Anger is no doubt at the root of many of the problems of the world. Join us as we discuss righteous and unrighteous anger and their antidotes.
It seems many people say they are listening for God, but few say they can hear him. Join us as we discuss the many reasons we might be experiencing spiritual deafness.
Join us for a difficult and sobering discussion about Margaret Sanger, known for her views on eugenics in the early twentieth century. We examine some of these views in light of her own words published throughout the years.
We welcome The Most Reverend James Johnston, Bishop of Kansas City-St Joseph, as he describes his impressions about this, his first time in Lourdes, France.
Derek Ritzel, a Knight of Malta, brought his three sons, Drew, Ben and Jack, to Lourdes with him to teach them by example what it means to serve those less fortunate. Listen in to find out what he, and his boys, learned by the experience.
Join Deacon Jeff as he welcomes Michelle Bowe, a Dame of Malta and Ambassador for the Order of Malta to Palestine, and Nihad Nustas, a nurse working at Holy Family Hospital in Bethlehem, as they discuss the hope being brought to Bethlehem through the hospital.
Meet Peter Scudner, a Knight of Malta and photographer and filmmaker who has spent many years documenting his pilgrimages to Lourdes. Peter shares with us his visual ministry and how it has affected his own faith life.
Doug Sandvig, a Knight of Malta who is active in prison ministry with the Order of Malta, shares many stories of hope and healing in a very difficult and challenging life experience in prison.
The Catholic Cafe goes on pilgrimage to Lourdes, France where we are joined by Fra Tom Mulligan, a vowed Religious Brother of the Order of Malta, and discuss what it means to be a pilgrim.
Too many lives are lived in despair, a seeming total lack of the theological virtue of hope. But, there is hope. This episode addresses some of the obstacles to hope, and the antidotes.