Listen to audio from the Catholic Diocese of Lincoln in Nebraska.
Dr. Matthew Ramage of Benedictine College delivers his Reborn in Wonder Lecture on the relationship of Catholicism to other religions.
Matt Simmons, Director of the Office of Evangelization and Spiritual Formation, reflects on Romans 8, 'So that you might have ABUNDANT LIFE', Nov. 18, 2020
Join Matt Simmons, Director of the Office of Evangelization and Spiritual Formation, So that you might have ABUNDANT LIFE Oct. 28, 2020
So that you might have ABUNDANT LIFE - Join Matt Simmons, Director of the Office of Evangelization and Spiritual Formation, Oct. 7, 2020
Fr. Kilcawley, Matt Simmons, Jeff Schinstock, and Fr. Heaslip discuss ministry at John XXIII amid COVID-19 crisis.
Drs. Jonathan and Alex Marcotte present on improving emotional intimacy in marriage at the Love and Responsibility lecture series.
Anna Halpine presents on "Building a Civilization of Love: The Work of the World Youth Alliance" at the 2019 Newman Institute
Fr. Kilcawley presents an overview of St. John Paul II's teachings on human sexuality and relationships at the Love and Responsibility lecture series.
Fr. Nicholas Rouch presents on "Newman's model for Defending the Church Today" at the 2019 Newman Institute.
Bishop Conley offers his homily at the 2019 Ordination of Priests
Fr. Kilcawley presents on "Relationship, Transparency and Obedience" at the 2018-19 Catholic Coffee House
Dr. David Whalen presents "Conscious Communion: Newman, Literature and Defense of Dialogue" at the 2018 Newman Institute
Dr. Maria Fedoryka presents "Motherhood: Co-Creation with God" at the 2018 Newman Institute.
Bishop Wall presents "Humanae Vitae and the Wisdom of Pope Paul VI" at the 2018 Newman Institute.
Mike Aquilinia presents "One Flesh of Purest Gold: St. John Chrysostom and the Mysteries of Marriage" at the 2018 Newman Institute.
Chad Steiner and Jack Mousel, both converts to the Catholic faith, offer their unique insights regarding the Catholic Church's call to work toward Christian unity at the 2017-18 Catholic Coffee House.
Bishop Conley offers his 2017 Midnight Mass Homily.
This podcast is from Bishop Conley's December Advent retreat at Our Lady of Good Counsel Retreat House. For all of his retreat conferences see: http://frcoulter.com/goodcounselretreat/mp3s/BishopConley12-15-2017/index.html
Bob Sullivan, offers a helpful perspective on how Catholics can engage our Protestant brothers and sisters in apologetics at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.
Dr. Ralph Wood considers the life and writing of the author JRR Tolkien and the deep insights he can offer us at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.
Vern Steiner, considers the Reformation from the lens of doctrines that unite and divide Protestants and Catholics at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.
Bishop Michael Barber considers the thought of Cardinal Newman and the insights we can gain from him for the Church today at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.
Bud Marr, the director of the National Institute for Newman Studies, presents a Catholic perspective on the historical, cultural, and theological factors that led to contemporary Protestantism at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.
Russell Hittinger investigates the meaning of the Common Good at the Newman Institute Lecture Series.
Msgr. Timothy Thorburn presents a Catholic perspective on the historical events, culture, and politics surrounding the time period of the Protestant reformation at the 2017 Catholic Coffee House.
Discusses methods for reaching the minds and hearts of young people today.
A pastoral letter on adoration of the Most Holy Eucharist
Dr. Benes shares her story and experience of coming to a Catholic perspective in psychology and offers a foundational understanding of the human person.
Joe reflects on God's blessings in farming, his own growth and trials in faith, and his work in St. Paul Street Evangelization.
Bruce looks at what scripture, church documents, and the saints say about our call to holiness and then shares his own moving story of conversion in the medical field.
Focuses on the revelation of God's plan for marriage and considers the basics of sexual morality
Blance discusses St. Ignatius of Loyola's 14 rules on the discernment of Spirits and their importance for the path of holiness.
JD offers inspiring stories at the 2017 Lenten Series from the lives of lay Catholics who lived out the universal call to holiness and mission.
Presents Sherry Weddell's insights regarding charisms and how one knows which ones he or she has.
Lori shares her personal journey of humility, healing and the hope the Holy Spirit provides. Talks about how the Unbound ministry was central in this journey.
Reflects on our mysterious and important relationship with the Holy Spirit and how it unfolds in our real life.
Looks at how it is we come to know God and what it means to live in relationship with Him.
Reflects on the discernment of Spirits and the rejection of that which is not from God.
Considers the Fortitude as a one of the seven gifts of the Holy Spirit and underscores its relationship to redemptive suffering.
Highlights the historical locations of the Mysteries of the Rosary in the Holy Land at the 2016-17 Catholic Coffee House.
With examples, stories, and the insights of John Henry Newman, Bishop James Conley discusses the meaning of being a pilgrim on a journey toward our heavenly homeland.
George Weigle discusses the overarching principles of a liberal education and how they greatly contribute to the future of America's democracy
Sr. Kathleen Dietz discusses the thought of Cardinal John Henry Newman on The Idea of a University at the Newman Institute for Catholic Thought and Culture.
Jeff Schinstock, the director of Youth Ministry, reflects on the meaning of pilgrimage and shares the experience of World Youth Day in Poland.
Reflections on the Vatican II declaration on Christian Education, Gravissimum Educationis.
Introduces the purpose of the Christ Our Teacher Podcast series. Focuses on the centrality of Christ for the life and teachings of all who pass on the Catholic Faith.
Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman described friendship as "a school of Christian mercy." Bishop Conley will discuss the importance of developing friendship among faculties and among students. He will highlight the importance of friendship during the Jubilee Year of Mercy.
Suffering is a universal reality among human beings. What we do with suffering reveals how we see the world and ourselves, and in Whom we place our trust. Suffering is an essential reality in the work of evangelization.