105: Harnessing the Awesome Power of Catholic Mysticism & Deep Prayer

Catholic Mysticism & Deep Prayer

It’s a fact. Far too many Catholics are unaware of the transformative power of the Catholic mystical tradition and deep meditative and contemplative prayer. This has to change…fast. Why? Because developing a deep, authentically Catholic spiritual life is the only thing that will heal you personally, heal the Church, and heal the entire world. Christ […]

104: Should A Catholic Always Obey?

Should A Catholic Always Obey?

The question of obedience seems to be lurking in the background of a lot of Catholic conversation these days. When is it no longer a virtue? Is there a point at which we can rebel or abandon ship? What about when there are doubts concerning particular matters or teaching? These are real issues. And while […]

103: How St. John Paul II Answers the Modern Crisis

Humanity is having an identity crisis of major proportions. People don’t know who they are. And it’s literally wreaking havoc across the world at this very instant. <SCROLL DOWN FOR AUDIO ONLY PODCAST> People are struggling on so many levels. And St. John Paul II saw it coming. In fact, he provided the answers before […]

102: Finding Hope and Divine Mercy Amidst Terrible Tragedy

Finding Hope and Divine Mercy Amidst Terrible Tragedy

The Lord wanted me to record this episode. I don’t say that lightly. He arranged it very deliberately…and now I know why. In this episode of the Art of Catholic, Fr. Chris Alar of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception joins me to share a tragically beautiful story of suicide, suffering, and Divine Mercy […]

100: Correcting the Christian View of Death

Correcting the Christian View of Death

Yes, He is risen! Yes, Christ has conquered death! But are we ignoring the obvious? Have Christians lost sight of the powerful natural and supernatural aspects of dealing with the end of our earthly life? In this special 100th episode of the Art of Catholic, I bring back John Henry Crosby, founder and president of […]