As we enter the Lenten season, no doubt the subject of fasting will come up among family, friends and coworkers. Join Deacon Jeff and Tom as they discuss rediscovering the lost art of the fast.
All of us, at one time or another, have been tempted to take the easy way out or cut a few corners. But, our faith asks us to consider being fully committed rather than taking the shortcut. Join Deacon Jeff and Tom as they talk about Christmas being an opportunity to recommit ourselves to a life in Christ.
What does it mean when we pray in the Creed that we believe in a Church that is one, and where did we get that idea from? Perhaps Abraham Lincoln and Sacred Scripture can help answer that question.
When we pray an Act of Contrition at Confession, most of us resolve to sin no more and avoid the near occasion of sin. What does that actually mean and how do we do it?
What is wrong with the world and what will make it right? Sounds like a long conversation. But perhaps the Angel of Peace who appeared to the three children at Fatima can help with the answer.
How important is the high school that you choose for your child, or that your child chooses? Catholic or non Catholic? Public or Home School? Lots of important questions!
What happens if you wait until the end of your lifetime to find Jesus? Is it too late? And should you be treated differently? Perhaps the parable of the Workers in the Vineyard can help!
Has your child left the Church? Your brother or sister? Has anyone you care about stopped going to Mass? We all have folks we love (especially kids) who have wandered away. Join Deacon Jeff and Tom as they present a Top Ten list of things to do (and NOT to do) when trying to get them back in Church.
So, what happens when an Anglican priest and his entire Anglican parish feel called to come into full communion with the Roman Catholic Church? To get the answer, we invited His Excellency The Most Reverend Steven Lopes, Bishop of the Personal Ordinariate of the Chair of St Peter, to join us in the Luxurious Corner Booth of the FRENCH Catholic Cafe to explain what the Ordinariate is, and one way Anglicans can join the Catholic Church as a group.
Where am I going? How did I get here? We ask ourselves these questions so often. Usually, in hindsight, we can see that we’ve been on a journey and that God has been actively involved in guiding, protecting and caring for us as we amble our way toward him. Join Deacon Jeff and Tom in the Luxurious Corner Booth as they welcome Renee Hendrix, a NICU nurse and a former Baptist, to discuss her amazing journey with God.