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Deeply rooted in Christian tradition, the 12-step program blends the best of spirituality with the best of modern psychology. Addiction recovery is only one manifestation of its utility. Under the guidance of Fr. Anthony Ciorra, you will come to see how the 12 steps apply to surprising areas of your life. A renowned author, professor, and spirituality expert and recipient of the pontifical honor P…

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Explore the extraordinary history of Catholicism in America from the discovery of the New World to our current age. Your guide, Professor R. Scott Appleby of the University of Notre Dame, is an amazingly erudite teacher and one of the leading historians of American Catholic history. Through this compelling audio series, you will gain insight into the courage and faith of American Catholics through…

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Where does the Catholic Church stand five centuries after Luther and five decades after Vatican II? To find out, join one of the world’s greatest living biblical scholars, the University of Oxford’s Fr. Henry Wansbrough, in this captivating audio lecture series. In 1517, Martin Luther’s protest ruptured Christendom. In the 1960s, the Second Vatican Council concentrated its energy on understanding…

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Plague has terrified and fascinated humanity for all of recorded history. Now, in the current moment of COVID-19, people around the globe are again struggling to learn how to navigate life during a pandemic. As in times of uncertainty throughout history, we seek the insights of the great minds who have lived through and reflected on similar historical times. Your guide for this fascinating 12-lect…

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Join celebrated Great Books professor Fr. Nicholas Ayo in exploring one of the Bible's most unusual books. At once sensual (even erotic) and sacred, The Song of Songs, sometimes known as the Canticle of Canticles or The Song of Solomon, contains some of the world's most beautiful love poetry. Now, discover how these unique and astonishing poems found their way into the Bible. The mutuality and equ…

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The Cloud of Unknowing, a 14th-century mystical text on contemplation amid a pandemic, is experiencing a renaissance in our current moment. Join award-winning Christian spirituality expert Fr. Anthony Ciorra to discover why this “journey from head to heart” is so relevant to today’s spiritual seekers.“Whoever you are, looking for peace, this book is for you.” Through 12 transformative audio lectur…

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Explore one of the most enigmatic gospels with a celebrated New Testament scholar. Most scholars agree that the Gospel according to Mark is the earliest of the four canonical gospels. It is also the shortest, with swift dramatic turns throughout its fast-paced narrative. Because of its brevity, Mark’s Gospel leaves many questions unanswered, and it has often been overlooked in the history of Chris…

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Explore the two-thousand-year impact of the most-read book ever written. The Bible’s importance can hardly be overstated: Jesus and the earliest Christians shaped their self-identity from its pages, medieval monks spent countless hours meditating on the sacred words, and reformers have been inspired by its radical message to speak the truth of the Gospel. While its message has unified believers th…

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This retreat program will inspire and move you. The Gospel of Mark portrays Christ in action. Now, A Retreat with the Gospel of Mark invites you into active contemplation. This is a perfect program to enjoy alone or with others. Combining prayerful reflection, careful biblical scholarship, and an engaging presentation style, each conference was studio-recorded by Fr. Felix Just, S.J., one of Learn…

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From the best-selling author of The Return of the Prodigal Son, essential listening for Catholics and all spiritual seekers. These meditations by beloved author Henri Nouwen invite you to follow the traditional Stations of the Cross through the passion and suffering of the world’s poor. Inspired by the drawings of Sr. Helen David, Nouwen sees in these images the ongoing passion of Christ. A peasan…

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What is faith? The answer to this question might seem obvious: believing in the existence of God. A better response, however, is more multidimensional and personal. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI emphasized the importance of faith, calling out the need to rediscover the journey of faith so as to shed ever clearer light on the joy and renewed enthusiasm of the encounter with Christ. Now, you are invite…

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How do the microscopic particles that make up our brains cause us to experience the tranquil beauty of a setting sun, the haunting strains of Mozart's Requiem, or the flush of romantic love? How, in short, can consciousness be explained? In this three-part series, neuroscientist Robert Lawrence Kuhn interviews 18 guest experts about the nuts and bolts of consciousness as well its illusory aspects.…

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