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066: Crushing Modernism & Regaining a Catholic Worldview

Ever wonder how we got into the mess we’re in? Why is the modern world so opposed to the Christian faith? What went wrong and how do we get back on track? These are pretty tough questions, which is fine because I’ve got a pretty smart guest. Today on the Art of […]

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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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057: The Primacy of Mary’s Divine Maternity & Why It Matters

Why do Catholics exalt Mary? I don’t mean in general. I mean specifically.  The answer may surprise you.  Is it because she’s perfect? Kind of. But there’s a deeper reason. So in this “brief” episode, I’ll dig in a little to the underlying, foundational reason we venerate Our Lady. In […]

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032: Boom! Brant Pitre Totally Crushes Gospel Skeptics

Let’s start with two simple, yet crucial questions: “Do you trust the Bible?” and “Do you believe Jesus is God?” Many of you are thinking, “Of course, Matt!” Even so, you certainly know a lot of people in our post-Christian world who don’t agree. They’re skeptics. And there are a lot of […]

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030: Soul Surfing With A Man Named “Bear”

I meet a lot of people in my line of work…none like this guy. Have you ever talked prayer with a guy who is a World Surfing Champ? Ever discussed the spiritual life with a bona fide ninja blackbelt? How about chatting virtue with anyone who rode their bike (i.e. […]

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022: Why Catholic Bibles Are BIGGER

It’s not just because we want to look cool or think bigger is better. Catholic Bibles are simply bigger than Protestant Bibles. (And I don’t mean they’re printed in a larger font. I mean ours have more books than theirs.) The question is “Why?” It’s a huge issue…one of, dare I […]

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