There is certainly a crisis of crazy throughout the world, but we are seeing some signs of sanity returning at least to the Church. In this epsisode Tim and Wilson talk about some news stories involving a nun at odds with some “faithful” on the issue of sexual integrity, identiy, and same-sex unions, a Bishop who ignores canon law, and one who upholds and defends it.
There is a crisis of faith in the world, and in the Church. But where there is great darkness, God provides great light. In this episode Tim talks about a distrubing news story out of Germany involving counter-protestors in support of “sexual diversity” education. He also talks about why we all need to “get a clue” and remember who we are (as Catholics) if we expect the world to once again march to the Catholic drum.
Opening the show talking about the new movie “Noah”, we get into a conversation about sin and conversion in the light of God’s mercy and justice. Then things get really interesting following some heavy questions from a chatter named “Gay Catholic”.
One of the subjects of Sunday’s episode of Vericast, “Cosmos, Crazy” was the REC Urban Fusion Mass in Las Angeles. It was also made mention of on the Tim Haines show on Tuesday “Sin and God’s Mercy”. I watched the Urban Fusion Mass and I must say that it was quite a production….
This installment of our Battlefield Blogs comes hot off the heels of our latest episode that discussed Giordano Bruno. [Watch/Listen to the Episode] This was an exchange between me (Tim) and another commenter on a blog from Discover Magazine’s website. What we learn from this is that anti-Catholic bloodthirstiness leads some (many!) to abandon all […]
By Vickie Armstrong This is the Spirit of truth, whom the world cannot receive, because it neither sees him nor knows him. You know him, because he abides with you, and he will be with you. Jnn14:17 On last Sunday’s episode of Vericast, “Waiting for the World to Change” Tim and Wilson were contrasting the […]
DESCRIPTION There are many things that keep us far from the cross, and from the Crucifixion itself. Pride. Fear. Doubt. Many things bring us to be scattered, as the Apostles were. Many things cause us to abandon Christ and to leave Him to be alone in his suffering. This Holy Week let's begin to draw [...]