Podcasts that get me through my day.
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The Babylon Bee
THE BEE WEEKLY: Reformed Dating For Catholics and The California Bacon Apocalypse. The Babylon Bee guys are joined by Joe Baldwin from Strategic Swine Solutions to talk about how California is soon going to run out of bacon, leaving them in a post-apocalyptic nightmare straight from Satan.
Voice actor James T. Majewski brings to life classic Catholic works, with a special emphasis on St. John Henry Newman and the Fathers of the Church.
A film club podcast devoted to works of high artistic caliber and Catholic interest, exploring the Vatican film list and beyond. Hosted by Thomas V. Mirus and actor James T. Majewski, with special guests.
A podcast about the Fathers of the Church—the foundational figures in Christian history. Hosted by popular Patristics author Mike Aquilina.
Do you ever find the Bible readings at Mass confusing, or disjointed, or just plain weird? If so, Sunday Dive is the podcast for you! Focusing on the upcoming Sunday readings, host Katie Patrizio spends each weekly episode exploring the original language, historical backdrop, cultural environment, and Old Testament context of the Scriptures, bringing the text to life and giving listeners a "surround-sound" experience of the Bible like they've never heard before. Tune in and discover why Chris Stefanick called Katie "a POWERFUL speaker: intellectually deep, spiritually rich, and eminently practical."
My name is Jimmy Akin, and I am your blog host.
I was born in Texas and grew up nominally Protestant. But at age 20 I experienced a profound conversion to Christ. I planned on becoming a Protestant pastor or seminary professor, and I started an intensive study of the Bible. The thing was, the more he immersed myself in Scripture, the more I found it to support the Catholic faith. Eventually, I had to become Catholic, which I did in 1992. My conversion story, “A Triumph and a Tragedy,” is published in the book Surprised By Truth.
These days, I am a Senior Apologist at Catholic Answers, a member on the Catholic Answers Speakers Bureau, a weekly guest on the global radio program “Catholic Answers Live,” a contributor to Catholic Answers Magazine, and the author of more publications than you can shake a stick at.
THE RADIANCE FOUNDATION IS AN EDUCATIONAL, LIFE-AFFIRMING, NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION. THROUGH CREATIVE AD CAMPAIGNS, POWERFUL MULTI-MEDIA PRESENTATIONS, FEARLESS JOURNALISM, AND COMPASSIONATE COMMUNITY OUTREACHES, WE ILLUMINATE THE INTRINSIC VALUE EACH PERSON POSSESSES. WE EDUCATE AUDIENCES ABOUT PRESSING SOCIETAL ISSUES AND HOW THEY IMPACT THE UNDERSTANDING OF GOD-GIVEN PURPOSE. WE MOTIVATE PEOPLE TO PEACEFULLY AND POSITIVELY PUT AWARENESS INTO ACTION.
The Institute of Catholic Culture
100% ORTHODOX CATHOLIC FAITH FORMATION
We offer a wide variety of programs structured upon the Catholic liberal arts, and opportunities in which authentic Catholic culture is experienced and lived.
Participate in our live learning events. You will have the opportunity to sit in a virtual classroom with other students and submit questions for the instructor.
Use study tools like notes or bookmarking to annotate critical concepts in lecture videos. Revisit your annotations at a later time to refresh your memory.
Take a semester length course live with an instructor or as a self-paced student. These courses offer lectures, readings, assessments, and a certificate.
In our flagship podcast, musician and writer Thomas V. Mirus explores Catholic arts and culture with a variety of notable guests.
FR. LONGENECKER’S PODCASTS
A New Kind of Catholic Podcast
My podcasts are different! How so?
Instead of just chatting to the microphone or interviewing people I provide researched content and drama. My history podcast Trimphs and Tragedies is a 23 part series covering the whole range of church history and in Characters of the Reformation I read an abridged version of Hilaire Belloc’s book taking a Bellocian voice. In Conversations With Joseph Pearce I get together with Joseph to discuss a range of topics regarding Catholic culture. My Gargoyle Code and True Fairytales are dramatic readings…and I’m working on a podcast serialized novel called Renegade Priest…so these podcasts are different from the usual fare!
Our work is rooted in what we call three essential principles. Each of these
principles requires extraordinary effort but reaps extraordinary
THE LITURGY GUYS
DENIS MCNAMARA | CHRISTOPHER CARSTENS | JESSE WEILER
The Liturgy Guys is an initiative of the Liturgical Institute at the University of Saint Mary of the Lake in Mundelein, IL. Christopher Carstens and Dr. Denis McNamara, faculty members at the Liturgical Institute, sit down with host Jesse Weiler every week to talk about Catholic Liturgy. At the end of each episode our Liturgy experts take time to answer listener submitted questions. The goal of this podcast is to share the treasures of Liturgy with English speaking Catholics all over the world.
The Catholic Information Center is committed to making the Catholic Church alive in the hearts and minds of men and women living and working in our nation’s capital. Through a variety of spiritual, intellectual, and professional programs, the CIC offers the tools to live an integrated life and to engage in all areas of human endeavors.
My mission is to inspire and support people of faith—and of reason—who are tired of the increasingly aggressive secularism and political correctness that surrounds them. We do this through unfiltered commentary and interviews with sages of the great Judeo-Christian tradition (thought leaders and influencers) and with survivors (heroes who have stood up to the bullying elites).
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University of Minnesota Duluth, we have hosted retreats, Bible Studies, and daily Mass. Plus this year we launched Alpha, a weekly dinner and discussion that is changing the fabric of campus.
We are on the Lord's team.
The winning side. So raise your glass! Cheers to Jesus!
The winning side. So raise your glass! Cheers to Jesus!
The Catholic Man Show started in May of 2016 when Adam Minihan and David Niles realized, after running a Catholic radio station in Tulsa, the need for Catholic radio programs for men.