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Thinking Faith!

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This is a podcast brought to you by the Archdiocese of Regina where we attempt to navigate this winding road of faith in Jesus Christ so that we might know him more intimately, love him more profoundly and together serve him more deeply in our daily lives.

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Our 100th Episode and a Brand New Boss!

Last updated on August 15, 2018

They said it couldn't be done. They said we didn't have the stamina. They said we didn't have the attention spans. But here we are at episode 100! And to celebrate we've called in our brand new boss, Director of Pastoral Services Lisa Polk. We'll find out her thoughts on the Church, her relationship with Jesus Christ, how central evangelization and supporting parishes is to her mission --- and what superpower she'd like to have. It's a celebration this week on Thinking Faith!

Do I follow my head, my heart, or my conscience? Do I choose one, do I choose none? Do I have to choose at all? And what's this stuff about forming conscience? Is there a pottery class or something that can help? We've got the questions and maybe even some of the answers as we tackle the sticky question of conscience in this part 2 of 2 this week on Thinking Faith!

 

We may have images of do-gooder crickets and fun-sucking angels chastizing us from shoulder perches, but is that what we really mean when we talk about our conscience? Is it a battle of wills, a head vs heart "go with your gut" kind of thing? The Church seems to think it's pretty important but what is a conscience and why do we need one? The question of the ages in two parts starting this week on Thinking Faith!

 

It's the exciting conclusion to our four-part "summer class" in Christian Hospitality!  In these final two episodes, we dig in deeper taking a look at how our work and ministry culture behind the scenes can hamper or help in creating an abiding atmosphere of Christian hospitality in our parishes. Are you ready to take the hospitality challenge on this week's Thinking Faith?

 

Our four-part "summer class" in Christian Hospitality continues.  In these final two episodes, we dig in deeper taking a look at how our work and ministry culture behind the scenes can hamper or help in creating an abiding atmosphere of Christian hospitality in our parishes. It's survive or thrive time this week on Thinking Faith!

 

Continuing our four-part summer series on Creating a Culture of Christian Hospitality. In these excerpts from a workshop Deacon Eric Gurash delivered at Holy Trinity parish here in Regina, we'll look at hospitality through the lens of the Master of Christian Hospitality himself, St. Benedict and his foundational monastic Rule. We'll also discuss examples of hospitality from the secular world and what we might incorporate into our own parish practice. Be our guest this week on Thinking Faith!

 

We begin a four-part summer series on Creating a Culture of Christian Hospitality. In these excerpts from a workshop Deacon Eric Gurash delivered at Holy Trinity parish here in Regina, we'll look at hospitality through the lens of the Master of Christian Hospitality himself, St. Benedict and his foundational monastic Rule. We'll also discuss examples of hospitality from the secular world and what we might incorporate into our own parish practice. We're rolling out the red carpet and throwing wide the doors this week on Thinking Faith!

 

What do you do when you find a 'lost recording' in the middle of a very busy few weeks? Praise God, dust it off, and share it of course! Deacon Eric is still in recovery after all the ordination festivities and so we're giving both him and Dr. Brett a break while simultaneously treating you, faithful listener, to the final episode of our three-part "Faith and Reason in the Classroom" series. Enjoy this week's Thinking Faith!

Apparently, it takes awhile to get used to being a newly appointed Permanent Deacon. While we check the instruction manual and search the area for missing parts, Deacon Eric and Dr. Brett have dusted off a mysterious, unaired episode for your listening enjoyment. Here's part 2 of Faith and Reason in the Classroom on this week's Thinking Faith!

 

With deacon ordinations happening this week and a bunch of other stuff we don't need to bore you with, Eric and Brett went digging into their episode bag to dust off a series that's been lying around waiting to air. Over the next three weeks, they'll be looking at the great potential for clearing up serious faith and reason misconceptions by including some really cool discussions in the classroom. With any luck, we'll all learn some valuable lessons about life!

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