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6/18/22 - Joseph Pearce, Catholic History in England Joseph Pearce explores the history of England, the persecution of the Catholic Church and the brave people who stood firm. His book is Faith of Our Fathers: A History of True England. This episode is brought to you in part by Crowning Glory Tea Room. To learn more visit: https://crowningglorytearoom.com/
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6/18/22 - Joseph Pearce, Catholic History in England Joseph Pearce explores the history of England, the persecution of the Catholic Church and the brave people who stood firm. His book is Faith of Our Fathers: A History of True England. This episode is brought to you in part by Crowning Glory Tea Room. To learn more visit: https://crowningglorytearoom.com/
6/11/22 - Sr. Bethany Madonna, Supporting Pregnant Women The Sisters of Life arrived in Arizona last Fall with a mission to help women facing unplanned pregnancies believe in themselves and choose life for their unborn children. Sr. Bethany Madonna shares her story as well as inspiring stories of women who have received healing and strength through their ministry. This episode is brought to you in part by Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. To learn more visit: https://notredamefcu.com/
6/4/22 - Dawn Brohawn and Michael Greaney, The Greater Reset, Part Two Dawn Brohawn and Michael Greaney began a conversation in April exploring how a return to Christian principles based on Natural Law, the common good and human dignity could rebuild a better society. In this episode, they outline specific concepts for how to achieve a better economic and social structure. Their new book is The Greater Reset: Reclaiming Personal Sovereignty Under Natural Law. Today's episode is brought to you in part by Crowning Glory Tea Room.
5/28/22 - Joseph Pearce on Pope Benedict XVI Explore the life and legacy of Pope Benedict XVI, a look into his life, his commitment to defending the faith, the liturgy, the dignity of the human person and more. Joseph Pearce's heartfelt biography is Benedict XVI: Defender of the Faith. This episode is brought to you in part by Notre Dame Federal Credit Union.
5/21/22 - Fr. Jeffrey Kirby on Diving Into the Spiritual Life Spirituality is a broad term, used by many, but what does Spirituality look like in the Catholic tradition? Fr. Jeffrey Kirby takes complex theological concepts, makes them understandable and unlocks for us the spiritual treasures of the Catholic faith. His book is Glory Unto Glory: A Primer on Ascetical Theology. This episode is brought to you in part by Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. Learn more at ndfcu.org.
4/14/22 - Dawn Brohawn and Michael Greaney, The Greater Reset Dawn Brohawn and Michael Greaney explore how a return to Christian principles based on Natural Law, the common good and human dignity could rebuild a better society. Their new book is The Greater Reset: Reclaiming Personal Sovereignty Under Natural Law. This episode is brought to you in part by Notre Dame Federal Credit Union.
5/7/22 - Meg Hunter-Kilmer on Saints Praying for Us Meg Hunter-Kilmer helps us get to know some saints whose struggles can help us with our own. Her book is Pray for Us: 75 Saints Who Sinned, Suffered, and Struggled on Their Way to Holiness.   Today's episode is brought to you in part by Caritas Press.
4/30/22 - Cristofer Pereyra and Erin Monnin on Catholic Leadership What does it take to be a Catholic leader in these times? How can we change our culture through our witness to Christ? Cristofer Pereyra and Erin Monnin share tips and thoughts, from their new book, Catholic Leadership for Civil Society: A Practical Guide on Authentic Lay Leadership. This episode is brought to you in part by Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. Learn more at ndfcu.org.
4/23/22 - Kennedy Hall on Reclaiming Catholic Masculinity A teacher's conversion leads to a new call as an author. Kennedy Hall shares his story, his passion to teach, tips for men to grow in virtue and his new book, Terror of Demons: Reclaiming Traditional Catholic Masculinity. Today's episode is brought to you in part by Caritas Press.
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