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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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071: Understanding Indulgences…Finally

<scroll down for podcast> We’re not supposed to talk about them. They’re supposed to be like that embarrassing uncle no one mentions by name at family functions. But that’s crazy. In this episode of the Art of Catholic podcast we’re going to unveil the beautiful theology and practice of indulgences. […]

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046: St. John Paul II Through the Eyes of a Swiss Guard

Pope St. John Paul II is one of the most beloved popes of all time. He touched the lives of millions. But his impact is far from over. JPII was a world-class philosopher. He taught us truths about ourselves, and humanity in general, in a way that made sense. He understood our […]

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037: The Fulfillment of All Desire with Ralph Martin

Hands down one of my favorite books of all time. Dr. Ralph Martin’s The Fulfillment of All Desire played a huge role in my desire to learn about, and grow in, the spiritual life. It’s a classic. (I’ve got hand-written notes all over the margins in my copy.) 2016 is the […]

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How To Avoid Any Fear Of The New Year According to JPII

Worried about the future? (And I don’t mean how you’re going to follow through on that resolution to complete a triathlon made in front of all your co-workers after your third spiked Egg Nog.)   Though every New Year is really nothing more than the turn of a calendar page, it’s natural to have […]

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