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606: The Church: Defender of Human Reason | Ignition

606: The Church: Defender of Human Reason | Ignition

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*to download audio, click the "SHARE" button and select download audio. Jesus said that if we abide in His word, we will know the truth, and the truth will set us free. In our day, though, it's popular not only to deny Jesus' word, but to deny our ability to know the truth at all. And yet the Catholic Church proclaims -- as she always has -- that reason is a gift from God by which we can indeed know the nature of reality and what it means. That's what Dr. Chris talks about in this episode of Ignition. Enjoy! View Full Archive of Episodes Other Recent Posts Check out some of the other podcasts that we offer or our weekly Sunday TV Mass.
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Sunday TV Mass – April 14, 2024

Sunday TV Mass – April 14, 2024

The Sunday TV Mass
Third Sunday of Easter [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6CYayiEHB4[/embed] This Week's Liturgy Guide Opening Hymn - Good Christians All, Rejoice and Sing First Reading - Acts 3:13-15, 17-19 Response - Lord, let your face shine on us. Second Reading - 1 John 2:1-5a Gospel Reading - Luke 24:35-48 Offertory Hymn - At the Lamb’s High Feast We Sing Hymn of Thanksgiving - Shepherd of Souls, Refresh and Bless Closing Hymn - That Easter Day with Joy was Bright For prayer requests from the Perpetual Adoration Sisters Click Here If you would like a copy of the Leaflet Missal used for this Mass, subscribe by clicking the link: Leaflet Missal Subscription
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Legislative update with Michael Pauley | Catholic Views

Legislative update with Michael Pauley | Catholic Views

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*to download audio, click the "SHARE" button and select download audio. Michael Pauley from the South Dakota Catholic Conference is in studio after the 2024 South Dakota legislative session to discuss three of the bills of interest to Catholics. Join us on Catholic Views to find out if these bills passed and why they matter to the Church. Just when you thought we left all the repenting back in Lent, we get another reminder this Sunday. While we're repenting, anyone else regret trying to fix a plumbing issue in their house only to have to call the professionals after a brown water war broke out? Well, (*ahem*) anyway, make sure you call on God first to fix sin rather than trying to fix it yourself.   View Full Archive of…
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605: Paying Attention: It’s Still Harder Than It Used to Be | Ignition

605: Paying Attention: It’s Still Harder Than It Used to Be | Ignition

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*to download audio, click the "SHARE" button and select download audio. Living the Christian life requires that we pay attention: to God, to those around us, and to ourselves. But being attentive is harder than ever, largely because of technology. So, what can we do about that? That's what Dr. Chris and Renae Kranz discuss in this second of two episodes of Ignition. Enjoy! View Full Archive of Episodes Other Recent Posts Check out some of the other podcasts that we offer or our weekly Sunday TV Mass.
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604: Paying Attention: It’s Harder Than It Used to Be | Ignition

604: Paying Attention: It’s Harder Than It Used to Be | Ignition

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*to download audio, click the "SHARE" button and select download audio. Living the Christian life requires that we pay attention: to God, to those around us, and to ourselves. But being attentive is harder than ever, largely because of technology. So, what can we do about that? That's what Dr. Chris and Renae Kranz discuss in this first of two episodes of Ignition. Enjoy! View Full Archive of Episodes Other Recent Posts Check out some of the other podcasts that we offer or our weekly Sunday TV Mass.
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Sunday TV Mass – April 7, 2024

Sunday TV Mass – April 7, 2024

The Sunday TV Mass
Second Sunday of Easter - Divine Mercy Sunday [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xI1tCvhz1dI[/embed] This Week's Liturgy Guide Opening Hymn - Alleluia! Sing To Jesus! First Reading - Acts 4:32-35 Response - Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, his love is everlasting. Second Reading - 1 John 5:1-6 Gospel Reading - John 20:19-31 Offertory Hymn - Christ the Lord is Risen Today Communion Hymn - Fairest Lord Jesus Closing Hymn - Alleluia! Alleluia! Hearts to Heaven For prayer requests from the Perpetual Adoration Sisters Click Here If you would like a copy of the Leaflet Missal used for this Mass, subscribe by clicking the link: Leaflet Missal Subscription
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Mercy is a fruit of charity | Catholic Views

Mercy is a fruit of charity | Catholic Views

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*to download audio, click the "SHARE" button and select download audio. Archbishop Gullickson joins us to talk about one of the most important topics when it comes to our salvation: mercy. It’s Divine Mercy Sunday! Our Lord offers his mercy to us over and over. Are we ready to accept it? From ye good olde missionary discipleship to socioeconomic theorizing, this three-and-a-half minutes runs the gambit. Dr. B. was as hasty to get his segment in as we were to see this one end. Yet, we're reminded not to be hasty when studying the first reading for this Sunday.   View Full Archive of Episodes​
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Fr Jerry Ranek shares growing up in a faith-filled home | Living Lit

Fr Jerry Ranek shares growing up in a faith-filled home | Living Lit

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*to download audio, click the "SHARE" button and select download audio. Fr Jerry is back in the studio again to share about his family and home life growing up. He has an inspiring story about being raised in an intentional faith-filled home. They were Living Lit(urgical) in its original form. Tune in to the fun ways his mom created her own LIT creations for their family and the books that helped to shape Fr into the priest he is today. Fr Jerry Ranek is a priest in the St John the Baptist Pastorate in Sioux Falls, SD. Resources: Catholic Children's Bible: Click Here 60 Boy Saints for Catholic Children: Click Here 60 Girl Saints for Catholic Children: Click Here View Full Archive of Episodes Other Recent Posts Check out some…
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Amber Adrian’s conversion story | Catholic Views

Amber Adrian’s conversion story | Catholic Views

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*to download audio, click the "SHARE" button and select download audio. How about another conversion story for Holy Week and Easter? Yes please! New Catholic Amber Adrian came into the Church last Easter and stopped into the studio to tell us her story of encounter with God and his Church. Welcome home Amber! Your priest has some latitude this weekend (although by Sunday morning we hope it's not attitude). Dr. B illuminates us on a very important point in this Sunday's gospel. And no, it's not just that John was a fast runner.   View Full Archive of Episodes​
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Sunday TV Mass – March 31, 2024

Sunday TV Mass – March 31, 2024

The Sunday TV Mass
Easter Sunday, The Resurrection of the Lord [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BQi-uVHgwqc[/embed] This Week's Liturgy Guide Opening Hymn - Jesus Christ is Risen Today First Reading - Acts 10:34a, 37-43 Response - This is the day the Lord has made; let us rejoice and be glad. Second Reading - 1 Corinthians 5:6b-8 Gospel Reading - 1 John 20:1-9 Offertory Hymn - Christ the Lord is Risen Today Communion Hymn - At the Lamb’s High Feast We Sing Closing Hymn - The Strife is O’er For prayer requests from the Perpetual Adoration Sisters Click Here If you would like a copy of the Leaflet Missal used for this Mass, subscribe by clicking the link: Leaflet Missal Subscription
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