Catholic Comments Podcast

Francis J. Moloney on the Salesians of Don Bosco

The Rev. Professor Francis J. Moloney discusses the history and charism of the Salesians of Don Bosco, which is his own religious order.

Moloney is Senior Professorial Fellow at the Australian Catholic University.

St. Athanasius – Repost

Professor Khaled Anatolios of the the University of Notre Dame discusses  the remarkable life of St. Athanasius.  Born at the end of the third century (ca. 298), Athanasius is most known for his contribution to the creation of the Nicene Creed. He was also the author of The Life of Anthony, an extremely important work about the early monastic movement.

This program was first posted 2011. At that time, Professor Anatolios was on the faculty of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry. We are re-posting it today in honor of the feast of St. Athanasius, which is Tuesday of this week.



Ignatian Perspectives on Difficult Conversations

Dr. Christopher Pramuk discusses an Ignatian approach to having difficult  conversations.

Pramuk teaches Systematic Theology at Xavier University.

The “Meaning” of the Cross

Dr. Julia Feder reflects upon the meaning of the cross in the light of Holy Week and contemporary theological conversation.

Feder is Assistant Professor of Theology at Creighton University.

The Passion According to John

Dr. Sherri Brown discusses the distinctive features of the Passion according to the Gospel of John.

Brown teaches Biblical Studies at Creighton University and is a co-host of Catholic Comments.

Catholic Comments Meets Catholic Answers

In this program host John O’Keefe and guest host David McPherson interview Tim Staples and Trent Horn who are both staff apologists for Catholic Answers.

Catholic Answers is a Catholic media organization based in San Diego, California.