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“Road from Emmaus” – What Pope Francis Said

In the last couple weeks, Pope Francis made a few headlines as he talked about civil unions. A lot was said about whether or not the Church had changed her position on same-sex marriage as Catholics and non-Catholics had all kinds of reactions. What exactly did Pope Francis mean when he talked about "civil unions" and a "right to a family" for our homosexual brothers and sisters? What exactly does the Church teach on homosexuality? And how do we navigate these kinds of conversations? Andrew and Jason share about how they unpacked these questions to get some clarity for themselves. -- Articles referenced: Catholic News Agency article (https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/what-did-pope-francis-say-about-civil-unions-a-cna-explainer-57625) Patheos article by Fr. Matthew Schneider, LC (https://www.patheos.com/blogs/throughcatholiclenses/2020/10/pope-franciss-words-on-civil-unions-distorted-by-editing/)
日期: 2021 - 1 - 8


 
聖安德烈修士:扭轉悲劇人生

滿地可的聖若瑟大殿是全加拿大最大的聖堂,也是全世界以聖若瑟為主保的聖堂中最大的。聖安德烈修士一生推動對聖若瑟的敬禮,因為他自己正正是倚靠聖若瑟的代禱而找到力量跨過生命的難關。
日期: 2021 - 1 - 2


 
“Road from Emmaus” – Dry

Andrew and Jason share about the last few weeks and how they've been hit by a bit of spiritual dryness. They talk about what consolation and desolation is, and touch on how to navigate them using the rules of discernment. Jason also talks about... becoming a teacher? Homily referenced by Andrew: http://thejustmeasure.ca/2020/07/12/three-ways-to-receive-blessings/
日期: 2021 - 1 - 7


 
“Road from Emmaus” – Worldly Attachment

Sometimes it's easy to fall into the trap of becoming too attached to the things of this world. That might be material possessions like a TV, or it could be your professional career. It could even be the relationships that you have with your loved ones. On this episode, Andrew and Jason talk about how being called to a relationship with Christ means that all these worldly attachments fall away--not because we're forced to give them up, but because we see that there's nothing better to cling onto than Jesus Himself.
日期: 2021 - 1 - 6


 
“Road from Emmaus” – Recapping GT20: How It All Worked Out

Andrew and Jason spend this episode talking about this year's GT, an annual Labour Day Weekend retreat that has been going on since 1977. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the retreat was held online for the first time in its 43-year history. Andrew and Jason share about their weekend experience, and about the lessons learned over their years of attending the retreat. In the end, things always work out--according to God's plan!
日期: 2021 - 1 - 5


 
“Road from Emmaus” – Math, Marriage, and Discipleship

On this episode, Andrew and Jason talk about the importance of the Sacrament of Marriage within the Catholic Church, and tackle a couple common questions about the Church's teachings on what marriage is about. Then they zoom out a bit and talk about discipleship, and how that often means giving up the things that we want to do for ourselves. Also, Andrew can't do basic addition while the cat wreaks havoc on the camera.
日期: 2021 - 1 - 4


 
“Road from Emmaus” – BE A PRIEST! (Is this the only way to love God?)

Andrew and Jason break some exciting news to kick off their first episode! They talk about vocations, discernment, and how they've tried to pursue the calling that God has set out for each of them.
日期: 2021 - 1 - 2


 
“Road from Emmaus” – We’re trying to do a thing

Andrew Chau and Jason Lo introduce their podcast, Road from Emmaus. They talk about why they've decided to start a podcast about their Catholic faith journeys, what the podcast will sound like, and the structure it will follow--the tripod method. Please keep them in your prayers, and they hope you'll come along for the ride!
日期: 2020 - 12 - 31


 
多明尼加共和國之旅(4):居者有其屋

在不少大城市,房地產價格大幅攀升,打工一族難以置業,是令人關注的問題。而多明尼加共和國的貧苦大眾面對的住屋問題更是迫在尾睫。《愛●常傳》帶大家看看當地的撒瑪黎亞基金會怎樣為貧窮人提供家園。
日期: 2020 - 11 - 28


 
多明尼加共和國之旅(3):生命守護者

曾有名人說過:「要判斷一個國家的質素,就要看那裡的弱勢社群得到怎樣的對待。」在多明尼加共和國,人民的生活條件普遍欠佳,而處於弱勢的一群,生活就更加艱難。《愛●常傳》帶大家認識幾位長期留在那裡服務弱勢社群的有心人。
日期: 2020 - 11 - 21


 
多明尼加共和國之旅(2):近距離看貧窮

大多數人到加勒比海一帶渡假,都只會享受陽光與海灘,未必看到渡假區外,本地居民的生活情況。一班多倫多聖若瑟勞工主保堂扶貧傳教之旅的團友,有機會看看多明尼加共和國貧苦大眾的生活。這些所見所聞為他們帶來什麼反思?
日期: 2020 - 11 - 14


 
多明尼加共和國之旅(1):扶貧假期

多倫多的聖若瑟勞工主保堂發起多明尼加共和國扶貧傳教之旅,教友反應熱烈,除了有不少年輕人參加,更有很多帶同年幼子女參加的家庭。這種旅程為參加者以及當地的社區有什麼意義?《愛●常傳》一連四集帶大家到多明尼加共和國看看。
日期: 2020 - 11 - 7


 
科學家神父:在最小的生物裏遇見天主

科學家和神父的工作範疇可謂南轅北徹,但當這兩個身份同時存在在一個人身上,會帶來甚麼經歷?Fr John McCarthy既是一位天主教神父,同時是一位深深迷上共生生物「地衣」的科學家。他將帶我們深入森林和實驗室認識地衣,並分享他在科學研究中所獲得的信仰反省。
日期: 2020 - 10 - 3


 
有機‧信仰

近年來越來越多人關注到農藥、化學肥料、基因改造的農作物等等對人類健康的影響。一些人為了健康而開始自己栽種蔬果,而一些神父修女也開始推廣有機耕種。究竟有機耕種同信仰有甚麼關係?
日期: 2020 - 9 - 19


 
The Holy Catholic Brew S2E5: Vocational Series #5 – Diocesan Priesthood and the Episcopate, with Thomas Cardinal Collins

Lay Catholics don’t get to see their bishop very often but I remember when I was growing up, I had always admired my bishop like a familiar father figure but simultaneously felt like he was high above my level. This episode is the fifth of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song relating to their vocational discernment and to answer these seven simple questions: 1. Please introduce yourself and how we got to know each other. 2. Explain your song of choice and how it relates to your discernment. 3. Please explain your vocation in general and what it means to you. 4. How did you discern your vocation in general? Were there any challenges? 5. Why did you pursue your vocation with this diocese/order/person in particular? 6. How has your faith changed since entering this vocation? 7. If you could advise your 18-year-old self about your vocation, what would you say? One day, I emailed the Archdiocese of Toronto and was absolutely delighted when I got to interview the only bishop I ever remembered having … Thomas Cardinal Collins! Cardinal Collins is a man of deep faith and wisdom and has always felt a strong connection with his priests and bishops. From his high school teacher Fr. John Newstead to the bishops of his home Diocese of Hamilton—Bishop Lloyd Ryan, Bishop Paul Reding, and Auxiliary Bishop Anthony Tonnos—and his bishop in London, John Sherlock. Cardinal Collins was ordained to the priesthood in the Diocese of Hamilton before being appointed rector of the seminary in London (Ontario), consecrated Bishop of St. Paul (Alberta), Bishop of Edmonton, and finally Archbishop of Toronto. I was surprised by how Cardinal Collins discerned his call to the priesthood and found his assessment of the times and his term as bishop to be very insightful. During COVID-19, the Archdiocese is live-streaming daily and Sunday Masses. You can find their website at https://www.archtoronto.org/. The song you heard in the intro was “Wayfaring Stranger”, by The Quebe Sisters and the song Cardinal Collins chose was the “O God Beyond All Praising”, as performed here by the Villanova Pastoral Musicians. If you have any friends and family that you think would like this podcast, please share wherever you listen to your podcasts! You can drop a comment or question for me to answer in a future episode at theholycatholicbrew@gmail.com.
日期: 2020 - 9 - 11


 
The Holy Catholic Brew S2E4: Vocational Series #4 – Diocesan and Religious Priesthood, with Fr. Peter Turrone

You might think that God calls men to become His priests in the same way. But no two vocational stories are ever exactly the same. Were they devout as children? Did they always want to become a priest? Did they ever desire another vocation? Did their peers and family support or dissuade them? You generally don’t get to ask your parish priest these sorts of questions, so let me ask one for you. This episode is the fourth of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song relating to their vocational discernment and to answer these seven simple questions: 1. Please introduce yourself and how we got to know each other. 2. Explain your song of choice and how it relates to your discernment. 3. Please explain your vocation in general and what it means to you. 4. How did you discern your vocation in general? Were there any challenges? 5. Why did you pursue your vocation with this diocese/order/person in particular? 6. How has your faith changed since entering this vocation? 7. If you could advise your 18-year-old self about your vocation, what would you say? I am really excited about this episode because I get to chat with Fr. Peter Turrone whom I know from my time at the Newman Centre, the Catholic chaplaincy at the University of Toronto. Currently the Pastor and Executive Director there, he grew up Catholic but did not take ownership of his faith until a Confirmation retreat experience drew him to a personal encounter with Christ. After his undergraduate studies at York University, he later earned his neuroscience doctorate at the University of Toronto, where he was active at the Newman Centre. At first, he was ordained a priest in the Consolata Missionaries and sent to proclaim the Gospel in Mongolia. For health reasons, he was then incardinated a priest in the Archdiocese of Toronto and then transferred to the Newman Centre chaplaincy. You can learn more from their website at www.newmantoronto.com. The song you heard in the intro was “Wayfaring Stranger”, by The Quebe Sisters and the song Fr. Peter Turrone chose was “What a Beautiful Name”, by Hillsong Worship. If you have any friends and family that you think would like this podcast, please share wherever you listen to your podcasts! You can drop a comment or question for me to answer in a future episode at theholycatholicbrew@gmail.com.
日期: 2020 - 7 - 28


 
捨下‧跟隨

Jacqueline周詠雯本來是多倫多的執業醫生,但天主卻藉著主業會令Jacqueline更親近祂。為了追隨天主的召叫,Jacqueline更願意暫時放下專業資格,遠赴羅馬攻讀神學。
日期: 2020 - 7 - 18


 
The Holy Catholic Brew S2E3: Vocational Series #3 – Religious Sisterhood, with Sr. Mary Grace

Nowadays, the average Catholic doesn’t get to see many nuns. While they used to run schools and hospitals, these are now secular institutions and we might only catch a glimpse of them assigned to different parishes or at retreats. What is the life of a religious sister like? Do they pray all day in their convents? This episode is the third of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song relating to their vocational discernment and to answer these seven simple questions: 1. Please introduce yourself and how we got to know each other. 2. Explain your song of choice and how it relates to your discernment. 3. Please explain your vocation in general and what it means to you. 4. How did you discern your vocation in general? Were there any challenges? 5. Why did you pursue your vocation with this diocese/order/person in particular? 6. How has your faith changed since entering this vocation? 7. If you could advise your 18-year-old self about your vocation, what would you say? Listen to me chat with Sr. Mary Grace from the Sisters of Life, whose journey so far has brought her from Australia to New York to Toronto, where she is currently assigned. The Sisters of Life are a female religious order dedicated to protecting human life in our culture and helping women in crisis pregnancies. They also hold retreats for the public. You can find their website at https://sistersoflife.org/. The song you heard in the intro was “Wayfaring Stranger”, by The Quebe Sisters and the song Sr. Mary Grace chose, “I Will Wait”, by Mumford & Sons. If you have any friends and family that you think would like this podcast, please share wherever you listen to your podcasts! You can drop a comment or question for me to answer in a future episode at theholycatholicbrew@gmail.com.
日期: 2020 - 7 - 20


 
The Holy Catholic Brew S2E2 – Vocational Series #2 – Permanent Diaconate, with Deacon mark Neugebauer

Deacons have always been a mystery to me – they are married and sometimes have secular jobs outside of their work in the parish but they also help out with a lot of church duties, and even give homilies. Are they closer to lay people or consecrated religious? This episode is the second of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song relating to their vocational discernment and to answer these seven simple questions: 1. Please introduce yourself and how we got to know each other. 2. Explain your song of choice and how it relates to your discernment. 3. Please explain your vocation in general and what it means to you. 4. How did you discern your vocation in general? Were there any challenges? 5. Why did you pursue your vocation with this diocese/order/person in particular? 6. How has your faith changed since entering this vocation? 7. If you could advise your 18-year-old self about your vocation, what would you say? Listen to me chat with Deacon Mark Neugebauer, whose epic faith journey has included stops at Conservative Judaism, Messianic Judaism, and Evangelical Protestantism on his way home in the Catholic Church. He is currently the Deacon at Blessed Trinity Parish in the Archdiocese of Toronto and formerly worked as an elementary school teacher before being recommended by his parish to become a permanent deacon. The song you heard in the intro was “Wayfaring Stranger”, by The Quebe Sisters and the song Deacon Mark picked was the hymn “It Is Well With My Soul” (I picked the version by Anthem Lights). If you have any friends and family that you think would like this podcast, please share wherever you listen to your podcasts! You can drop a comment or question for me to answer in a future episode at theholycatholicbrew@gmail.com.
日期: 2020 - 7 - 13


 
帶著聖女遊美國 ——聖葛萊蒂慈悲朝聖之旅

馬天恩神父和他的團隊在五十五天中,把瑪利亞.葛萊蒂的主要聖髑帶到美國的五十四個城市,希望藉著聖女的故事,讓更多人意識到不論待己待人,都需要多一點慈悲。
日期: 2020 - 7 - 4


 
The Holy Catholic Brew S2E1 – Vocational Series #1 : Consecrated Virginity, with Erin Kinsella

Husband, Wife, Monk, Friar, Sister, Father, and … Consecrated Virgin? If you’re like me, you have never heard of Consecrated Virginity before as a vocation in the Catholic Church. But this vocation’s history stretches back to the early days of the Church and is being revived in recent years. This episode is the first of my vocational series, where I ask my guests to pick a song relating to their vocational discernment and to answer these seven simple questions: 1. Please introduce yourself and how we got to know each other. 2. Explain your song of choice and how it relates to your discernment. 3. Please explain your vocation in general and what it means to you. 4. How did you discern your vocation with this diocese/order/person in particular? Were there any challenges? 5. Why did you pursue your vocation with this diocese/order/person in particular? 6. How has your faith changed since entering this vocation? 7. If you could advise your 18-year-old self about your vocation, what would you say? Listen to me chat with Erin Kinsella, the Directory of Campus Ministry at the University of Toronto’s Newman Centre, as we learn about her conversion, her early years, and how she discerned Consecrated Virginity at the Archdiocese of Toronto. The song you heard in the intro was “Wayfaring Stranger”, by The Quebe Sisters and the song Erin picked was “Halo”, by Beyoncé. If you have any friends and family that you think would like this podcast, please share wherever you listen to your podcasts! You can drop a comment or question for me to answer in a future episode at theholycatholicbrew@gmail.com.
日期: 2020 - 7 - 7


 
向十一歲孩子學寬恕——瑪利亞葛萊蒂的故事

在天主教會冊封的聖人當中,聖瑪利亞.葛萊蒂是其中一位最年輕的,離世時年僅十一歲。瑪利亞因拒絕鄰居亞歷山度的侵犯而遭襲擊,傷重不治,死前寬恕了亞歷山度。《愛●常傳》跟隨馬天恩神父前往她在意大利的故居,向這位勇於寬恕的聖女學習。
日期: 2020 - 6 - 27


 
The Holy Catholic Brew S2E0 – New Season!

We’re back to Ordinary Time again and it’s time for a new season! Among the new changes, Lyndon will be the sole host going forward and has found a job. There will also be more interviews and reflections from reading material and prayer. Episodes will be more varied and sporadic this time, so check for updates from time to time. If you have any friends and family that you think would like this podcast, please share us with them wherever you listen to your podcasts! You can drop a comment or question for me to answer in a future episode at theholycatholicbrew@gmail.com.
日期: 2020 - 6 - 9


 
帶信仰上街:慈悲之母出遊

從四年前開始,位於多倫多唐人街的嘉模聖母堂,每年五月底都舉行聖母出遊,讓信眾有機會公開宣認自己的信仰。究竟是甚麼驅使他們,不怕艱苦困難,冒着日曬雨淋,去盡心盡力籌辦這樣的大型活動呢?《愛●常傳》特别為你去唐人街找答案。
日期: 2020 - 5 - 23