Luke 21 – Episode 16: How to Study Biblical Prophecy – St. Paul’s Letters to the Thessalonians – Part 14

Here is a podcast that I have been enjoying, Luke 21 Radio.  Steve Woods from the Family Life Center International is the host/teacher.  He shows how to approach biblical prophecy from the perspective of St. Augustine.  Here is a sample episode.

Hope you enjoy.


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Parent Workshop: Diocesan Youth Conference | DioSCG

Here is an excellent talk that Bishop Rice gave at our Diocean Youth Conference in March.  Well worth the read for Catholic families!!


The theme for this weekend is “the narrow gate.” It implies that there are a variety of roads that lead to a variety of places. There is the “easy” road, there is “my” road, there is the “whatever” road and there is the “narrow” road. And each of them leads to a different location.

The “easy” road can lead to a life of what Pope Francis calls the life of “silent indifference” with a heart cold and empty of charity. “My” road leads to a life of searching, a life that is never satisfied, a life that is immersed in the things of this world but which always leads to emptiness. The “whatever” road is the road of slavery. It is a misguided notion of freedom, open to whatever I want to do, but this road leads one exposed to the extremes of life and eventually to spiritual death. And then, we have the “narrow” road, which may come across to those unfamiliar to be restrictive and filled with boundaries, but in the end, allow one to arrive safe to their destination…

Looking for a good read??

Hey everyone.  I have just launched a new account on amazon to sell off some used books.  A large number of them will be Catholic books but not all.  At the moment, there is only one listed but I will be adding more very soon.  Have a look!

PragerU – Why You Love Capitalism

PragerU – Why You Love Capitalism
Duration: 04:51
Published: Thu, 15 Jun 2017 03:08:44 -0700

Do you use an iPhone? Watch Netflix? Listen to Spotify? Then you love capitalism and can’t stand big government. How do we know? Jared Meyer of the Foundation for Government Accountability explains.

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