spirituality

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What Does “Indwelling” Mean? — Calvinism, Prayer, and John 14:23

January 7, 2016

What does “indwelling” mean? What is friendship with God? How does “friendship” help us to know God? ... more
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Sin: Who will deliver me from this mortal body? — Romans 7:7-25

November 22, 2014

Christians still struggle with sin. How does a Christian deal with personal failings? How does a Christian view death? How does a Christian progress in the spiritual life? Do we realize how much we really need God? ... more
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Evangelism vs. Evangelization, Matthew 28:19-20 with Special Guest Fr. Dave Harris – Deep in Scripture

February 29, 2012

Today’s Scripture: Matthew 28:19-20 (Evangelism vs. Evangelization) ... more
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Leland & Emily McCullough: Former Presbyterians

May 20, 2002

Leland and Emily were both brought up committed Presbyterians. Leland was thinking about entering Law School when he met and married Emily. The Lord led them to enter Union Seminary and Leland was ordained a Presbyterian minister, in which capacity he served for 16 years.  Their journey to the Catholic faith began when they me a priest from South Africa, who noticed that they were using Catholic homeschooling materials. This began ... more
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Mother Angelica: A Life-long Catholic

September 3, 2001

Mother Angelica joins Marcus for the 4th Anniversary episode of the Journey Home Program. Mother Angelica was born Rita Antoinette Rizzo, in 1923, in Canton, Ohio. In 1944, she joined the contemplative order of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration. After a severe back injury, she told God that if she could walk after the surgery, she would build Him a monastery in the South. True to her word and God’s ... more
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Dr. Robin Maas: Former Christian Science & United Methodist

October 9, 2000

Robin was raised in a family where her mother was a Christian Scientist and her father an indifferent Methodist. By the age of 14, both of her parents had died. This forced her to a deeper prayer life and Scripture study. After high school she attended a Christian Science college, in Illinois. By about the age of 30, her study of sociology combined with reading the Catholic mystics deconstructed her Christian Science ... more
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Mother Angelica: Life-long Catholic

August 23, 2000

Mother Angelica was born Rita Antoinette Rizzo, in 1923, in Canton, Ohio. In 1944, she joined the contemplative order of the Poor Clares of Perpetual Adoration. After a severe back injury, she told God that if she could walk after the surgery, she would build Him a monastery in the South. True to her word and God’s goodness, the surgery was a success. The new Mother Angelica and five founding Sisters ... more