This week we did something a little different Lenny was actually interviewed by Dr. Katie Cavadini about his book Work of Love and the Communion of Saints.
Audrey Assad, an award-winning Catholic recording artist, opens up with us on this episode about her new music, its inspiration, and her mission as a Catholic artist.
Medi Volpe describes herself as a contemplative theologian, called to the work of motherhood. She is a lecturer in theology and ethics in Durham University in the UK, she researches identity in formation in Christian practice, especially in her book, 'Rethinking Christian Identity: Doctrine and Discipleship'.
Dr. Tim O’Malley interviews Dr. Ernest Morrell, Director of the Center for Literacy Education at the University of Notre Dame. Morrell and O'Malley discuss value-based education.
Nicholas Carr discusses his research on technology and its effects on our thoughts, perception, and culture.
Dr. Tim O’Malley interviews Brandon Vogt, author of ‘Why I am Catholic (and You Should Be Too)’. In the Book, Brandon seeks to understand the truth, the goodness, and the beauty of Catholicism, make it an counter-cultural way of living.
Dr. Tim O’Malley interviews Anna Keating, author of The Catholic Catalogue and coordinator of Catholic Life at Colorado College. Keating explores ways to practice Catholic devotions in the home and the importance of introducing practice and beauty to young people in the Church.
Dr. Tim O’Malley interviews Rod Dreher and discusses his latest book The Benedict Option: A Strategy for Christians in a Post-Christian nation.