Positive trait or quality deemed to be morally good
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This week the topic of our advent series is A Surrendered Life, but what does that look like? For Mary, it was saying yes to God's plan, even the parts she didn't yet understand. She had questions about what the future held for her, and chances are we do too. In this podcast, Leah draws three words from Psalm 37 to reflect why we can trust, delight, and commit our way to the Lord. Mary's story reminds us that there is joy in complete surrender and choosing God's will is always best. To join a Harvest women's small group, go to virtue.harvest.org/studies Learn more about Virtue women's ministry at Harvest Christian Fellowship by going to virtue.harvest.org/about/. Support the show: https://harvest.org/donate/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Quick reminder in case you need it…Even if you don't feel like a particularly courageous person, you've acted bravely at some point in your life. Maybe you stood up for someone. Traveled solo. Moved abroad. Said no. Admitted when you were wrong. Jumped out of a plane. Cried in front of someone. You have what it takes to show up courageously every day, but that doesn't just magically happen. Here are four daily practices you can do to build your courage (a core Stoic virtue) and resiliency.❤️Hello! I'm your host, Sarah Mikutel. But the real question is, who are you? Where are you now and where do you want to be? Can I help you get there?Visit sarahmikutel.com to learn how we can work together to help you achieve more peace, happiness, and positive transformation in your life.Book your Enneagram typing session by going to sarahmikutel.com/typingsessionIt's not super easy for U.S. citizens to get visas to live and work abroad (and the U.S. gov doesn't make it easy for people to come in either). But millions of Americans have figured out how to create a life overseas, and so can you.Here's my cheat sheet of the nine easiest countries to move to from the U.S.https://www.sarahmikutel.com/countryguide
This talk was given on October 25, 2021 at Regent University. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the Speaker: Jennifer A. Frey (University of South Carolina) received her BA from Indiana University in Bloomington Indiana in 2000, and her PhD at the University of Pittsburgh in 2012. In 2013 she was Collegiate Assistant Professor and Harper Schmidt Fellow at the University of Chicago prior to taking up her current appointment as Assistant Professor in the Philosophy department at the University of South Carolina. Jennifer's research interests lie at the intersection of virtue ethics and action theory. She has publications in The Journal of the History of Philosophy, The Journal of Analytic Philosophy, and in several edited volumes. She is the recipient of several grants, including coa 2.1 million dollar project awarded by the John Templeton Foundation, titled "Virtue, Happiness, and Meaning in Life." She is currently at work on three separate book projects.
Spit Hit for December 2nd, 2021: Welcome, Spitwads, to Jason Moore's procrastination station. Why do something today that could be put off until tomorrow? Also, for some reason today's show is full of very specific, complex questions. Luckily, that is what we specialize in. Once we breeze through those with ease, we debate which movie theater snacks are the best in today's draft. Subscribe and tell your friends about another hilarious episode of The Spitballers Comedy Podcast! Connect with the Spitballers Comedy Podcast: Become an Official Spitwad: SpitballersPod.com Follow us on Twitter: Twitter.com/SpitballersPod Follow us on IG: Instagram.com/SpitballersPod Subscribe on YouTube: YouTube.com/Spitballers
This lecture discusses key ideas from the ancient philosopher Aristotle's work of moral theory, the Nicomachean Ethics. Specifically it focuses on his discussion in book 8 about the most paradigmatic but also least common form of friendship (philia) - that oriented by virtue or moral excellence (arete) on the parts of the friends in the relationship. To support my ongoing work, go to my Patreon site - www.patreon.com/sadler If you'd like to make a direct contribution, you can do so here - www.paypal.me/ReasonIO - or at BuyMeACoffee - www.buymeacoffee.com/A4quYdWoM You can find over 1500 philosophy videos in my main YouTube channel - www.youtube.com/user/gbisadler Purchase Aristotle's Nicomachean Ethics - amzn.to/30S00ZT
What does it mean to prepare the way of the Lord? Dr. Sri explains how we can use this Advent season to prepare the way of the Lord by growing in virtue so we can give ourselves as a gift of love to God and to others. Snippet from the Show The Advent season offers us an opportunity to meet Christ in a transformative way so he can fill the valleys in our souls and straighten our path to salvation. _ _ For full shownotes, visit Ascensionpress.com/Allthingscatholic, or text ALLTHINGSCATHOLIC to 33-777 for weekly shownotes sent to your inbox.
Why are conservative Christians so worried about sex on the screen but not violence? Are they hypocrites? Or is violence virtuous.... The guys discuss violence in some favorite movies (and not so favorite movies). If you've seen John Wick or Nobody, pay attention. They also give some tips for watching violent movies with kids. Get Andrew of the Firedrake today: https://canonballbooks.com/products/andrew-and-the-firedrake/
100% BS is joined by one of the most censored people on the internet and simultaneously, one of the kindest and most compassionate people I've ever spoken to. Alec Zeck is the Founder and Executive Director of Health Freedom for Humanity and is an outspoken advocate for freedom, body autonomy, and empowering people from all walks of life to take ownership of their wellness and freedom. He is also a husband, father, West Point grad, and Army Veteran. Summary:This episode explores the profound changes that COVID has had on the individual and collective – spanning from eerie levels of censorship, unthinkable invasions of privacy, tribalism, inability to see truth, divisiveness, and how it distills into every individual involved. In a world plagued by so many complex issues, Alec and I attempt to break down how you can positively impact others while respecting their path and process. We formulate the way to embody love and compassion for all, how to make sense of tragedy and darkness, and why the Universe is balanced in everything it does – which means you are balanced, too. Finally, Alec shares solutions as a way to move forward. In a particularly impactful moment, Alec explains what “you are free by virtue of existing” means and why standing in that freedom as a man or woman will yield beautiful outcomes beyond imagination.Key Points:· Alec's crazy censorship story (deleted over 7 times)· How to change peoples' minds and get people to trust themselves· Ways to reclaim your inherent power· How the governments' mandates are enforced via the people· Law of One explanation including Service to Self vs Service to Others· How the Law of One applies to COVID, mandates, and power dynamics· Why turning people back to themselves is the key to embodied transformation· Why the road to changing someone's mind is found through their heart· Behind the scenes of the Health Freedom Symposium Alec Links:Donate to HFFHHFFH Podcast (Top 50 Health & Wellness)The Way Forward PodcastTheWayFwrd Telegram Shop The Way Forward Bella Links:Bella on IG 100% BS on IG Join my NewsletterWatch this episode on YouTube Writing on Substack
https://slatestarcodex.com/2013/06/14/the-virtue-of-silence/ Leah Libresco writes a couple of essays (1, 2) on an ethical dilemma reported in the New York Times. In the course of a confidential medical history, a doctor hears her patient is suffering from stress-related complaints after having sent an innocent man to prison. The doctor wants to know whether it is ethical to report the matter to the police. The Times' columnist says yes – it would save the poor prisoner. Leah says no – violating medical confidentiality creates an expectation that medical confidentiality will be violated in the future, thus dooming patients who are too afraid to talk about drug use or gay sex or other potentially embarrassing but important medical risk factors.
We are back with Season 1, Episode 9! During this week's episode, I shared my trials and tests of patience in hopes of depicting how the absence of patience often times reveals an absence of faith. I hope you guys got something out of this episode and I'll see y'all next week for the season finale! Thank you in advance for listening and I hope this week's real life goal was beneficial. I am excited to share with you all weekly motivational spiels, occasional interviews, and countless tokens of wisdom to help you in this journey called life! #UncutGemsWithSlim #SlimReshae #PatienceIsAVirtue Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slimreshae/support Join the #GemSquad on Instagram: @slimreshae and YouTube: Slim Reshae Check out Uncut Gems with Slim on Instagram @uncutgemswithslim and on Youtube HERE! Feel free to check out my website www.slimreshae.com + join the #GemSquad by subscribing to our email list! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slimreshae/support
In this first of four advent lessons, we want to ready our hearts for this Christmas season by focusing on the names of Jesus. From Isaiah 9:6, Melanie reminds us that the names and titles of our Lord reveal something about His nature and help us to know Him better. As we approach Christmas, what can you do to focus your heart on the birth of Jesus Christ and the significance of His names? Being intentional about prayer will prepare your heart, and worship will do wonders! Jesus … what a beautiful, wonderful, powerful name it is! The name above all names. To join a Harvest women's small group, go to virtue.harvest.org/studies Learn more about Virtue women's ministry at Harvest Christian Fellowship by going to virtue.harvest.org/about/. Support the show: https://harvest.org/donate/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this special Thanksgiving podcast, Christi shares why she is thankful that God listens to our prayers. Ever feel like your prayers evaporate into thin air or hit an invisible ceiling? In our culture, it's easy to make a lot of noise and not be heard, let alone listened to. But we have a Father in Heaven who listens. He is bending down, intently listening to your prayers, and yes—He will respond! To join a Harvest women's small group, go to virtue.harvest.org/studies Learn more about Virtue women's ministry at Harvest Christian Fellowship by going to virtue.harvest.org/about/. Support the show: https://harvest.org/donate/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Soon after taking power, the Taliban replaced the Department for Women's Affairs with the Ministry for Propagation of Virtue and Prevention of Vice. It's a name many Afghans feared during the last Taliban era, as 'morality police' enforced their extreme interpretation of Islam. BBC Afghan's Shekiba Habib lived through that era, and reports on what we know about how the current ministry is operating. Istanbul's taxi problem If you've ever struggled to hail a taxi, spare a thought for people in Istanbul. Since the 1990s the city's population has doubled, but the number of cabs has stayed the same, and solving the problem is a political headache for the city's mayor. BBC Turkish journalist Esra Yalcinalp explains Istanbul's unique and frustrating taxi system. The daily life of Colombian coca farmers Singing local songs and celebrating harvest: some of the activities TikTok users can see from the hashtag #Catatumbo. The images show the daily lives of coca growers in one of Colombia's main coca-growing regions, and have reopened the discussion about how best to fight the drug war, as Luis Fajardo from BBC Monitoring in Miami explains. The pirs of Pakistan Pirs or spiritual guides are deeply embedded in Pakistani culture, including in politics. They offer blessings and guidance which many politicians feel are important for their success. BBC Urdu's Asif Farooqi reports on the complex and sometimes controversial relationship between politicians and their pirs. (Photo: A Department for Women's Affairs sign is replaced by the Taliban with the Ministry for Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice. Credit: Javed Tanveer/AFP via Getty Images)
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This talk was given at the University of Dallas on October 6th, 2021. For information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Michael Gorman is a graduate of St. Michael's College in the University of Toronto (B.A., Christianity and Culture, 1987), The Catholic University of America (Ph.L., Philosophy, 1989), the State University of New York at Buffalo (Ph.D., Philosophy, 1993), and Boston College (Ph.D., Theology, 1997). After serving as assistant professor of Catholic Studies at Saint Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia from 1997 to 1999, he joined the faculty of the School of Philosophy at The Catholic University of America, where he has taught ever since. A fellow of The Catholic University's Institute for Human Ecology, he has also been an Alexander von Humboldt fellow (Leipzig 2004), a Fulbright fellow (Cologne 2008), and a scholar in the Templeton Foundation's Working Group "Virtue, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life" (2015-2017). He works primarily on metaphysics, especially the metaphysics of essence, substance, and normativity, and on applications of metaphysics in areas such as theory of mind, Christology, action theory, and ethics. He is the author of Aquinas on the Metaphysics of the Hypostatic Union (Cambridge, 2017) and over thirty scholarly articles. He is particularly interested in how analytic philosophy and medieval philosophy can be brought together in a way that is historically accurate and philosophically fruitful.
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Adolf Hitler “detested the idea that nations should be independent. His worldview was to eliminate independent nations. … He stole our word [nationalism] and applied it to this evil-doing, to his imperialism.” At the National Conservatism Conference in Orlando, Florida, we sat down with Yoram Hazony, chairman of the Edmund Burke Foundation and author of “The Virtue of https://www.theepochtimes.com/t-nationalism (Nationalism),” to discuss the values of national conservatism and what he sees as an assault on tradition, family, and nation. “Honor, hierarchy, tradition, all of these things are pejoratives today because Marxists worked hard and systematically to make it so,” Hazony says. Subscribe to the American Thought Leaders https://ept.ms/ATLnewsletter (newsletter) so you never miss an episode. Follow http://epochtv.com/ (EpochTV) on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus (https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus) Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus (https://twitter.com/EpochTVus) Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV (https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV) Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv (https://gettr.com/user/epochtv) Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV (https://gab.com/EpochTV) Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV (https://t.me/EpochTV) Parler: https://parler.com/#/user/EpochTV (https://parler.com/#/user/EpochTV)
Ajahn Pasanno describes the practice of meditation as similar to honing a skill or craft. We apply various techniques which the Buddha gave that can lead to peace, ease and freedom. This talk was offered on November 13, 2021 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.
c/w gore, loss of identity, body horror (ghosts) “As we lay entangled, fingers on each other's throats, the roots and tendrils of something new grew around us.” There are few options left, but choices must be made. Regrouping in the streets of Tail's End, Ezra and Ivar put the weapon stolen from the Pale Lanterns to use. They risk their selves to defend their cause. Meanwhile, back in the labyrinth, Ash arrives at Rodella's Heart. Carn leads him to the Tender's sacred, grisly relic. It's time to become a Jackal. ~~ PEOPLE ~~ Altara nim Shif: Scion of the nim Shif family and their trusted enforcer. Carn nim Daker: The ancient founder of the Tenders, the slayer of Caerdroia and Rodella. Body mythologised, sai rule the Jackals still. Dorish nim Shif: A younger member of the nim Shifs. Still a child, appears as a Jackal in Tiding. Galena nim Ovid: The imposing head of the Umbral Provenders and Ash's aunt. She has ambitious plans for the city. Trilvo: The matriarch of Tail's End. A doctor, used to working on ghosts and spirit. Valour nim Shif: The leader of the nim Shifs who now stands on the precipice of fulfilling all of her family's ambitions. Virtue nim Shif: The brother of Valour and Vigor. Has a reputation for not quite matching his sibling's ambitions. ~~ FACTIONS ~~ Jackals: More formally known as the Tenders of the Dawn's Embers, the Jackals are an organisation of remnant hunters guided by strange divination. Likelihood Lads: A group of bookmakers and petty thieves who run the Loven Street races. nim Shif: Embrace's newest great family. Plotting to take over the city with silvered tongues and bloody blades. ~~ PLACES ~~ Hinter Ward: Embrace's southernmost ward. The north is dense tenements, while the south has been abandoned to marsh and spirit. Winter's Lodge: A place pulled out from the cut. A shifting collection of mismatched architecture. A shell for the gall. ~~~ Episode title from Arsonist's Lullabye by Hozier ~~~ Follow the show on twitter @flimsyrituals Find our website at flimsyrituals.com Support us on patreon patreon.com/theseflimsyrituals Chat to us on Discord ~~~ Hosted by Adam Dixon. Starring Beck Michalak, Elizabeth Simoens, Ryan Evans, Steve Martin and Thryn Henderson. Produced by Thryn Henderson Series art by Ben Swinden Music taken from Kai Engel's Satin
Episode 169 - The Virtue Of PatiencePatience, it's one of the greatest virtues we can have. Why is it so hard for us to be patient in life? Today I talk about how we can weave this discipline into our daily lives.Video Link: https://youtu.be/9fk7VAa8GRsYoutube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEkqz4gWjlIRaQx_zWgTZqQ?view_as=subscriberCheck Out My E-Commerce Company - ZER0ats - the world's first and only naturally flavored, sugar-free oatmeal.https://www.zeroats.com
In this last episode of our Inspiration Sessions, we hear from another contributor Sharon Lebelle. Sharon is the author of "The Art of Living: The Classic Mannual on Virtue, Happiness, and Effectiveness" as well as an accomplished musician. Sharon shares her thoughts on what she envisions The Walled Garden being--a place of refuge where we can explore new ideas, find peace and meaning in our lives, and try out the experiment of forging deep authentic connections with different people within the digital space. Sharon also shares a spontaneous interlude on her one of a kind instrument, and discusses how she hopes that The Walled Garden can be a place where people can experience what she calls "The Big Amazing".
Originally Aired - 11/20/2019: Native American Vietnam Veteran Robert Primeaux shared his journey from a Lakota reservation to the Army, to Hollywood.As a young man, Primeaux was eager to get off the reservation and see the world. To leave, he decided to join the Army. He trained in Fort Lewis and Fort Knox before joining the 101st Airborne Division and sent off to Vietnam.In 1972, Primeaux returned to the United States. His younger brother had been killed in a car accident, leaving Primeaux as the sole male survivor of his family.However, he did not stay in the Army long. A car accident of his own put him in a coma for three weeks. After he recovered, he was discharged.Primeaux then lived on his grandmother's ranch while he recovered from his injuries. To help with his recovery, he began to self-rehab by working with the horses on the ranch. His love for horses gave him the opportunity to go to school through a rodeo scholarship from the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA).Between school and living on his family ranch, Primeaux met Michael Apted on the set of Thunderheart in South Dakota. Through this meeting, he landed a stunt role on Thunderheart and become eligible for access to the Union of the Screen Actors Guild.Later, Robert moved to LA to begin his film career where he landed roles in Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman and a more prominent role in Rough Riders. This role as Indian Bob was special to Primeaux because the director John Milius specifically created it with him in mind.Recently, Robert has been advocating for fallen service-members to be enshrines in the NFL Hall of Fame.Throughout his life, through thick and thin, Primeaux credited the Four Cardinal Lakota Virtues for helping him recover from the Vietnam War and his car accident.From childhood, Lakota Warriors were taught these four virtues. Primeaux stated that warriors who were taught the true meaning of these virtues learn to treat their Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.Borne the Battle Veteran of the Week:Army Air Corps Veteran Gus Palmer Sr.
Ajahn Amaro speaks about developing the qualities of gratitude and forgiveness which gives space for others to grow in a field of goodwill. He uses several examples of how we tend to carry people around in our minds, solidifying them as a permanent entities that do not change. This talk was offered on the Official Kathina Day, November 7, 2021 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.
In this talk, Ajahn Amaro offers a reflection on what it means to take refuge in the Buddha: finding a safe place within where we can choose to be wise, awake and aware. He urges us to learn how to change a self-centered view or perspective to one that is Dhamma-centered. This talk was offered on November 4, 2021 on the 3rd day of the Abhayagiri Kathina Offering Ceremony.
Ajahn Pasanno speaks about the advantages of keeping a moral compass, having a refuge, practicing restraint and heedfulness. He says we do all of this by discerning what is and is not a benefit for us. This talk was offered on the 5th day of the Kathina Offering Week; November 6, 2021.
In this talk, Ajahn Nyaniko offers a reflection on how to develop gratitude, generosity, and empathy by opening ourselves and listening to others and changing our perspectives. This is the meaning of Lokavidū. He also speaks about how our practice brings benefit to ourselves and others and how happiness leads to peace. This talk was offered on November 5, 2021 on the 4th day of the Abhayagiri Kathina Offering Ceremony.
What would it take for us to live intentionally and take the gospel with us wherever we go? For the early church, persecution was the catalyst that caused ordinary believers to migrate, to flee Jerusalem and evangelize the world. We are so intimidated by the word evangelism. But they simply shared what they knew and invited others to know their Savior. Have you ever been confused about the intentions God has for the events He's allowed in your life? In this episode, Cathe focuses on the kind of obedience that pleases God. To join a Harvest women's small group, go to virtue.harvest.org/studies Learn more about Virtue women's ministry at Harvest Christian Fellowship by going to virtue.harvest.org/about/. Support the show: https://harvest.org/donate/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This panel took place at the Dominican House of Studies on September 11, 2021 as part of the Fall installment of the annual Thomistic Circles series. The participants of the panel were Prof. Jacob Wood (Franciscan University of Steubenville), Fr. Michael Sherwin, O.P. (University of Fribourg), Prof. Angela Knobel (University of Dallas), Prof. David Decosimo (Boston University). The theme of the conference was Virtue and Divine Grace. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org
If you want healthy teens and adults who make responsible decisions, you need to start forming them through your discipline when they're toddlers, although it's never too late to begin. Teaching our children the skill set of virtues becomes their tool box in dealing with life as adults.
There are great virtues that can be developed through sports. However, if not properly ordered, it can cause a breakdown in the domestic church. Our guest, David Dean, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the http://www.dioceseoftulsa.org (Diocese of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma), joins us to talk about this and his time in the Humanities program at KU with John Senior. http://www.patreon.com/thecatholicmanshow (Become a Patron! Over 40 interviews, a course with Karlo Broussard, a 10 part series on the domestic church, a course on fitness and virtue by Pat Flynn, and free thank you gifts for supporting the show!) https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ () Travel to Italy, the Holy Land, Scotland, or Europe. Take a Catholic pilgrimage cruise or mix in Faith and Food or Faith and Fitness. No matter where you travel with Select, you will be embraced by faith. All our trips feature daily mass, unparalleled access to sacred sites, local guides that speak your language, and excellent accommodations. We have been helping pilgrims put their feet in the places their faith began for over 30 years. We want to help YOU experience the fun and faith-enriching power of pilgrimage. https://selectinternationaltours.com/catholicmanshow/ (Click here) About our drink: Hunt down a grill and gather your ancestors, because the Ardbeg BBQ Smoker is bringing the everyday cookout into a new age! This gift pack includes one BBQ Smoker and one bottle of Ardbeg An Oa – the perfect spirit for sippin' and tearin'. Small but mighty, the smoker lets you surround your food with smoke in just a few easy steps. Simply fill the puck with wood chips, lay it at the back of your grill, wait until your BBQ is sufficiently smoky, place your food around the puck, smoke it out some more, and voilà! Once your food is smoked, cooked, and practically falling off the bone, all that's left to do is plate up and pair with a delectably smooth dram of Ardbeg An Oa. ARDBEG AN OA Ardbeg An Oa's rounded and subtly smoky aromas make it the prime spirit for toasting by the BBQ. With notes of thick cigar smoke, roasted tea leaves and grilled artichokes, this whisky is the perfectly peaty dance partner for your smoky culinary creations. ABV: 46.6% About our gear: N/A About the Topic: How long have we been playing sports? What are the benefits of sports in a child's development and growth in virtue? What is the end of sports for most people? What do you need to be aware of as a Catholic dad when getting your kids into sports? How will it affect the family? We discuss this and much more with David Dean, Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma. CONGRATULATIONS TO The Catholic Woodworker FOR OPENING UP A NEW OFFICE BUILDING! WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT AND INCREDIBLY HAPPY FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUCCESS: Use promo code TCMS10 for 10% off all purchases. https://catholicwoodworker.com/collections/discount-rosaries () [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bayDWj5nyZ8] TIME CODES: If this is your first time listening to The Catholic Man Show, we do 3 things almost every episode:1.) Open, review, and enjoy a man beverage – Minutes 1-12.2.) Highlight a man gear – Minutes 12-24.3.) Have a manly conversation – Minutes 24-48If you haven't listened to The Catholic Man Show before, check out our previous episodes https://thecatholicmanshow.com/episodes/ (here). Subscribe to our https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5MhmMZZhEnrapVYUIkFHLg?view_as=subscriber ( YouTube channel) to watch past episodes. Want to help The Catholic Man Show? By giving us a rating on https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-catholic-man-show/id1128843873?mt=2 (iTunes, it helps others find the show.) Want to say up with The Catholic Man Show? Sign up for our mailing list: http://www.thecatholicmanshow.com/manly (Click Here) Looking for a prayer to pray with your wife?... Support this podcast
This talk was given on September 11, 2021 at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington DC, as part of the Annual Fall Thomistic Circles Conference, on "Virtue and Divine Grace" The handout for this lecture can be found here:: https://tinyurl.com/bnpbvj23 About the speaker: Dr. David Decosimo holds a masters from the University of Chicago and a PhD from Princeton University. He is currently an associate professor of Theology at Boston University. He teaches and writes on just war theory, torture, Thomistic Ethics, and Christian and Islamic perspectives on political freedom.
Good conversation, increased vocabulary, imagination, and wisdom - these are just a few reasons why reading aloud to our kids is important. But how do we incorporate a Christian worldview and how do we choose a good book to read to our kids? Today I have a special guest, Nina with Strawberry Mountain Books, to share some wisdom and tips when it comes to reading to our children. Show Notes: sheprovesfaithful.com/podcast/episode199 Support the Podcast $5 a Month: patreon.com/sheprovesfaithful Find Nina with Strawberry Mountain Books: https://www.instagram.com/strawberrymountainbooks/
In light of a series of miracles in our readings for today, Fr. Mike focuses on our Lord's compassion and our call to be merciful, as he is. He emphasizes the beauty of God's mercy and his offering of it despite our unworthiness. He also strikes a balance between the goodness of humanity as God's creation and our brokenness due to original sin. Today's readings are Luke 6-8 and Proverbs 26:1-3. For the complete reading plan, visit ascensionpress.com/bibleinayear. Please note: The Bible contains adult themes that may not be suitable for children - parental discretion is advised.
This lecture was given at the Dominican House of Studies on September 11, 2021 as part of the fall installment of the annual Thomistic Circles series. The theme of the conference was "Virtue and Divine Grace." For information on upcoming Thomistic Institute events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org. About the speaker: Associate Professor of Philosophy Angela Knobel, Ph.D., received her doctorate in philosophy from the University of Notre Dame in 2004. Her work focuses primarily on Aquinas' theory of infused virtue, virtue ethics and applied ethics. Her book Aquinas and the Infused Moral Virtues is forthcoming from the University of Notre Dame Press.
Well we've teased this idea for many weeks now and finally were able to gather a panel to discuss winmaking. Our thoughts were outlined in depth in episode 203, but this topic bring about different feelings for everyone. So we decided to sit with three prominent players with many different takes on what constitutes winmaking and whether or not we should care. teddysjamforyou is the champion of this year's Patreon Tournament is primarily a player who chooses to follow bliss an fun. TheDeftPiper was a part of our invitational and views winmaking as a necessary tool to be used. And finally, patience_is_a_virtue practically wrote the book about winmaking and has a lot of research and analysis he's been working on for years to bring to the table. Let's enter the final Winmaking Gauntlet! Music provided by Ben Prunty. Find more at benpruntymusic.com or benprunty.bandcamp.com To learn more about our Discord, Twitter, Patreon, Merch, and more, visit https://spacecatspeaceturtles.com/
Author : Saladin Ahmed Narrator : Rajan Khanna Host : Peter Adrian Behravesh Audio Producers : Peter Adrian Behravesh and Peter Wood Discuss on Forums Originally published in Beneath Ceaseless Skies. Rated PG This episode is a part of our Tales from the Vaults series, in which a member of PodCastle's staff chooses a backlist episode […] The post PC 704: TALES FROM THE VAULTS – Where Virtue Lives appeared first on PodCastle.
This lecture was given at the Dominican House of Studies on September 10, 2021 as part of the Fall installment of the annual Thomistic Circles series. The theme of the conference was Virtue and Divine Grace. The handout for this lecture can be found at https://tinyurl.com/hjtac2dj. For more information on upcoming events, please visit our website at www.thomisticinstitute.org About the speaker: Michael S. Sherwin, OP, is Emeritus Professor of Fundamental Moral Theology at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland and the Alemany Research Fellow at the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology at Berkeley for academic year 2021/2022. Author of articles on the psychology of love, virtue ethics and moral development, his monograph, By Knowledge and By Love: Charity and Knowledge in the Moral Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas (CUA Press, 2005) has been reissued in paperback, while his collection of essays, On Love and Virtue (Emmaus Academic, 2018) has been described by Alasdair MacIntyre as “theological reflection at its best.”
In the third episode of our Inspiration Sessions we hear from Kai Whiting. Kai is the author of "Being Better: Stoicism for a World Worth Living in", a postdoctoral researcher in Stoicism and sustainability, and a current contributor the The Walled Garden. Kai gives an example of what he seeks to offer to The Walled Garden community through a dialiectic discussion on a variety of claims that are made among people today, in regards to the Stoic belief that "virtue is the only good", whether there exists a need for the Stoic God, and what is driving the polarization of beliefs and ideologies within modern society. Through this discussion Kai demonstrates the type of debate and introspection he will be bringing to the community and the different beliefs we hold, and how this can assist us to better aim ourselves toward virtue.
This lecture was given on September 10, 2021 at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. as part of the Annual Fall Thomistic Circles Conference on "Virtue and Divine Grace." The handout for this lecture can be found here: https://tinyurl.com/2afevszt About the speaker: Jacob W. Wood is Associate Professor of Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville, and holds a doctorate from Catholic University of America. Wood's work focuses on theological anthropology in medieval, early modern, and contemporary theology, and he is particularly interested in how the retrieval of the sources of modern theology can help provide answers to questions about the relationships between the natural and the supernatural, sin and grace, and the human and the divine. He is the author most recently of To Stir a Restless Heart: Thomas Aquinas and Henri de Lubac on Nature, Grace, and the Desire for God (Washington DC: The Catholic University of America Press, 2019), as well as Speaking the Love of God: An Introduction to the Sacraments (Steubenville, OH: Emmaus Road, 2016).