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Trivializing Death (Fr. John Perricone) 11/27/23

The Catholic Current

Release Date: 11/27/2023

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We welcome back journalist and artist Julian Kwasniewski of Wyoming Catholic College to discuss his latest articles in The Catholic Thing and Crisis Magazine. How might the rise of so-called AI relationships cause us to make a radical choice for reality? Father finishes with Timely Thoughts.   Show Notes  

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We welcome back author and journalist Kennedy Hall to discuss his latest article in Crisis Magazine. How can we benefit this Lent by meditating on the reality of Hell, and why have the Four Last Things been so often neglected?   Show Notes

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In Let's Talk About This, Fr. McTeigue discusses another disturbing aspect of St. Typical's: not taking Lent seriously. What can the faithful do to act against half-hearted pretending? He finishes with Weekend Readiness to help you prepare for the upcoming Sunday Mass.   Show Notes

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We welcome Fr. Peter Ryan, S.J. to discuss his latest articles in First Things and Catholic World Report about Fiducia Supplicans. Why were those who raised concerns about the document labeled as hypocrites?   Show Notes

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We welcome back Shawn Carney of 40 Days For Life to discuss the witness given by those who choose to pray outside of abortion clinics during Lent. How can this lead to a growth in the virtue of Hope? Father finishes with some Timely Thoughts.   Show Notes

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We welcome back Dr Rebecca Oas from the Center for Family and Human Rights to discuss recent movements from the World Health Organization. Why are they rushing a treaty about future pandemics, and how are they involved in scientific sleight of hand while pushing transgenderism?   Show Notes

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We welcome back Mary Carmichael of Homeschool Flip House to discuss living Lent as a family. How do our spiritual enemies make use of anxiety to distract us from the true purpose of our Lenten practices?   Show Notes

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On this Ash Wednesday, we welcome back pastor and canon lawyer Fr. Gerald Murray of EWTN for a Lenten how-to. What have we lost both culturally and spiritually by deemphasizing penitential practices? How can we also avoid the pitfall of scrupulosity?   Show Notes

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