LIVING RIGHT WITH DR. RAY - Season 4
Clinical psychologist Dr. Ray Guarendi combines his sharp wit with his experience from raising ten children to help Catholics become stronger and more loving partners, parents and people.Rent $2.99Buy $14.99
FAITH, FAMILY, FOOTBALL
Pro NFL Quarterback Philip Rivers discusses his faith and football career; teenagers tell Dr. Ray why they take advice from their friends over their parents; the Church’s moral authority amidst a crisis, and more.
Director of Seton Home Study Dr. Mary Kay Clark shares with Dr. Ray reasons why parents should have confidence in the growing trend of homeschooling; how to call out bad behavior for what it is, and more.
WHEN BAD THINGS HAPPEN
A young widow of a murdered police officer shares with Dr. Ray how her faith helped her cope and raise their three young children; couples tell their spouse’s best qualities; advice for seniors whose adult children choose to leave the Church and more.
Dr. Ray addresses divorce and remarriage with guest Ellen Harold Stein; finds out what teenagers think about sibling relationships; common myths about sibling rivalries, and more.
SAME SEX ATTRACTION
Fr. Larry Richards and Dr. Ray expand on the Church’s teaching regarding same-sex attraction; Dr. Lee Reynolds consults on mental illness and how his faith affects his practice; viewer questions the legitimacy of psychology as a science, and more.
Dr. Ray and Fr. Richards tackle the common expression “I’m spiritual, but not religious;” the critical role priests play in people’s lives; the importance of good manners in everyday life, and more.
Dr. Ray and Fr. Larry Richards explain why attending Mass is important; various high school students offer their opinion on Mass; San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers discusses his faith and career, and more.
God’s unconditional love and Catholic teaching; Dr. Ray explains what defines “inappropriate behavior,” what constitutes effective discipline for kids and teenagers, and more.
Dr. Ray addresses celebrity culture and its effect on the youth with high school students; Fr. Larry Richards has advice for Catholics who don’t agree with Church teachings; Fr. Michael Denk introduces his new app based on St. Ignatius’ Examen, and more.
Dr. Ray answers if atheists and non-religious people can still be “good people;” Apologist John Martignoni offers practical answers Catholics can use to defend their faith; teens and online dating, and more.
WOMEN AND THE CHURCH
Various perspectives to discuss the authentic role of women in the Church; two nuns who minister to the elderly and the infirm; Dr. Ray holds a mock-trial for a squabbling family, and answers audience questions.
WHAT DO PRIESTS KNOW
Fr. Larry Richards discusses the role of priests; a widowed man who became a priest shares his experience of faith, business, and family; mental illness and discernment, and more.
High school students share their outlook on college and Catholicism; Fr. Larry addresses complaint that Mass is boring; how fast paced lives affect the teenage years, and more.