• The Spirit of Father Damien: The Leper Priest—A Saint for Our Times by Jan de Volder

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    Father Damien, famous for his missionary work with exiled lepers on the Hawaiian island of Molokai, is finally Saint Damien. His sanctity took 120 years to become officially recognized, but between his death in 1889 and his canonization in 2009, amid creeping secularization and suspicion of the m...

  • The True Meaning of Christmas by Fulton Sheen

    Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen's books, tapes, homilies, retreats, and television series have inspired countless souls all over the world. This digitally-mastered presentation combines classic recordings of his timeless reflections on the meaning of the Incarnation of Jesus, mixed with Gregorian chan...

  • Episode 1: A Stunning Archaeological Find
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    Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls

    Episode 1: A Stunning Archaeological Find

    Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls

    The archeological find of the 20th century, the Dead Sea Scrolls give amazing insights into the world Jesus Christ lived and died in—and into the New Testament, early Church, and the Catholic faith today. Father Dave Pivonka, TOR, and Dr. John Bergsma discuss the fascinating history of this disco...

  • Remaining in the Truth of Christ: Marriage & Communion in the Catholic Church

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    In this volume, five cardinals of the Church and four other scholars respond to the call issued by Walter Cardinal Kasper for the Church to harmonize "fidelity and mercy in its pastoral practice with civilly remarried, divorced people." The contributors are Walter Cardinal Brandmüller, Raymond Ca...

  • God or Nothing: A Conversion of Faith by Cardinal Robert Sarah & Nicolas Diat

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    In this fascinating autobiographical interview, one of the most prominent and outspoken Catholic Cardinals gives witness to his Christian faith and comments on many current controversial issues. The mission of the Church, the joy of the gospel, the “heresy of activism”, and the definition of marr...

  • Don Bosco: The True Story of the Apostle of Youth

    Ben Gazzara stars in this classic film about St. John Bosco, the beloved nineteenth century Italian priest who sought out the homeless youth of Turin to help them have a better life. He overcame incredible challenges, including the government who wanted him out of the way, an archbishop who tried...

  • Don Bosco: The True Story of the Apostle of Youth

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    Ben Gazzara stars in this classic film about St. John Bosco, the beloved nineteenth century Italian priest who sought out the homeless youth of Turin to help them have a better life. He overcame incredible challenges, including the government who wanted him out of the way, an archbishop who tried...

  • Vatican II, Mercy, & You: St. John Paul II's Vision for the New Evangelization by Fr. Michael Gaitley

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    In this illuminating talk, Fr. Michael Gaitley recounts how Archbishop Karol Wojtyła, later Pope St. John Paul II, used the teachings of the Second Vatican Council with great success to help Catholics in his diocese live their Catholic Faith fully. Learn how Vatican II provides a map to help us e...

  • Proclaiming the Kingdom: The Gospel of Matthew

    The audio course "Proclaiming the Kingdom" systematically unpacks the riches of the Gospel of Matthew. Sometimes called "the Gospel of the Kingdom" because of its central theme, Matthew was the most often quoted of the four gospels in the writings of the early Church Fathers. These talks were ori...

  • Proclaiming the Kingdom: The Gospel of Matthew

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    The audio course "Proclaiming the Kingdom" systematically unpacks the riches of the Gospel of Matthew. Sometimes called "the Gospel of the Kingdom" because of its central theme, Matthew was the most often quoted of the four gospels in the writings of the early Church Fathers. These talks were ori...

  • The Dead Sea Scrolls by Dr. John Bergsma

    Dr. John Bergsma is an Associate Professor of Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville, and was a Protestant pastor for four years before converting to the Catholic Church. In this enlightening talk, Dr. Bergsma shows how our respect for the traditional canon of Scripture, as well as our...

  • Catholics in America: Religious Identity & Cultural Assimilation from John Carroll to Flannery O'Connor by Russel Shaw

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    This book is a collection of popularly written profiles of some of the leading figures in American Catholic history. The group includes Archbishop John Carroll, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton, Orestes Brownson, Cardinal James Gibbons, Al Smith, Dorothy Day, Cardinal Francis Spellman, President John F....

  • The Dead Sea Scrolls: Shedding New Light on the Scriptures & the Church by Dr. John Bergsma

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    Dr. John Bergsma is an Associate Professor of Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville, and was a Protestant pastor for four years before converting to the Catholic Church. In this enlightening talk, Dr. Bergsma shows how our respect for the traditional canon of Scripture, as well as our...

  • Prayer: Gateway to the Spiritual Life by Abp. Paul Coakley

    Archbishop Paul Coakley attended the University of Kansas where he completed his undergraduate studies in English and Classical Antiquities. After being ordained to the priesthood in 1983, he served as a priest of the Wichita Diocese for 21 years. He was installed as bishop of Salina, Kansas by P...

  • Prayer: Gateway to the Spiritual Life by Abp. Paul Coakley

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    Archbishop Paul Coakley attended the University of Kansas where he completed his undergraduate studies in English and Classical Antiquities. After being ordained to the priesthood in 1983, he served as a priest of the Wichita Diocese for 21 years. He was installed as bishop of Salina, Kansas by P...

  • Jesus and the Dead Sea Scrolls

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    The greatest archeological discovery of the 20th century gave the world the Dead Sea Scrolls. As the oldest sacred documents of Judaism, the scrolls have many surprising connections to early Christianity.

    Biblical scholar Dr. John Bergsma and Franciscan University of Steubenville president Fathe...

  • East Coast Shrines: St Alphonsus Catholic Church
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    The Faithful Traveler in th...

    East Coast Shrines: St Alphonsus Catholic Church

    The Faithful Traveler in the United States: East Coast Shrines - East Coast Shrines

    St. Alphonsus Roman Catholic Church, also known as Baltimore’s Powerhouse of Prayer, is where not one, but two holy men lived as rectors: St. John Neumann and Blessed Francis Xavier Seelos. The architecture of this amazing Southern German Gothic masterpiece is explored, and Monsignor Arthur W. Ba...

  • Vatican II, Mercy, & You by Fr. Michael Gaitley
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    Wisdom & Works of Mercy - S...

    Vatican II, Mercy, & You by Fr. Michael Gaitley

    Wisdom & Works of Mercy - Season 1

    In this illuminating audio talk, Fr. Michael Gaitley recounts how Archbishop Karol Wojtya, later Pope St. John Paul II, used the teachings of the Second Vatican Council with great success to help Catholics in his diocese live their Catholic Faith fully. Learn how Vatican II provides a map to help...

  • East Coast Shrines: St Patrick’s Cathedral, Part 2
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    The Faithful Traveler in th...

    East Coast Shrines: St Patrick’s Cathedral, Part 2

    The Faithful Traveler in the United States: East Coast Shrines - East Coast Shrines

    St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City is an oasis of calm and faith in the heart of one of the loudest and most congested cities in the country. Even though it is surely the most visited church in Manhattan, you can still find a quiet chapel to pray and and come closer to God. In the final two...

  • East Coast Shrines: St Patrick’s Cathedral, Part I
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    The Faithful Traveler in th...

    East Coast Shrines: St Patrick’s Cathedral, Part I

    The Faithful Traveler in the United States: East Coast Shrines - East Coast Shrines

    St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City is an oasis of calm and faith in the heart of one of the loudest and most congested cities in the country. Even though it is surely the most visited church in Manhattan, you can still find a quiet chapel to pray and and come closer to God. In the final two...