Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts
Day 3 - St. Augustine has written: - "The wisdom of what a person says is in direct proportion to his progress in learning the holy scriptures--and I am not speaking of intensive reading or memorization, but real understanding and careful investigati...
In this episode Dr. Reno examines Blessed John Henry Newman. We discuss the substance and influence of the "University Sermons" and in particular sermon #4 "The Usurpations of Reason"
Day 2 - St. Augustine has written: - “Though good and bad men suffer alike, we must not suppose that there is no difference between the men themselves, because there is no difference in what they both suffer.
LST5 – The Crucible of Suffering – The Letters of St. Therese of Lisieux with Fr. Timothy Gallagher Podcast
Episode 5 - In this conversation, Fr. Gallagher reflects on letters written by St. Therese to her sister Celine who very much needed the contact given the suffering that was being endured by the family because of their father's illness.
Day 9 - St. Bernard you have said: - "Let us not imagine that we obscure the glory of the Son by the great praise we lavish on the Mother; for the more she is honored, the greater is the glory of her Son.
Day 1 - St. Augustine has written: - "No one knows what he himself is made of, except his own spirit within him, yet there is still some part of him which remains hidden even from his own spirit; but you, Lord,
Day 8 - St. Bernard you have said: - "Many appear full of mildness and sweetness as long as everything goes their own way; but the moment any contradiction or adversity arises, they are in a flame, and begin to rage like a burning mountain.
Day 7 St. Bernard you have said: “It was love that motivated His self-emptying, that led Him to become a little lower than angels, to be subject to parents, to bow His head beneath the Baptist’s hands, to endure the weakness of the flesh,
DC18 St. John Damascene pt 1 – The Doctors of the Church: The Charism of Wisdom with Dr. Matthew Bunson
Dr. Matthew Bunson discusses the life, times and teachings of St. John Damascene Born: 676 AD, Damascus, Syria Died: December 4, 749 AD, Mar Saba, Jordan For more on St. John Damascene and his teachings From Vatican.va,
Day 6 - St. Bernard you have said: - "Let no one believe that he has received the divine kiss, if he knows the truth without loving it or loves it without understanding it. But blessed is that kiss whereby not only is God recognized but also the Fath...