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Listen to audio from the Catholic Diocese of Lincoln in Nebraska.

Latest Episodes

Ecumenical Perspective on the Reformation

Chad Steiner and Jack Mousel, both converts to the Catholic faith, offer their unique insights regarding the Catholic Church's call to work toward Christian unity at the 2017-18 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2018 JAN 17
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Ecumenical Perspective on the Reformation

Midnight Mass Homily

Bishop Conley offers his 2017 Midnight Mass Homily.

-1 s2018 JAN 2
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Midnight Mass Homily

St. Joseph the Just Man

This podcast is from Bishop Conley's December Advent retreat at Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House. For all of his retreat conferences see: http://frcoulter.com/goodcounselretreat/mp3s/BishopConley12-15-2017/index.html

-1 s2017 DEC 21
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St. Joseph the Just Man

Apologetic Perspective on the Reformation

Bob Sullivan, offers a helpful perspective on how Catholics can engage our Protestant brothers and sisters in apologetics at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2017 DEC 14
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Apologetic Perspective on the Reformation

Tolkien's Vision of Wonder in a Time of Terror

Dr. Ralph Wood considers the life and writing of the author JRR Tolkien and the deep insights he can offer us at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.

-1 s2017 DEC 2
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Tolkien's Vision of Wonder in a Time of Terror

Dogmatic Perspective on the Reformation

Vern Steiner, considers the Reformation from the lens of doctrines that unite and divide Protestants and Catholics at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2017 NOV 15
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Dogmatic Perspective on the Reformation

Newman's Lessons for the Church of the 3rd Millennium

Bishop Michael Barber considers the thought of Cardinal Newman and the insights we can gain from him for the Church today at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.

-1 s2017 NOV 9
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Newman's Lessons for the Church of the 3rd Millennium

Contemporary Perspective on the Reformation

Bud Marr, the director of the National Institute for Newman Studies, presents a Catholic perspective on the historical, cultural, and theological factors that led to contemporary Protestantism at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2017 OCT 11
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Contemporary Perspective on the Reformation

The Common Good and its Counterfeits

Russell Hittinger investigates the meaning of the Common Good at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.

-1 s2017 SEP 26
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The Common Good and its Counterfeits

Historical Perspective on the Reformation

Msgr. Timothy Thorburn presents a Catholic perspective on the historical events, culture, and politics surrounding the time period of the Protestant reformation at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2017 SEP 13
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Historical Perspective on the Reformation

Latest Episodes

Ecumenical Perspective on the Reformation

Chad Steiner and Jack Mousel, both converts to the Catholic faith, offer their unique insights regarding the Catholic Church's call to work toward Christian unity at the 2017-18 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2018 JAN 17
Comments
Ecumenical Perspective on the Reformation

Midnight Mass Homily

Bishop Conley offers his 2017 Midnight Mass Homily.

-1 s2018 JAN 2
Comments
Midnight Mass Homily

St. Joseph the Just Man

This podcast is from Bishop Conley's December Advent retreat at Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House. For all of his retreat conferences see: http://frcoulter.com/goodcounselretreat/mp3s/BishopConley12-15-2017/index.html

-1 s2017 DEC 21
Comments
St. Joseph the Just Man

Apologetic Perspective on the Reformation

Bob Sullivan, offers a helpful perspective on how Catholics can engage our Protestant brothers and sisters in apologetics at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2017 DEC 14
Comments
Apologetic Perspective on the Reformation

Tolkien's Vision of Wonder in a Time of Terror

Dr. Ralph Wood considers the life and writing of the author JRR Tolkien and the deep insights he can offer us at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.

-1 s2017 DEC 2
Comments
Tolkien's Vision of Wonder in a Time of Terror

Dogmatic Perspective on the Reformation

Vern Steiner, considers the Reformation from the lens of doctrines that unite and divide Protestants and Catholics at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2017 NOV 15
Comments
Dogmatic Perspective on the Reformation

Newman's Lessons for the Church of the 3rd Millennium

Bishop Michael Barber considers the thought of Cardinal Newman and the insights we can gain from him for the Church today at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.

-1 s2017 NOV 9
Comments
Newman's Lessons for the Church of the 3rd Millennium

Contemporary Perspective on the Reformation

Bud Marr, the director of the National Institute for Newman Studies, presents a Catholic perspective on the historical, cultural, and theological factors that led to contemporary Protestantism at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2017 OCT 11
Comments
Contemporary Perspective on the Reformation

The Common Good and its Counterfeits

Russell Hittinger investigates the meaning of the Common Good at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.

-1 s2017 SEP 26
Comments
The Common Good and its Counterfeits

Historical Perspective on the Reformation

Msgr. Timothy Thorburn presents a Catholic perspective on the historical events, culture, and politics surrounding the time period of the Protestant reformation at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.

-1 s2017 SEP 13
Comments
Historical Perspective on the Reformation