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Paths to unity
New City Press
Incisive conversations on how to achieve unity in a polarized world. To know more, visit www.newcitypress.com
Jan 12, 2021
Journeying in Paradise, a conversation with Don Mitchell
Don Mitchell, the editor of "Paradise, Reflections on Chiara Lubich’s Mystical Journey", shares his insights on that experience and places it into its context highlighting its newness and its relevance for our world.
Sep 22, 2020
The Church's Best-Kept Secret | with Mark P. Shea
Award-winning writer Mark Shea concisely describes the roots of Catholic Social Teaching in Scripture and Tradition and gives simple, practical examples of how it works in ordinary life. Sketching the meaning of the Dignity of the Human Person, the Common Good, Subsidiarity, and Solidarity, Shea bridges the gulf in our politics and cultural warfare to make the case that Catholic Social Teaching, properly understood, is common sense, as well as the path to living a happier and more just common life for each human person.
Sep 16, 2020
Jimmy Walters: His Vocation and Yours
Dr. James Walters, the author of "Dreams Come True", joins us for a lively discussion about living the vocations God has for each of us.
Sep 2, 2020
Unity is the Gift of Love | with Ryan Nunez
Learn how Ryan Nunez, a Protestant Pastor in Arizona, developed a vision for unity rooted in the way of love--and how an encounter with Pope Francis led him to share this vision with others.
Jul 17, 2020
Dreams Come True with James Walters | ToGetThere Podcast Crossover Episode
Crossover episode in collaboration with ToGetThere Podcast. Chris and Noe (hosts of ToGetThere) interviewed James Walters about his book "Dreams Come True: Discover God's Vision for Your Life." Drawing on two decades of work with young adults, James provides an accessible guide for vocational discernment. You can listen to ToGetThere Podcast on the major podcast platforms and on tgtmediagroup.com To know more about the book Dreams Come True: https://www.newcitypress.com/dreams-come-true.html
Jun 23, 2020
George Floyd and Many More... How Do We Rebuild the Human Family? #DareToCare Special Episode
How are we to see the interplay between racial bias and systemic discrimination? What can we do to overcome obstacles to rebuild the social fabric of our country? What role can our faith communities play in this process? Hosts: Chiara Luce Catipon (Living City Magazine), Greg Metzger (New City Press) Panelists: David Shaheed (judge), Alba Doto (lawyer), Nate Tinner-Williams (theology graduate and blogger) This webinar was co-sponsored by the Institute on Religion, Law and Lawyer's Work at Fordham University.
1 hr 5 min
Jun 11, 2020
What Does the Bible Say About Life and Death? | with John Gillman
A meditative, compelling conversation with professor John Gillman looking at basic human questions in the light of Scripture: How do we live a good life? Is death a friend or a foe? What is a Christian response to contemporary issues around life and death?
May 18, 2020
Olivier Clement and the Heart of Christian Unity | with Fr. Kenneth Tanner
A deep dive into the writings of the late Orthodox theologian Olivier Clement, who in his book "Transfiguring Time" unpacked the riches of the Christian Tradition.
May 11, 2020
A Consistent Life Ethic: What it Is and Why it Matters (4/4) | Crossover Episode
This is the forth of 4 crossover episodes in collaboration with "Thinking Faith" Podcast. Deacon Eric Gurash and Dr. Bret Salkeld interview Dr. Charles Camosy for an extended discussion of the issues raised in his recent book "Resisting throwaway Culture." You can find more information about "Thinking Faith" at thinkingfaith.libsyn.com
1 hr 1 min
May 10, 2020
A Consistent Life Ethic: What it Is and Why it Matters (3/4) | Crossover Episode
This is the third of 4 crossover episodes in collaboration with "Thinking Faith" Podcast. Deacon Eric Gurash and Dr. Bret Salkeld interview Dr. Charles Camosy for an extended discussion of the issues raised in his recent book "Resisting throwaway Culture." You can find more information about "Thinking Faith" at thinkingfaith.libsyn.com
May 9, 2020
A Consistent Life Ethic: What it Is and Why it Matters (2/4) | Crossover Episode
This is the second of 4 crossover episodes in collaboration with "Thinking Faith" Podcast. Deacon Eric Gurash and Dr. Bret Salkeld interview Dr. Charles Camosy for an extended discussion of the issues raised in his recent book "Resisting throwaway Culture." You can find more information about "Thinking Faith" at thinkingfaith.libsyn.com
May 8, 2020
A Consistent Life Ethic: What it Is and Why it Matters (1/4) | Crossover Episode
This is the first of 4 crossover episodes in collaboration with "Thinking Faith" Podcast. Deacon Eric Gurash and Dr. Bret Salkeld interview Dr. Charles Camosy for an extended discussion of the issues raised in his recent book "Resisting throwaway Culture." You can find more information about "Thinking Faith" at thinkingfaith.libsyn.com
May 1, 2020
Jews and Christians: a Dialogue of Life | With Francisco Canzani and Silvina Chemen
Rabbi Silvina Chemen and Francisco Canzani explain how the dialogue between Jews and Christians can become a model for any other form of dialogue in our society. In their research, they have studied the practical tools that make possible a positive encounter between people coming from different backgrounds.
Mar 23, 2020
Family Unity in Times of Crisis | with Claire Frazier-Yzaguirre
We all long to be united as families and marriages, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy to do. In this episode we will talk about practical steps to take on the path to family unity.
Mar 1, 2020
On the Road with St. Augustine | with K. A. James Smith
Does an ancient saint have anything to say to our divided Church? James K. A. Smith, noted Protestant theologian and the award-winning author of "On the Road With Saint Augustine", joins us to explore how reading the works of St. Augustine can inspire us towards deeper unity.
Jan 20, 2020
The power of relational reconciliation | with Joseph Tosini
Joseph Tosini shares how his spiritual journey led him to be a passionate advocate for Christian unity and to create an ecumenical movement that has a special connection with Pope Francis.
Sep 10, 2019
Resisting Throwaway Culture | with Charles Camosy
If you too are growing tired of toxic political debates, it's time for a breath of fresh air. Professor Charles Camosy explains about Consistent Life Ethics and how it can help to unify our polarized culture.
Apr 17, 2019
Religious extremism and spiritual friendship | with David Carlson and Imam Michael Saahir
Can a Muslim and a Christian be truly friends? We want you to meet you two people that have a lot to teach us about spiritual friendship.
Mar 13, 2019
Awakening to our children's future | with Lorna Gold
Why is Lorna going on strike every Friday in front of the Irish Parliament? Join a mother discovering the reality of climate change and how she can protect her children and their world.
Feb 14, 2019
The eternal moment of the now | with Ilia Delio
How does our concept of time effect our life and personal relationships? Scientist and theologian Ilia Delio talks about western civilization, religion and quantic physics in order to show us a way to live more fully our ordinary life. This conversation is based on the book "Transfiguring Time" by Olivier Clément.
Feb 12, 2019
Charles de Foucauld, a universal brother | with Little Sister Kathleen of Jesus
How can we live a contemplative life in the midst of our ordinary busy world? An inspiring, enlightening interview by Claude Blanc with Sister Kathleen about her new book on Charles de Foucauld.
Feb 6, 2019
The Church: What is it? Who is it? | with John H. Armstrong
Can an evangelical minister and a catholic laywoman agree on the meaning of the Church? John H. Armstrong shares his thoughts about "The Church", a book by Chiara Lubich.