LIVING RIGHT WITH DR. RAY - Season 5
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.
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Domino’s Pizza Founder Tom Monaghan on founding Ave Maria University and other Catholic Causes; ways to reintroduce the Catholic faith to those who stray; balancing faith, family and career; when adult children move out of parents’ home, and more.
FR. JOHN RICCARDO
The dynamic Fr. John Riccardo answers questions; teenagers who no longer believe in God; aging and loss of interest; returning to the faith after a long leave; a three-timed widow’s unfailing faith in love and mercy, and more.
Significance of dreams and what God may reveal through them; married Catholic priest’s journey from protestant to priesthood; retired women shares why it’s now time to turn to God, and more.
IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH
Mary Lou Beers shares how her marriage flourish in the Catholic faith after an illness paralyzed her husband; how God loves people “the way they are” but too much to let them stay that way, and more.
NEW MORAL NORMAL (THE)
Former IVF specialist Anthony Caruso discusses ethical solutions to infertility that are compatible with Catholic teachings; teens talk about depression among their peers; advice to parents who have chronically lying children, and more.
True forgiveness in Catholicism; psychiatrist Dr. Lee Reynolds on ways faith can me instrumental in coping with mental illness; possible solutions for anxiety attacks; mother who adopts and cares for terminally ill children, and more.
OBLIVIOUS AT MASS
Keeping all ages focused on Holy Mass; Catholic Humorist and Susie Lloyd joins; ninety year-old priest explains how music influenced his vocation; advice on adoption and birth families, and more.
Two Catholic women offer their perspective on raising children; Dr. Ray answers viewers’ questions on children fearing their parents; Fr. Larry Richards offers insights on ways to have a healthy self-image, and more.
Fr. Larry Richards’ practical advice to parents and their children before and during college years; Tom Monaghan on the reasons founded a faithfully Catholic College, Ave Maria University; 102 year-old woman actively lives her faith daily, and more.
Harvard trained psychiatrist Dr. Lee Reynolds blends modern medicine and faith to guide those suffering with mental illness; when spouses return to their faith; is dealing with one problem at a time effective, and more.
ALL ABOUT ADOPTION
Dr. Ray and Gail Wisend, mother of 16 adopted special needs children, discuss adoption; friction within family dynamics, including adult sibling rivalry and fights, and different ways to handle an aging parent.
MISTAKES IN PARENTING
Sue Morey discusses parenting decisions with Dr. Ray, as they review the things they wish they had done differently; why elderly people do not need to feel sorry for themselves; Fr. Larry Richards answers audience questions, and more.
MY UGLY PAST
Dr. Ray and Fr. Larry Richards share how they should reveal their past to their spouses and children; teenagers offer their views on strict parenting; ethical fertility treatments and practices, and more.
SPIRIT WORLD (THE)
Fr. Mike Driscoll and Dr. Ray separate fact from fiction when discussing the supernatural, demons, and exorcism; advice for less zealous and faithful family members; if mental illnesses can hinder consciences, and more.
Fr. Larry Richards and Dr. Ray discuss how a strong Catholic faith makes for a strong father; viewers ask about adult children who have left the Church; Author Gary Zimak’s latest book on dealing with fear, anxiety, and worry, and more.
PART TIME CATHOLICS
Talking with friends and family whose faith only surfaces at times like Christmas and Easter; practical steps in understanding and living with mental illness with Christian Psychologist Dr. Lee Reynolds, and more.