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Pull up a chair in the living room. The dishes are done, and nobody had too many cocktails (yet). Let's talk about life, the Catholic faith, history, and just about anything else. Your host, John B. Manos, interviews guests on topics, has regular show guests, and an occasional news update.
||CleanHow churches, hymns, and liars lie today – BFP 004||In this episode of the Bellarmine Forum podcast, John B. Manos discusses with you the two standards in today’s context: On one side, God is a Person (the Triune Person) – a living person who has thoughts, loves you, and became man. On the other side,||8/8/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBFP 003: Landon DePasquale on his conversion, Mary, and the Shimabara Rebellion||Landon DePasquale and Manos sit down to talk about his trip to the Catholic church from low church evangelical roots. Manos discovers that he stammers in these podcasts, but gets awestruck as they discuss how the Blessed Mother has a military plan that.||7/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBFP 002: Fr. Anthony Mary OFM Conv talks about Kolbe, Rattisbonne’s conversion, Chicago, and Our Lady||In this second episode of our re-launched Bellarmine Forum podcast, Manos sits down with Friar Anthony Mary, a conventual Franciscan in Chicago. They talk about St. Maximilian Kolbe in 1917, and events in Italy where Masons marched onto the Vatican sin...||7/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBFP 001: DeJak and Manos talk about Church, Wanderer, and old guys with polyester ties||If you found this post, then you are a little early because this post is part of the re-launched Bellarmine Forum podcast. This episode is one of the three for the re-launch of the podcast. (Thank you for the Hail Mary prayers… we’re on iTunes!||7/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
It's nice to hear the faith talked about like regular people.
Good talks about Catholic faith
Very good, clear discussions on important considerations for reverence for Christ present in the Sacrament.