There's a lot going on in the world right now...war in Ukraine, inflation, Covid. How are we, as Catholics, called to respond? What do these crises look like through the lens of young adults in everyday America? Tune in to hear Fr. Joseph, Lauren, Paul, and Matt discuss the current events in the world today through the lens of our Faith.
All of us need friends. Those people who we can trust, laugh with, who support us in trouble, who are there for us. But more and more young adults say that they are lonely and friendless. Who are your friends? How do we develop friendships and sustain them? Why are they important to us? Tune in to hear Fr. Joseph, Paul, Joe, and Lauren discuss their friendships and how they add such joy to life!
We encounter God through our five senses - hearing the Word of God, smelling the incense, tasting His Body and Blood, seeing the statues and the stained glass, touching the Holy Water. Our Church has given us many sacramentals (holy objects) which help us to draw close to our invisible God - hear how Fr. Joseph, Lauren, Diane, and Joe have used sacramentals to boost their spiritual life - and how you can too!
Jesus tells us that unless we become like little children, we cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven. But how do we, as adults, have a faith that is childlike? What does that look like - and how do we balance maturity and innocence? Tune in to hear Fr. Joseph, Lauren, Matt, and Joe discuss how as young adults they seek to have a childlike faith!
Who doesn't like a good movie! Movies entertain us, form us, and open up new worlds to us. They are an art form, a means of communication, and some movies can help our relationship with God. Tune in to hear Fr. Joseph, Lauren, Matt, and Joe discuss their favorite movies, their favorite Catholic movies, and how movies have impacted their pursuit of holiness!
This week we continue our conversation about the joys and travails of raising kids - from the perspective of four unmarried people! Join Fr. Joseph, Lauren, Angelica, and Paul as they discuss their hopes, dreams, and anxieties of being parents someday!
Even though we're single young adults, we're already thinking about the future! What will it be like to have a family and raise kids? Having children is becoming counter-cultural in today's world, but they are a beautiful gift from God - and a big responsibility! Tune in to hear Fr. Joseph, Angelica, Paul, and Lauren discuss the joys and challenges of being a parent - from the perspective of four single people!
Last week we dove into the principles of Catholic Social Teaching. This week, we apply it to the practical questions and problems in the world today: poverty, inequality, unemployment, and all the many social ills that we face. Tune in to hear Fr. Joseph, Paul, and Matt discuss how the Gospel can inform how we change the world!
Our country and our world is plagued with ills - poverty, injustice, war. But our Catholic Faith can provide some insight on the best way to build a better society! Catholic Social Teaching, often called the "best kept secret" in the Catholic Faith, gives us guidelines on how to apply the Gospel to the real-world problems that communities face. How can it be applied in YOUR community? Tune in to hear Fr. Joseph, Paul, and Matt discuss the insights that Catholic Social Teaching have to offer our world today!
Turn the calendar over to a new page - it's now a new year! We look back to the blessings and challenges of 2021, and turn our attention to the future opportunities of 2022. How has God blessed us in the past year, and how does He want us to grow in holiness in the new year? Hear Fr. Joseph, Joe, Diane, and Lauren discuss their year-in-review and hopes and dreams for the new year!