Throwing it all the way back to the first Catholic Bytes episode!
Fr. Hinkley explains the divine nature of the liturgy and our human participation in this worship. ... for more, please go to http://catholicbytespodcast.com
Fr. Richard R. Hinkley00:07:56
Katie Warner, Manager of Communication and Evangelization, Catholics Come Home, on Catholics Come Home Evangelisation Q and A, answers the question: How can I strike up an evanvelization conversation?
Catholics Come Home00:02:17
Bishop Barron comments on Greek philosopher, Aristotle's point that friendships endure as long as the two fall in love, not just with eachother, but together with a transcendent third, a good that lies beyond the two of them.
Word on Fire00:05:49
Did pope Francis change the Church's teaching on abortion, gay marriage, contraception? No. But he IS reminding us of the big picture. The context of every Church teaching, in one word, is this: LOVE.
Real Life Catholic00:03:34
Former Marine and Baptist Minister, Tim Staples addresses a Sydney audience in 2009 on ten common objections against the Catholic Faith. Learn how to engage in the basics of the Faith with effectiveness and confidence.
Can Australia decide rightly about marriage when important issues are hidden from view? 'People have absolutely no idea where this is going', says former homosexual activist James Parker.
It's no secret that American popular culture gives much attention to sexuality, and certainly its understanding of sexuality deviates greatly from the love our Lord teaches. 'In this episode, we outline the historical progression of society's misconception of love and sexuality, and by retracing where we went wrong in history, we can see what love truly is and accurately understand its sexual expression. ... for more, please go to http://catholicbytespodcast.com
Fr. Michael Dion00:09:28