Podcast 307 – Gender Dysphoria Dr Paul Hruz – Franciscan Saints Robert Ellsberg – Rosary Game
What is the truth about gender dysphoria?
What can we learn from followers of St. Francis?
In this podcast:
0:58 – We go back to my trip to Denver to talk with Dr Paul Hruz about the important issue of Gender Dysphoria, explaining what it is, and isn’t, and what we should do as a church
- Article suggested by Dr. Hruz: www.thenewatlantis.com/publications/executive-summary-sexuality-and-gender
- Article by Dr. Hruz: www.thenewatlantis.com/publications/growing-pains
21:10 – With the feast of St. Francis tomorrow, Robert Ellsberg will join us to chat about some well known and unknown Franciscan saints and his book on the same topic
33:07 – And, this is the month of the rosary, so, we’ll play a game about the rosary and how it ties in with scripture
Catechism Paragraph of the Week: 436
The word “Christ” comes from the Greek translation of the Hebrew Messiah, which means “anointed”. It became the name proper to Jesus only because he accomplished perfectly the divine mission that “Christ” signifies. In effect, in Israel those consecrated to God for a mission that he gave were anointed in his name. This was the case for kings, for priests and, in rare instances, for prophets. This had to be the case all the more so for the Messiah whom God would send to inaugurate his kingdom definitively. It was necessary that the Messiah be anointed by the Spirit of the Lord at once as king and priest, and also as prophet. Jesus fulfilled the messianic hope of Israel in his threefold office of priest, prophet and king.
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