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The Biblical Roots of the Mass (new podcast!)


Today’s podcast is mostly me sitting back and letting a theologian do all the talking, which was good as I don’t think I could have added as much. Thomas J. Nash is a theologian with EWTN and a fantastic author. His latest book, The Biblical Roots of the Massis a good book that gets beyond the apologetics squabbles and offers a fine introduction for where we Catholics get our ideas about the Mass, the Liturgy, and the Eucharist. I mean it when I say that he pretty much covers Biblical typology in 20 minutes. Listen, share, and enjoy!

Click the big ol’ image to your right or click this shiny link here to listen.

Also, check it out on iTunes or Stitcher. Heck, you can even just download from the RSS Feed.

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Light on the Dark Passages of Scripture (new podcast!)


shutterstock_261564380I’m finally back in the podcast saddle talking with Dr. Mark Giszczak, a writer and professor. I had to take a break while I tried to get a handle on my new job, which is now editing books for Sophia Institute Press. I’m very excited but it’s also a lot to do. Click this link or the photo to give a listen, and then give a like or a share, if you’d be so kind.

You can also find us on iTunes or Stitcher.

Also, check out Mark at Catholic Bible Student and on Facebook. Also, he’s launched a new YouTube channel, Catholic Broccoli.

Enjoy!