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“You shall not bow down to them or serve them, for I the Lord your God am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children to the third and the fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing steadfast love to thousands of those who love me and keep my commandments.”—Ex 20:5-6
How do Catholics navigate conscience and public courage in a time of doctrinal confusion? In today’s RomeCast, we look at some high profile Catholics like Jim Gaffigan, Joseph Sciambra and Justice Thomas, as well as a pro-life priest in Colorado. We also recall the price of telling the truth, as seen in the recently deceased Natacha Jaitt.
Today’s podcast is with Rakim and Kiz in Chicago. Rakim talks about his conversion from Islam to Catholicism, with his pit bull not far away.
Today’s podcast was live with Rakim and Kiz in Chicago. Kiz talks about her conversion from Baptist to Catholic.
In today’s podcast we discuss Ascension Thursday, 40 days after Easter.
“I saw in the night visions,
and behold, with the clouds of heaven
there came one like a son of man,
and he came to the Ancient of Days
and was presented before him.
And to him was given dominion
and glory and a kingdom,
that all peoples, nations, and languages
should serve him;
his dominion is an everlasting dominion,
which shall not pass away,
and his kingdom one
that shall not be destroyed.”—Dan 7:13-14
Andromeda discusses the changing language of an ABC article linked here where a woman describes her 15 abortions in 16 years. Far from condemning her, we notice on this podcast how often the term “baby” is now employed by non pro-life Americans, a significant shift in the vocabulary of today. In this podcast, I also suggest a book called “Forbidden Grief: The Unspoken Pain of Abortion.” Andromeda indicates Bernard Nathanson’s movie about a live abortion called “Eclipse of Reason” (caution: very violent content.) The music bumpers and above photo are both from the national Shrine of St. Maximilian Kolbe, Marytown.
On today’s podcast, Oz and I discuss peaceful vigilance in lay people approaching both catechesis and priests, and how we want to avoid the two extremes of both negligence and panic.
In today’s podcast, we discuss a NYT article on Venezuela, Marxism in general and secondly the question that many traditional Catholics get on obedience and authority.