In today's Refill: First, get ready for Mass this Sunday with Fr. Drew Curry from Precious Blood parish and Fr. Matt Coonan
Thank you for joining us for the second-part of our two-part conversation with Daniel Philpott, Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame.
On this episode, Bishop and Kyle talk about an important but sometimes overlooked vocation…those who live a life of consecration to God. What are the different forms of this vocation? How do they work? Hear Bishop explain and give examples from right here in our Diocese. Then…is it ever appropriate for a priest or deacon to address current events in a homily? And the show wraps up with Bishop answering listener-submitted questions on why the Eucharist has to be unleavened bread and more.
We’re back with all new episodes, and this week Bishop discusses a recent survey that revealed some shocking statistics about how many Catholics believe in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist….then it’s on to the upcoming bi-lingual confirmation mass for youth with disabilities, a conversation about relics, and then….listener-submitted questions on topics including Marian apparitions and much more.
Bishop reflects upon two special events we’ll celebrate. First, Holy Thursday Mass with the rich symbolism of Jesus washing the apostles’ feet and the humble leadership He models for all of us.
On this episode, he will discuss the deep meaning and rich tradition behind the last 2 elements of the Mass, the Liturgy of the Eucharist and the Concluding Rites.
Bishop begins a three-part series on the mass, starting with the reflection of the Eucharist and the feast of Corpus Christi.
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.