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Advent Series 2022, Pt. 2: The word “Advent” means “coming” or “arrival.” While we tend to focus on the coming of the Son of God as a child at Christmas, Advent is traditionally a penitential season that is supposed to make us ready to meet the Lord at His second coming. This Advent series by Dr. David Hajduk, Array of Hope’s Director of Theology, reflects on the Final Advent of the Lord - the Last Judgment. This second part explores questions like “What will the appearance of the Lord be like at the end of time?” and “How do contemporary and popular depictions of Christ actually contradict the teachings of Sacred Scripture and the Fathers of the Church?”--Host: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhopeFollow Array of Hope Music on:Instagram: @aohmusic_#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
What Conscience Is (And Isn't) And How to Form It: In this episode, we hear the story of Dr. Matthew Levering, internationally renowned Catholic theologian, author or editor of over 30 books, and convert from Quakerism. We discuss common misunderstandings of “conscience” and what it means to “follow your conscience.” We also consider the role of a theologian, and Dr. Levering’s work to advance the genuine teachings of the Second Vatican Council.  --About Dr. Matthew LeveringMatthew Levering is James N. and Mary D. Perry Jr. Chair of Theology at Mundelein Seminary, and Co-Director of the Chicago Theological Initiative.  He is the author or editor of over thirty books, and the translator of Gilles Emery’s The Trinity.  Most recently he has published Engaging the Doctrine of the Holy Spirit: Love and Gift in the Trinity and the Church and Proofs of God: Classical Arguments from Tertullian to Barth.  He co-edits two quarterly journals, Nova et Vetera and International Journal of Systematic Theology.  Since 2004, he has been a participant in Evangelicals and Catholics Together, and from 2007-2016 he served as Chair of the Board of the Academy of Catholic Theology.  He is a Distinguished Fellow of the St. Paul Center.--Books by Dr. Matthew LeveringThe Abuse of Conscience: A Century of Catholic Moral TheologyAquinas's Eschatological Ethics and the Virtue of TemperanceAn Introduction to Vatican II as an Ongoing Theological EventVatican II: Renewal within Tradition--Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhopeFollow AOH Music on:Instagram: @aohmusic_#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
Advent Series 2022, Pt. 1: The word “Advent” means “coming” or “arrival.” While we tend to focus on the coming of the Son of God as a child at Christmas, Advent is traditionally a penitential season that is supposed to make us ready to meet the Lord at His second coming. This Advent series by Dr. David Hajduk, Array of Hope’s Director of Theology, reflects on the Final Advent of the Lord - the Last Judgment. This first part explores questions like “Why is there a general judgment at the end of time if there is a particular judgment at the moment of death?” and “What will be the signs that Jesus’ second coming is near?”--Host: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhopeFollow AOH Music on:Instagram: @aohmusic_#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
What Is the Role of a Bishop?: In this episode, we hear the story of Bishop Joseph Strickland, the Bishop of the Diocese of Tyler, Texas, host of the Bishop Strickland Show, and outspoken advocate of Catholic orthodoxy in a time of doctrinal confusion. We discuss the vocation and role of the Bishop to teach, to govern, and to sanctify, the importance of true devotion to the Blessed Sacrament, as well as Bishop Strickland’s efforts to have his diocese be a model teaching diocese.--About Bp. Joseph StricklandJoseph Edward Strickland serves as the fourth Bishop of Tyler.Upon the creation of the Diocese of Tyler in 1987, Father Strickland joined the presbyterate of the new diocese and was named the first vocation director in March of 1987 by Bishop Charles Herzig. He was assigned as parochial vicar of Sacred Heart Parish in Nacogdoches in June of 1989 and served there until October of that same year when he was assigned as pastor of St. Michael Parish in Mt. Pleasant. In August of 1992, he  was assigned to study canon law at Catholic University of America. After completing his licentiate (JCL) in canon law in May of 1994, Father Strickland was assigned by Bishop Edmond Carmody as pastor of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Tyler. He was appointed judicial vicar for the diocese in 1995 and was named a Prelate of Honor with the title of Monsignor by Pope John Paul II in 1996. When Bishop Carmody was named Bishop of Corpus Christi in March of 2000, Mgr. Strickland was elected diocesan administrator for Tyler and served in that capacity until January of 2001 when Bishop Álvaro Corrada was installed as the third Bishop of Tyler.In 2010, Msgr. Strickland was appointed vicar general of the diocese, and when Bishop Corrada was transferred to Mayagüez, Puerto Rico in 2011, Strickland was appointed delegate of the apostolic administrator for Tyler.In September of 2012, Pope Benedict XVI named Msgr. Strickland as the fourth Bishop of Tyler. He was consecrated as bishop on November 28, 2012 by Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston.--Resources from Bp. Joseph Stricklandhttps://www.lifesitenews.com/shows/the-bishop-strickland-show/--Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhopeFollow Array of Hope Music on:Instagram: @arrayofhopemusic#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
CANDID - Are Soulmates Real?: In this first CANDID episode of Season 3, the team (Alanis, Jack, Jimmy, and Ryan) discusses the concept of soulmates. Where does this idea come from? Is it based in Christianity? Are soulmates—i.e. perfect life partners—real? Tune in to discover the Platonic origin of soulmates and what the CANDID crew thinks about its philosophical validity!--Visit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhopeFollow Array of Hope Music on:Instagram: @arrayofhopemusic#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
True Beauty: In this episode, we hear the story of Leah Darrow - a former reality TV model turned international Catholic speaker, life-coach, author, and podcaster. We discuss True Beauty and how the very notion of beauty has become distorted in our culture. We also discuss Leah’s work to help women reach their God-given potential through her initiatives Lux University and Power Made Perfect. --About Leah DarrowLeah Darrow is an international Catholic speaker that dares her audience to live a life according to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.Before her debut on the reality TV show, America’s Next Top Model, and the subsequent years as a professional model in New York City, Leah earned a Bachelors in psychology from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. She is currently working towards her Masters in Theology at the Augustine Institute. Leah and her husband Rick Soldinie, live in St. Louis, welcomed their 1st child in August 2013 and rarely sleep anymore.Leah has appeared on numerous radio and TV programs regarding topics of faith and culture. She also addressed a United Nations panel discussion on behalf of international youth in July of 2011. Most recently overseas, Leah rallied an audience of 15,000 youth at the World Trade Center in Manila during her Real Love Revolution tour in the Philippines, and then here at home gave the keynote address for over 7,000 college students at the national FOCUS conference, SEEK2013 held in Walt Disney World.Leah speaks to people of all ages on topics of mercy, conversion, human dignity, modesty, and chastity. Leah is particularly inspired to share these ideas in light of Blessed John Paul II’s Theology of the Body, and do her small part in the call for a New Evangelization.--Resources from Leah Darrowhttps://www.leahdarrow.com/powermadeperfecthttps://www.theluxuniversity.com/?r_done=1--Check out this article!: Reclaiming Halloween as a Catholic Celebration--Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhopeFollow Array of Hope Music on:Instagram: @arrayofhopemusic#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhopeFollow Array of Hope Music on:Instagram: @arrayofhopemusic#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
This past year we witnessed the passing of Alice von Hildebrand, Catholic philosopher and author, and wife of one of the foremost theologians and philosophers of the 20th century, Dietrich von Hildebrand. In this podcast episode we share portions of an interview with Alice conducted by Mario Costabile several years ago, as a tribute to this amazing and influential Catholic woman. Alice discusses her concerns about the state of education, the breakdown of the family and the contemporary attacks on the family, and the crucial role that women play in the plan of God. She also shares her view that the key to building a culture of life, as well as strong marriages, is personal holiness.--About Alice von HildebrandAlice von Hildebrand was a Belgian-born American Catholic philosopher, theologian, author, and professor. She taught philosophy at Hunter College for 37 years and became an internationally beloved figure through her many books and articles and numerous radio and television appearances. She is the widow of the famous Catholic philosopher, Dietrich von Hildebrand, whose work she developed and made her own, making important contributions especially to the Catholic understanding of marriage and of femininity. Despite misogyny and anti-Catholicism at every turn, Alice von Hildebrand was a professor of philosophy for nearly 40 years in New York City. In a climate of relativism, she championed the objectivity of truth. Some students on the verge of despair found a reason for living; many, despite the fact that she never mentioned religion, converted to Catholicism. Alice von Hildebrand passed into eternal life on January 14, 2022, leaving behind wisdom found in her many books including The Privilege of Being a Woman, Man and Woman: A Divine Invention, and her autobiography Memoirs of a Happy Failure.--Host: Mario CostabileVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
Loved As I Am: In this episode, our conversation is with Sister Miriam James Heidland, SOLT - popular speaker and religious sister of the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity. Sister Miriam is known for her powerful witness and profound wisdom. She can be found speaking internationally at conferences and retreats, working with the John Paul II Healing Center, and co-hosting the popular podcast Abiding Together. We discuss how God delights in bringing us to wholeness, how shame often moves us to believe the lies that we are worthless and unlovable, and how God desires to begin a lifelong process of healing and restoration with us so we can live life fully and in freedom. Finally, we will look at how common religious phrases like "God loves you just the way you are'' and "God meets you where you're at" should be properly understood.--About Sr. Miriam James Heidland, SOLTSr. Miriam James Heidland, SOLT, is a popular Catholic speaker, cohost of the Abiding Together podcast, and the author of the bestselling book Loved as I Am.A former Division I athlete who had a radical conversion and joined the Society of Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity in 1998, Heidland has shared her story on EWTN’s The Journey Home, at numerous SEEK and Steubenville conferences, and at the USCCB’s Convocation of Catholic Leaders.In addition to speaking, Heidland has served in parish ministry and as the director of novices for her SOLT community. She also has served as an assistant to both her provincial and general superiors.Heidland earned a master’s degree in theology from the Augustine Institute and speaks extensively on the topics of conversion, authentic love, forgiveness, and healing.--Purchase Sr. Miriam's latest book Restore: A Guided Lent Journal for Prayer and Meditation at Ave Maria Press. --Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
CANDID - Can There Be Married Priests?: On today’s episode of candid the crew sat down with priest, author, and theologian Fr. Dwight Longenecker to talk about the culture, Church teaching, and the many distractions that can persuade us from keeping our eyes on Christ.--Visit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
Why Study Theology?: In this episode, we discuss how learning more about the Bible and Catholic teaching can inspire our faith, and how we can effectively communicate the Catholic Faith to those who may not have a firm religious foundation. Our conversation is with Dr. Andrew Swafford, Professor of Theology at Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, popular speaker and author, and general editor and contributor to The Great Adventure Catholic Bible, upon which Fr. Mike Schmitz's The Bible in a Year podcast is based on. Finally, in this episode we investigate what theology actually is, as well as the "prerequisites'' of its study.--About Dr. Andrew SwaffordAndrew Swafford is Associate Professor of Theology at Benedictine College. He is general editor and contributor to The Great Adventure Catholic Bible published by Ascension Press and host of the DVD series (and author of the companion book) Hebrews: The New and Eternal Covenant as well as author and host of Romans: The Gospel of Salvation, both published by Ascension. Andrew is author of Nature and Grace; John Paul II to Aristotle and Back Again; and Spiritual Survival in the Modern World. He holds a doctorate in Sacred Theology from the University of St. Mary of the Lake and a master’s degree in Old Testament & Semitic Languages from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. He is a member of the Society of Biblical Literature, Academy of Catholic Theology, and a senior fellow at the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology. He lives with his wife Sarah and their five children in Atchison, KS.--Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
CANDID - “It Ain’t Cool to be Catholic”: Mariama, Ryan, and Jack discuss the misguided stereotypes surrounding the Catholic faith, and how being Catholic can often be seen as a joke or culturally outdated. They also dive into why this perception has manifested itself and why people are sometimes averse to Catholicism.--Visit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
What's the Devil's Strategy?: In this episode, we hear from priest and exorcist Fr. Vincent Lampert.  He has been the exorcist for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis since 2005, and presently receives over 3,500 emails, phone calls, or letters a year from people of various faiths (or no faith at all) seeking help from the Church against demonic forces, in addition to pastoring two parishes. Fr. Vincent speaks publicly about his ministry, gives many interviews, and has authored the book Exorcism: The Battle Against Satan and his Demons. Finally, in this episode we try to understand better how the Devil seeks to get us to fall, so we can defend ourselves against his tactics.--About Fr. Vincent LampertFr. Vincent P. Lampert is a graduate of St. Meinrad College and of the University of St. Mary of the Lake-Mundelein Seminary. Fr. Lampert was ordained a priest for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis in 1991. He currently serves as the Pastor of St. Michael and St. Peter Parishes in Brookville, Indiana. In 2005 he was appointed the Exorcist for the Archdiocese of Indianapolis. He received his training in Rome and is a member of the International Association of Exorcists. He is the author of the book Exorcism: The Battle Against Satan and His Angels where he offers his expertise as a seasoned exorcist and presents authentic Catholic teaching on the devil and his plan against humanity.--Follow Fr. Lampert on Twitter: @FrVinceLampert--Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
Music, Media, and Culture: In this episode of Candid Ryan, Mariama, and Jack discuss the importance of beauty and how art impacts our mental, emotional, and spiritual lives.--Visit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
We are Broken and Beautiful: In this episode, we hear from Jake and Heather Khym. Jake incorporates the insights of St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body into his work as a private counselor and co-hosts the popular podcasts Restore the Glory and Way of the Heart. Heather is a popular speaker and author and the co-host of the internationally popular podcast Abiding Together. Jake and Heather are the co-founders of Life Restoration Ministries which seeks to create environments of encounter through conferences and workshops where people can draw close to God, experience restoration, and become fully alive. We learn about Jake and Heather's faith journeys, how those journeys converged, the inner obstacles that people experience that prevent them from living life to the full. They are also very open about their own struggles in their lives and marriage. Finally, we try to understand how we are both broken and beautiful, and what our response to this truth of ourselves should be.--About Jake & Heather KhymJake has a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts in Theology with a concentration in Catechetics. Jake has worked in various settings for over 20 years including adult faith formation, seminarian and priestly formation, diocesan evangelization, catechesis, RCIA, retreat ministry, and he ran his own private counseling practice for over 10 years. Currently, Jake teaches at the Seminary of Christ the King offering human and pastoral formation to the seminarians in the Archdiocese of Vancouver, is a consultant to Dioceses and ministries, offers an annual Men's Retreat in British Columbia and accompanies male leaders on their journey of faith. Jake also offers inspiring workshops and retreats on a variety of topics. He lives in British Columbia with his wife Heather and their three teenage children.Heather is an established speaker and worship leader with over 25 years of experience. She attended Franciscan University of Steubenville where she studied Theology and Catechetics and met her husband, Jake. Currently, Heather speaks on a variety of topics, leads conferences, retreats, women’s ministry and has a podcast called Abiding Together. Her passion is in evangelization, discipleship, and creating an environment for people to have a personal encounter with God. She lives in British Columbia with Jake and their 3 teenage children.--Learn more about Jake and Heather's work at Life Restoration Ministries at their website:https://www.liferestoration.ca/Listen to the Abiding Together podcast, hosted by Heather and her friends, Michelle Benzinger and Sr. Miriam James Heidland:https://www.abidingtogetherpodcast.com/--Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
The Candid Crew sits down with a former Swiss Guard, Yves Frei, and asks him about his experience serving with the Francis Pontificate, the role of the Swiss Guard, and his personal journey of faith so far.--Visit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
Can Faith and Science Be Friends?: In this episode, we hear from Catholic priest, apologist, and former President of Gonzaga University Fr. Robert Spitzer, S.J. We learn about his own intellectual journey to find reasons to support the faith of his childhood, how God's grace guided that quest, how the Lord led him to the priesthood and the Jesuits, and about his passion to share solid scientific and philosophical evidence for the teachings of the Catholic Faith. Fr. Spitzer does this through his numerous books, online resources, and the Magis Center. We also discuss the false conceptions that underlie the popular idea that faith and science are at odds.--About Fr. Robert SpitzerFr. Spitzer was President of Gonzaga University from 1998 to 2009. While president, he significantly increased the programs and curricula in faith, ethics, service, and leadership, and led the efforts to build 20 new facilities, increased the student population by 75%, and raised more than $200 million for scholarships and capital projects.He has made many TV appearances including: Larry King Live (debating Stephen Hawking and Leonard Mlodinow), the Today Show (debating on the topic of active euthanasia), The History Channel in “God and The Universe,” a multiple part PBS series “Closer to the Truth,” and the Hugh Hewitt Show.Currently appearing weekly on EWTN in “Father Spitzer’s Universe“.--Visit the Magis Center at:https://magiscenter.com/--Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
In this AR4H CANDID episode, Dr. David Hajduk talks about the last of the three Lenten disciplines – almsgiving – and how it is the remedy for the lust of the eyes, that disordered desire for possessions and wealth that makes us seek comfort and security above all else.--Visit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for Easter of Hope HERE!Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
In this episode, we hear from Catholic psychologist, speaker, and author Dr. Bob Schuchts. We learn about his own path to healing and restoration, as well as how the teaching of St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body transformed his approach to his work as a professional psychologist, and led to the founding of the John Paul II Healing Center. We also discuss the fundamental source of our brokenness and need for healing - original sin - and how true and total healing only comes through Jesus Christ.--About Dr. Bob SchuchtsBob Schuchts [Ph.D.] is the founder of the John Paul II Healing Center, and is a nationally renowned speaker throughout North America and overseas.  Bob is the author of Be Healed: Encountering the Powerful Love of Jesus in Your Life, and Be Transformed: The Healing Power of the Sacraments.  Bob has also contributed to numerous publications, and has published resources available through the Center.Bob spent more than 30 years as a therapist, while also teaching graduate and undergraduate courses in marriage and family relationships, human development, applied psychology, and marriage and family therapy. He held adjunct professor positions at Florida State University; Tallahassee Community College and the Center for Biblical Studies in Tallahassee, Florida. He has also taught courses at the Theology of the Body Institute and the Augustine Institute.--Learn more about the John Paul II Healing Center at:https://jpiihealingcenter.org/--Host: Mario CostabileCohost: Dr. David HajdukVisit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for Easter of Hope HERE!Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
In this AR4H CANDID episode, Dr. David Hajduk talks about the second of the three Lenten disciplines – prayer – and how it is the remedy for the Pride of Life, that disordered desire for power that flows from the sinful pride that plagues us even in very subtle ways. Check out last week’s podcast on the first of the three Lenten disciplines… fasting!Visit our website:https://arrayofhope.org/Sign up for Easter of Hope HERE!Sign up for FREE on the Array of Hope Channel app:https://watch.arrayofhope.net/Available on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android mobile devices.Follow Array of Hope on:Facebook: @ArrayofHopeEventInstagram: @arrayofhopeshowTwitter: @arrayofhopeshowSnapchat: @arrayofhopeListen to Array of Hope's music on your streaming platform of choice:https://lnk.to/arrayofhope#faith #hope #love #Christianity #Catholicism #inspire #inspiration #holiness #life #grace #Good News #theology
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