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Reflecting on Leadership in a Christian Key once again, we take on the injection of St. Paul to boast in our weakness, by which the strength of the Lord is shown. But what does that look like practically? And how might we form young Catholic Leaders in this principle when so much of leadership studies seems to focus on strengths? We ponder all this…
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Listen in as we talk to Dr. Holly Taylor Coolman, assistant professor of theology at Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island, and a senior fellow of the Principium Institute, as we talk about her new book on parenting (https://bakeracademic.com/p/Parenting-Holly-Taylor-Coolman/542805).Av Iowa Catholic Radio
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Join us as we talk to "Elder Statesman of Vatican Insiderism" Christopher Altieri, digging into his experience as a Journalist covering the goings on with the Holy See and Vatican City, as we clear up misunderstandings and delve into confusions about the reality on the ground at the heart of Roman Catholicism!…
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It's a touchy subject, but it is right in our wheelhouse, so we need to comment: What's the deal with A.I. Chatbot Priests? We take on the controversy regarding Catholic Answer's "Fr. Justin" AI Chatbot, try to suss out why the response was as swift and heavy (and almost in complete unity!), and hopefully point to learning moments we can all share …
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We take a somewhat crazy Tweet about expertise in biblical translation and try to get at the root of a big debate: should you trust experts? What is an expert? Is that different than the "masters" of old? Do they both have their place in society? With a Faith like ours that believes in the Master/Disciple relationship, what ramifications does that …
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It's Eastertide friends! We hope you are doing your job and having as much mirth and joy as possible! In this episode, we consider the Emmaus Road readings from the Easter week liturgy, and ponder what it means to rest with the Resurrected Lord during Eastertide. We end up talking about how to "hear" Scripture best, and talk about the role of heari…
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Continuing the theme from Part 1, we talk about how the goal of Lent leading into the Holy Triduum of Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Holy Saturday and then the glory of Easter is a long practice of learning to engage in rest as perfect activity. We dive into the full implications of the Sabbath, how at the end of our lives we enter into a Sabbath …
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As we barrel through Lent--ever closer to Easter--there were two things that happened this past week to the fellas that made them reflect on the fact that in God, rest is perfect activity. They presented at the Benedictine Conference talking about Catholic education and medical professional instruction, and then Bo attended last rites for his dying…
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This one is a wild rollercoaster of Theological Cultural commentary! We start with an article that points out the resurgence of Occult and "Pagan" worship in formerly very Catholic Italy, take a detour through the tidal shifts throughout history of devotion vs. regression of belief, move on to why in a consumerist world people might think all of th…
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Dr. Bud Marr is giving a Lenten Feast of a retreat here in Des Moines, and we are serving up an appetizer version of those themes here on the show to give Bud a warm up and include you, our listeners, in on the Nebraska-formed wisdom the good people of St. Anthony's in Des Moines will/have got to hear 02-25-24 through 02-27-24. It is about the eter…
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Kristin's essay "The Dark Kenosis of Medical Education:" https://www.thepublicdiscourse.com/2024/02/92580/ The Second Chapter to Philippians, where we hear of Jesus's kenosis ("He emptied Himself...): https://bible.usccb.org/bible/philippians/2 Our episode where we talk about Kenosis and Christian Leadership: https://theuncommongood.simplecast.com/…
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On this episode we consider Jesus's description as the Way, the Truth, and the Life, and realize that the "counterfeits" of these truths too often sold to folks are a notion of the spiritual life as a Checklist, done for the sake of a Certainty, in hopes of a Jackpot, all of which never come. More fun is had than the title suggests--there's even si…
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Dr. Ben Reinhard is an Associate Professor of English at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he teaches courses in medieval literature, mythology, and the Western literary tradition. He received his B.A. from Purdue University and his M.M.S. and Ph.D. from the Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame. His articles have appear…
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We answer an email from one of our wonderful listeners! Bo received an insightful email regarding questions about how to start either a discussion or accountability group. Bo asks Bud if he approves of Bo's answers. Bo then springs an entire theory about ethics and grace on Bud, and radio magic ensues!…
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We had the opportunity to have frequent UnCommon Good All-Star and expert on Newman Studies Dr. Dave Delio come back on the show to discuss his article in a new book (https://www.amazon.com/Guide-John-Henry-Newman-Thought/dp/0813235855), discussing Newman and his stance on the "Liberalism" of the modern world.…
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We have a lot to be grateful heading into Thanksgiving week, and chief among those reasons is getting the chance to talk to the well known Augustine expert Dr. John Cavadini (check out everything they are doing at the McGrath Church Life Institute of Notre Dame, which he directs https://mcgrath.nd.edu) as a final wrap up of our Radio Reading Round-…
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The Radio Reading Round-up on John Henry Newman comes at you again! This time, we talk about how events in St. Newman's life lead him along the path of considering knowledge in general, and more particularly, how eduction works. You will LEARN A LOT with this episode!Av Iowa Catholic Radio
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Our John Henry Newman Radio Reading Round-up rolls along, this time talking about how the Saint's life and concerns animated his major Theological considerations, most famously of all his understanding of Church History, the development of Doctrine, and the offices of the Church!Av Iowa Catholic Radio
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We embark on our newest Radio Reading Round-up adventure, this time with St. John Henry Newman! We will touch on briefly some of the context of his life and major works before getting down to the nitty gritty of reading along with some of his greatest works: his sermons! For today, we utilize the fact we have DES MOINES'S MOST FORMIDABLE NEWMAN SCH…
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This is the end folks--the final episode of the Radio Reading Round-up on St. Augustine's Confessions! A bittersweet day indeed. We finish off Book 13, where we get Augustine's most thorough treatment of allegory and the life of the world to come. You won't want to miss it!Av Iowa Catholic Radio
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We are coming to the end of our Radio Reading Round-Up over St Augustine's Confessions, but we are prolonging it just a tad longer! This is Book 13 PART 1!!! How all of creation, and humans in particular, are allegories of the Holy Trinity--this stuff will blow your mind!Av Iowa Catholic Radio
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We keep it rolling with Radio Reading Round-Up: St Augustine's Confessions pt. 10, this time we dive into Book 12, where we delve into the depths of formlessness, the beginning of allegory, and the ever encroaching sense that our time with St. Augustine is almost over!!!Av Iowa Catholic Radio
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We keep rolling along with our Radio Reading Round-Up of St. Augustine's Confessions, book 11 coming your way. You are going to want to make TIME for this episode! Come for the part where St. Augustine prefigures Einstein's theory of time by multiple centuries, stay for Bud and I prognosticating whether the Saints can be "unstuck in time" a la Kurt…
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