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TF113: Catholics and Other Faiths - Part 2

Last updated on November 13, 2018

It happened again. We started talking about something and just couldn't make ourselves stop. On offer today, the unexpected second part of our discussion on Catholics and other religions. Our focus today...what do we do when we disagree? In a space and time when the culture has forgotten how to disagree, we're throwing down the gloves this week on Thinking Faith!


TF112: Religion and Truth

Last updated on November 7, 2018

Aren't all Religions true? Is it ever ok to disagree? What's our relationship with the Jewish community and what about other religions of the world? We'll search for answers to these and all your questions about Catholics, Truth and other religions this week on Thinking Faith!

Just in time for All Hallow's Eve, a long-anticipated (by us at least), episode on Catholics, the supernatural and the occult. Can/should Catholic's dress up for Halloween? What do Catholics need to know about the supernatural and the occult and what about Ouija boards and other kinds of 'fortune telling'? We'll be haunting your dreams this week on Thinking Faith!

Social Justice Coordinator, Tashia Toupin is in studio one more time as we complete our Reverence for Life Month series. We'll discuss those particular life issues surrounding care for the elderly, the sick and the dying with a focus on our common call to create a culture of encounter, in the midst of a culture that seeks to avoid or end suffering at all costs. We're choosing a life of care, compassion, and accompaniment this week on Thinking Faith!


As Reverence For Life month continues in the Archdiocese of Regina we invite Social Justice Coordinator Tashia Toupin into the studio once again. This week we discuss victims of violence. We discuss St. Mother Theresa's solution for peace, examine the effects of generational violence on individuals, families and our world, take a look at the scriptural call to care for refugees and share practical ways we can all be part of the solution this week on Thinking Faith!

As Reverence For Life Month Continues in the Archdiocese of Regina we sit down with Social Justice Coordinator Tashia Toupin once again. This time we'll take a look at the life issues surrounding poverty, discuss what a "Preferential Option for the Poor" really means, and share some more practical ideas on integrating habits of care for the poor into our daily lives. Praying for compassionate hearts and generous souls on this week's Thinking Faith!

As Reverence For Life month begins in the Archdiocese of Regina, Tashia Toupin and Deacon Eric Gurash sit down to discuss the wide scope of life issues surrounding Abortion. From the vulnerability of the unborn to the systemic pressures that hamper a woman's freedom to choose life, they invite a deeper look and share practical actions we can all take to support a true reverence for life on this week's Thinking Faith!

Wherein we discuss alternate show names, get confused by knock-knock jokes and meet our new Social Justice Coordinator Tashia Toupin as we prepare to kick off Reverence for Life Month this coming October 1st! Asking "Who's there?" and "What's the relationship between freedom, conscience and life issues?" this week on Thinking Faith!


If you've ever been in a classroom with younger kids talking about church stuff you figure out pretty quick that their answer to every question is going to be Jesus. Brett and Eric head back to school on this one where the Incarnation suddenly seems to be the answer to everything this week on Thinking Faith!


Continuing our 4-part series on Jesus, Eric and Brett take a closer look at the Fathers of the Church and how a whole mess of heresies actually helped us all get to know Christ a little better. We're walking through heresies and hoping we don't get any on us this week on Thinking Faith!


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