During the vicars' summer break, Bishop Daly is inviting guests on the show to discuss important matters in the life of the church. This episode Bishop Daly welcomes Dr. Doug Kries of Gonzaga Univerity's Philosophy Department. 

Dr. Kries is the author of several books the most recent he co-authored with a fellow Gonzaga professor, Brian Clayton, entitled Two Wing: Integrating Faith and Reason. 

https://www.amazon.com/Two-Wings-Integrating-Faith-Reason/dp/1621641953/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1536361477&sr=8-1&keywords=two+wings

Also discussed in an upcoming lecture series with Archbishop Charles J Chaput and Robert Royal on the 20th Anniversary of the publication of the papal encyclical Fides Et Ratio. More information can be found here: 

https://www.gonzaga.edu/news-events/events/2018/9/13/faith-and-reason-institute-lectures-robert-royal

https://www.gonzaga.edu/news-events/events/2018/9/14/faith-and-reason-institute-lecture-archbishop-charles-j-caput 

For more on Dr. Douglas Kries visit his website: www.douglaskries.com 

 

 

Join Bishop Thomas Daly, Fr. Darrin Connall (Vicar General), Fr. Brian Mee (Vicar for Finance), and Fr. Pat Kerst (Vicar for Priests) as they talk about faith, life, and challenging issues of the day; always keeping in mind the joy our faith inspires. 

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During the vicars' summer break, Bishop Daly is inviting guests on the show to discuss important matters in the life of the church. This episode Bishop Daly, with the help of guest co-host Hilary Hammett, sits down again with an old friend from San Jose, Father Gary Thomas.

Fr. Thomas is a priest of the diocese of San Jose, as well as the exorcist for the Diocese of San Jose. He consults with other dioceses on the topic of exorcism and received his training as an exorcist in Rome. While in Rome studying Fr. Thomas met a journalist, Matt Baglio, who asked Fr. Thomas if he could write a book about his training as an exorcist. That book, The Rite: Making of a Modern Exorcist, was later adapted into a movie, The Rite, starring Anthony Hopkins.

Fr. Thomas also appeared on two episodes of the Bishop and the Vicars in the summer of 2017 to speak about exorcism and its role in the church. 

https://diocesespokane.podbean.com/e/season-1-ep-11-exorcism-what-does-the-church-teach-an-interview-with-fr-gary-thomas-part-1/

https://diocesespokane.podbean.com/e/season-1-ep-11-part-2-%E2%80%94-exorcism-what-does-the-church-teach-an-interview-with-fr-gary-thomas/ 

Father Gary Thomas has spoken on Exorcism, Deliverance, and the Healing Ministry of Christ to many audiences, a few excellent videos can be found below. 

Fighting Temptation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJxfeEUfVK4

Talk at Colorado State University on Exorcism: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIKxf-RYzP0 

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This week 'Bishop and the Vicars' is without the Vicars; instead, Bishop Daly speaks with a panel of guests, Hillary Hammett, Stephanie Hammett, Charlotte Oliva, Laura Oliva and Sister Mary Eucharista, SMMC, about the #MeToo movement, the role of women in society and the church, and the importance of complementarity between men and women. 

Join Bishop Thomas Daly, Fr. Darrin Connall (Vicar General), Fr. Brian Mee (Vicar for Finance), and Fr. Pat Kerst (Vicar for Priests) as they talk about faith, life, and challenging issues of the day; always keeping in mind the joy our faith inspires. 

Also heard on AM 970 & FM 106.1 Sacred Heart Radio.

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This week 'Bishop and the Vicars' is without the Vicars; instead, Bishop Daly spoke with Fr. Daniel Barnett, vocations director of the Diocese of Spokane, about discerning a vocation and supporting young people who are discerning where God may be calling them. 

Join Bishop Thomas Daly, Fr. Darrin Connall (Vicar General), Fr. Brian Mee (Vicar for Finance), and Fr. Pat Kerst (Vicar for Priests) as they talk about faith, life, and challenging issues of the day; always keeping in mind the joy our faith inspires. 

Also heard on AM 970 & FM 106.1 Sacred Heart Radio.

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This week Bishop and Vicars take a look at the Crusades. Often the Crusades are seen as a war of imperialism, but historical research shows us otherwise. Bishop and the Vicars discuss why the crusades were called, why people went on a crusade and why it matters to us in the 21st century.

Join Bishop Thomas Daly, Fr. Darrin Connall (Vicar General), Fr. Brian Mee (Vicar for Finance), and Fr. Pat Kerst (Vicar for Priests) as they talk about faith, life, and challenging issues of the day; always keeping in mind the joy our faith inspires. 

Also heard on AM 970 & FM 106.1 Sacred Heart Radio.

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This week on the Bishop and Vicars, the idea of virtue and men's spirituality is on the table. From calls for a "new knighthood of holy virtue" at the recent Pheonix, Arizona men's conference, to the rise in popularity of Jordan Peterson the question of what it means to be a man in the 21st century is a pressing topic. Bishop and the Vicars take up the idea of how, as Catholic Christian men, we could and should pursue a life of Christian virtue and holiness.

Join Bishop Thomas Daly, Fr. Darrin Connall (Vicar General), Fr. Brian Mee (Vicar for Finance), and Fr. Pat Kerst (Vicar for Priests) as they talk about faith, life, and challenging issues of the day; always keeping in mind the joy our faith inspires. 

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Archbishop Chaput speaks to Pheonix Men's conference on Knighthood and Virtue

http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/archbishop-chaput-encourages-new-knighthood-of-holy-virtue

Matthew Smitz from First Things Magazine on "Jordan Peterson, Unlikely Guru"

https://www.firstthings.com/article/2018/04/jordan-peterson-unlikely-guru 

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This episode Bishop Daly welcomes back to the show local author Marja Henderson. Marja has recently published a book entitled Long Shall You Live

 "Long Shall You Live is a memoir following the lives of a young couple, Mienus and Suze, during the Nazi occupation of Holland during WWII. It traces Mienus’ involvement in the Dutch resistance in Vlaardingen and Rotterdam as a young patriot, and his subsequent struggle to survive the horrors of Buchenwald concentration camp. This story shares the love and the faith of these first-generation survivors following their liberation, and the challenges they faced immigrating to the United States. The book continues with the personal story of the author’s life as a second-generation survivor, and the fulfillment of the commitment she made to her parents “never to forget and never let it happen again.'"

-- From longshallyoulive.com

Long Shall you Live is also available on Amazon. 

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This week on the Bishop and Vicars, the idea of human dignity is our topic of discussion. In our society today our understanding of anthropology has been increasingly unmoored from objective standards. The human person is whatever he or she wants to be. As Father Connall pointed out in our last episode the quote from Supreme Court's 1993 decision in Planned Parenthood vs. Casey "At the heart of liberty is the right to define one's own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life," is a sort of modern "non serviam." The defiant cry of Satan to God, "I will not serve." Opposed to this relativistic understanding of the human person is the Catholic concept of human dignity. In light of so many school shootings and the increasing division in our own society we need the revolutionary understanding of the human person that is brought to light by the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

 

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Below are some of the mentioned articles and St. John Paul's encyclical, Evangelium Vitae. 

 

Peggy Noonan's Wall Stree Journal Article

https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-parkland-massacre-and-the-air-we-breathe-1518739880

 

Archbishop Chaput's Lecture from Villanova 

http://www.catholicworldreport.com/2018/02/22/things-to-come-faith-state-and-society-in-a-new-world/

 

St. John Paul the Great's Evangelium Vitae (The Gospel of Life)

http://w2.vatican.va/content/john-paul-ii/en/encyclicals/documents/hf_jp-ii_enc_25031995_evangelium-vitae.html

 

 

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"Fairy tales do not tell children that dragons exist. Children already know that dragons exist. Fairy tales tell children that dragons can be killed." G.K. Chesterton

This episode the Bishop and the Vicars wade into the vast world of Catholic literature. They share some of their favorite authors and books, touching on classics like Dante and Chesterton and looking to some contemporary authors. 

Join Bishop Thomas Daly, Fr. Darrin Connall (Vicar General), Fr. Brian Mee (Vicar for Finance), and Fr. Pat Kerst (Vicar for Priests) as they talk about faith, life, and challenging issues of the day; always keeping in mind the joy our faith inspires. 

Also heard on AM 970 & FM 106.1 Sacred Heart Radio.

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Its a contest of Hallmark vs the Church this Ash Wednesday, as Valentine's Day falls on Ash Wednesday. As the Bishop and the Vicars note Ash Wednesday is in many ways a celebration of love and forgiveness. We can turn towards one another and offer both contrition and forgiveness in this Lenten season. While we must abstain from meat and fast this February 14th; Ash Wednesday and the love we celebrate on Valentines are not opposed. Ash Wednesday and Lent invites us to go deeper into the meaning of love; to the eternal Love of God, and to the Ressurection of Christ at Easter. 

Join Bishop Thomas Daly, Fr. Darrin Connall (Vicar General), Fr. Brian Mee (Vicar for Finance), and Fr. Pat Kerst (Vicar for Priests) as they talk about faith, life, and challenging issues of the day; always keeping in mind the joy our faith inspires. 

Also heard on AM 970 & FM 106.1 Sacred Heart Radio.

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