Back Home In Nashville! We sit down with Grammy Award-Winning Recording Artist Amy Grant. Part One of Two.
Dec10

Back Home In Nashville! We sit down with Grammy Award-Winning Recording Artist Amy Grant. Part One of Two.

Amy Grant shares insight into her life’s journey with music as well as how God has worked in various ways in her life.  In Part One, we discuss the impact God has in our lives and those around us and where we can identify the work of God in everyday life experiences.  In Part Two, released next week, Amy and I share stories about education, the mystery and power of the brain and Amy shares her insight into a new...

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Who is St. Albert the Great? An Interview with Sr. Albert Marie; Scholar, Doctor, and Dominican Sister.
Dec09

Who is St. Albert the Great? An Interview with Sr. Albert Marie; Scholar, Doctor, and Dominican Sister.

When the early Church Fathers wrote on Christ and the Church, they typically focused on the intellect.  St. Albert the Great, an early Dominican and teacher of St. Thomas Aquinas, followed this vein in his own writings; however, he often included the heart aspect as well. In De Corporis Domine, he approached the Blessed Sacrament both mentally and emotionally.  Sister Albert Marie tackled the tedious...

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What Does Virtue Really Mean? Interview with the Very Rev. Thomas Petri (Part Two of Two).
Dec02

What Does Virtue Really Mean? Interview with the Very Rev. Thomas Petri (Part Two of Two).

Having discussed what virtue means, let’s take it further and look at the One Who encompasses them. Jesus Christ did, absolutely, but today let’s focus on His mother, Mary.  We know that we’re created in God’s image and likeness, both body and soul. God’s grace works in our soul, which manifests in our body. This is perfectly emulated in Mary, the Mother of God, who was immaculately conceived without original sin and filled...

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What Does Virtue Really Mean? An Interview with the Very Rev. Thomas Petri (Part One of Two).
Nov25

What Does Virtue Really Mean? An Interview with the Very Rev. Thomas Petri (Part One of Two).

Virtue is the means between two extremes, but how do we accomplish that?  How do we implement virtue in our daily lives?  How do we teach virtue to a society that seems averse to the concept of morality? Fr. Thomas Petri says to aim for the opposite extreme so that you’ll hit somewhere in the middle, which is where virtue lies.  He adds that the true definition of morality includes the knowledge of and...

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A Deep Dive into Barbara Morgan’s Echoing the Mystery with Sr. Elizabeth Ann (Part Two of Two)
Nov18

A Deep Dive into Barbara Morgan’s Echoing the Mystery with Sr. Elizabeth Ann (Part Two of Two)

Sister Elizabeth Ann, the chair of Fr. Gabriel Richard’s theology department, has spent the last year utilizing Echoing the Mystery in her religion classes.  She is sharing her experiences with that process as well as her hopes moving forward implementing Echoing the Mystery more broadly in her school. It is our hope that her experiences will inspire our listeners to use Echoing the Mystery as well, whether as...

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