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Latest Videos: updated Today September 26, 2021
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When Michelle Madden was little she suffered from bullying which skewed her view of God, seeing Him as someone distant. It was thanks to a Youth 2000 retreat and through Eucharistic Adoration that her outlook on life and the Faith changed completely.
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How can we be more personal in prayer with God? Fr Ken Barker speaks on the importance of prayer in our personal life in episode 19 of the Becoming Fire Series.
Our culture is shifting dramatically away from the Christian values our nation was built on. So, what can we do about it? Martyn Iles discusses the most pressing issues and what Christians can do about them, as we strive to be 'salt and light' to...
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
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Mothers and children are often said to have an invisible connection, which science cannot explain, and motherly love is believed to be omnipotent. Some people might probably say that it's a myth, but be that as it may, our story today is the best pro...
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Thanks for watching. Please consider supporting my channel by joining The Reinforcements at: and don't forget to like and subcribe. Today, Pope Francis issued a Moto Proprio called 'Traditionis Custodes' which reverses ...
When Nick de La Torre joined a Unitarian congregation, it wasn't for some altruistic spiritual motive; it was more because of the opportunity to participate in their music.
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Ora Duffley was born and raised in Athlone, Ireland. A teacher with an honours degree in history and Irish folklore at University College Dublin, she moved to Australia and currently teaches in Brisbane.
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Fr Alexei Smith and Rabbi Hillel Chon discuss the rituals that are important in both the Jewish and Catholic Faiths.
How can you forgive yourself? In this episode, Fr Ken Barker MGL shares how holding heavy judgement upon yourself can cause unhealthy guilt and explains the importance of trusting in the mercy of God so that you can let Him give you the grace to be f...
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With The Chosen, none of our characters are all bad or all good (except Jesus), or all one mood or type. Like all of us, they're nuanced. In the scenes we explored on this day of shooting, we get a glimpse of Andrew at his most desperate. Watch Th...
Written around 175AD, 'Against Heresies' by St. Irenaeus of Lyons addresses a number of questions that are still controversial in the philosophical movements of the present day. Part of the problem with the Gnosticism that St. Irenaeus preached ag...
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Every Sunday, we say that we believe in One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. What does this mean? That's the topic of this week's Three Minute Theology.
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For our 150th episode, we look at the 150th paragraph of the Catechism.
Pope Francis, at his general audience, asked Catholics to meditate on Christ's crucifixion as a sign of God's love.
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I recorded this video as the Christian world enters into the holiest and most spiritually intense time of the year. The long season of Lent has prepared us to delve once more into the mystery of the dying and rising of the Lord Jesus.
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Easter is a provocative, even outrageous thing that we celebrate. It's easy to act casual about the claims of Easter because we've all heard them so many times.
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Enjoy the relaxing sounds of Peter Kearney. All songs from the CD "Easter Carols"
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One of the most difficult components in the story Christianity is the crucifixion of Jesus on the Cross.
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
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On Thursday, 9 May 2019, Pope Francis Motu proprio, "Vos estis lux mundi", establishing new procedures for reporting abuse and violence, and ensuring that Bishops and Religious Superiors are held accountable for their actions, was presented at the Ho...
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
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Let's be honest, if you are Catholic...or even if you aren't, you have probably wondered why only men can be priests. Well, we tackle that question, and the bigger picture in this episode.
The Catholic Church considers confidentiality in the confessional inviolable and has resisted governmental intrusion of the sacrament of penance for centuries. This documentary shows how the struggle continues in the modern era.
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In this presentation, Fr Rizzo speaks about the vices which can lead us to sin and how to best avoid them.
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Tim challenges men to sacrifice for their wives (and children if they are so blessed with them) in the image of Christ's sacrifice for His Bride, the Church.
He is the founding director of the Institute for Spiritual Awareness, a Shillman-Ginsburg Writing Fellow at the Middle East Form, and an Adjunct Research Fellow of the Arthur Jeffery Centre for the Study of Islam at Melbourne School of Theology.
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Dynamic speaker and Bible Catholic Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers will show clearly and definitively that the Mass and Scripture are intimately connected. Deacon Harold will demonstrate from the Bible how the Mass unites us to Christs sacrifice on the Cr...
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Tim Staples, on tour in Australia in 2009, continues the story of his conversion, how the Bible made him Catholic