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
As we continue our journey through Lent, Bishop Rhoades offers his reflections upon two key parables: the Pharisee and the Tax Collector, and The Sermon on the Plain.
The Lenten season has arrived, and on Truth in Charity this week, Bishop Rhoades shares reflections on the fourteen Stations of the Cross.
In Lent 2019 the McGrath Center is focusing on a literary work to meditate on throughout the season. On the show today is Professor Fagerberg, who teaches in the field of Liturgical studies at Notre Dame’s Theology Department. His discussion today will address what Lewis hopes for us to find in Narnia.
Bishop Rhoades remembers the life of Archbishop Emeritus Daniel Buechlein, the former Archbishop of Indianapolis, who passed away last month.
Bishop Rhoades talks about the upcoming National Human Trafficking Awareness Day and ways we can remain educated on the issue as well as advocate, care, and pray for victims.