This week on “Behold The Man”, Did Jesus really mean we can’t call our Priest’s Fahter in Matthew 23:9? Or… is it because they are Priest’s that we MUST call them Fahter?
I gave this talk at the opening ceremony of the John Paul II Film Festival in Miami, FL; its a combination of a talk I give on “Shame & Continence” from John Paul II “Love & Responsibility” and my own testimony on growing up with pornography, sexual license, how God delivered me from it, and how John Paul II taught me to use shame as a tool for spiritual success. You can hear my full testimony, and a more detailed talk on “Shame” on my site… click on “Book The Hack” at the top… links to the talks are on the bottom of that page.
http://media.blubrry.com/catholic/p/www.joemcclane.com/Behold_The_Man/BTM_No33.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadToday, on Behold The Man, I share my talk at the San Antonio Men’s conference. I know many have already listened to this talk however, for the benefit of those who only listen to this show on the radio I was granted permission to post a 45 min special. […]
Today on “Behold The Man”, we finish up part 3 of our series on “Shame and Continence”, from John Paul The Great’s “Love & Responsibility”, with continence, or self-control. I gave this talk, listen HERE, at Hester’s Cafe in Corpus Christi, and shared how God allowed me to understand the need for self-control, & the objective order of value in human sexuality. John Paul takes it to the next level!
http://media.blubrry.com/catholic/p/www.joemcclane.com/downloads/Talk_on_Shame_and_Continence.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadMy talk on Shame from John Paul II’s “Love and Responsibility” from Hester’s Cafe in Corpus Christi, TX. You can listen all of the lectures at following site: Love and Responsibility Lecture Series The Live Video:
Today, on “Behold the Man” I give an overview of a talk I will be giving on the subject of Shame from John Paul The Great’s book “Love & Responsibility”. For decades in my pursuit for satisfaction, through pornography addiction, and sexual license, I found only shame. Shame is what reminds us of our sin, and at the same time, can help us find true freedom.
January 29 Interpretation of Sexual Urge Matthew Moore Professor of Theology, University of St Thomas http://tobonthestreet.blogspot.com Download the flier for the series HERE. Find more information HERE.