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Deus Vult Podcast engages any and all aspects of Catholic Culture for the sake of the defense of Christendom from the perspective of two, not-in-any-way-'regular' clerics from Fort Wayne, Indiana. Follow The Deus Vult Podcast on Facebook and deus.vult.podcast on Instagram, or email us at deusvultpodcast@gmail.com. [The content of The Deus Vult Podcast does not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Diocese of Fort Wayne-South Bend.]
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He's Back

He's Back

2021-04-1341:02

The Lord lives! Happy Easter to all our listeners!
Prayer can be tricky. The devil knows this. The fourth installment of the Screwtape Series.
The Chrism Mass and Deacon Dan's call to Holy Orders. Nothing by coincidence, everything by Divine Providence.
Extraterrestrials, Martians, Aliens, Roswell, NM Residents... Would they be saved? Could they be?
Batman vs. Killer Croc

Batman vs. Killer Croc

2021-03-1648:59

The World's Greatest Detective takes on a mutant murderer... and your favorite clerics take on a classic animated series. 
Dr. Rudolf Allers, a Catholic Psychologist, earned his M.D. at the University of Vienna. He was a field physician during World War I, which led him to study the effect of head trauma on human personality and behavior. In his study of psychology, he was one of the last students of Sigmund Freud, though he would later criticize Freud's theory from both scientific and religious perspectives.  Allers emigrated to the United States due to his ousting by the Third Reich and took professorships at both The Catholic University of America and Georgetown University. He was well versed in Psychology, Philosophy, and Morals, writing articles and books about self improvement from a Catholic outlook, especially encouraging a growth in virtue in the development of one's personality. This episode honors the work of Dr. Allers and encourages, contrary to social stigma, the use of therapy as a valid form of medicine when paired with a Catholic anthropology.
Offer It Up

Offer It Up

2021-03-0255:00

patience (n.)c. 1200, pacience, "quality of being willing to bear adversities, calm endurance of misfortune, suffering, etc.," from Old French pacience "patience; sufferance, permission" (12c.) and directly from Latin patientia "the quality of suffering or enduring; submission."  - from Online Etymology Dictionary, https://www.etymonline.com/word/patience
Bad Ideas

Bad Ideas

2021-02-2353:53

"Thinking is hard." -Owen Phelan, Ph.D. Mankind has been given the gift of intellect, but The Fall has left us with a crippled ability in its application. This problem plagues us even to today, influencing our ability to live lives of virtue. Reference made to:  Rebuilding Catholic Culture: How The Catechism Can Shape Our Common Life. Ryan N. S. Topping. Sophia Institute Press, 2012.
Ashes to Ashes

Ashes to Ashes

2021-02-1642:33

The significance of Penance and Ashes to the Christian Soul.
Presence

Presence

2021-02-0947:49

Among the sacramentals of the Church, some which attract much attention, or perhaps raise the most eyebrows among those who do not understand them, are relics. The personal effects and earthly remains of the saints housed in golden shrines are indicative to us of the closeness of the heavenly kingdom, the nearness of the saints.
Holy Dads

Holy Dads

2021-02-0252:39

True, Masculine Fatherhood is a necessary attribute for family life and society. It comes from the Heavenly Father and is presented to us by good examples like Saint Joseph.
The easiest people to sin against are often the ones we love the most. The Screwtape Letters of C.S. Lewis, Chapter 3.
Grimdark Catholic

Grimdark Catholic

2021-01-1949:08

"In the grim darkness of the far future there is only... Catholicism." Father Stephen leads a discussion based on his history of being a huge nerd, especially as it involved the table-top strategy game Warhammer 40,000... which has a surprisingly Catholic twist to it. 
Your favorite clerics discuss the practice of pilgrimage, particularly reminiscing about their own travels in the Holy Land.
Compunctio Cordis

Compunctio Cordis

2021-01-0501:02:51

How to make a good confession.
Conversion of heart toward the Divine Will is something which happens continually through life, but new converts, or Christians who newly realize their call to holiness, often find that the Church isn't the glorious thing they expected. Uncle Screwtape sets his young apprentice-nephew to work to exploit that dissatisfaction.
Let Me Preach His Name

Let Me Preach His Name

2020-12-2201:09:21

One of the most important things priests do apart from the Sacraments themselves is preaching. In fact, the preaching of clerics in the Church has sometimes been called the 8th Sacrament because of the essential underlying work of the Lord in the words of the man at the ambo. In this episode, Father Stephen and Deacon Dan converse about their experience of preaching as they begin their active ministry in the Church.
Deacon Dan draws attention to the vestments of the priest using the traditional 'vesting prayers' as the jumping-off point.  This is the first installment of a continuing series entitled "The Sense of the Sacred."
Father Felicichia's back from the Gulag... okay it wasn't that bad.
Holy Ink

Holy Ink

2020-12-0201:02:24

The Deus Vult Podcast welcomes its first guest! Deacon Keeton Lockwood leads a discussion of the Catholic response to Tattoos, weighing the moral dimensions of this cultural phenomenon and it's place in the life of the Church.Razzouk Tattoo: https://razzouktattoo.com
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