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As we approach Semptember 21, 2014, more and more blogs are coming out of the Catholic Community. In other news sorces you find other professionals debuking the Catholics claims. Dastur Adam Daniels of the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu gives his perspective on all this hype. Its an interesting look into religious banter and belief from the pious side. Lets look into the loony toones of FAITH!
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 Catholics aren't even sure what the question means, not because they aren't saved or born again (they are), but because they don't use those words to describe what happens to them when they are. So Catholics often stare blankly at the inquisitor and answer, "No, I'm not born again. I'm Catholic."
Evangelicals and other Baptist traditions don't believe Catholics are either simply because we're Catholic. They fear for our souls because they believe we follow traditions instead of the bible. However, Catholics absolutely are born again and/or saved (the terms are used interchangeably in Protestantism, but for Catholics they mean two different things that happen at two different times). We're born again the way the BIBLE tells us we have to be born again. We are saved the way the BIBLE tells us we're saved. The fact of the matter is that evangelicals may be born again (it depends) and they may be saved (eventually), but if they are, it will be a happy accident and not the result of following the Bible. Indeed, on these matters, it is the CATHOLIC who follows the Bible strictly and the evangelical who follows man-made traditions.
Join Senior apologist and Old Catholic Theologian Kristina Rake, M.A. to learn how it is we can say we are born again the Scriptural way and what all of this means to our lives and our afterlives.
Pastoralia IV: How to Live and Work with Non-Catholics
In this episode of Pastoralia we're going to take on the difficult subject of how to live, work, and get along with people who don't just differ in belief from us, but may be actively working against Our Lord Jesus Christ and His Church.
We will cover: practicing homosexuals, people living in sin, people who are divorced or remarried, people with annulments from SSPX or the Novus Ordo, single mothers, etc. Can we have these people over for dinner? What if they are family? What happens at company picnics?
We'll also tackle the difficult non-Catholic weddings/funerals quandary. You need general principles in order to make these tough decisions. We'll give them to you.
Finally, we'll answer some questions from our last episode pertaining to work on Sunday and Reserved Sins during a time of interregnum.
Join Stephen Heiner and Fr. Stephen McKenna as they discuss these important and extremely relevant issues.
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Are you confused and unsure of what is going on right now in the Ukraine with Russia? You will want to tune into this Thursday's show for the answers! Fr. Rojas is a foregin affairs expert and he has studied and followed the situtation in Eastern Europe for years. Fr. Rojas will takes us through a histroy of what is behind the current conflict, and then will talk about how we as Catholics should look at and deal with the current struggle going in the Ukraine. You will not want to miss this very informative and timely show!
Your outspoken host questions the ability of the Supreme Court to extract its collective head out of its collective ass. Founded by the desire to break free from the bonds of the Catholic Church, the Court now takes revenge on the Founding Fathers in their quest to bring a country that is free of religious rhetoric...not. Also, the all important question always rotating about during the NFL draft...who will be the 1st middle-aged, overweight, slow white guy to come off the board? This and more questions about prejudice and equal opportunity in today's NFL.
Every Monday on Following The Truth, join Catholic Evangelist Gary Zimak as he looks at "What Catholics Really Believe". Focusing on the more challenging or confusing Catholic teachings, you'll come away with a better of understanding of what Catholics REALLY believe. In this episode, Gary will discuss the Catholic teaching on the Bible. How do Catholics view the Bible? Do we truly believe it's God's word? In addition, we'll read and discuss the daily Mass readings. You don't want to miss this important show!
Every Monday on Following The Truth, join Catholic Evangelist Gary Zimak as he looks at "What Catholics Really Believe". Focusing on the more challenging or confusing Catholic teachings, you'll come away with a better of understanding of what Catholics REALLY believe. In this episode, Gary will conclude his discussion about Catholic teaching on the Bible. How do Catholics view the Bible? Do we truly believe it's God's word? In addition, we'll read and discuss the daily Mass readings. You don't want to miss this important show!
We'll explore how the Church is and could be employing new media to rekindle the faith lives of those who have drifted apart from the Catholic Church with Helen Osman, Secretary for Communications for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). We'll also tap into the brilliance of Mara Einstein, PhD, the author of Brands of Faith: Marketing Religion in a Commercial Age (Routledge, 2008) and former MTV marketing executive, to discuss what the Catholic Church could learn from the new media successes and failures of multinational brands and other Christian denominations. * Should the Catholic Church engage in brand marketing? * In so doing, might the Catholic Church threaten its ability to raise us above the market? * What training resources are available to Catholic laity and clergy who want to learn how to make smart and appropriate use of new media in the new evangelization? * How should the Church handle complex copyright issues that pit the understandable interest of the Church to maintain the integrity of Church documents against the admirable desire of young Catholics to have more freedom in their use of these documents to evangelize online? We'll address all these questions and more in this live interview that you will NOT want to miss. Special thanks to this episode's sponsor: ParishWebstore.com
HOLIER THAN THOU?
Join Butterfly Evolution with Host Tammy Gaitor and Rodney Jordan for what will be one of the most powerful conversations to date. Why, because in today’s society many people are SPIRITUALLY DROWNING. During a past show “I Can’t Pimp You, If You Don’t Want To Be Pimped” Host Rodney Jordan commented as follows:
Christians - Non Christians, Catholics, Baptist... What ever your religion may be, have gotten so far away from God but so into the world…
Many are more religious than God is? They focus on so many things that God does not focus on..
Tune in as we discuss the Holier Than Thou Journey. What is the Journey? How does one get caught up and find themselves on this journey? Are you one of them or perhaps know one of them? We get so caught up in the do’s, don’ts; rules, regulations and the legalistic religion journey and in many cases miss the necessary journey.
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