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Dr. Ray Guarendi was raised Catholic, but there was a lot he never learned, or if he did learn it, it didn't sink in.
Why has J.R.R. Tolkien, best known for his fiction, been so instrumental in drawing so many people to the Catholic Church?
23m 55s
Find out why so many Americans are talking about Return to Order, a challenging book that can restore our beloved nation. Meet the author John Horvat and hear what book readers think about this powerful work.
9m 43s
Bishop Robert Barron talks about one of the greatest catholic philosphers in the world, Rene Girard.
8m 12s
Bishop Barron comments on the steady decline towards secularisation and how the secular government is speeding up the decline.
8m 20s
Let me start off by saying that I've really enjoyed getting familiarized with Dr. Jordan Peterson's perspective. I think he has a lot of great insights and I'd recommend anyone with an open mind, to check him out and listen to what he has to say.
8m 47s
In this show, we interview Mr. John Horvat II about the principles found in his book, "Return to Order." The conversation covers topics like the brutal pace of modern day life, the soul's need for order and Rod Draher's, "The Benedict Option."
11m 49s
Bishop Robert Barron comments on one of the greatest literary figures in Western tradition, Dante Alighieri.
35m 54s
In this episode of The Van Maren Show, Jonathon Van Maren and Black have conversation specifically about Donald Trump, starting with the most obvious question, 'What made you write a biography about President Donald J. Trump?'
The author of a new book on the election of Pope Francis explains the spiritual process of a conclave.
8m 23s
Bishop Barron talks about the Les Miserables film which is replete with christian themes.
2m 8s
We need to take time to read the stories and biographies of people who made a difference in the world.
9m 1s
Bishop Barron comments on the film and book The Hobbit which is abundant with catholic themes.
12m 26s
There's this narrative out there that says that science arose in Christian Europe in spite of the antagonism of the religious authorities against reason. It portrays the scientific revolution as the inevitable triumph of reason over superstition.