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This podcast examines the topics of philosophy, theology, and history from a Catholic perspective. Each podcast is 10-15 mins in length, and published (at least) weekly. Find Catholicism in the Car on: Anchor, Spotify, Podchaser, Audible, Castbox, Radio Republic, Player FM, and Stitcher. Also find us on: Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeCdyv4dtHnU4504ILGOQTg Twitter: https://twitter.com/PZCatechesis Locals: https://catholicisminthecar.locals.com/ View my blog at: https://www.parke ...
 
Host Mary shares a variety of stories from the Bible, real-time benefits of praying The Rosary, inspiring stories of the Saints, and other spiritual, and faithful authors and texts. All in the name of Jesus and all Glory to God! Mary will do episodes on her signature works; Cultivating a Rich Interior and Go With Your Gut/Soul. Her spiritual faith is rooted in Catholicism from the angle of divinity, not humanity so she'll share how at times Catholicism is not cool. If there is something you ...
 
The Center for Evangelical Catholicism is a nonprofit South Carolina-based religious corporation, faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church, and dedicated to the Church’s call for a new evangelization. The Center seeks to form evangelical Catholics through publishing, providing evangelization opportunities, offering adult education programs for the laity, and supplying continuing education for the clergy.
 
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This episode examines the importance of catechesis in the Christian life. It begins a series we are doing on Catechesis and Prayer -- what I call the "two lungs" of our Christian lives. Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Podpage: https://www.podpage.co…
 
How are we saved? Through faith, works, or both? What is grace? Can I earn grace or is it just a free gift from God? Today we wrap up our introduction to Catholic morality by looking at one of the most significant areas of division between Catholics and Protestants. This episode covers Part Three, Section One, Chapter Three of the Catechism of the …
 
This episode discusses some of the reasons that I love philosophy, and why I think it is valuable for you, as well! We also breifly talk about one of the earliest Western philosophers: Thales of Miletus. Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Podpage: http…
 
Should Catholics value philosophy? I evaluate this question, and more. We discuss why Catholics should value the philosophy of Aristotle (in particular), because of how he has influenced main-stream Catholic thought over the last 800 years. Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholic…
 
Are there connections between thinking deeply and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)? Is ADHD over-diagnosed? We examine these questions and more in this episode of "Catholicism in the Car." Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Podpage: https:…
 
In this episode I turn to the wisdom of Epictetus' Enchiridion to discuss the question of, "Why Most People Don't Think Deeply?" Epictetus was a Greek, Stoic Philosopher who died in 135 A.D. Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Podpage: https://www.podpa…
 
The bishops of America are deeply concerned that too few Catholics understand, believe in, or take the Eucharist in a "coherent" way. And so, they have launched a three-year "Eucharistic Revival." In this first episode in a regular feature on the Eucharist, Cory and I discuss the why, what, and how of this revival.…
 
How do we discern our vocations in the church? Is it through prayer or action? Is it by visits or consultation? We answer these questions and more in this episode. Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Podpage: https://www.podpage.com/catholicism-in-the-c…
 
This episode examines the various vocations within the Catholic Church, as well as some exceptions to said vocations. Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Podpage: https://www.podpage.com/catholicism-in-the-car/ Find Catholicism in the Car on: Anchor, Sp…
 
In this episode, I give a bit of my vocation story -- particularly about my time in the Religious Life. I was in a Franciscan community, which is no longer existing, called "The Franciscan Friars Minor." They were based in my home diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend. I also discuss how the process of transitioning out of the religious life was for me.…
 
Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory and Shusaku Endo's Silence both tell the story of a persecuted Catholic priest forced to choose between martyrdom and apostasy. In this installment of Book Club, Cory and I explore how the two novels are mirror images that explore the same theme with inverted characters and plots.…
 
Why would you want to listen to some one talk about some old, crusty ancient philosophers?? Well, listen up and find out! These three ancient philosophers have a lot they can teach us! Even though they were all pagans, they certainly had a greater sense of morality and the good than "pagans" today. Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wi…
 
The beginning of this episode is about my mission with this podcast, then we move on to talking about some ancient philosophers (Lucretius, Epicurious, Atomists, etc.) which leads us to a discussion on the soul and the Council of Vienne's definition of the soul as being "the form of the body."Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.comIf you wish to S…
 
This episode discusses the importance of Jesus' Holy Name, how it is often maligned in today's world, and how we should use it responsibly. OUR NEW WEBSITE: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Find Catholicism in the Car on: Anchor, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple P…
 
This episode discusses the topics of the Eucharistic Revival going on in the United States, as well as how this revival relates to the reunion of the Western Churches in communion with the Pope of Rome and the Eastern Orthodox/Oriental Orthodox Churches. OUR NEW WEBSITE: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: ht…
 
This episode gives my opinions on the Archbishop of San Francisco, California's decision to ban Nancy Pelosi (Speaker of the House, USA) from receiving Holy Communion. It is being published around a month after the original news of this event broke. OUR NEW WEBSITE: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https:/…
 
In Episode 32, I answered Ed's question, "Why do Catholics have a pope?" But we kept going, and covered the everything from whether the pope can make up new doctrines, to megachurch pastors, to why Pope Francis seems to meddle in politics, and whether papal infallibility means he can tell me who will win the Super Bowl.…
 
This episode examines Aristotle's Politics; particularly what he says about political revolutions and forms of government. OUR NEW WEBSITE: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Find Catholicism in the Car on: Anchor, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Podchase…
 
This episode consists of a bunch of ramblings regarding civilization, including the state of Medieval peasants. OUR NEW WEBSITE: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Find Catholicism in the Car on: Anchor, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Audible,…
 
DISCLAIMER: This episode was recorded before the Archbishop of San Francisco, California officially banned Nancy Pelosi from receiving the Eucharist in his diocese. In this episode, we discuss the practice of Excommunication. Is it a good practice? Should it be used today? What is the purpose of this practice? Find out answers to all these question…
 
This episode is an amalgamation of various topics from the still extant manuscripts of Aristotle's writings, to the Septuagint, and some other random topics. Hope you enjoy!OUR NEW WEBSITE: www.catholicisminthecar.comIf you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/supportFind Catholicism in the Car on: Anchor, Sp…
 
I begin this episode by discussing Aristotle's category of Relation. I also discuss how I am going to take a break from Aristotle's categories for awhile. I decided instead to talk about my reflections on the Philosopher Martin Heidegger's essay "The Question Concerning Technology." A link to the essay is here: https://www2.hawaii.edu/~freeman/cour…
 
Some argue that the novels of JRR Tolkien, particularly his 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy, are the greatest Catholic novels of the 20th Century. Generations of converts to Catholicism have cited it as an important step on their Road to Rome--including Cory and I. In this installment of Book Club, we share why.…
 
This video gives a brief overview of the life, philosophy, theology, major works, and writing style of Blessed John Duns Scouts. Our Website: www.catholicisminthecar.com If you wish to SUPPORT our work, you can visit: https://www.catholicisminthecar.com/support Podpage: https://www.podpage.com/catholicism-in-the-car/ Find Catholicism in the Car on:…
 
This episode examines Aristotle's Category of Quality. This category is divided into smaller sections of: habits, dispositions, natural capacities/incapacities, affections, and shape. Find Catholicism in the Car on: Anchor, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Audible, Amazon Music, Castbox, Radio Republic, Player FM, and Stitcher.A…
 
Aristotle's Ten Categories. I go over a pneumonic device to remember them: SNARWTPHAE (Substance, QuaNtity, QuAlity, Relation, Where, Time, Position [Posture], Having, Acting, Effect). I also discuss specifically Aristotle's category of Quantity.Find Catholicism in the Car on: Anchor, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, Audible, Am…
 
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