My Writings. My Thoughts.
On today’s show, Joe reflected upon the recent passing of his friends Penny Lord & Manny Nino. Both of them were very holy and understood the spiritual life’s magnitude as having an eternal consequence. As such, they paid particular attention to what was most important by putting first things first…..namely their spiritual lives. Joe also reflected upon the nearness of death in our own lives and how we ought to prepare properly each day for our ultimate meeting with our Lord and Savior.
Joe and Fr. John (Parochial Administrator of St. Stephens the First Martyr, Sacramento California) discussed the beauty and richness of the Traditional Latin Mass. Father also answered the most common questions that are often asked regarding this particular Mass.
Discourse on Christmas by St. Alphonsus Liguori.
On today’s show, Joe and Michael discussed the unique and authentic Catholic nature of Fisher More College. Fisher More is rooted in the Traditional Latin Mass and offers a model for college life that embraces and fosters the spiritual, intellectual, and character development of each student. Not unlike a religious house of formation, Fisher More shapes the daily life, and soul, of each student by daily attendance at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, Liturgy of the Hours, Academic Course Work, and Service in overall college operations (landscaping, meal prep, housekeeping, etc). As far as Catholic Colleges in the United States go, Fisher More embodies the total Catholic experience. It is the real deal. More can be learned at www.fishermore.edu
On today’s show, Joe interviewed Fr. Zieba and discussed his book “Papal Economics – The Catholic Church on Democratic Capitalism, from Rerum Novarum to Caritas Veritate” that was recently translated in to English. In addition to discussing the Catholic Church’s position on a free market economy, they addressed Father’s experience in the Solidarity Movement, life in Communist Poland, and his personal relationship with Blessed John Paul II.
On today’s show, Joe read a homily written by St. Gregory the Great entitled “The Lord follows his Preachers”. St. Gregory gives fantastic insight the to age old question “Are we living our life as we ought to”.