November 19th, 2018 | Season 4 | 43 mins 23 secs
catholic, doctors of the church, feminine genius, fr. josh johnson, masculinity, restoration
In today’s episode of the Abiding Together Podcast, we interview the wonderful Fr. Josh Johnson! Fr. Josh shares with us his insights about how the feminine genius complimenting masculinity is meant to restore the Church. He shares about his personal encounters with Christ in the deepest places of his wounds and how that changed his life and shaped his ministry. We also talk about how all of this impacts the current scandals in the Church and our response to our own sin, hiding, and pursuit of personal holiness.
November 5th, 2018 | Season 4 | 44 mins 33 secs
abiding together, doctors of the church, st. teresa of avila, women doctors of the church
Today’s episode is Part 3 of our series on the women doctors of the Church, on the life of St. Teresa of Avila. We talk about the great gift of her spiritual writings, her humor, her practical wisdom and her reforming spirit. We talk about growing in self awareness and how we can move through spiritual pitfalls.
October 29th, 2018 | Season 4 | 43 mins 20 secs
abiding together, catholic, doctors of the church, self doubt, st. hildegard of bingen, weakness, women doctors
Today’s episode we dive into the life of St. Hildegard of Bingen, part 2 of our series on the women doctors of the Church. We talk about how amazing this woman was, her many talents and how she used the power of her voice and influence to help restore the Church. We also discuss places that we have lost our voice, the trap of self doubt, and letting God be strong in our weakness.
October 22nd, 2018 | Season 4 | 47 mins 21 secs
doctors of the church, st. catherine of siena
Today we begin our 5 part series on the women Doctors of the Church by first exploring the life of St. Catherine of Siena. St. Catherine was a preacher, influencer, writer, miracle worker, and mystic. In this episode, we chat about Catherine’s example of intimacy with God, her fiery heart and voice of conviction, how her hidden life fueled her passion for the Church and restoration, and how we can follow her example in specific ways.