In this edition of the Theology on Tap Podcast, Dr. John Finley will focus on the distinctiveness of friendship compared with other forms of human love.
Inspired by the country song refrain: “God is great, beer is good, people are crazy”, Paul will explore our relationship with God, the goodness in His creation, and the appropriate Christian response to alcohol.
Tucked into the countryside of Taizé, France, lies a place of discovery, faith, and community.
Presented by Giovanni Madriz, Program Coordinator of the Office of Hispanic Ministry of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, “María de Guadalupe: A Beacon for Our Times” is a talk that regards the awe-inspiring meaning, beauty, and pertinence of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and her effect on Catholics throughout time.
It’s a new year, how is God speaking to you? We make resolutions for our health, professional, and social lives, but have we considered the spiritual transformations needed to make 2017 a year for our Lord.
Deacon Ryan explores the basic questions of the human heart- who am I? Why am I here? Where did I come from? Where am I going? – through the lens of wonder and human desire.
“For everything I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for everything I have not seen.”
In this Theology on Tap talk, Jane Guenther shares simply and profoundly how the Church understands angels and demons. She uses scriptural evidence and revealed tradition to explain the spiritual realm. She also explores ways to combat the evil we contend with in our present culture while learning to rely on the help of angels and saints in this cosmic battle.
During Fr. Chris Martin’s Theology on Tap talk he continues forming the conversation that he believes we, as Catholic Christians, need to have about the topic of sexual confusion. He emphasizes the importance of approaching the truths of sexual confusion always with the individual in mind.
“[In marriage] you don’t sign up to live with a saint, you sign up to make someone a saint, and you give them permission to make you a saint, too.” In this Theology on Tap talk titled “Have Mercy: Dating and Marriage” David and Rachel Leininger share practical advice to navigating relationships as they unfold lessons they learned in each phase of their relationship.