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Bergsma explains that Pope Pius XII released an encyclical in the s which explains a framework for interpreting scriptures, and that the Church can help us to better understand the Bible.

Father Dave points out that God is not jealous in the human sense, rather he desires our exclusive love. Author, speaker and pro-life advocate J. Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time. He points out our duty to care for the poor and the importance of putting others first. All Radio Show Fr. My Right vs. The Common Good. God is Jealous But Not Envious. Beichner on Healing and Conversion After Abortion. John Bergsma, scripture scholar and friend of the show, stops by the studio to help Father Dave answer questions of faith.

Bergsma explains that Pope Pius XII released an encyclical in the s which explains a framework for interpreting scriptures, and that the Church can help us to better understand the Bible. Author, speaker and pro-life advocate J. Have you lost a loved one to suicide? Are you concerned about the state of their eternal soul? Father Dave receives a call from a woman who is traveling on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land and all of the Masses will be said in Latin.

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Author, speaker and pro-life advocate J. Original Air She explains that she recently moved to a new town and noticed that none of the parishes she has visited kneel. She wonders why this is the case. He explains that his children are younger than the age when Roman Catholic children traditionally make their First Communion, but have already received the Sacrament of Eucharist in the Byzantine rite.

A listener named Sam asks why we exchange the sign of peace during the Liturgy of the Eucharist. Archbishop William E. A listener named Tom asks for Fatherly Advice. Tom explains that he was married for 21 years and is in the process of annulment, however he has entered a new relationship. A caller named Mary Lou asks Father Dave if it's okay to have a funeral Mass for someone who didn't request one before their passing.

Father Dave chats with Jenifer Ramirez, a convert to Catholicism, wife, and mother of five, about her spiritual journey and how the death of her daughter Maggie impacted her faith. Father Dave, Brett, and Christina talk about the boundaries of good deeds and learning when to say no. What is considered gossip? In this segment from the Busted Halo Show, a listener asks a question about the Sacraments.

Father Dave interviews author, journalist, and former presidential speechwriter, Colleen Carroll Campbell, who discusses her newest book about the saints and perfectionism. Father Dave offers some fatherly advice to a caller asking an age-old question: Why would a good God allow us to suffer? Father Dave talks with Brother Malachy, a Franciscan Friar of the Renewal and soon-to-be priest, about his life-changing encounter with God, which inspired him to become a friar who serves others.

Katie Linendoll, Emmy Award-winning TV personality and global technology consultant, joins Father Dave to talk about her passion for her Catholic faith. Are relics scientific? Are science and faith at odds? From the Los Angeles Religious Education Conference, Father Dave talks with Bishop Robert Barron about his upcoming projects, reaching out to young people, and the clerical response to the sexual abuse crisis.

Mike McDonnell, clergy sex abuse survivor, shares his experience with the Catholic Church, his journey as a victim, and what he would like to see out of the Bishops' summit on the protection of minors in the Church being held this week at the Vatican.

Monsignor Stephen J. Two listeners named Donna and Pat ask Father Dave to explain chapel veils, if Vatican II discouraged use of them, and if it is still okay to wear them to Mass. Father Dave explains that veils are devotional and are not discouraged by the Church, but are no longer required. Monday after Epiphany. Father Dave discusses John's letter from today's readings, which describes the Christian life as keeping God's commandment to believe in Christ and to love one another.

Father Dave points out that sometimes both faith and loving others can be difficult, but God can provide us with the grace to live out our call. Father Dave suggests praying the popular "Prayer to the Holy Spirit" and reflecting on the fruits of the Spirit listed in Saint Paul's letter to the Galatians. During a Team Busted Halo chat on the air, Brett shares that he has been feeling overwhelmed lately, but feels unworthy to ask God for what he wants.

He explains that he asked God for a sign to confirm that God is listening, and God delivered! Father Dave also offers some encouraging words for all who struggle with asking God for help. Father Dave explains the difference between intercession and worship.

Leanna Holmes, Development Officer for Cross Catholic Outreach, discusses Box of Joy — a charitable initiative providing for impoverished children around the world in the name of Christ. Leanna explains how the program works, how to get involved and her own experience with the organization. A listener named Pam asks about the tradition of praying the Liturgy of the Hours. Father Dave points out that the practice of praying the Liturgy of the Hours began in monastic communities as a way to offer the day back to God, and it is a prayer accessible to all Christians.

He also talks about the importance of his faith and the work of his charity, The Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation. She explains what we can all do to improve our current conditions. She explains how her faith has influenced her comedy, and how the gift of humor has gotten her through difficult times.

A listener named Michelle calls into the show and shares that a good friend decided to leave the Catholic Church due to the clergy abuse scandals.

Father Dave explains that there is nothing wrong with feeling upset that her friend left the Church, and we should be honest about how we feel, but not alienate anyone in the process. A listener named Sean calls into the show with a question for Father Dave about sacramentals.

Father Dave explains that sacramentals are meant to be tangible reminders of the Divine in our lives. Friend of the show Rabbi Brad Hirschfield stops by to discuss upcoming Jewish holidays, Brett Kavanaugh, and Hurricane Michael, and how we can turn to God amidst everything happening in our world.

Shawn Carney, president and CEO of the pro-life advocacy group 40 Days for Life, stops by the studio to discuss the organization's work and how it has changed lives. He explains how he was inspired to start 40 Days for Life, and God's hand in all of it. A listener named Beth asks about the Charismatic movement in the Catholic Church. Father Dave explains that the Church does not have any official teaching on the Charismatic Renewal.

It is not suppressed by the Church, but we do not see it as often because it's not the mainstream form of prayer and worship in many Catholic communities, and also because it has ties to certain cultures.

Julie emails the show and asks a question about the Book of Life, which has been discussed a few times in her apologetics class. Father Dave explains that we see references to the Book of Life in the Book of Revelation, but that a lot of the Book of Revelation uses metaphorical language and symbolism, which makes it difficult to conclude that there is an actual book that gets one into Heaven. A listener named Kathy calls into the show and asks, "Are we able to skip purgatory if we receive the Anointing of the Sick before death?

He says that while our sins are forgiven by God, we still owe temporal punishment to purify ourselves. Three leading men from "Unbroken: Path to Redemption" stop by the studio to discuss the new film. They each share how Louis' story has inspired their own lives. A listener named Al asks, "Is it possible for Anglicans and Catholics to be in communion? Pope Benedict gave the option for those in the Anglican community to come into full communion with the Church but still be able to use their common book of prayer and some other Anglican traditions.

A listener named Robert writes into the show to ask about the proper pronunciation of "amen. Christina mentions that she was taught in school that amen means, "I believe. A caller named Cindy shares her experience explaining the Church scandal to her teens. Cindy explained to them that Jesus is always at the center of our faith, even if people sin; and that not all priests are bad.

She asks Father Dave if this was the right way to address it. Father Dave affirms Cindy and says that while we don't make excuses for this behavior, our faith is in Jesus, who has entrusted the Church to humans who are not perfect. A caller named Sharon asks if Canon Law prohibits the laity from making decisions in the Church besides doctrine. Father Dave explains that while there are certain decisions that fall only under the bishops' jurisdiction, there are many areas where the laity has a say in decision-making, like the National Review Board.

A listener named Sean shares that he went to Confession, and then his wife went in after him to the same priest. He explains that the priest told his wife some things Sean had said in Confession, but not his sins.

He asks Father Dave if this is breaking the Seal of Confession. Father Dave explains the technicalities of the Seal of Confession, and explains that in this case, there was no violation. A listener emails the show, explaining that he was abused for several years, and his abuser won't acknowledge the wrongdoing. Father Dave explains that we are called to forgive even if someone won't admit that they are wrong, and that forgiveness also helps us heal.

Brett shares that he returned to Confession after being away for a few years, and talks about his experience. Father Dave and Christina also share what the Sacrament of Reconciliation has meant to their faith lives.

Father Dave and Team Busted Halo react to the Pennsylvania grand jury report of priests abusing minors over decades. Father Dave expresses his anger and frustration, and emphasizes that it's time for the Church to own its mistakes. Carl Anderson, Supreme Knight of the Knights of Columbus, chats with Father Dave about the organization's work building communities for persecuted Christians, and spreading awareness throughout the U.

Anderson also discusses the Ultrasound Initiative, which provides free ultrasound machines to pregnancy centers to help in the pro-life cause. Trisha shares that she has decided to join Father Dave in losing 10 pounds, and talks about how her journey is going so far. Father Dave encourages Trisha to keep up the good work. A listener named Craig asks, "What are the benefits of praying to saints?

Following the examples of the saints is helpful in living out our own lives of faith, and the saints can be a community of support for us as well. Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. Father Dave discusses today's Gospel reading in which Jesus performs the miracle of the multiplication of the loaves and fish.

Father Dave reflects on the question, "Do we have enough? Father Dave reminds us that God always gives us enough, and we should be thankful and satisfied with what we have. John Bergsma, scripture scholar and friend of the show, stops by the studio to help Father Dave answer questions of faith. Bergsma explains that Pope Pius XII released an encyclical in the s which explains a framework for interpreting scriptures, and that the Church can help us to better understand the Bible.

Robert Fine, a palliative care physician, stop by the studio to discuss the spirituality of end of life care, and what ancient texts can teach us about pain and suffering. A caller named Johanna shares that she baptized her grandson in secret because her daughter-in-law left the Church, and asks if it counts.

Father Dave explains that theologically it does count as a Christian baptism, and encourages her be honest with her family. She shares how she overcame it all, and how she is using her story to inspire others.

Friend of the show Heather King stops by the studio to discuss her new book, "Famished: A Food Memoir with Recipes," and her other recent writing. Heather shares the inspiration for her column at Magnificat, and the great people she has met along her career journey. Jim emails the show and asks, "Was Judas' betrayal part of God's plan?

And if so, why was he condemned? He points out that Judas had free will. He also explains that the Church has never claimed or taught that Judas is in hell. He explains the mindset behind this decision, and how it may be a way to evangelize.

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