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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.

Have a question you'd like us to address on the show? Email Eric at egurashatarchregina [dot] sk [dot] ca.

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Wherein we discuss stealing pens and pinching faces, collectively confront our innate 'John Wayne-ness', and realize our call to greatness with guest Kevin Philip. Somewhere in the midst of all of this, we'll even take some time to talk about the new "Made for Greatness" men's ministry Kevin is involved with and tell you when and where you can check it out.

If we've piqued your interest, you can join the next event on Friday, April 6. For details head over to their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/rcmadeforgreatness

TF78: The Challenge of Credibility

Last updated on March 13, 2018

Wherein Eric and Brett's ability to pull off these podcast things is brought into question, they ponder what episode 100 might look like, and face the challenge of the Church's credibility in the 21st Century head-on. Do they actually know what they're doing? You be the judge on this week's Thinking Faith!

This week on Thinking Faith, we wrap up our Lenten retreat on Prayer, Fasting, and Almsgiving with a look at Prayer and it's role in off-setting our tendency towards an unhealthy personal pride that displaces our trust and reliance on God. As we bring things to a close you will once again have the opportunity to create a concrete prayer plan that will not only carry you through the Lenten season but, as with all of these practices, serve you well throughout the year!

 

Our Lenten Prayer, Fasting and Almsgiving retreat continues! This week we'll examine almsgiving as an antidote to our propensity to grasp at and possess those things of this world which are intended to be gifts freely given and freely received. As with last week, near the end, we'll take some time to fashion a concrete plan for incorporating this spiritual antidote into our daily lives. 

 

Last week we realized that, just as our bodies immune systems are locked into a daily physical battle to keep us well, so too are our Spiritual Lives caught up in a daily struggle to keep us well. This week we look at how fasting provides an essential balance to our propensity to 'overconsume' the things of this world. As today's segment comes to a close we'll even take some time to put together a concrete fasting plan that can carry us through Lent.

With Lent beginning February 14 - which in relation to this podcast's release is tomorrow, we thought we'd invite you to join in a little 'At home Retreat' series for Lent. Over the next few weeks, we'll share segments of this retreat where we take a closer look at the practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving through the lens of their ability to serve as spiritual 'antidotes' to particular, spiritual ills.

He came, we saw, we were completely overwhelmed by the unexpected graces! Of course, we're talking about the once-in-a-lifetime visit of the First Class Relic of one of our Church's greatest evangelists, St. Francis Xavier. Eric and Brett, along with guests Mary Polk and Anastasia Symchych take some time this week to sit down and discuss their experiences and the surprising graces experienced during and after their visit. St. FX returns, and we need some group therapy on this week's Thinking Faith!

ICYMI – Links to Recordings of the Relic Mass and Evening Presentations at Resurrection Parish;

St. Francis Xavier Relic Mass

St. Francis Xavier Relic Evening Event 

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Eric and Brett conclude their series on teaching the Eucharist to parents and children with a look at Remembrance and Anticipation. They'll discuss practical ways to engage families in these very human, almost daily activities of recalling, re-living, and looking forward to current and future life events and how the mass itself invites us to actively participate in these kinds of activities on a practical and a spiritual level. We know you've been eagerly awaiting this conclusion as much as we have this week on Thinking Faith!

 

They've talked about the theology and deep, spiritual insights surrounding meals and sacrifice in the Eucharist. Now Eric and Brett discuss how to actually teach these things to parents and kids in your sacrament's or religion class. They'll discuss the importance of family meals and how to draw those intimate connections between meals and sacrifices in our daily lives to the sacrament itself. Hope you're hungry this week on Thinking Faith!

 

Brett and Eric pick up their Sacraments series for parents and Catechists right where they left off looking now at how we might practically teach the key features of this central sacrament of our faith 'on the ground'. This week they discuss practical approaches to transformation and presence - teaching parents and kids about the Real Presence of Christ and the kind of transformations we are talking about in the Eucharist.

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