Today is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary but did you know it was originally called the Feast of Our Lady of Victory?
On the heels of the first presidential debate, Bishop talks about a nation divided.
This week, it’s the Parable of the Workers in the Vineyard.
Just War Theory. When is military force justified? Find out what the Church teaches.
Find out how the Catholic Church’s teachings about the dignity of the human person fits in with our responsibilities as citizens.
Bishop talks about the lives of a special mother and son… St. Monica and St. Augustine.
Bishop talks about what’s happening in Nigeria, then, closer to home, the political and social crisis in Venezuala.
The show wraps up with Bishop talking about the vandalism happening in Catholic Churches in the United States...focusing especially on misconceptions surrounding St. Junipero Serra.
Bishop shares how loving our neighbor is more than just a theory…there’s practical ways to do it.
There have been several recent Supreme Court decisions that involve the Catholic faith and our religious institutions. Some were good news and some were bad news. We covered two of those decisions on the June 24th episode, but this week Bishop breaks down the rest. ….the decisions covered abortion, contraception coverage offered by employers, Catholic schools, and Blaine Amendments. The show wraps up with Bishop answering questions submitted from listeners on giving our time, talent, and treasure plus a Catholic response to anxiety, whether or not we should capitalize pronouns for God, and more.