Shield of Faith with Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold is an engaging Catholic speaker and author, but his primary vocation is that of husband and father of six. Each week on the live program Shield of Faith, Matthew and his guests confront the many challenges facing faithful Catholics today. Whether the topic is literature or liturgy, the papacy or pop culture, the focus of Shield of Faith is the authentic role of laypeople according to the Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity (Apostolicum Actuositatem), the universal call to holiness, and Saint Paul’s admonition to “put on the armor of God” (Ephesians 6.10ff).

May 07, 2013

Matthew interviews dom. Noah Moerbeek, C.P.M.O. dom. Noah is a professed knight in the restored Order of the Poor Knights of Christ a fully Church-approved association of the lay faithful dedicated to living out a rule of life in accord with the spiritual virtues of Christian Chivalry.

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April 9, 2013

Suffering is one of the top reasons atheists give for not believing in God. In answer, Matthew reflects on suffering, the search for meaning, and our journey with Christ.

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April 2, 2013

Matthew offers a defense of the person of the historical person of Jesus and His Resurrection in response to the mainstream media’s annual assault on Easter.

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March 19, 2013

This special “Mariathon” broadcast includes Matthew’s reflections on the “mainstream” media coverage of the new papacy in light of the unchanging doctrines of Catholicism.

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Shield of Faith with Matthew Arnold

Matthew Arnold is an engaging Catholic speaker and author, but his primary vocation is that of husband and father of six. Each week on the live program Shield of Faith, Matthew and his guests confront the many challenges facing faithful Catholics today. Whether the topic is literature or liturgy, the papacy or pop culture, the focus of Shield of Faith is the authentic role of laypeople according to the Decree on the Apostolate of the Laity (Apostolicum Actuositatem), the universal call to holiness, and Saint Paul’s admonition to “put on the armor of God” (Ephesians 6.10ff).

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