Podcast 217 – Poetry of the Cross Daniel Garland – Invitations John Beaulieu – Game
In this podcast:
0:58 – Daniel Garland from the Institute for Catholic Culture will talk with us about St. John of the Cross and help us to understand a short poem he wrote
- St John of the Cross lecture: instituteofcatholicculture.org/talk/st-john-of-the-cross/
- Past lecture: instituteofcatholicculture.org/talk/come-let-us-die-with-him/
13:23 – John Beaulieu from the Steubenville Conferences will talk with us about a very simple way to evangelize, something we can all do, and we all should do.
27:53 – And we will all learn something and have some fun in the process with today’s game
Prayer for All Humanity:
Bless us all, 0 Lord, we pray, for loved ones, here and near, and far away. And everyone for whom we pray. Keep us safe each night and day, the homeless who have no place to stay. Those who are suffering in any way. The dying, those mourning or grieving and all who need God’s mercy. Keep us safe, Heavenly Father, when we are at home, or travelling on our way, or when we are vulnerable, or in danger in any way. Most merciful Father, hear us as we pray for the souls in Purgatory, or who may be sent there some day.
Catechism Quote of the Week:
402 All men are implicated in Adam’s sin, as St. Paul affirms: “By one man’s disobedience many (that is, all men) were made sinners”: “sin came into the world through one man and death through sin, and so death spread to all men because all men sinned.” The Apostle contrasts the universality of sin and death with the universality of salvation in Christ. “Then as one man’s trespass led to condemnation for all men, so one man’s act of righteousness leads to acquittal and life for all men.”
Tribond Prize donated by The Thirsting – a song called “Hail Holy Queen”
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