Truth in Charity explores religion and spirituality through topical conversations with Bishop Rhoades and his guests.
At the recent Rekindle the Fire men’s conference, Bishop sat down with Kyle for a question-and-answer session. Men attending the conference submitted their questions that day, Kyle asked them, and Bishop answered. And that’s what we’re bringing you this week. 
On this episode, Bishop and Kyle continue talking about “caring for the sick”…one of the Corporal Works of Mercy. Last week, the focus was on Our Lady of Lourdes and the World Day of the Sick. This week, it’s about Jesus’s encounters with the sick and our invitation to do the same. Plus two saints...
Next up in our series on the Corporal Works of Mercy: “Caring for the Sick.” On this episode, Bishop and Kyle talk about how February 11th is connected to this work of mercy. The date has special meaning for a couple of different reasons. First, it’s the Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes. Hear more...
We’re continuing our series on the Corporal Works of Mercy this week by focusing on “visiting those in prison.” Hear about the years Bishop spent ministering to those in jail and the call to show compassion to prisoners. The show wraps up by broadening the focus a bit to include other forms of imprisonment including...
As we continue our series on the Corporal Works of Mercy, we shift our attention to “clothing the naked.” There’s the literal interpretation and there’s also a deeper way to look at it…including other forms of nakedness like: human trafficking, unsafe working conditions, and multiple ways human dignity suffers. 
On this episode, we continue our series on the Seven Corporal Works of Mercy by focusing on “sheltering the homeless.” Hear about all the different ways this can apply to our lives…from sheltering the stranger to the migrant.
Bishop continues our series on the Corporal Works of Mercy by focusing on “Giving Drink to the Thirsty.” Hear more about the universal right to access clean water and how we can help those who experience water poverty.
On this episode, Bishop starts our series on the Corporal Works of Mercy by focusing in on “feed the hungry.” Hear about its Biblical roots and the ways we can respond to the hungry in our communities, our country, and our world.
Christmas blessings from Bishop Rhoades! We’ll be back with a new episode on January 4th, 2022! 
On this episode, Bishop continues looking at the special Masses leading up to Christmas. Hear about the Gospel readings for the 22nd through the 24th which includes Mary’s Magnificat as well as Zechariah getting his voice back and praising the Lord for fulfilling his promises.  The episode ends with Bishop’s prediction on who will win the Cupertino Classic next week!