There are over 10,000 saints. Where did they come from and how do you become one? Tune in and find out.
This is the first in a series on the Holy Trinity. Join this discussion on why we even think about God and what does it mean to call him “Father.” Featuring special guest, Dr. Eric Hall author of The Home-brewed Christianity Guide to God: All you ever wanted to know about the Almighty. Check out the book: Click HERE
Yup. They are real. Aaaaaaaaaand you ought to know more about em. Give this a listen!
From the Jewish mishkan or “residence” to the Christian tabernacle we are talking about a physical dwelling place for God on earth. Um, AWESOME! Where do they come from and why are they in our churches? Check this out.
Thats right, we are going to cover the entire Bible in a 20 minute podcast. Sorta. Where did this collection of books come from and more importantly…how should it absolutely own our spiritual lives. Tune in.
Yeah Pope Francis is extremely popular and well loved. Have you ever thought of who was the most powerful Pope in history? Tune in. Find out. Pope Innocent III ruled nations! This show will blow your mind!
Yes we did a show on the series of events that have caused Catholics and non Catholics to stir in their seats for centuries. What happened? Why? Listen and find out!
Why are their faces always squished to together? Did you ever wonder about the motivation behind the art of religious icons? Wonder no more. This show digs into the development of iconography and all the controversy that has followed it.
Why on earth do Catholics love the organ to so much? Well, this is a tough one to answer but I assure you we will do just that! This show explores the role the organ has played in worship over the years and the reason it is a staple instrument in so many of our churches.
When did putting colorful windows in churches become a thing? The delightful lenses of light and their inviting images have been a part of worship for longer than you think! This show delves into the origins of stained glass in our churches and their call to reverence.