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Deacon Pedro continues his exploration of doctrine vs. dogma by looking more closely at Catholic teaching on cremation and burial after suicide. ...read more
A new Native American saint? This week, author Damian Costello tells us about the cause for Nicholas Black Elk. Billy has a question on Church for Dummies, and Gillian tells us what she learned from her kids. Singer/songwriter-turned author, Amanda Vernon, tells us how God wrecked her romance, and we listen to music from her ...read more
What makes a “Catholic” website really “Catholic”? Sebastian Gomes reflects on the Catholic media we consume and offers criteria to help us discern our use. ...read more
For International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian Peoples, Allyson Kenny reflects on her recent experience interviewing Dr. Naim Ateek, a Christian Palestinian activist. ...read more
Read this review of Living Gently in a Violent World, a book of reflections from L'Arche founder Jean Vanier and theologian Stanley Hauerwas. ...read more
We’re back for another week of the latest behind-the-scenes news and stories directly from the Vatican. Here are some of the stories that we bring you on tonight’s show: World Youth Day fever is starting to rise, and we’ll tell you what the pope did to throw some fuel on the fire. The skeleton found ...read more
On this GivingTuesday, we would like to invite you to make a donation to support our media evangelization ministry. Thank you for all your support. ...read more
Read Pope Francis’ Angelus for the Solemnity of Christ the King. ...read more
Read Pope Francis' message, inspired by the generosity of St. Mother Teresa, for the 27th World Day of the Sick to be celebrated in Calcutta on 11 February. ...read more
Read Deacon Pedro's second blog Deacon-structing Doctrine: The List and learn more about Doctrine Vs Dogma. Tune in weekly! ...read more