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083: Archbishop Vigano & the Power of Fear

<Scroll to bottom for podcast player.> Not sure if you caught it, but Archbishop Vigano recently told the American bishops they’d better be afraid…very afraid. Why? Because if you want to become a saint, the first thing you need is fear. Fear isn’t typically the first thing that pops into […]

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The Dangers of War

The Lord dropped a spiritual bomb on me the other morning in adoration. And now I want to drop it on you. Like a lot of you, I continue to struggle with anger in the midst of all the garbage going on in the Church. Daily revelations of new coverups, […]

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079: Clearing Up Confusion About Real Love

<Scroll to bottom for podcast.> There’s a lot of confusion about love these days. That needs to change. On this episode of the Art of Catholic, we’ll peel back some of the deeper layers of love. In fact, we’ll get to the heart of Christian love. My guest wears spectacles […]

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073: Part 2 Rediscovering the Power of JPII’s Theology of the Body

<Scroll to bottom for podcast.> There are several questions every Christian needs to ask themselves on a regular basis. The problem is that the world has warped most of our minds to the point that even if we answer them, we’re not answering correctly. And there are consequences. (More on […]

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069: Answering Luther: Finding (Catholic) Faith in Sacred Scripture

Twenty years ago, I lost my faith. I didn’t lose my belief in or about faith, but I officially gave up the certainty that I had enough of it to be saved. It was Easter Vigil, 1998. That’s when I became Catholic. 2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant […]

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062: The Hidden Power of Kindness

Make no mistake, this episode is going to challenge you. But it can also dramatically transform your relationships with other people…and God. It’s full of deep and practical wisdom that you can start to practice immediately. Our topic is kindness – real kindness – the kindness identified by St. Paul in Galatians. In other words, […]

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