Guest is Jennifer Angelle of Hugs From Heaven. Topic is the excuses folk make about faith.
Of the many virtues in Sainthood, “dying to self” has the greatest importance. That theme resonates throughout the New Testament, most especially, of course, from Jesus and Paul. Our very Baptism begins that process, and we carry that process forward only after we have begun carrying our own cross. Dying is part of our sanctification; […]
Reparation Theology with Kyle Clement
WSFI Reparation Theology with Kyle Clement
Peter talks about some of the other shows on WQPH. The interview is Francine Calabrese of The Little Brown Scapular Coloring Book
St. Therese, aka the “Little Flower”, had deep convictions, but had strong willed volatility and single-minded purpose that, early on, she used for “her ways.” Dan develops his understanding of her, and subsequently realized he needs to do more listening during his prayers. St Therese was inspired to change from “her ways” to “God’s ways,” […]
Vicki Thorn: Understanding the Biology of Attachment – Part 3
Nov 11/21 – The Benedict XVI Institute for Africa (BIA) has released a full schedule of their upcoming international conference on The African Perspective of Pope Benedict XVI’s Thought, beginning on Wednesday, November 27th, and concluding on Friday, November 29th. This conference marks the ten year anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to Africa, specifically, […]