Showing posts from April, 2020

Beneath the Surface - Only Begotten Son

Go beneath the surface with Paul and the astute Fr. Tony Blount on the meaning of line of the Creed "The only begotten Son of God, born of the Father before all ages"

Beneath the Surface - In One God

#2 in our series The Creed: Beneath the Surface Episode 2: (i believe)  IN ONE GOD

Beneath the Surface - I Believe

Join Paul Murano in this  first episode  of a new Bts series on The Creed, called,  The Creed: Beneath the Surface Here we begin with Paul and his guest Bob Leblanc delving beneath the surface on the first two words of the Nicene Creed:  I believe Some of the questions tackled: What the difference between belief and faith? Belief and knowledge? Can you believe and still not accept? When is belief salvific?

Beneath the Surface - Incarnation

On the Solemnity of the Annunciation, Paul and Kent discuss one of the three greatest moments in the history of the universe: the Incarnation.

Beneath the Surface - Lead Us Not Into Temptation

Lent is a time to meditate on how best to overcome temptation. Christ was tempted in the desert in his 40 day journey, and we are tempted every day in some form or another. Jesus taught His disciples to pray that the Father 'lead us not into temptation'. What does He mean? Let's go beneath the surface.

Beneath the Surface - Meaning of Life

Tonight we go BTS with my guest John Tuturice on perhaps the biggest question of there is: What is the meaning of life?

Beneath the Surface - What Is Truth?

Jesus said to Pilate, " For this I was born, and for this I have come into the world, to testify to the truth. Every one who is of the truth hears my voice"  (Jn 18:37).  Join Paul and his guest John Tuturice as they go beneath the surface on Pontius Pilate's three-word response: "What is Truth?"

Beneath the Surface - Palm Sunday and Holy Week

A review of Holy Week with guest Bob Leblanc

Beneath the Surface - One Lord Jesus Christ

#5 in a series on The Creed: Beneath the Surface.  This show we focus on the second Person of God, and break down the words Lord, Jesus, and Christ.