Today's episode of EvangeliNation is interactive! You are invited to pray the Rosary of the Blessed Virgin Mary with me in the beautiful language of the Church: Latin. Scholars tell us that Latin is similar to Sanskrit, and that this ancient language has a grammar, cadence, and tonal quality that is quite healing. Is Latin a powerful language? Well, let's find out! Join with me in praying the Rosary today.
Here's the text of this adventure in prayer: Latin Rosary text
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Today's hot topic is abortion--but don't run away! As a civil society, we have to be having this conversation. Adoption is the better option, and this podcast addresses why.
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There is a loving, smart, stable, married couple I know that is willing right now--today!--to adopt your pre-born child, or the pre-born child of someone you know in a difficult situation. The solution is available. You don't have to abort your child!
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The admonition not to be afraid is the first utterance inaugurating the coming of the new covenant in Christ. The phrase “fear not” or “be not afraid” resounds about 100 times from the pages of holy writ! Clearly, it is a central theme of scripture, and this is so perhaps because it is a fundamental theme of human experience. Tune in today for a 20-minute reflection on the anatomy of fear and faith and how to achieve the fulfillment of our deepest human longings.
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Today's episode is a 30-minute mini-retreat meditation on Saint Joseph, foster-father of Jesus Christ and foster spiritual father of all us baptized into the Mystical Body of Christ.
St. Joseph has many beautiful titles sprung from the tradition of the Church, one of which can be said of no other human being: "Savior of the Savior." This does not mean that Joseph atoned for Jesus' sins as Jesus atones for ours. (We know that Jesus was without sin.) Rather, it refers to the very real protection St. Joseph lovingly and faithfully rendered to Jesus from the earliest moments of his life in the womb, throughout perilous journeys, and even reaching into the future to Christ's death on Calvary. In His Passion, Jesus displayed incredible forbearance, endurance, meekness, courage, and love--all virtues which were certainly inculcated in him by St. Joseph and were, no doubt, modeled after his earthly father's own virtues. "Like father like son" is an adage that can be applied to the human rearing and raising of the Savior of the world. For this reason, we ought to be grateful to St. Joseph for his faithfulness to grace in carrying out the mission given to him by the Triune God to care for and protect his foster son Jesus so that we might all be saved.
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Did you know that there is a modern devotion to the Most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ that is being called "the greatest devotion of our time"? This devotion is a deeply mystical one, and the prayers and ideas associated with it are, quite frankly, startling.
In 1995, at exactly 3:00pm, the hour of Divine Mercy, Our Lord Jesus Christ called for the first time Barnabas Nwoye, a Catholic Christian teenager from Olo, Enugu State, Nigeria, and appealed to him to console Him and to adore His Precious Blood. The fruit of these favored encounters with Christ is a comprehensive set of prayers and way of life called "Devotion to the Most Precious Blood of Jesus Christ." A book outlining this devotion is available from Queenship Publishing ISBN 1-57918-272-0. This podcast introduces listeners to this life-changing devotion.
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PCSJ's Founder and Executive Director, Lisa Tuggle, is a vowed and consecrated Pauline living the spirituality and apostolic outreach of St. Paul in the married state according to the Statute of the Holy Family Institute, one of the branches of the Pauline Family founded by Blessed James Alberione, SSP. Lisa holds a B.A. in Great Books from the University of Notre Dame and a Master of Arts degree in Theology and Christian Ministry from Franciscan University. After 20+ years in the performing arts and 10 years as a youth minister and Director of Religious Education, she is dedicating the "second half" of her life to global catechesis initiatives while enjoying family, friends, and a simple life of prayer.