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Carlos Whittaker on the Fight Against Racism

Popular Christian speaker and worship leader, Carlos Whittaker discusses his book “Enter Wild: Exchange a Mundane Faith Life for Life Wwith an Uncontainable God and shares how he is working to heal racial injustice in our country.

Katie Prejean McGrady on Catholic Social Teaching and Our Call to Justice

Friend of the show Katie Prejean McGrady discusses the “Ave Explores” series on Catholic Social Teaching and how to better aid in the fight against racism. 

Viewing Ourselves as One Family

Father Dave and Brett discuss the need to view each other as one family in light of the current civil unrest and racial injustices we see in our country.

Father Steven Bell

Father Steven Bell, CSP, shares his journey of faith as a convert to Catholicism, Paulist priest, and member of the Black Catholic community. He shares his perspective on how we can support our Black brothers and sisters in the Church.

What Does the Church Teach About Evolution?

Father Dave answers a question about whether or not the Church supports the theory of evolution, and how evolution could still support the Creation story in Genesis.

What Does It Mean That Mary was Assumed Into Heaven?

Father Dave answers a question about the Assumption of Mary and why we believe she was taken up to heaven at the end of her earthly life.

Fr. Bryan Massingale

Scholar-Activist Father Bryan Massingale discusses racism in America and how we can educate ourselves.

Giving Your Yes to God: A Conversation on Discernment

Father Dave discusses how he ended up running Busted Halo, and reflects on the discernment process and being able to give your “yes” to God.

Celebrating Father Dave's 20th Anniversary of Ordination

Highlights from Father Dave's 20th anniversary of ordination to the priesthood, featuring friends of the show Lino Rulli, Kathryn Whitaker, and more!

Receiving Communion on the Hand

A listener asks if receiving Communion on the hand is a sacrilege. Father Dave explains that the Church allows reception of Communion on the hand, therefore it is not a sacrilege. He provides history and context for why we're welcome to receive the Eucharist in the mouth or on the hand.