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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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Jun 7, 2022

Thinking Faith has officially reached our 300th Episode!  In celebration, Eric and Brett have dug into the vault and dusted off their very first recording.  Crack open your favorite bubbly brew, sit back and enjoy the episode that started it all as we ask pointed questions like "What is Theology?" and "Why haven't these...


Apr 20, 2021

What does it mean that Christians proclaim belief in the resurrection of the body and what connection does this have to the end of human history. Join the discussion in this part 2 of 2, this week on the Thinking Faith Catholic Podcast!

Show Snippet: "John takes all these things which we imagine in the indefinite future;...


May 5, 2020

Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett begin a multipart series on Creationism and the Catholic Church. Young earth, old earth, 6 days, billions of years. What does the Church say?

Show Snippet: "Both the fundamentalist and the atheist think that Christians who read and believe the Bible, need to be Creationists...and there's a deep...


Apr 14, 2020

Join the discussion this first week of Easter in this part two of two, as we continue wondering how Jesus' suffering and death redeemed humanity.

Snippet from the Show: "That's all of us: death is coming, but you do get a choice of how to approach it...and the more practice you get, the better you get at it. It doesn't...


Apr 7, 2020

Was the cross really necessary for our salvation and how is it that one man's death obtained salvation for humanity? As Holy Week begins, Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett discuss these questions and more.

Show snip: "...also the things he said in the resurrection appearances, especially Luke 24 and the road to Emmaus when...