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This is a podcast brought to you by the Archdiocese of Regina where we attempt to navigate this winding road of faith in Jesus Christ so that we might know him more intimately, love him more profoundly and together serve him more deeply in our daily lives.

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Nov 5, 2019

Election day saw every one of us cooperating with evil in one way or another. What exactly do the Church and moral theology have to say about such a situation and how does this apply in our daily lives beyond election years? Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett spend some time defining terms, discussing options, and asking...


Oct 22, 2019

In our fourth and final chat with Dr. Charles Camosy of Fordham University, we examine issues of ecology, ethical farming, poverty, and government-sanctioned violence. How does our #throwawayculture infect each of these areas and can a consistent life ethic provide a holistic antidote?  The doctor is in, this week on...


Oct 15, 2019

In this part three of four Dr. Brett Salkeld and Deacon Eric Gurash sit down with Dr. Charlie Camosy of Fordham University to discuss issues of sex and sexuality, reproductive biotechnologies and abortion. They'll examine the ways our throwaway culture affects our approaches to these issues and examine how...


Oct 8, 2019

In this part two of four, Eric and Brett continue their conversation with Dr. Charlie Camosy, professor of Ethics at Fordham University, NY regarding his recent book "Resisting Throwaway Culture: How a consistent life ethic can unite a fractured people". What do we mean by a consistent ethic of life? Are there any basic...


Oct 1, 2019

Dr. Charlie Camosy, professor of Ethics at Fordham University in New York, joins Eric and Brett during this Reverence for Life month in the Archdiocese of Regina. In this first of a four-part series on his latest book "Resisting Throwaway Culture" they'll look at the broad and problematic cultural and political context...