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#17 From Islam, through New Age, to Christ with Linda

#17 From Islam, through New Age, to Christ with Linda

August 15, 2019

Linda grew up in the Middle East where she learned about Islam. After her father's death, she moved to Canada where she learned about New Age practices. Yet, Christ found her in the darkness and changed her life. 

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#16 Reluctant Homeschooler

#16 Reluctant Homeschooler

August 1, 2019

Husband and I decided to homeschool three of our kids this year. Today was our very first day. In this episode, I talk about how the Lord slowly and patiently led us to homeschooling even though we were resistant for a long time.

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#15 Immigration: A Catholic Perspective, with Dr. Alan Fimister

#15 Immigration: A Catholic Perspective, with Dr. Alan Fimister

July 18, 2019

Dr. Fimister and I, two immigrants to the US, talk about the shaky ground that is the immigration conversation.

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#14 Understanding Evangelicals with Keith A. Little

#14 Understanding Evangelicals with Keith A. Little

July 5, 2019

Keith Albert Little's journey from non-denominational Protestantism to Catholic Church helps us understand how to reach our separated brethren. We talk about the importance of being willing to talk about the Faith, the centrality of the Eucharist and much more. 

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#13 Socialism and Islam

#13 Socialism and Islam

June 20, 2019

What do socialism and Islam have in common? They are both willing sacrifice the unit for the whole. Individualism, on the other hand, puts the unit above the whole. Only, the Church offers the true solution.

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#12 Psychological or Spiritual? with Courtney Minerd, PhD

#12 Psychological or Spiritual? with Courtney Minerd, PhD

June 6, 2019

Psychologist Courtney Minerd talks about depression, anxiety, how to find a good therapist, and the complementarity of mind, body and soul. This is an episode for both clergy and laity so that we can support each other better.

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#11 Evangelizing the Youth with Annie Sarlo

#11 Evangelizing the Youth with Annie Sarlo

May 23, 2019

Annie Sarlo, youth and campus minister, shares how to reach the youth. She talks about the necessity of simplicity and reverence in youth ministry, in addition to being willing to give up our time to become mentors.

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#10 Online Dating

#10 Online Dating

May 9, 2019

Many people meet their spouses online. The Lord brought hubby and I together using CatholicMatch. In this episode, I share my own experience and what I learned, even though I wasn't open to the idea at first. 

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#9 Fr. Anthony on Being a Priest in the Middle East

#9 Fr. Anthony on Being a Priest in the Middle East

April 25, 2019

Priests in predominantly Muslim countries face different challenges and opportunities. Fr. Anthony shares his experiences as a young priest in different Middle Eastern countries.

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#8 Patrick Sullivan on Godly Tornadoes, Fasting, and Sharing the Faith

#8 Patrick Sullivan on Godly Tornadoes, Fasting, and Sharing the Faith

April 11, 2019

The Lord found Patrick inside a tornado and turned his life around. Now, he travels around the continent to share God's unlikely love for us and how we can become better at living the Faith. In this episode, he talks about his own conversion and how we can reach others in our lives.

You can learn more about him at Evango: "Through his weekly articles, videos, livestreams and inspiring messages, Patrick encourages thousands of Christians around the world to know, love and live the Faith."

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