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A First Look at Rome’s New Document on Marian Apparitions (Fr. Gerald Murray) 5/20/24

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Release Date: 05/20/2024

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In Let's Talk About This, Fr. McTeigue discusses the trend towards relativism in recent documents to come out of Rome. How are all of the documents connected, and what can we expect in the future? Father finishes with Weekend Readiness to help you prepare for the upcoming Sunday Mass.   Show Notes    

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We welcome back Fr. Gerald Murray of EWTN to discuss the most recent document coming out of Rome. Is there a difference between what the text says and what it means, and why are some calling for "re-reception" of the teaching of Vatican I?   Show Notes  

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We welcome back James Corbett of The Corbett Report to discuss the creation of the 24-hour news cycle, mediated reality, and the power of suggestion. How susceptible to narrative are we, and how can we be more intelligent consumers of information?   Show Notes        

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This is the new Weekend Readiness segment for today's Remastered Let's Talk About This episode. Be sure to listen to the full episode linked in the show notes.   Show Notes

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Did you miss the live version of Ask Father during the On-Air Appeal? Check out his answers to your questions sent in, and please consider donating to The Station of the Cross to help us continue the great work of The Catholic Current.    

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Did you miss the live version of Ask Father during the On-Air Appeal? Check out his answers to your questions sent in, and please consider donating to The Station of the Cross to help us continue the great work of The Catholic Current.    

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We welcome back Kathleen Carr of the Catholic Art Institute to discuss beauty, fellowship and the upcoming events of the Institute. How can the Church benefit from the development of the next generation of Catholic artists? Father finishes with Timely Thoughts.   Show Notes

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