The thoughts and prayers that inspire The Catholic Toolbox
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ewe7j-11f3819 This week we speak with the Director of Catholic Answers, Tim Staples about his personal journey, combined with the Art of Apologetics to prove that the catholic Faith is the true religion of God on earth and the actual Church established by Jesus Christ himself. Tim was a former Baptist and Assemblies of God … Continue reading Why Be Catholic?
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-gswqx-11dd5c7 This week we have former Anglican Bishop of Rochester, who came to the fullness of truth in the Catholic faith, now the Rev. Fr Nazir Ali. He is now a priest in the Ordinariate created by pope Benedict XVI in 2011 and currently teaches at Oxford University, and is president of OXTRAD and continues … Continue reading From Anglican Bishop to Catholicism
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-4c2hr-11d15d3 This week we launch Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers’ Book: ‘Our Life of Service’ The Handbook for Catholic Deacons This week we discuss what exactly is the vocation to the Diaconate, and what exactly inspired him to write this book for helping men discern and become better deacons for today. Most importantly how the role of … Continue reading Our Life of Service – The Handbook for Deacons – Book Launch
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-tnf26-11bcca1 This week we meet with the Vicar General of the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Australia and Parish Priest of St Andrew’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, Lidcombe, Sydney: the Very Rev. Archpriest Fr Simon Ckuj. He is here to inform us about the reality of what is actually happening in Ukraine at this very devastating time. … Continue reading Ukraine War – A message for our faith
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-vj52u-11b9c42 This week we launch the new book Dying to Live – Reflections on Life After Death by John Flader. This is a spectacular book which takes the most vital questions of our existence and ponders on the origins of the world, the existence of a God, and most importantly what will happen when we … Continue reading Book Launch: Dying to Live – Reflections on Life After Death
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-rz9t5-11b9bb4 This week we launch the new book Dying to Live – Reflections on Life After Death by John Flader. This is a spectacular book which takes the most vital questions of our existence and ponders on the origins of the world, the existence of a God, and most importantly what will happen when we … Continue reading Book Launch – Dying to Live: Reflections on Life After Death
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ysmqg-11b286d This week George and Akita Manassa go into great depths to study the life of St Valentine and look at the origins of the celebration associated with this holiday and how it become very commercialised, to the complete exclusion of the life of St Valentine. Our secular world has often forgotten the great men … Continue reading ((St)) Valentine’s Day – Unpacked
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qcfcu-1199ff7 This week Lecturer for the University of Notre Dame Australia, Peter Holmes joins the discussion to reflect what makes effective students and others in the real world outside of the classroom. This is a great discussion not to be missed, as this will equip you with a change of mindset about what today’s world … Continue reading Formation for the REAL WORLD
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-nn9ag-118c896 This week we discuss Political Influence which we as faithful should rightfully yield in our world today. We are called to be a beacon of hope and not a light kept to ourselves. We draw on the vast wisdom and experience of a very inspiring women who has fearlessly spent much of her life … Continue reading Political Influence Today
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-az8i8-1183c9a This week we continue kick starting our year by heading East to our beloved Eastern Catholic Churches with expert on the subject Anthony Cleary. In this episode you will learn that the Catholic Church as a whole is not Just Latin, but is also Eastern. We will look at the history of the Roman … Continue reading Eastern Catholic Churches
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