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為誰越洋?——聖瑪麗閨雅

在十七世紀,為了令女孩子有機會接受教育,聖瑪麗閨雅千里迢迢由法國來到剛開發的加拿大。為了成就天主給她的使命,她犧牲了什麼?《愛•常傳》帶大家看看聖瑪麗閨雅怎樣為加拿大奉獻一生。
日期: 2021 - 4 - 24


 
教宗訪美之行 • 費城站

教宗方濟各自上任以來,在2015年九月首次訪問美國,引起全球關注。費城是教宗這次訪美之行的最後一站。《愛 • 常傳》帶大家到費城見證這個歷史性時刻。
日期: 2021 - 4 - 17


 
耶穌與復活

耶穌基督的復活,扭轉了原罪的惡果,使天主的救恩計劃得以圓滿;復活更是基督徒信仰的核心,使我們知道死亡並不是終結。《愛•常傳》帶大家去到以色列聖地,重溫當年這個奧蹟。
日期: 2021 - 4 - 3


 
“Road from Emmaus” Ep016 – The Source and the Summit

"The Source and the Summit". You've probably heard these words before to describe the core of our Catholic faith, but what does it actually mean? Today, Andrew shares about his revelation on how the Eucharist can be mapped as a parallel to the journey that is our interior life. Andrew and Jason dive into what it truly means to receive Jesus's Body and Blood through the Eucharist. There are some important things to hold in our hearts whenever we find ourselves in front of the Eucharist; may we keep these things prayerfully in our hearts! The video Andrew references by "Breaking In The Habit", on "Do I Have to Confess My Sins to a Priest?": https://youtu.be/PtaGqN2Wm4o
日期: 2021 - 4 - 4


 
聖地‧苦路‧冷知識

二千年前,耶穌是怎樣走過被釘十字架前的最後一段路呢?《愛‧常傳》帶大家去到耶路撒冷實地體驗。
日期: 2021 - 3 - 27


 
“Road from Emmaus” Ep015 – Understanding the Interior Life

Audrey Assad said a thing a few weeks ago, so Andrew and I start off talking about that. Then we talk about practicing the interior life, and how this is imperative for us to be able to truly be in relationship with God. Without it, the things we do as Catholics can be seen as meaningless. So we try to unpack what the interior life means, using our own journeys and learnings as examples, along with those of the saints. This is being released just before Palm Sunday, so we're praying that you have a blessed Holy Week!
日期: 2021 - 3 - 29


 
鑄造永恆

身為一位虔誠天主教徒,雕塑家Tim Schmalz致力創作以基督宗教為題材的作品,希望把源於天主的真、善、美展現給路過的人。《愛●常傳》的攝製隊特地到訪他的工作室,了解他的創作意念。
日期: 2021 - 3 - 20


 
“Road from Emmaus” Ep014 – Grief and Suffering with Fr. Raphael Ma CR

In today's episode, Andrew and Jason bring on their first ever guest, Fr. Raphael Ma CR. They tackle a heavier topic with him as they dive into questions about grief and suffering: Why does God allow suffering into this world? What is the teaching of redemptive suffering? How do we approach grief with someone who is or isn't Catholic? Before unpacking these questions, Fr. Raph CR shares his own experiences with grief: from the perspective of someone who regularly ministers to those who grieve, but also as someone who has gone through his own fair share. -- Resources referred to by Fr. Raph CR throughout the episode: 1) Stephanie Gray blog post that illustrates what God does about suffering (and not just "why suffering"): https://loveunleasheslife.com/blog/2016/3/30/the-day-i-was-stumped-by-stephanie-gray 2) Website on grief - https://whatsyourgrief.com/ 3) Another podcast episode on grief (Erin Kinsella works at Newman U of T) https://www.inthethicketpodcast.com/s/stories/s1e4-what-not-to-say
日期: 2021 - 3 - 8


 
耶穌的道路

聖子耶穌基督化成血肉之軀來到世上,給我們展示了真理的道路。耶穌在世期間行了不少奇­蹟,顯示祂對我們的愛和藉此增強我們的信德;祂的教導如山中聖訓更言簡意賅地提示了我們追隨祂應有的生活方式和態度。《愛•常傳》特別去到以色列聖地耶穌曾踏足過的地方,­與大家一起體會主耶穌的一言一行。
日期: 2021 - 2 - 27


 
“Road from Emmaus” Ep013 – Not Really Ready for Lent

Today, Andrew and Jason just spend an episode catching up with each other on Lent. They talk about how they prepared for Lent (if they prepared at all), and their thought process behind what they're giving up. Lent isn't just about fasting, though, so they also talk about prayer and almsgiving. Finally, Andrew reflects on how he's taken his faith almost a little too seriously lately, and our need sometimes to recenter our faith on finding joy.
日期: 2021 - 3 - 1


 
“Road from Emmaus” – Why Catholicism? (Part 2)

It's Part 2 of the Road from Emmaus "Why Catholicism?" two-episode mini-series! Last episode, Andrew and Jason tried to answer the questions of "Why do we even believe in religion at all?" And, "Of all the religions in the world, why Christianity?" This time around, they go one level deeper and talk about why they chose Catholicism. They start by sharing their journeys of being cradle Catholics, and then they discuss the importance of Holy Tradition within the Catholic Church. Like the Church, they don't believe in Sola Scriptura, and they talk about that a bit too, and highlight some differences between Protestants and Catholics. They wrap things up by sharing about what they might say to those of us who have friends who've turned away from the Catholic faith.
日期: 2021 - 2 - 15


 
“Road from Emmaus” – Why Catholicism? (Part 1)

On today's episode, Andrew and Jason dig into the foundations and fundamentals of their faith life. Why are they Catholic? Before they can answer that question though, it's necessary to take a look at a couple of other questions: Why believe in religion at all? And of all the religions in the world, why Christianity? The first part of a two-episode mini-series, they touch on moral relativism, and how Christianity isn't just about being a good person or following a set of rules; it's being in a relationship with God. They also announce some exciting news off the top--you can now find the Road from Emmaus podcast on Fountain of Love and Life! 04:38 - Encountering the Fountain of Love and Life on the Road from Emmaus 09:10 - "Why religion?" and moral relativism 15:25 - Who are we to judge? What does it mean to have intellectual discourse? 22:49 - Religion provides a structure of consistent thinking 28:43 - Religion is often more than just having good ethics or morals 31:27 - "Why Christianity?": Christianity is more than just good morals 35:29 - God seeks to be in relationship with us 43:15 - C.S. Lewis's thoughts on how Jesus is God, and not just a moral teacher
日期: 2021 - 1 - 28


 
“Road from Emmaus” – “Ave Maria” Means “Hail Mary”, Apparently

It's a new year, and there's no better way to start it off than in the same way that the Church starts it off -- celebrating our Holy Mother Mary, Mother of God! There's so much richness and beauty to unpack when it comes to Mary and Marian theology; Andrew and Jason could barely stop talking over each other. Using the Joyful Mysteries to keep them on the right track, they try to dive into the story of Mary, and the reflections they each have on her holy "yes" to God, what it might have been like to be the mother of Jesus, and the pain that she had to carry. Praying that 2021 will get off to a blessed start for you!
日期: 2021 - 1 - 22


 
“Road from Emmaus” Doing An Examen on 2020

It's been a whirlwind of a year, and looking back at 2020 is no simple task. Our day-to-day lives ground to a halt with the COVID pandemic, but that doesn't mean nothing happened during the year. Andrew and Jason take this last episode of 2020 to look back and do an examen of sorts on the year. What were some highlights from 2020? What did they learn? And above all, how did they bring Jesus into these things? They wish you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas (but not a "Happy Holidays"!) :)
日期: 2021 - 1 - 21


 
“Road from Emmaus” Is Jesus Our Buddy?

A big part of being a Christian is understanding that a lot of our faith is relationship-based. God seeks to be in relationship with us, to know us, to be with us. It's a wonderful blessing to be able to recognize that Jesus is our friend. Sometimes, though, we fall into the trap of only thinking of Jesus as a buddy. We forget that He is also a King, that God is our Creator, and that, as much as Jesus walks alongside us, there's kind of still an "order" to the relationship we have with Him. Today, Andrew and Jason try to unpack what it means that Christ is our King.
日期: 2021 - 1 - 18


 
“Road from Emmaus” – God Loves Us, First

Andrew and Jason talk about something called the primacy of grace. It's a fancy-sounding term that really just refers to how God, as our loving Father and Creator, seeks us. He yearns to be in relationship with us, and He has already done everything to make that happen. On our end, sometimes we think too much about what we need to do, or where we need to go on our journey of faith, when really, we just need to realize that God is already meeting us where we are. He just needs us to open the door to let Him in.
日期: 2021 - 1 - 13


 
“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