Their last event sold out 800 tickets in 10 hours.
Letting God continue the work of purifying and perfecting.
Fr. Ryan teaches highschoolers at Life Teen on Faith and Science's complementary roles in the human experience.
And here's the video that was shown during the talk.
Quite possibly the shortest homily Fr. Ryan has ever given.
Fr. Ryan's presentation at Catholic University of America to college students about prayer, identity, and desire.
A divided heart is a heart not yet full of love.
Al Cleveland shares his amazing story of perseverance and blessing.
The Prodigal Son is the most famous story of forgiveness ever, but have you learned all its lessons?
What is going on with these tough words from Jesus about "hating" our family?
Fr. Ryan Mann was installed as the Fourth Pastor of St. Basil the Great Catholic Church.
Though God "knows everything", we still need Him to hear our story directly from us.
Fr. Ryan & Staffers Tommy & Gregory reveal and discuss the meaning behind our new parish logo and tagline.
God is so big that He's even in the little things.
The location of pain and the location of transformation. Find out more at tobcle.org
The unique characteristics of Divine power compared to human power.
The Good Samaritan story may be deeper than we realize.
Chris is living here at St. Basil over the summer, working hard and growing in Eucharistic spirituality.
God's story reveals His identity and the part you play in it.
Fr. Walt returns to speak to Gifts of the Spirit Women's Ministry about adjustments in life.
"Shall we call down fire upon them?!?" vs. "Let's keep walking."
Father's Day & Corpus Christi 2022. Cultural examples from TV over the years of wounded, small fathers who are not admired but only laughed at.
Fr. Joe Koopman, Moral Theologian, uses the Christian narrative to view current scapegoating loops and the way out of them.
Pentecost - the greatest gift is the gift of a Person
Preparing a place and giving us hope, rather than ditching a messy world.
God did not design us to be machines
Concrete examples in everyday life of picking up the Cross on the way to Glory
The Church is a Mother too, in all the fullness of motherhood - tender, merciful, encouraging, challenging, loving
Forgiveness different than reconciliation
Can't I just follow my conscience, or the one Golden Rule? We dig behind the question and address what's really going on.
You are no fool for wanting it all. Easter Sunday 2022.
The wonder isn't in the suffering and evil, but in the response to it.
Why would the Lord of the Universe become unimpressive?
We look at what we value, and this week God directs our gaze to what He values.
After the condemnation dissipates, her true identity emerges once again.
Sacraments are Jesus reaching us with His saving physical touch.
Fr. Matt and Tommy hear the story of Corwin Miller, who is part of the RCIA group becoming Catholic this Easter.
How do repentance and mercy go together?
Fr. Ryan shares the fruits of a 7-day silent retreat and reminds us of the Church's annual retreat - Lent.
Links mentioned in this podcast:
Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine in Euclid, OH
Poor Clare Nuns in Cleveland, OH
Erin shares her insights from reading Catholic Answers' short booklet "Bible Difficulties".
Why should I bother being religious if unbelievers can be decent, honest people too?
The 5min video mentioned in this episode on the Moral Argument for God's existence can be viewed at http://bit.ly/MoralArgument
C.S. Lewis' short essay Man or Rabbit? mentioned in this episode can be read here.
Why do I need anything more than science?
Some of the Gospels differ in minor details. Does this mean they are invalidated? Can we rely on the Bible at all?