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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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Jul 16, 2024

In this part one of two episodes, Dr. Brett Salkeld visits with Stuart Squires about his new book from New City Press, "You will be Changed into Me: The Fruits of the Eucharist."


Apr 11, 2023

In this episode, Brett is joined once again by Michael Rainey, a convert from Seventh-Day Adventism and the music director at St. Paul's Co-Cathedral in Saskatoon. Last week, they talked about Michael's conversion and his thoughts on church music. This week, they delve deeper into the topic of liturgical music,...


Feb 15, 2022

In this crossover episode, Catholic convert, K. Albert Little invites Dr. Brett Salkeld to join his Cordial Catholic podcast to discuss The Eucharist, Real Presence, and Transubstantiation.

Show Snippet: "Think of Jesus spitting in the mud and rubbing stuff on people's eyes. That is SO sacramental...that the...


Feb 8, 2022

We are excited to present a special cross-over episode of Thinking Faith featuring Theological Arsonist host, Jonah Saller discussing Brett's book Transubstantiation: Theology, History, and Christian Unity.

Show Snippet: "I can't tell you how long I believed that what was physically changing was the physical elements...


Sep 17, 2019

Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett continue the discussion on the latest PEW study suggesting that 70% of Catholics do not believe what the Church teaches about Christ's Real Presence in the Eucharist. This week they will look at two popular responses to the issue made soon after the study's release. We're walking the line...