined by Mr. Steven Harris to explore many different facets of how our faith can connect to our businesses. Steven is an entrepre…
 
As one of senior clergy on staff at the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA (AMS), the Judicial Vicar, Father Mark Rutherford, J.C.L., recently experienced first-hand the impact of a growing shortage of Catholic U.S. Military chaplains. In the week leading up to Easter, he filled in for a recently deployed priest at Grand Forks Air Force Bas…
 
We're all busy. Most of us feel overwhelmed...a lot! Trying to balance everything that needs to get done for the job, family, wife, etc. often feels impossible. So what do we do? Join me in this episode as I meet Blaine Oelkers, the expert on getting results. He gives us tons of practical advice about how to get more done and have a way more positi…
 
We all know the joke - Protestants know the Bible better than Catholics. Sadly, to some extent, it's true. Reading the Bible is actually pretty hard; especially if you start from page 1 and try to go straight through. But it doesn't have to be. What if that isn't the best way? I am joined in this episode by Mr. Michael Ward, a protestant who has pu…
 
We all know the story - the good thief and the bad thief. One goes to heaven that day. The good thief sounds pretty cool, right? Think again. I suggest to you that this was a pretty terrible dude - the sort you would never even want to go to a bar with because he might kill you! Furthermore, you're a lot more like him than you might want to admit! …
 
Russia's attempt to take over Ukraine strikes a familiar note with Father Vincent Woo, a priest of the Diocese of Hong Kong who is currently serving in the Tribunal of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, while purusing a doctorate in canon law. In this edition of Catholic Military Life, the only official podcast of the Archdiocese, Fath…
 
The topic of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity is a pretty divisive one right now. Abstractly, we all know that a diverse set of perspectives is helpful, but we also each have horror stories of how policies in the DIE name have been rammed down corporate throats causing destruction. How can we, both as Christians and as open-minded men, maximize t…
 
Failure is painful! Feelings of rejection and inadequacy are rarely counted as our favorite moments. But what if they are actually essential? Join me in this episode as Dr. Eli Joseph and I discuss how failure and rejection actually form the basis of your future success. Even though they are painful, they can provide you the secrets to achieving wh…
 
It's hard to really live as a Catholic in our harsh secular world. Real displays of authentic Christian ardor are often punished - both at work and in social settings. So how do we love God with all our heart, mind, soul, and might while living in this world? Join me in this episode as I bring in George Manassa, host of the Catholic Toolbox, as an …
 
Catholic Relief Services (CRS) offers military families as well as the general public a way to help Ukrainians withstand the ongoing Russian invasion. In this edition of Catholic Military Life, the only official podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, Ms. Megan Gilbert, CRS Communications Officer, shares what CRS is doing to prov…
 
Movies are powerful. They can connect to the deepest part of our emotional and spiritual selves. When movies sneak in "progressive" agendas, however, it's easy to question if there is any good at all. But are all movies bad? What would Jesus want to watch with you? Join me in this episode as Phil and I go over how movies can be an opportunity to dr…
 
Among freedoms Ukraine is fighting the Russians for is the freedom to exercise religion. U.S. and NATO troops stand ready to join the fight if called upon. In this edition of Catholic Military Life, the only official podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, Ukranian Catholic Archbishop Borys Gudziak of Philadelphia shares what's a…
 
Lent has just started, and most of us are already struggling with whatever we gave up. Worse, I'm grumpier to my wife and kids! Why is it so hard to just do something different for 40 days? Why do we struggle and spend so much effort to do just one little thing? If you want to make a real change, you need to do a lot more than just "try harder" - y…
 
"What do you do with something that is broken?" If you are like most first-world people, the answer is simple. "Throw it away..." What does that mean if I am broken? Does God then throw me away? Or is there something better that He has planned? Join me in this episode as I interview John Jarman and hear his amazing story of how God transformed his …
 
Jesus “was led by the Spirit into the desert for forty days, to be tempted by the devil.” Each year on the first Sunday of Lent we enter into this significant moment at the beginning of Jesus’ ministry. He has just emerged from his baptism in the Jordan river only to be sent into the testing ground of the desert. As we accompany him into the wilder…
 
The human brain is way more powerful than most of us realize. It can perform calculations faster than any supercomputer in the world, and it has a direct line connection to the Almighty Himself. How we use our brains, our minds, and our hearts is essential to our ability to find success and meaning in our lives. It's not easy! We are surrounded by …
 
February 2022 marks the 79th anniversary of the heroic deaths of the Four Chaplains, ministers of different faiths and denominations who gave up their life vests to fellow soldiers on board the SS Dorchester as it sank in the North Atlantic after a German submarine torpedoed the troop transport ship with more than 900 aboard. In this edition of Cat…
 
Sports has a powerful impact on our society - especially for guys. With a few media exceptions, we generally consider sports to be completely separate from religion. But does it have to be? Join me in this episode as I bring on the sports wizard Bruce Wawrzyniak. He's travelled the world with sports teams, and he's Catholic. How do they go together…
 
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has brought more U.S. troops to Europe where they remain on high alert. In this edition of Catholic Military Life, the only official podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, Auxiliary Bishop William (Bill) Muhm, Vicar for Europe and Asia, visits Washington, D.C., from his home base in Germany, talks ab…
 
Sexual addiction is one of the biggest problems for men. Porn addiction - and worse - is almost universal. Dr. Eddie Capparucci is a therapist with years of experience working with men and their wives. He joins this episode to share his wisdom. In this episode, Eddie and I dive into many facets of sexual addiction - how it starts from childhood, ho…
 
Beauty is a topic that most men don't spend a lot of time thinking about, and yet it's always been one of the most effective and powerful aspects of connection, communication, meaning, and purpose. The modern world often scorns beauty, but we dismiss it to our own peril. In this episode, John Lee and I have a great discussion about how beauty plays…
 
Dr. Danny Brassell is a world-famous speaker, trainer, and coach who helps children learn to love reading - and helps their parents too! He has a nearly endless supply of captivating stories and an infectious enthusiasm. Join me in this episode as Dr. Brassell and I talk about what role reading has played in our lives, how we help people to read mo…
 
Paul Granger is a man with an amazing story, a story of faith through difficulties that would scare the pants off of most men. Yet, despite his challenges, he has a joy, peace, and love of Our Lord that most of us would be envious of. Join me in this episode as Paul and I discuss how he managed to discern God's will through his struggles and challe…
 
Starting with very little in a poor African country, Babs Faseesin determined to change his life by changing his mind. Now he helps other people do the same to find their own purpose and meaning in their lives. Babs hosted his first conference at age 17, working to build up community and support entrepreneurs. He is the author of the book Cracking …
 
The Military Council of Catholic Women (MCCW) is inviting Catholic women with a connection to the U.S. Armed Forces to take part in its Forum 2022 April 21-24 in Tampa, FL. In this edition of Catholic Military Life, the only official podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, MCCW President Kim Miller and Forum Director Aly Tugaoen …
 
Business is hard - but so are relationships. Your success at business will be very similar to your success in relationships because the same skills are involved. The challenge is to understand the other person - on a deep level. Join me in this episode as I break open different layers of "who" you are - your temperament, your connotative, and your …
 
About five or six years ago there was a poll to discover the world’s greatest love letter. After all the votes were tallied, the overwhelming favorite among all the love letters ever written, was a letter from country music singer Johnny Cash to his wife June Carter Cash for her 65th birthday. The letter was published in a book by their son about t…
 
This is just a short bonus episode inspired by a book I was reading called Gates of Fire. You can find it on amazon here, or if you want to support the little guy, find it somewhere smaller. :) I discuss two excerpts from the book. The first discusses what it means to be a "hero" and the second discusses how we as men balance our two callings - bot…
 
"Marriage is two selfish people living together" - Fr John Riccardo All of us who are married live in the tension between what 'I want,' what 'she wants,' and what 'God wants.' It's rarely easy. In this episode I get to introduce you to my wife and fellow life coach, Sterling Jaquith! We talk openly about our marriage and our life, some highs, some…
 
As Vocations Director of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA (AMS), Father S. Matthew Gray has his work cut out for him. He is responsible for shepherding young men discerning a vocation to the Catholic priesthood and U.S. Military chaplaincy at a time when active-duty priests are in extreme short supply. In this edition of Catholic Mili…
 
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