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Dec 29, 2020

This week we begin a three-part visit with Matthew Marquardt and Brendan Steven of to discuss the origins of this organization whose mission is to assist Catholics in discerning their own conscience as voters and build the Kingdom of God through Catholic social teaching.

Show snippet: "Out of love...

Dec 22, 2020

Join us for a special Advent retreat episode of Thinking Faith. This week Deacon Eric reflects on the Annunciation from the Fourth Sunday's Gospel and the invitation of the angel Gabriel to see our gifts and others, through God's own eyes.

Show Snippet: "This is the God who sees within the world as it is, a space where...

Dec 15, 2020

The discussion on faith and politics continues as guests Brendan Hodge and Charles Camosy examine the potential that exists in both left and right political ideologies for a radical coming together on a variety of important issues.

Show Snippet: "Why do we have to choose between protecting pre-natal children from being...

Dec 8, 2020

With the election cycle in Saskatchewan complete and our neighbours to the south wrapping up their own contentious presidential vote, we thought it would be great fun to invite two faithful US Catholics to the show to discuss the fallout. Charlie Camosy, a former member of Democrats for Life, and Brendan...

Dec 1, 2020

Wherein a dialogue between St. Ignatius of Loyola and Rene Descartes provides a moral to our cautionary tale, and an old friend from NET Ministries Canada 'podcast bombs' the show.

Show Snippet: "Ignatius knows to have a healthy suspicion of his own capacity for self-deception at the expense of his neighbour...and this...