All Things Catholic with Dr. Edward Sri
We found 5 episodes of All Things Catholic with Dr. Edward Sri with the tag “spirituality”.
Cultivating Interior Freedom
November 3rd, 2020 | 25 mins 26 secs
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Do you long to be free on the inside? All of us struggle with fears in life that keep us from achieving interior freedom and peace. Today, Dr. Sri encourages us to cultivate an interior freedom that does not depend on external circumstances. He walks us through the three stages of achieving interior freedom and explains why our character plays a big role in our journey to interior freedom.
Lord Help My Unbelief: Doubts or Difficulties?
October 27th, 2020 | 25 mins 3 secs
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Do you find yourself struggling with certain Catholic moral teachings or doctrines sometimes? Today, Dr. Sri explains the difference between doubting and turning to God with our difficulties accepting everything the Catholic Church teaches. Using examples from the Gospel, he offers us practical tips to help us entrust our questions to God with great faith.
Making Every Holy Communion Count
October 20th, 2020 | 24 mins 39 secs
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Do we really see a difference in our lives every time we receive Jesus in Holy Communion? It can be easy to receive the Eucharist frequently without realizing the power it can have in our lives. Today, Dr. Sri explains the Biblical roots of Holy Communion to help us appreciate it better, and walk away changed every time we receive Jesus at Mass.
How To Make Room for Jesus this Advent
November 26th, 2019 | 18 mins 37 secs
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When Thanksgiving is over, it’s all too easy to jump into the chaos of December, and Advent takes a backseat to the busyness of the season. How do we avoid that frantic pace and actually make room for Jesus in our hearts this year? Dr. Edward Sri explains how this Advent, the Lord has special graces for each of us, if only we make space for him in our lives.
Why Do I Need a Church?
October 15th, 2019 | 20 mins 58 secs
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Do we really need a church? Why can’t we just be spiritual instead? Dr. Edward Sri explains not only why God gave us the Church, but why it is a gift for us and a necessity to be brought into a familial relationship with him.