Fr. Jason Freiburger, pastor of St. Thomas in Elkhart, talks about how he and his parish have responded to the coronavirus pandemic and how we can all live out Easter joy even in difficult times.
Dr. Leonard DeLorenzo talks about 4 ideas from the 4 gospels that can help us celebrate Easter by living out the Easter mission.
Bishop Rhoades wraps up his conversation on the Exsultet, then dives deep into the Gospel readings of the Easter Octave.
In today’s show we celebrate Easter, welcome musician and actor Jack Delac—an Exodus Man who has completed Exodus 90 four times—to our fraternity meeting; . And we learn the three necessary ingredients (other than food) that are necessary for a tasty celebration.
Bishop offers additional reflections on the Coronavirus pandemic; including a response to the perennial question: why is this happening?
You make a plan for Lent, what about the rest of the year? If you want to keep getting better as a man, you need to assure you are taking these three steps, in Easter, Ordinary Time, and the entire year.
In a time when the governments are making their presence known this is how we need to respond to laws. And not just civic laws. Canon Law is calling us to more as well. But if you don’t know what it says, you won’t likely do what you ought to do. Should we practice acts of self denial during Easter? The answer may surprise you.
This week, Bishop starts with the third reading of the Easter Vigil, which is from the book of Exodus and tells the story of Moses parting the sea.
Bishop continues breaking down readings from the Easter Vigil Mass. This time, it’s from Genesis and God’s command to Abraham that he sacrifice his son, Isaac.
Now that Lent is underway, Bishop begins a series of shows that feature his reflections upon the Old Testament readings from the Easter Vigil Mass