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Dying to live a new life in Christ
Seminarian Jacob Sanz shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how the Gospel parable of the barren fig tree reminds us to embrace dying to ourselves, so that we can live in a new way.
The road to glory leads through the cross, and it’s always worth the pain
Seminarian Max McGallagher shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how the Transfiguration of Christ reminds us to look beyond present sorrow and affliction, and see an eternity filled with joy.
‘Ukraine is fighting for all of us,’ says Lithuanian journalist
Catholic writer Toma Bruzaite, based in Vilnius, shared with Inside CatholicPhilly.com why Ukraine's defense of its sovereignty is a battle for freedom itself.
Mary Rice Hasson on transgenderism and truth
The founder of the Person and Identity Project shared with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how the transgender phenomenon looks through the prism of Catholic teaching on human sexuality.
Temptations in the desert, expectations in the wilderness
Brendan Zehner, a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how Christ understands our worst struggles, and our deepest selves.
Going to a wedding, and a miracle
Author and speaker Gary Zimak looks at the readings for this Sunday's Mass, and considers Jesus' first public miracle in the wedding at Cana.
Christmas and the Holy Family: perfect together
Author and speaker Gary Zimak looks at the Gospel readings for Christmas Day and the Feast of the Holy Family, revealing the important message that ties both of these celebrations together.
Scripture reflections with Father LoJacono
Join Incarnate Word Father Joseph LoJacono as he explores the readings of the Mass for the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time.
Is Christ your King?
As the liturgical year draws to a close, author and speaker Gary Zimak reflects on the Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe.
The value of poverty
The wisdom of the world says that poverty is a bad thing, but Jesus has something different to say. Tune in to the podcast of author and speaker Gary Zimak reflecting on this Sunday's Mass.