Every Knee Shall Bow (Your Catholic Evangelization Podcast)
Your Catholic Evangelization Podcast
We found 10 episodes of Every Knee Shall Bow (Your Catholic Evangelization Podcast) with the tag “parish”.
Training New Hires to Change the World
June 23rd, 2021 | Season 0 | 42 mins 17 secs
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The call to evangelization and discipleship starts with the way you onboard and train the new hires at your parish, apostolate, or non-profit organization. Today, Dave "Digital Shabbat" VanVickle and I continue our discussion about hiring and training mission driven employees who will change the world. We provide you with more concrete advice so you can successfully onboard your new hires.
Transforming Men’s Ministry in Your Parish
June 24th, 2020 | 42 mins 42 secs
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Dave “Living Large”' VanVickle and I address a question sent in by one of our listeners, Dante, on the Catholic Church’s struggle to engage men. We discuss the importance of community for men, and share tactics on how to transform men’s ministry in your parish.
High School Apathy
May 20th, 2020 | 43 mins 5 secs
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Today, Dave “Slippery Slope'' Vanvickle and I address a listener’s email about teaching the faith to teens and heroic virtue.
Quarantine Q’s: Teaching the Faith, Tithing, and Youth Groups
May 13th, 2020 | 35 mins 11 secs
catholic, catholic church, catholic faith, catholic families, catholic parents, catholic parish, evangelization, evangelize, faith, ministry, mission, parish, tithe, tithing, youth ministry
Today, Dave “Homefool” Vanvickle and I are answering questions from you! This week, we talk about teaching kids at home, tithing, and how to do youth ministry during quarantine.
Our Number One Focus for Parish Ministry
April 1st, 2020 | 31 mins 37 secs
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If we could re-do our parish ministries knowing everything we know now, what would we do? Given that resources are running low at many parishes, Dave and I zero in on the number one thing we would focus on if we could go back in time.
Aquinas, Apologetics, and Morality with Fr. Gregory Pine
March 4th, 2020 | 1 hr 11 mins
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Today I’m speaking with Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P., the Assistant Director for Campus Outreach at the Thomistic Institute. We mix apologetics, intellectual formation, campus ministry, and morality, and sprinkle a healthy dose of Aquinas on top. Text “EKSB” to 33-777 to subscribe or email us at [email protected]
The Poverty of the Cross
February 26th, 2020 | 48 mins 31 secs
catholic, catholic parishes, catholicism, christ, christian, christianity, cross, crucifixion, dave vanvickle, glory story, gomer, jesus, jesus christ, mike gormley, ministry, parish
Dave “He Must Increase, I Must Decrease” VanVickle is not joining me (Mike “Gomer” Gormley) today, but we’ve still got a great show. First, I talk about the poverty of the Cross, how Jesus was stripped of everything, and suffered like no one else ever has or ever will and how that needs to be at the absolute center of everything we do. Next, I read some glory stories from our audience (someone from Ireland wrote in, so we’re bonafide international now). It’s amazing to hear about the good things happening in parishes, since we’re constantly inundated with negative news. Finally, I answer a couple questions about how to make meetings more Christocentric, and how to include the kerygma in training efforts.
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Spiritual Direction, Church Scandals, and Religion at Work
February 12th, 2020 | 43 mins 9 secs
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Dave “The Kangaroo” VanVickle and I are bouncing around (see what I did there?) answering your questions about spiritual direction, Church scandals, and bringing Jesus into secular work environments, like the medical field and academia.
Why We Can’t Earn God’s Love
February 5th, 2020 | 53 mins 28 secs
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Dave “The Meateater” VanVickle and I talk about the trap of thinking we need to earn God’s love. This idea is what leads us to that “holier-than-thou” attitude where we congratulate ourselves for not sinning, and then look down on those who are struggling with sin. The reality is that God is a loving father who will give us what we need to serve and love him (aka grace). It’s not through our own efforts that we earn God’s love, it is a free gift that we can respond to … or not.
The Christian Meaning of Generosity
January 8th, 2020 | 11 mins 15 secs
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Dave “Brother from the Blessed Mother” VanVickle is unfortunately not with us today. Just before Christmas, Dave’s wife was diagnosed with stage four cancer, so please storm heaven with your prayers for Amber VanVickle and their family! Today is a short episode about the meaning of generosity in the Christian life. We don’t usually hear about generosity until tithing time, but generosity extends far beyond dollars. We need to practice generosity at all times, especially when it comes to our prayers and participation in the Church.