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Smash the Television Set?

Could smashing—or at least temporarily stashing—your TV pave the way for something better?

Amidst Our Apocalypse, Advent Asks Us to Stay

Advent begs something of you, even if you don't want to be Catholic anymore.

Faith, Reason, and a Washing Machine

All analogies limp, but here is how a laundry room can help explain the harmonious relationship of faith and reason.

Christians Can’t Just Love Their Neighbor

We cannot love God fully without loving our neighbor, and we cannot love our neighbor fully without loving God.

What is the Liturgy of the Hours?

A listener named Pam asks about the tradition of praying the Liturgy of the Hours. She explains that she knows that it’s prayed during specific hours of the day, but she’s not sure why. Father Dave points out that the practice of praying the Liturgy of the Hours began in monastic communities as a way to offer the day back to God, and it is a prayer accessible to all Christians. (Original Air 11-07-18)

The Problem of Loneliness

In January this year, the British Minister for sport and civil society received a new brief from her government: to tackle the growing problem of human loneliness in her country.

Only the Lover Sings

Everything, ultimately, is given to us as a gift.

If You Can't Say Something New, Why Not Say Something...Nice?

While carving holiday turkeys, we really don’t need to slice up each other.

Rembrandt and the Queen of Heaven

Mary reflects and magnifies the image of God in a singular way.

Why So Serious?

The wise man knows that the last thing our souls need in the face of doom is more seriousness.