Fr. Robinson discusses how to correlate Modernism with the study of Epistemology, as well as correlating our Faith with problematic statements from the Vatican, and impediments to a vocation.
Questions with Father 5: The Church’s Role in Education in the Middle Ages, Controlling God with Sin, Justice of Limbo
In this week’s episode with Fr. Robinson, Questions from listeners on: the often-overlooked history of the Church’s leading role as a scientific mind in the Middle Ages, how God allows sin – aren’t we “controlling” Him? And how can God say He wants all to be saved, if babies, through no fault of their own, are in Limbo?
Questions with Father 4: Does the Church weigh in on Cosmology, Questions about Veiling, Teen Internet Use
In this episode with Fr. Paul Robinson, a reader of his book, the Realist Guide to Religion and Science asked if the Church has an official stance on Geocentricism vs. Heliocentricism. In addition, we discuss whether ladies’ veiling is a custom or an obligation, and how parents should treat teens’ use of the internet and computer in the home.
Dr. McCall is now the editor of Catholic Family News following the death of Mr. John Vennari. We spoke with him on the topic of Just Wars. For more information on this topic, visit angeluspress.org and see the War Symposium CD Box Set.
Episode 3 of “Questions with Father” discusses some recent misconceptions about his book, “The Realist Guide to Religion and Science” as well as tips for parents on working with their teens.
Episode 2 of “Questions with Father” touches on living in the world but not of it, and how the SSPX views canonizations, specifically those of Maximillian Kolbe vs. John Paul II. The articles Father references:
Episode 1 of “Questions with Father,” with Fr. Paul Robinson. Our first conversation has poor audio quality – future episodes have been improved! This episode discusses Father’s new book, as well as the priests’ role in helping those with addiction and mental health issues.
On the Sunday after the Ascension, 2018, Fr. Louis Bochkoltz encourages faithful to abandon the world and embrace Our Lord, using the example of St. Monica.