OnePeterFive Podcast

OnePeterFive Podcast
By OnePeterFive Podcast
About this podcast
Catholic news, commentary, and analysis. Rebuilding Catholic culture. Restoring Catholic tradition.
Latest episodes
Dec. 12, 2017
Guests: Dr. John Joy, Co-Founder and President of the St. Albert the Great Center for Scholastic studies, and author of the forthcoming book, On the Ordinary and Extraordinary Magisterium from Joseph Kleutgen to the Second Vatican Council, and Dr. Michael Sirilla, Director of Graduate Theology at Franciscan University of Steubenville and author of The Ideal Bishop: Aquinas’s Commentaries on the Pastoral Epistles. Description: With the recent addition of the letter from Pope Francis affirming the Amoris Laetitia guidelines from the Buenos Aires bishops in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis (AAS), many are questioning what making such a letter an “official act of the Apostolic See” really means. Today, we speak with two theologians about exactly that, and what is required from the faithful in response to such an action. Related Links: Pope’s Letter on Argentinian Communion Guidelines for Remarried Given Official Status (1P5) Authentic Magisterium and Religious Submission – (1P5) Statement from Cardinal Coccopalmerio on the pope’s letter being placed in the AAS – (Crux) Original Buenos Aires guidelines – (translated by LifeSiteNews) Original papal letter to Buenos Aires Bishops affirming said guidelines – (translated by LifeSiteNews) Canon Law implications of the entry of the letter into the AAS – Dr. Edward Peters/In the Light of the Law Please remember to stop by and give us a positive review on iTunes so that more people can find our podcast! The post Ep. 44 – Dr. John Joy & Dr. Michael Sirilla on “Authentic Magisterium” & the Acta Apostolicae Sedis appeared first on OnePeterFive.
Aug. 25, 2017
Guest: Eric Sammons, Catholic writer and author of six books, including The Old Evangelization: How to Spread the Faith Like Jesus Did. Description: What is evangelization? What does it mean to evangelize? What are the goals and means to be successful in carrying out the Great Commission? In this epsiode, Steve talks to Eric Sammons, who has been involved in evangelization efforts for 25 years to get answers on how to be apostles seeking conversion in the modern world. Related Links: The Old Evangelization: How to Spread the Faith Like Jesus Did – (Amazon link) Eric Sammons’ author page at 1P5 “The Missing Ingredient in Today’s Catholic Evangelization” – article by Eric Sammons (mentioned in the podcast) “Making Mass ‘Relevant’ is Irrelevant to Evangelization“- article by Eric Sammons (mentioned in the podcast) Eric Sammons’ Website Please remember to stop by and give us a positive review on iTunes so that more people can find our podcast! The post Ep. 43 – Eric Sammons on “The Old Evangelization” appeared first on OnePeterFive.
Aug. 3, 2017
Guest: Michael Hichborn, founder and president of The Lepanto Institute. Description: The Catholic Church remains the largest charitable organization in the world, but are all of its programs and outreach efforts abiding by the Catholic moral and ethical framework? As Michael Hichborn has investigated the Church’s charitable work through groups like the Catholic Campaign for Human Development, Caritas Internationalis, and Catholic Relief Services, he’s uncovered wide-ranging problems that include massive distribution of contraception in direct violation of Catholic teaching. I talk to Michael about the work he’s doing at The Lepanto Institute, some of the troubling things he has discovered, and his assessment of why despite some positive results, so little is being done in many places to correct them. Related Links: The Lepanto Institute website. Our coverage of the papal Mass in the Philippines and the Filipino bishops’ response to our analysis. Excerpt of the Filipino bishops’ statement on Amoris Laetitia Lepanto Institute Podcast Season 1, Episode 19 (Discussion of Fr. Francis Palou) Please remember to stop by and give us a positive review on iTunes so that more people can find our podcast! The post Ep. 42 – Michael Hichborn on The Lepanto Institute and Corruption in Catholic Organizations appeared first on OnePeterFive.
June 7, 2017
Guest: Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, theologian, philosopher, composer, liturgical expert, author, founding faculty member of Wyoming Catholic College. Description: How did we get the Novus Ordo — the New Mass? What led to it? Who was Archbishop Bugnini? Why didn’t more bishops resist the changes to the liturgy? What do we do now? This wide-ranging and frank discussion with Dr. Peter Kwasniewski, author of Resurgent in the Midst of Crisis and the forthcoming Noble Beauty, Transcendent Holiness: Why the Modern Age Needs the Mass of Ages, seeks to answer some of these questions, and more. Related Links: Peter’s author page at OnePeterFive Peter’s author page at Angelico Press, where his upcoming book will be released. Resurgent in the Midst of Crisis: Sacred Liturgy, the Traditional Latin Mass, and Renewal in the Church  The Heresy of Formlessness – Martin Mosebach A Bitter Trial: Evelyn Waugh and John Cardinal Heenan on the Liturgical Changes – Evelyn Waugh, Cardinal John Heenan, Alcuin Reid (Editor) The Memoirs of Louis Bouyer: From Youth and Conversion to Vatican II, the Liturgical Reform, and After – John Pepino Sacred Signs – Romano Guardini The Spirit of the Liturgy  – Romano Guardini Nothing Superfluous – Fr. James W. Jackson, FSSP Treasure and Tradition: The Ultimate Guide to the Latin Mass – Lisa Bergman Sacrosanctum Concilium – Constitution On The Sacred Liturgy, Vatican II Quo Primum – Papal Bull of Pope St. Pius V, 1570 Letter Of His Holiness Benedict XVI To The Bishops On The Occasion Of The Publication Of The Apostolic Letter “Motu Proprio Data” Summorum Pontificum Apostolic Letter Given Motu Proprio Summorum Pontificum On The Use Of The Roman Liturgy Prior To The Reform Of 1970 Una Voce Wyoming Please remember to stop by and give us a positive review on iTunes so that more people can find our podcast! The post Ep. 41 – Peter Kwasniewski on Liturgical Reform appeared first on OnePeterFive.
March 6, 2017
Guest: Joseph Sciambra, former gay man turned author, speaker, and Catholic evangelist. Description: From promotion of the LGBT agenda at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress to the rise of transgenderism to the controversies surrounding Milo Yiannopoulos to the dark reality of homosexual clergy, this wide-ranging interview runs long for a 1P5 podcast at nearly two hours, but a lot of ground is covered that will make it well worth your time. NOTE:  While we take care not to be too graphic, some listeners may find certain topics discussed in this podcast disturbing; some are inappropriate for children. Listener discretion is advised. Related Links: Joseph Sciambra’s blog Joseph Sciambra’s book, Swallowed by Satan Sons of St. Joseph – apostolate for men who want to leave the “gay” lifestyle Report on Archbishop Paglia’s homoerotic mural Please remember to stop by and give us a positive review on iTunes so that more people can find our podcast! The post Ep. 40 – Joseph Sciambra appeared first on OnePeterFive.
March 6, 2017
Guest: Joseph Sciambra, former gay man turned author, speaker, and Catholic evangelist. Description: From promotion of the LGBT agenda at the Los Angeles Religious Education Congress to the rise of transgenderism to the controversies surrounding Milo Yiannopoulos to the dark reality of […] The post Podcast Ep. 40 – Joseph Sciambra appeared first on OnePeterFive.
Feb. 28, 2017
Guest: Dr. Michael Sirilla, Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Franciscan University of Steubenville Description: “The Snowbank” is the term Steve came up with, eventually, to try to describe this episode’s haphazard dive into the aftermath of Amoris Laetitia. “I don’t know if you’ve ever had to shovel the snowbank at the end of the driveway after the plow goes through…you don’t know where to start. There’s just too much. And you know if you don’t start digging out, you’re just not ever going to get through, and it’s just going to ice over ’till spring.” The post Ep. 39: The Snowbank appeared first on OnePeterFive.
Feb. 28, 2017
Guest: Dr. Michael Sirilla, Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Franciscan University of Steubenville Description: “The Snowbank” is the term Steve came up with, eventually, to try to describe this episode’s haphazard dive into the aftermath of Amoris Laetitia. “I don’t know if you’ve ever […] The post Ep. 39: The Snowbank appeared first on OnePeterFive.
Oct. 13, 2016
The podcast is finally back! In the first show of the fall, Steve tackles the thing that seems to be weighing on everyone: what a difficult year it has been. The challenges, the crosses, the unexpected suffering. The incredible turmoil in the Church. We’re tired. We’re worried. We’re almost out of punches. But there’s still so far to go. Steve also reveals what he thinks God’s big plan is here — at least the broad outlines, and why this should give us hope. The post Ep. 38: The Podcast Returns appeared first on OnePeterFive.
Oct. 13, 2016
The podcast is finally back! In the first show of the fall, Steve tackles the thing that seems to be weighing on everyone: what a difficult year it has been. The challenges, the crosses, the unexpected suffering. The incredible turmoil […] The post Ep. 38: The Podcast Returns appeared first on OnePeterFive.