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Familia – Episode 15

The Familia Podcast

This month’s edition of Familia features part one of a special two part interview with Dr. Gerard O’Shea. Gerard is the principal of a Catholic primary school in Melbourne as well as being a Ph.D. He recently visited New Zealand to talk about the challenges of being a Catholic parent, and to explain the new sexuality education program, based on Catholic teaching, which has implemented in his school with great success.

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Station XV – Episode 27 – Cathanglicans and Destiny

The 15th Station podcast

In this episode we talk about Anglicans coming home, Destiny and Tamaki’s “spiritual sons”, a record intake at our seminary here in New Zealand, and whether selling the Vatican would solve world hunger…or would just be a stupid idea! Plus we preview the new album by The Priests. You can catch the video stream up at www.ustream.tv/the15thstation, and you can find us on Twitter at twitter.com/station15, and on Facebook at facebook.com/station15.

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Catechiwi – with a Vatican official

The Catechiwi Podcast

When Christ walked the earth, it was his wish that the Church should be “one”. However, over the past 2000 years, the Church has had major splits and minor splits, leading to countless Christian churches around the world. Since the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Church has been trying to restore unity with other Christians. In this month’s episode of Catechiwi, Gavin Abraham interviews Msgr Juan Usma Gomez, a native of Colombia and now an official with the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. Msgr Usma Gomez talks about the successes of the ecumenical movement, looks at the “state of play” at the moment and touches on the recent Vatican announcement on welcoming Anglicans into the Church.

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Familia — Episode 14

The Familia Podcast

This month we take a break from our usual programing schedule to bring you a special presentation on euthanasia that was given by Brendan Malone last month in Auckland. The talk, entitled “Euthanasia and Human Dignity”, examines the recent cultural trend towards embracing euthanasia and it explores some of the philosophical errors underpinning this trend, and some good reasons why legalising euthanasia is a very dangerous thing for a society to do.

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Station XV, Episode 26 — Saints, Samoa and Southland

The 15th Station podcast

The 15th Station welcomes a couple of new panelists on this month’s show as we discuss the Church’s newest saints, the deadly tsunami in the Pacific and officials telling Catholics not to get pregnant. Those stories, and much more, on this month’s episode, including the latest “apparition” of Our Lady. Is this the Virgin Mary — http://www.virginmarysamoa.com/VM3.jpg? Or is it a Coke bottle? You decide…

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Catechiwi — with Bishop Patrick Dunn

The Catechiwi Podcast

Catechiwi welcomes a very special guest for our October programme with Bishop Patrick Dunn of Auckland making his first “appearance” on the show. Gavin Abraham speaks to Bishop Dunn about evangelisation. It’s been around since Jesus sent the disciples out two by two, but it’s still the major mission of the Church. How can Catholics help evangelise in the 21st century? What is the “new evangelisation” Pope John Paul II talked about? Listen for answers to those questions and many more.

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Familia – Episode 13

The Familia Podcast

In this latest edition of Familia we explore the following questions:
– Can you offer some practical tips for raising medium to large families?
– If a person from a different denomination gets married and divorces due to his/her spouse cheating on them, and then later they become Catholic; Can that person later on get married again in the Catholic church and do they need to get an annulment?
– Are pro-lifers just unrealistic idealists who promote ideas that just don’t work in the real world?
– What exactly does chastity mean?

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Station XV – Episode 25 – Tonight, on a very special Station 15…

The 15th Station podcast

What a show! Tonight we have Father Roderick from SQPN.com, down here on his New Zealand adventure!  He joins a very full Rendition Studios as we talk about his travels here and in Australia, the lifting of the swine flu restrictions, the rolling back (or not) of Vatican II, death threats and the former Archbishop of Zimbabwe, and the banning of trousers as a way to remind people of the importance of Sundays?!? Check us out on Facebook or on Twitter (twitter.com/station15)

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Catechiwi — The Theology of Suffering

The Catechiwi Podcast

In this latest episode of Catechiwi, Gavin Abraham interviews Dutch priest Fr Roderick Vonhogen — currently visiting Australia and New Zealand — on another fundamental question of the Faith. Fr Roderick answers the question “Why did Jesus have to suffer?”

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Familia – Episode 12

The Familia Podcast

In this month’s edition of the Familia Podcast we explore the following questions: what can we do to avoid pornography, if you are a Catholic, is it ok to circumcise your male children, if a Catholic marries a non-Catholic or non-Christian is their marriage a sacrament, does pre-marital sex change the sacramental nature of marriage, what can a solo mum do to relate Catholic sexual teachings as well as general things guys should know regarding sexuality to teenage sons?

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The 15th Station is our active monthly news podcast.  We get a panel of Kiwi Catholics together to provide a Catholic perspective on the news and current events of the month.
 
Catechiwi is our archived catechesis podcast where we get a guest theologian from around the country or the world to speak on an aspect of the Catholic Faith.
Ignition leverages our partnerships with organisations like Hearts Aflame to provide a back catalogue of amazing lectures and talks from international speakers.  We divide these talks up into multi-part podcasts.
 
15 Minutes With The Bishop is a series of interviews with Bishop Patrick Dunn, DD, the Catholic Bishop of Auckland, New Zealand.
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