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July 15, 2020 - Consecrated Life
17th July 2020 • Truth in Charity • Spoke Street
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On this episode, Bishop and Kyle talk about an important but sometimes overlooked vocation…those who live a life of consecration to God. What are the different forms of this vocation? How do they work? Hear Bishop explain and give examples from right here in our Diocese. Then…is it ever appropriate for a priest or deacon to address current events in a homily? And the show wraps up with Bishop answering listener-submitted questions on why the Eucharist has to be unleavened bread and more. Listener-submitted questions: Why does the Eucharist have to be unleavened bread? Why wine and not grape juice or orange juice? What are the pros and cons of having a hyphenated diocese? Why not just one Cathedral? How does Bishop determine when and how he will release a statement? I hear people talking about scrupulosity. What does it mean to be religiously scrupulous and is it a good thing or bad? ------ Truth in Charity is brought to you in part by Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. ------ Live: www.redeemerradio.com Follow us on social media: www.Facebook.com/RedeemerRadio www.Twitter.com/RedeemerRadio www.Instagram.com/Instagram Submit your question(s): Call / Text (Holy Cross College text line) - 260-436-9598 Online - www.RedeemerRadio.com/AskBishop E-mail - AskBishop@RedeemerRadio.com Subscribe to the Podcast: iTunes | Google Play | SoundCloud | RSS