GOD'S BLUEPRINT FOR A HAPPY LIFE
Did you ever wish you had a blueprint for a happy and fulfilling life? Well, God has given you one. It’s called the Ten Commandments, and faithfully following them can help guide your attitudes, beliefs and actions, leading you to a rich and rewarding life in Christ. Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers and Fr. Brian Mullady provide a step-by-step guide for getting the most out of these rules all Catholics should take to heart and make an essential part of daily life – here is a Series-page-appropriate size - Deacon Harold Burke-Sivers and Fr. Brian Mullady provide a step-by-step guide for getting the most out of the Ten Commandments, and show how faithfully following them leads to a rich and rewarding life in Christ.
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THE LAW OF THE LORD
What is the true meaning of the law in Scripture? As you'll see, the law of God is not just about duty. It’s intimately connected to inner peace of the soul and the perfection of human flourishing.
GOD IS LOVE
Deacon Harold and Fr. Mullady engage in a stimulating discussion of the first three commandments, how they’re connected and how they relate to the virtues of religion and covenant love.
NO OTHER GODS
Issues of superstition and idolatry are on the agenda today as our hosts tackle the burning question: Can religious practices be excessive? Learn how to prioritize quality over quantity in your life.
HOLY IS HIS NAME
What is meant by the term "defective religion"? Deacon Harold and Fr. Mullady explore the misunderstandings behind its use, and discuss topics of perjury, tempting God, sacrilege and simony.
THE DAY OF THE LORD
Catholics know it's a mortal sin to intentionally miss Mass on Sunday. Our hosts provide important context by showing how the third commandment encourages adoration, devotion, prayer and sacrifice.
GOD’S PLAN FOR THE FAMILY
God has a plan for the family. Today, our hosts discuss the importance of piety in relation to significant others in our lives, and show how justice regarding families and our country leads to happiness.
RESPECT FOR LIFE
Deacon Harold and Fr. Mullady explore right-to-life issues, and how the taking of innocent life, death penalty and just war theory run counter to the Gospels and God's blueprint for a happy life.
THE DIGNITY OF PERSONS
What's wrong with saying: "It's my body so I can do what I like with it."? An exploration of the issues of suicide, abortion, euthanasia and human happiness, and how they relate to end of life decisions.
MALE AND FEMALE HE CREATED THEM
Does God belong in the bedroom? Our hosts discuss how a monogamous marriage between a man and a woman leads to a lifetime of human happiness, while divorce contributes to human sadness.
THE ROLE OF SOCIETY IN THE FAMILY
Deacon Harold and Father Mullady explain how the proper place to nurture human happiness is the home, not the state or the school system, and offer practical advice for Catholic families everywhere.
THE VALUE OF WORK
What is the proper relationship between work and happiness? Fr. Mullady and Deacon Harold reveal the secrets of how to find value in work and why a basic foundation of social justice is a just reward.
THE ECONOMY AND SOCIAL JUSTICE
What would be the best form of business to further human happiness? Our hosts look at whether the ideals of economic centralization and state ownership are essential to economic justice and peace.
LIVING IN THE TRUTH
Deacon Harold and Fr. Mullady discuss why it's so important to tell the truth, and explore the unexpected consequences of lying to make others happy or to avoid unpleasantness, awkwardness and pain.
THE ROLE OF SECULAR AND SOCIAL MEDIA
Is lying necessary to get ahead? Is it OK to lie to your family if the truth will cause them pain? Our hosts debate whether the government, media and others have a responsibility to tell the truth.
THE DESIRE FOR GOD
What are the keys to human satisfaction? Deacon Harold and Father Mullady explain why the pursuit of pleasure, covetousness, pornography and other human vices leads to a false sense of happiness.