Fr Flader’s meditates on Christ’s Resurrection, moving from the darkness of sin into the light of the Resurrection through the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
We discuss with Paul O’Callaghan, CEO of Caritas Australia, the current and very severe drought and famine that is affecting people in East Africa.
Mr Antoine Chamamyan shares some of the horrors he saw and experienced in recent days, leading to his fleeing from Syria and arrival in Australia.
Bishop Robert Rabbat highlights presenting the truth of the situation in the Middle East and shows how to stretch our Christian identity through peace.
James Parker answers questions from the Immaculata Mission Schoolers on forgiveness, relationships, playing the guitar for Pope St John Paul II, and more.
James Parker explains importance of our feelings, and how we can give Jesus these emotions. James also discusses our continual battle with three types of sin.
Bishop Robert Barron explains what the conversations between Jackie Kennedy and a priest in the recent film “Jackie” teach us about consoling the suffering.
Mark Nimo explains what it means to be a radical disciple of Christ: how His discipleship is different, what it’ll cost us, and how we are to imitate Mary.