On our last episode of our second season, we talk about the twelve apostles. We are each called to be the evangelist that they were!
National Geographic Article
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Elliott Iannello talks about his work ministering to the gaming community with GameChurch, and also about developing his own game, Young Son, through Parable Game Studios.
Parable Game Studios
Humans of Gaming Podcast by Love Thy Nerd
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Does social media make us better people? Does it help us evangelize or not?
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The articles cited in this conversation:
What's Scariest: Facebook, Google,... or Us?
How Social Media is Leading Millenials to Rome
A 10-Point Catholic Social Media Compact
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Welcome to Apologetics Rodeo! Our second Live episode!
Information for this episode came from Catholic Answers: www.catholic.com
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Tom Gould is the cartoonist behind Tomics, a hilarious weekly Catholic webcomic. We talk about faith, humor, Connecticut and the hilariousness of the USCCCCCB.
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Can we evangelize by our very appearance? We discuss how style of dress, manner, modesty, and cassocks all contribute to how we demonstrate our faith to other people.
Churchpop on Cassocks
Those Catholic Men on Modesty
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Who was Saint Don Bosco? And what does table hockey have to do with it?
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It can be hard to have conversations about truth and existence and whatnot, especially with those who are close to us who don't share our views.
We go on location with the good folks who are hanging out at the Supreme Court in Washington, DC, participating in a rally in support of the plaintiffs of NIFLA vs. Becerra. Find information on the case here: https://nifla.org/nifla-vs-becerra/
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Barrie Schwortz, a photography expert and Orthodox Jew by heritage, is one of the leading proponents of the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin.
We get a chance to pick his brain and learn all about the Shroud. Learn more at www.Shroud.com.
The folks who make things happen for youth in our diocese come and visit with us!
Meet Serra Alongi, Tara Bailey, and Gabe Roa, members of our diocesan program staff in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. They help to bring Christ to the young people of the Mountain State, and they've got some stories to tell.
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Summer Camp - www.campbosco.com
Manus Christi Teen Work Camp - www.manuschristi.com
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Deacon James Munuhe is a permanent Deacon and full-time accountant (certified to preach AND do your taxes), working at St. James Catholic Church in Charles Town, WV. In our second episode of season 2, we talk about early Christians and their practical and effective approach to evangelization.
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It's a brand new season! In this season, we talk about going fishing, fishing for men that is. Why is it so difficult? How do we do it better? In the next 11 episodes, we meet folks who are doing evangelization really well.
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Fr. Dwight Longenecker's Evangelization Article at CERC
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We delve into three traditions of Christmas: the date December 25, Saint Nicholas (the jolly old elf himself!), and the Christmas Tree. What lessons do they have to teach us this year?
The Date December 25
Saint Boniface and the Christmas Tree
Father Josh Stevens tells his story. A priest for the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, Fr. Josh serves two parishes, a college, and various other ministries. A graduate of NET and a chaplain in the United States Army National Guard, he is a man of many talents. In this episode, he talks to us about how he manages to do all this without going crazy.
What does the church teach about taxation? In this episode, we talk about what the Catechism does (and doesn't) say about being a moral citizen in terms of finances.
In the context of this podcast, we don't advocate for any particular political solution. Please don't send us hate mail! If you do, we'll read it on The Catch in a funny voice.
We delve into the life of one of the Church's newest Blesseds!
Music courtesy of Art List and Slainte
This week, we feature an episode of The Kyle Heimann Show! Mark and Likable Art's Cory Heimann discuss why art and storytelling matter in the modern world.
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Photo Credit to Likable Art
Steve Jagla, now Youth Minister at St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church in Fort Wayne, shares the story of the Glorybus. He also discusses Pier Giorgio Frassati and the role of Christian friendship in his life.
We discuss the Parable of the Talents, and how it applies to life, virtue, and business.
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Dom Daniel Oppenheimer, CRNJ, shares stories from his life as prior of the Canons Regular of the New Jerusalem in Charles Town, WV.
The audio quality this week was a tad lacking, but we'll be back up to full strength next week!
After a 3-month hiatus, Mark discusses his adventures in Indiana with Likable Art and Paul gets into his adventures in teaching Confirmation and buying things off a French website.
Audio in this episode includes:
Apollo 11 Launch Countdown: https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/apollo/apollo11_audio.html
Ensemble Organum - Salve Regina (Chant of the Templars):
Lori Cascio joins us to talk about her work in pro-life advocacy with Students for Life of America! She has lots of great words of encouragement for times when we're called to stand up for the most defenseless of humans.
Find more information at studentsforlife.org or contact Lori at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week, Mark sits down with Dan Fedoryka to talk about life with Scythian, one of the nation's most celebrated folk bands.
The Scythian songs featured in this episode are (in order of appearance):
The Sheldon House Reels
New York Girls
Fields of St. James
Paint This Town
Jump at the Sun
Last Days of Summer
Learn more about Scythian at: scythianmusic.com
The Camino de Santiago: What is it, where is it, and why you should go!
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