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A Catholic Life

A Catholic Life

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A Catholic Life seeks the preservation of authentic traditional Catholicism, as practiced before the Second Vatican Council. The focus of this podcast will be directed toward the Traditional Catholic Mass, Traditional Fasting and Abstinence, the Breviary, Prayers and Devotions, and Unwaveringly Traditional Catholic Catechesis. Episodes will typically be released each Sunday.
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As a modern Catholic guy, it's hard to find the balance. We know that God should come first, but what does that really mean? We know we're supposed to love our wife, but how do I do that when I'm overwhelmed by work and kids? This podcast is dedicated to those guys who really want to grow and become the man God created them to be. You'll find both practical strategies for managing life and better ways to view and engage the world. Join Life Coach Michael Jaquith and take one step closer to s ...
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This Catholic Life Podcast

This Catholic Life

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This Catholic Life is a show about Ordinary Catholics having a relaxed, informal, and genuinely searching conversation about current issues, the challenges and hardships of life and what light “This Catholic Life” brings to these things.
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The Good Catholic Life

Archdiocese of Boston

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The Good Catholic Life is created and broadcast in Boston and hosted by folks who grew up in and know the Boston area. We’re all about living a good Catholic life in our hometown. Our regular host is Scot Landry and he is joined each day by a regular rotating series of co-hosts as well as guests to discuss a variety of topics of interest to Catholics and non-Catholics alike. The Good Catholic Life shares and discusses the initiatives and efforts of Cardinal Seán to renew the Church; provides ...
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Our faith gives us our light so we can permit others to shine brightly. Join me as I visit with amazing individuals living out their call in life in powerful ways. The Catholic life is rich with dynamic people, liturgy, scripture, saints, cathedrals, prayer, adoration, of the Blessed Sacrament, sacraments, devotions, mystics, miracles, sacramentals, sacred spaces, shrines, pilgrimage, incorrupt bodies, Marian apparitions, faith-based travel, and so much more. Join the many exciting conversat ...
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AFIRE: Inspiration for Living a Catholic Life

Priests of the Legionaries of Christ in NY

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One of the many joys of my priesthood is to live in a community of priests who are on fire for spreading the faith. Each Monday we gather for a little rest around the fire and share stories of our work of sharing the Gospel. So, inspired by our talks around the fire, welcome to “afire”. It is the preaching of the Legionaries in the NY Tri-State. My prayer is that these podcasts will be something of a “fireplace” where you can find light, warmth, and inspiration as you come closer to Jesus Ch ...
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Catholic Military Life

Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA

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CATHOLIC MILITARY LIFE is a podcast of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA (AMS). The AMS was established as an independent archdiocese by Pope Saint John Paul II in 1985 as the only Catholic jurisdiction responsible for endorsing and granting faculties for priests to serve as chaplains in the U.S. military and VA Medical Centers. AMS-endorsed priests serve at more than 220 U.S. military installations in 29 countries, making the AMS the nation's only global archdiocese. AMS-endors ...
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// Find Your Spark & Pursue Your Passion While Raising Littles // Hey Mama, Welcome to The Made To Be Podcast Do you feel like you’ve totally let go of who you are outside of being a mom? Does it seem like you’re living without any sense of purpose or fulfillment beyond your role as a mother? Do you absolutely love being a mom, but feel like you’ve neglected every other part of you, and ignored or maybe even forgotten the gifts, talents, and interests that make you who you are? Do you wish y ...
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In today’s episode, on the 9th Sunday after Pentecost, I address the following: 1. The Traditional Vigils and Feasts of the Apostles 2. The Vigil of St. James, the Slayer of the Moors 3. The Life of St. James and the Camino Pilgrimage I would like to thank CatechismClass.com for sponsoring this episode. CatechismClass.com, the leader in online Cath…
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Bill Newbrough reflects on how you can support military Catholics in his new role as Donor Relations Officer of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, in this episode of Catholic Military Life.توسط Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
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Sometimes the day that everything goes horribly, even tragically wrong, can be the best thing ever to happen to us. We almost never see it that way at the time, but we worship a God of impossibilities. A God that does things that seem utterly impossible. Join me in this episode as Ed Jozsa shares his miraculous, unbelievable story. After an acciden…
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In today’s episode, on the 8th Sunday after Pentecost, I address the following: The History, Requirements, Promises, and Miracles of the Brown Scapular This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com offers Latin prayer cards to learn and share prayers in the sacred language. Learn your basic prayers in Latin conveniently on the go. Pract…
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Whether you are a father, grandfather, or thinking you might become a father one day, odds are that you aren't giving enough gravity to what that role really means. A father is often even more critical in an older child's life than his mother - and research supports this scary (and politically incorrect) conclusion! Join me in this episode as I exp…
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In today’s episode, on the 7th Sunday after Pentecost, I address the following: 1. The 17th Anniversary of Summorum Pontificum 2. How to Grow in Humility I would like to thank CatechismClass.com for sponsoring this episode. CatechismClass.com, the leader in online Catholic catechism classes, has everything from online K-12 programs, RCIA classes, a…
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While Eve was speaking to the serpent, Adam...stood by idle. He did not act. How often do we also fail to act - either entirely or slowly? Join me in this episode as I explore why it is so important to make today "Day One" or obedience to God's will, rather than waiting to obey "One Day" in the future when it's more convenient. God invites us to ob…
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In today’s episode, on the 6th Sunday after Pentecost, I address the following: 1. Devotions in Honor of the Precious Blood for July 2. Customs in Honor of the Feast of the Most Precious Blood 3. Within the Octave of Ss. Peter and Paul This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com offers Latin prayer cards to learn and share prayers in …
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If you have children that are currently being educated, you need to know about the attacks coming under the label of "Critical Race Theory." CRT is devastating to children - it causes confusion, guilt, blame, and a lifetime of misunderstanding. It's also demonic in origin. Join me in this episode as CRT opposition expert Dr George Maurer walks thro…
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In this episode retired U.S. Air Force Colonel Patrick J. Raglow shares how his long military career--and his association with Catholic military chaplains--prepared him to organize relief efforts for tornado victims as the Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.توسط Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
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We worship a God of miracles. Sometimes they're subtle or slight - but sometimes they're not! Sometimes the miracles are so big and powerful we're left to wonder how we ever doubted. Join me in this episode as Joshua Marcengill shares his story about God's powerful and miraculous intervention in his life. Multiple times in his story, God brings a p…
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In today’s episode, on the 5th Sunday after Pentecost, I address the following: 1. Fifth Sunday after Pentecost 2. The Nativity of St. John the Baptist as a Former Holy Day of Obligation 3. Reminder to Fast on the Vigil of Ss. Peter and Paul 4. Five Excellent Means to Resist Sins in the Mind I would like to thank CatechismClass.com for sponsoring t…
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Many today want to deny the existence or importance of the spiritual realm. It's scary, confusing, and often overwhelming. Yet, we would be foolish to not take it seriously. We know that it's real and has real power in our lives. Join me in this episode as I give some high level guidelines for some things you need to be aware of as a Catholic about…
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In today’s episode, on 4th Sunday after Pentecost, I address the following: 1. The Fourth Sunday after Pentecost 2. Can the Ordinary Magisterium Err? 3. Must a Catholic Obey the Pope in All Things? This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com offers Latin prayer cards to learn and share prayers in the sacred language. Learn your basic …
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A lot of us take great confidence in our technical skills. We may be the very best at our jobs of all the competition, but if we cannot connect on a personal level then we are going to struggle. Join me in this episode as Lance Cayko walks through his journey of learning to connect with others, and eventually with God. So often we run from God - or…
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This is a tough time to be in a corporate environment and be a Catholic. There's a tremendous number of powerful assaults on the truth and teachings of goodness going on everywhere. Many men are intimidated and unsure how to balance what seems like an impossible mix: providing for their family while also speaking the truth. Join me in this episode …
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In today’s episode, on the Sunday within the Octave of the Sacred Heart, I address the following: 1. The Octave of the Sacred Heart 2. Act of Consecration to the Sacred Heart 3. Act of Reparation to the Sacred Heart 4. Home Enthronement to the Sacred Heart I would like to thank CatechismClass.com for sponsoring this episode. CatechismClass.com, the…
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Virtually everyone has heard of the Ten Commandments. Yet, surprisingly, most of us can't actually name all ten. If we can't even name them - do you really think we're actually keeping them? Some people might even wonder if they're still relevant in our lives today. Join me in this episode as Ed Van Buskirk and I talk about the value and necessity …
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In today’s episode, on the Sunday within the Octave of Corpus Christi, I address the following: 1. The Octave of Corpus Christi 2. External Solemnities Explained 3. Special US Specific Rubrics for External Solemnities for Ss. Peter and Paul 4. Common Questions Answered on the Holy Eucharist This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com …
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We hear all the time that we need to surrender something to the Lord. Sure, it sounds good, and is probably a good thing to do - but how do we actually do it? Sometimes surrendering that particular thing kind of feels almost like a little bit of death! Sometimes it actually is. But we still have to do it anyways. Join me in this episode as I walk t…
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In today’s episode, on Trinity Sunday, I address the following: 1. Trinity Sunday 2. (6) Heresies Against the Trinity to Refute 3. Worshipping with Non-Catholics is a Mortal Sin I would like to thank CatechismClass.com for sponsoring this episode. CatechismClass.com, the leader in online Catholic catechism classes, has everything from online K-12 p…
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Sometimes God asks us for little things. A little adjustment here or there. Sometimes He asks us to do things that scare the...poop out of us. How we respond to His call tells us a lot about ourselves. All too often we crumble and falter. But we don't have to! Join me in this episode as Kevin Phillip shares his story of God's call to ministry throu…
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In today’s episode, on Pentecost Sunday, I address the following: 1. Customs for Pentecost Sunday & Why Pentecost is Such a Holy Day 2. The Whit Ember Fasts 3. Why Catholics Must Reject In Vitro Fertilization This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com offers Latin prayer cards to learn and share prayers in the sacred language. Learn …
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In this episode retired U.S. Army First Sergeant Sompaul Vorapanich, a member of the Knights of Columbus and Director of the annual Warriors to Lourdes Pilgrimage, shares how ailing veterans find peace and healing at the sanctuary baths and grotto of Our Lady.توسط Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
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In this episode Father Peter A. Pomposello, CH (MAJ), USA, tells how he recruited more than two dozen prospective Catholic U.S. Army chaplains in less than 18 months as the Army's chief Catholic chaplain recruiter.توسط Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
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Every human has a great number of pieces, parts, and facets to themself. Finding balance is often difficult - commonly one piece (perhaps a lustful piece) takes over control and we seem "surprised" with where we end up. Things get really bad when we confuse a "piece" of ourself for the actual "self." Who is the real "I" that lives beneath all our d…
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In today’s episode, on the Sunday within the Octave of the Ascension, I address the following: 1. Next Saturday is the Vigil of Pentecost: Fast & Abstain 2. Our Blessed Mother as Mediatrix of All Graces and Co-Redemptrix I would like to thank CatechismClass.com for sponsoring this episode. CatechismClass.com, the leader in online Catholic catechism…
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So often in our lives, God is moving pieces that we don't see, or at least understand. We commonly are so focused on the moment we fail to see the bigger picture. Commonly we fear that things are so bad there is no way even God could bring good out. But there are also those blessed moments where God lets us really see back in time - see the beauty …
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In today’s episode, on the Rogation Sunday, I address the following: 1. The Minor Rogation Days 2. Ascentiontide Customs 3. How to Participate in The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in union with Christ the High Priest and Christ the Victim This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com offers Latin prayer cards to learn and share prayers in …
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The Pro-Life cause is near and dear to many Catholics' hearts. Yet, a lot of us, with good intention, write a check, pray, and hope that's enough. Here's a great story about a group of Deacons who set out to do more. Join me in this episode as Deacon Dr. Kevin Cummings shares the story of Deacons of Hope. While based in Kansas, they are looking to …
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In this episode retired Space Shuttle astronaut and four-star U.S. Air Force General Kevin P. Chilton mulls over his upcoming presentation on "trustworthy stewards" at the National Eucharistic Congress in Indianapolis on Thursday, July 19.توسط Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
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Most of us believe that God has a plan for us. Probably even a purpose...but do we know what it is? Have you done the work to really connect deeply with God's plan for you? If so, have you gone even further and aligned your time, your calendar, and your life with that purpose? Join me in this episode as David Buck shares both his story and his wisd…
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In today’s episode, on the 4th Sunday after Easter, I address the following: 1. The Propers for the 4th Sunday after Easter 2. Seasonal Variation in the Prayer before and after Meals 3. SS. Philip and James on May 1st 4. The Finding of the Holy Cross on May 3rd I would like to thank CatechismClass.com for sponsoring this episode. CatechismClass.com…
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We all get triggered. Some of us, frequently. When we get triggered, we love to point the finger at the other person, at the situation, even at God. But what if the right person to point the finger at is ourselves? My claim to you is that you have the power to solve your own triggers, to create your own responses that you choose. You can do it by f…
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In today’s episode, on the 3rd Sunday after Easter, I address the following: 1. The Propers for the 3rd Sunday after Easter 2. Catholic Anthropology: Understanding Body and Soul plus Memory, Intellect, and Will This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com offers Latin prayer cards to learn and share prayers in the sacred language. Lear…
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In today’s episode, on Good Shepherd Sunday, I address the following: Good Shepherd Sunday Reflection & Call to Action The Other Sheep Not of This Fold and It’s Not the Mormons How Fasting on Vigils Was Reduced Over Time I would like to thank CatechismClass.com for sponsoring this episode. CatechismClass.com, the leader in online Catholic catechism…
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In this episode, Dr. Mark Moitoza, Th.D., D. Min., Vice-Chancellor for Evangelization of the Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA, tells how qualified military Catholics can get a big discount on passes to the five-day National Eucharistic Congress July 17-21, 2024, in Indianapolis.توسط Archdiocese for the Military Services, USA
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There are some addictions and traps that God lets us get out of pretty easy, but there are some that are really tough. Often we persuade ourselves that we can do it, or that it'll be enough to just get mostly clean - but we're wrong. We delay the healing through self deception. Join me in this episode as Logan Hufford shares his story of a severe s…
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Most of us have been blessed repeatedly in life by another person offering wisdom and perspective. Sometimes it was a formal mentorship, sometimes simply a random passing. There's something fundamental to the human experience to learn from and be in community with other humans. Our modern world is quietly suffering in extreme isolation. We've never…
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In today’s episode, on Low Sunday, I address the following: 1. Who was the First Person Christ Appeared to After His Resurrection? 2. Traditional Blessing of Homes and Food for Easter 3. Pope St. Leo the Great 4. The Litany of Loretto Explained This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com offers Latin prayer cards to learn and share pr…
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Addiction can leave one feeling utterly trapped, helpless, and powerless. It's so hard to escape, and even harder yet to hold onto hope. Yet we are never too far gone for God's mercy. Join me in this episode as Nico Morales shares his amazing story of addiction, escape, falling again, and escape again. God's love and grace are what save us all, but…
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"Marriage is the primordial sacrament" - a comment understood by almost none of us. We know that marriage matters, intellectually at least. But how do we actually live out our marriage? How do we capture that sacramental grace in a practical way? Join me in this episode as Catholic author Steve Thomas and I walk through what it means to be a man wh…
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In today’s episode, on Easter Sunday, the most glorious all feastdays, I address the following: Customs for Easter Friday & Easter Saturday The 153 Fish in the Gospel of John on Easter Wednesday The Forgotten Pascal Commemoration of the Cross at Lauds & Vespers And be sure to check out Episode 8 from last year, which covered: Customs for Easter Wee…
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The early church (and much of the modern Eastern church) had this strong Contemplative component that provided a powerful basis for Christians. This component is, sadly, mostly missing from our modern western Latin Rite Catholicism. But what if what we lost is actually really important? What if we need both contemplative time and community life at …
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Apply To Work Together! Ready to learn the small changes can lead to big transformations? In today's episode, I will share practical ways to elevate your daily routine. Grab a notebook and pen because we're about to explore simple practices that can enhance your overall well-being! I pray this blesses you! Related Episodes: 5 Journaling Prompts For…
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In today’s episode, on this solemn Palm Sunday, I address the following: 1. 10 Suggestions for Holy Week 2. How Palm Sunday Changed Already by the 1962 Missal 3. Keeping Spiritual Priorities First in the Family This episode is sponsored by PrayLatin.com. PrayLatin.com offers Latin prayer cards to learn and share prayers in the sacred language. Lear…
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One of the most common questions I get is what are the actual differences between Coaching and Therapy. While there are some common challenges between them, there are also some significant differences. Coaching, much like in a gym, is much more of a push to do your best. Therapy, at it's finest, is a gentle nurturing restoration of traumatic damage…
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We all get into a low slump at times in our lives. Some of those times are lower than others. Most men, when we get into a sticky and dark situation, really struggle to accept help. It seems like simply too much. Join me in this episode as Ryan Penley shares his story of addiction, and how one man's tenderness and gentleness finally cut through his…
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