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Stuck in the Cry Room
Jo Holt & John Cox
Even though we follow what the world tells to do, in order to have happy families, we still end up stuck in our very own cry room of frustration, fear and anxiety. So what’s the solution? Listen and find out!
3 days ago
A valid question most of us ponder is how do we get more youth involved in the Church? Father CJ returns and shares insightful considerations to help us create a more relational environment. He explains his perspective that many treat our faith like a business - something to be sold to others as a good, rather than an encounter to share. Listen in and be a part of our discussion!
Jun 23, 2020
WHOA WHOA WHOA
As a parent have you ever made a quick decision, and then a few minutes or HOURS later you realized “whoa, whoa, whoa, what did I just do?” Jo and John discuss how the virtue of prudence can help us to make good decisions, and how fear can camouflage itself much differently.
Jun 16, 2020
Do You Trust Me?
A fun and candid conversation with newly ordained priest, Father CJ Mast. From mountain accident to homily development, Jo and John uncover his journey and plans for his first year as a priest.
Jun 9, 2020
Responding to Injustice
In some way or another, we’ve all been affected by the recent injustice of George Floyd. We are conflicted with our response. Jo and John have a conversation with Deacon Dave Simonton to unpack Catholic teaching and our response to the issue.
Jun 2, 2020
Jo and John interview John Overby, a recent convert to Catholicism. We hear about his journey, and how looking back it appears that God was leading him back home.
May 26, 2020
It’s the Easter season, and many of us are still waiting to receive Jesus. Jo and John discuss this longing and offer parallels to the journey of the disciples.
May 19, 2020
Lawn Boy with Msgr. Tom Fryar
Jo and John sit down with Monsignor Tom Fryar, pastor of St. Thomas More, to discuss his role as a spiritual father, and how he started his first job as a lawn boy.
May 12, 2020
Mothering with Mandy Cox
Jo and special guest, Mandy Cox, celebrate motherhood, and share the gift of grace that made all the difference.
May 5, 2020
Jo and John discuss how Zoom has impacted them and their families over the past several weeks. They get vulnerable and share their personal discoveries and the opportunities for improvement.
Apr 28, 2020
Fighting the Sloth
Many of us are too busy and constantly distracted, and sometimes we are left with despair. We multitask, work excessive hours, and at the end of the day we are still left with a lack of accomplishment. What we may be fighting is the sloth. Listen in as we unpack acedia, how to identify it, and how we can overcome it.
Apr 21, 2020
Acts of mercy allow us to show others how much we love them, as well as to embrace God's infinite love for us. John and Jo discuss how suffering and sacrifice are connected to mercy, and how the Sacrament of Reconciliation can help you experience the power of love.
Apr 14, 2020
There's Still Hope
It's springtime and many of us are sprucing up our yards and homes, but it is also a time for renewal of our souls. We are talking about love and hope, and how you can find that in Christ and the Resurrection.
Apr 9, 2020
The Triduum with Mary
It’s Holy Week! Explore the Triduum through the eyes of Mary.
Apr 7, 2020
The Lord's Day
Why do we attend Mass on Sunday? How do we celebrate the Lord’s Day? Jo and John will tackle this issue, and how to model it in the home for your family.
Apr 2, 2020
Dinner is Served
The dinner table is a place of community for the family and can help us practice hospitality and service. Let’s encourage ourselves, family and friends, to bring it back as an essential element of our life as a family!
Mar 31, 2020
Now that we have established clear expectations in the home, let’s turn our attention towards chores and distributing responsibility in the home. The virtue of charity will be an important ingredient for success.
Mar 27, 2020
First Week of School
No, it’s not August. We’re talking about the first week of homeschooling during the pandemic. New routines, new expectations, new framework, and new frustrations!
Mar 18, 2020
In our first episode, we will discuss the current challenges with Coronavirus, as well as the support we can receive from St. Joseph.