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Closing of Year of the Eucharist – November 2018

His dominion is an everlasting dominion that shall not be taken away, his kingship shall not be destroyed. DN 7:14 My Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Grace and Peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you.  We are concluding our Jubilee Year, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Diocese of Orlando.  On the first … Continue reading "Closing of Year of the Eucharist – November 2018"

#47: Vocations Part 1 – Answering the Call of Marriage

Rachel and Jason speak about their own marriage and how they have applied their initial call to holiness to their call to love one another through the Sacrament of Marriage.

#47: Our God is Logical

Dan and Kimmy are joined by Marcus Otte to discuss the objectivity of the moral law. Marcus explains how accepting any form of reason means accepting all forms of reason, including morality. Ultimately, this helps us understand God’s goodness through being good.

#4: Mercy Preparedness

Gary and Fr. Anthony chat with Heather Knoop, (Program Director, Family Stability Services at Catholic Charities of Central Florida), on the recovery efforts in the Florida Panhandle after Hurricane Michael. Heather and a team from CCFL drove to the Panhandle to assist those in the most devastated areas.

#3: St. Theresa Parish in Belleview

Gary Tester and Fr. Anthony Aarons from Catholic Charities, connect with different parishes and ministries throughout the diocese to witness “mercy in action.” This week they chat with parishioners from St. Theresa Parish in Belleview on their Soup Kitchen, Food Pantry and Thrift Store.

Scribe or Widow? – November 2018

A poor widow also came and put in two small coins worth a few cents. Calling his disciples to himself, he said to them, “Amen, I say to you, this poor widow put in more than all the other contributors to the treasury.” Mark 12:42,43   My Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Grace and Peace … Continue reading "Scribe or Widow? – November 2018"

#46: Wishful Thinking

Dan and Kimmy reminisce about not-quite 10 things they wish they would have done earlier in their lives in order to grow their faith life. These 9 habits are great things to start or improve upon to live an integrated Catholic life.

Tradition of military service spans three generations

Ed Prusak volunteered to serve in the Navy upon high school graduation and served as a gunner’s mate in World War II. His decision to serve his country, supported by a deep faith, would transcend his lifetime through three generations. Although he passed to eternal glory almost two years ago, his commitment to his faith, … Continue reading "Tradition of military service spans three generations"

Sharing the Wealth of Books

Imagine a world where there are no books and no magical lands to explore. The first-graders at St. Joseph Catholic School in Winter Haven discovered that some towns in Africa do not have libraries or access to books. They decided to make a difference. While diving into a new unit of study about Africa, the … Continue reading "Sharing the Wealth of Books"

STEM project proves IncrEdible

Our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, so what better way to protect this temple than to eat healthy early on in life? This past March, a group of sixth-graders from St. Mary Magdalen Catholic School in Altamonte Springs had a chance to teach others how to do that very thing. Seventh grade students … Continue reading "STEM project proves IncrEdible"