Speaker: Father Pat Collins
Topic: Spirituality is good for your health Part 2.
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John Sullivan What is Synodality in the Church all about Part 1
23:54Episode 170Speaker: John SullivanTopic What is Synodality in the Church all about Part 1 John has a BA in History and politics (Hull), a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Liverpool), an MLitt in Philosophy of Religion (Lancaster), a PhD in Catholic Philosophy of Education (London) plus a Diploma in the Philosophy and History of Education (London) and a Diploma in Theology (Liverpool) and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. He supervises doctoral research in Catholic Studies and Christian education. His special areas of academic interest include Christian higher education, the interconnections between theology, philosophy, and education, and the match between purposes of, contexts for and approaches to Christian education. His research interests also include the religious thought of Maurice Blondel, developments in the Catholic intellectual tradition, especially the unfinished project of modernism and the place of religious conviction and speech in the public square. What links these broad areas is an enduring engagement with key issues in the communication and reception of the Christian faith. The above is by way of an introduction of John’s academic credentials, he is a very bright guy. But let me also introduce you to another side of John that is not covered above. He plays guitar on a Sunday morning at the parish liturgy. He serves tea and coffee afterwards, helps with the washing up, and is remembered for his superb jiving with his wife at parish socials. So when you listen to John have in mind this bigger picture, a man who in life combines two gifts. One is to encourage others to live a life of loving service, and second to show through his life, a celebration of the wonderful gift of life.
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Andy Croft Relationships of Love Part 2
30:51Episode 165Speaker: Andy CroftTopic: Relationships of Love The Christian perspective on love goes beyond the surface and into the depths of our souls. Explore how this divine love encourages us to love not only those close to us but also those who may be different or even challenging to love. Discover the incredible power of compassion, understanding, and unity that stems from the Christian vision. Every BlessingArchie
Father Ronald Rolhieser Radical Discipleship and Priestly Prayer Part 3
18:59Episode 163Speaker: Ronald RolhieserRadical Discipleship and Priestly Prayer.Part 3 Wonderful teaching reminding us that we are personally the beloved of God. This teaching helps our lived experience of life remain so sweet.EnjoyArchie and CathyAgape Ministries Podcasts.
Father Ronald Rolhieser Radical Discipleship and Priestly Prayer Part 1
30:50Episode 161Speaker: Ronald RonhieserTopic: Radical Discipleship and Priestly PrayerIn the Parable of the Sower, Jesus uses soil types as a metaphor for the way people receive his teachings. The different soil types are the different responses people have when they hear his wonderful teaching on anxiety, judgement, radical nonviolence, greed, superiority forgiveness, reconciliation, justice and peace. The first soil is the hardened path, where the seeds cannot penetrate, symbolizing those who reject the message outright. The second soil, rocky ground, stands for those who receive the word with first enthusiasm but lack depth, leading to their eventual abandonment of faith. The third soil, thorny ground, signifies individuals whose faith is choked by worldly concerns. Finally, the fertile soil points to the receptive heart that fully embrace his teaching and bear the fruit of deep inner freedom and a new experience of abundant life. Drink DeepArchie