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Ten Thousand Places – Episodes

If the Eucharist is literally the body and blood of Jesus Christ, then why does it taste like bread and wine? And what is transubstantiation, anyway? Tune into this episode for answers to these questions and more. If you would like to suggest an episode topic or contribute financially to the podcast, please contact us at tenthousandplacespodcast@gmail.com
When Catholics say the Eucharist is the body and blood of Jesus, are they for real? Is the Eucharist for real? This episode will explore some of the scriptural, historical, and practical reasons why Catholics take Jesus at his word when he says, “This is my body.” If you would like to suggest an episode topic or contribute...
If you admit that you exist, and you know what a contradiction is, then you have all the ingredients you need for a proof of God’s existence. Listen to find out more. And if you would like to suggest an episode topic or contribute financially to the podcast, please contact us at tenthousandplacespodcast@gmail.com
Can one prove the existence of God? What is a philosophical argument? And who is St. Bonaventure, anyway? This episode explores answers to these questions and more. If you would like to suggest an episode topic or contribute financially to the podcast, please contact us at tenthousandplacespodcast@gmail.com
The stew of ideas in which most Europeans and Americans live today has been shaped greatly by a period of history called “The Enlightenment.” But what is the Enlightenment? And how might it be influencing the way we think about history, politics, the Church, the value of curiosity, and even knowledge itself?
Human beings are image-bearers of God the Father, so we come to know ourselves when we first get to know God. But just as there is a difference between following in someone’s footsteps and merely aping that person’s actions, there are many ways we can go wrong when we look to our Father for love...
Faith is more than just a relationship between me and God. The Catholic faith is handed on and received. Because we are a Body we depend and rely on each other for worship and the lived reality of faith, which is love.
What’s a Triduum? This episode unpacks how the liturgy of Holy week unfolds the mystery central to our faith: Jesus’ Passion, Death, and Resurrection. Link for show notes: Ancient Homily for Holy Saturday https://youtu.be/h-Iq4o0uw_g
Many recent Catholic debates have centered around whether doctrine can change or not. This episode explores how Catholic doctrine authentically develops and how that impacts Pope Francis’ recent change allowing women to be instituted acolytes and lectors.
This week we celebrate Laetare Sunday, the half-way point of Lent. We discuss the significance of this Sunday and the way it forms our expectation and rejoicing for the celebrations that are to come in Easter For more check out “Ten Thousand Places” More Episodes: Show Notes: https://spokestreet.com/ttp003