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Catholic Theology an Apologetics


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This station is a teaching ministry that adheres to the teachings of the United States Old Catholic Church. We are unapologetically Catholic and proud of it! While our programming is in line with the teachings of the USOCC, our programming does not necessarily reflect the views of the USOCC or its Bishops. Our mission is to spread the truth of the one and only apostolic faith, the faith that Jesus founded and His apostles taught, from the beginnings of Christianity. We also air programs that address supernatural topics, such as miracles or ministry to the dead, and worldly topics about human psychology and ethics. Follow us on blogtalk to receive notifications about upcoming broadcasts.

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Join Deacon Kristina Rake, M.A., of the Old Catholic Church, for our new weekly series on the Bible, The Bible and Breakfast. For our first book of the Bible, we will study one of the most controversial, misunderstood, and... more

The jailor will put you in jail and you won't be allowed out until you pay the last penny. What in the world does Jesus mean? A place where you have to pay for sins after you die? Don't you just go right to heaven and hell? And the... more

The United States Old Catholic Church ordains women to Holy Orders, as both deacons and priests. The Old Catholic Church also consecrates women as Bishops. While the Old Catholic Church's sacraments are accepted by the... more

Join Kristina Rake, M.A., for our weekly lay-worship and prayer. This is a prayer service run by a layperson that includes prayer, hymns, the Sunday readings, intercessions, and guided meditation. It begins with Beginner's Bible: Cracking... more

In order to enter the Kingdom of Heaven, Jesus says we must be Baptized. In order to be a true church, Jesus commissioned us to make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Spirit.... more

Prayers for the sick will include: the Rosary, the Psalms, Scripture, Prayers to the Saints, and the Litany of the Holy Names. Come and pray for those who are ill and suffering. The show will be about 45 minutes long. A copyof the prayers... more

The Catholic Church professes seven Sacraments that convey the grace they signify: Baptism, Confirmation, Communion, Confession, Anointing of the Sick, Ordination, and Marriage. The spiritual life of the church revolves around these... more

Last week, we broke new ground by doing a live, on-air past life regression on one of our co-hosts. By doing so, we made available the tools for you to try to discover your own past lives. THIS WEEK is an opportunity for you to call in... more

Catholics are asked this question all the time by well-meaning family, friends, co-workers--even well-clad men and women who walk the neighborhoods on Saturday mornings trying to get them some SOULS for Jeeee-SUSSSS! Most... more
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