Today, on “Behold The Man” we focus on Saint Matthew’s narrative of the nativity of our Lord. We utilize the commentary from the “Navarre Bible: New Testament”, and the “Ignatius Catholic Study Bible: St. Matthew’s Gospel” for deep insights into the passages. You can pick your copy of both HERE. The music in this episode: […]
Josh LeBlanc & I interview Dave DiNuzzo from TrueManHood.com about his life, ministry, and future. It’s a great conversation about authentic masculinity. For more information on Dave check out his website HERE. http://media.blubrry.com/catholic/p/www.joemcclane.com/FYK/FYK_TrueManHood.mp3Subscribe: Android | RSS | Check out the podcast resource page!
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Today on “Behold The Man” we talk about Advent! When did it start, what does it mean, how do you prepare your heart! It’s really a mini “Carrol’s & Lessons” allowing us to journey through Salvation History to discover how the Nativity of Our Lord fulfills all of human history, destiny, and prophesy! God, put […]
Today, on “Finding Your Keys: A field guide for the every day Catholic” we talk with Fr. Larry Richards about his new book “Be A Man”. We also tackle Mary’s Immaculate Conception in this season of Advent! Fr. Larry Richards Bio: Fr. Larry Richards is a popular, captivating preacher, and a favorite speaker at Catholic […]
By Emily Stimpson : OSV post found HERE They tap into men’s needs for moral guidance missing from today’s culture You could call the rapid growth in regional Catholic men’s conferences a trend. But that would be something of an understatement. You would be closer to the mark if you called it a movement. Just […]
After William Wallace defeated the British Army at Sterling Bridge the Scottish Nobles knighted him and declared him Supreme Protector of Scotland. In a dark, dingy, open hall, packed full of Scots curious to see this Wallace who defeated the mighty Army of Edward “The Long Shanks” they began to bicker about who’s claim was […]
With the inaguration of the first annual ChristmasLent Planned Giving Campaign, catholicunderground.com is proud to announce the formation of the Catholic New Media Institute and the Institute’s major event – CatholiCon (plus the Live webcast of the Catholic New Media Awards!). How you can help? To make The Catholic New Media Institute happen we need […]
Today, I felt the need to continue the discussion on the real presence of Christ in the Holy Eucharist. We tackle “The Spirit who gives life” in John 6, as well as “Do this in remembrance of me” found in Luke 22, and elsewhere. I also show how the first century church absolutely believed, and […]