Season 9, June Course: Pastoralia

Pentecost week! May the Holy Ghost enlighten us in this time after Pentecost! After preparing last month for the coming of the Holy Ghost and praying for Our Lady’s intercession, we come now, with renewed strength, to the month of the Sacred Heart. This June, we consider not only the mysteries of Our Divine Lord, but of each Person of the Blessed Trinity, as we first celebrate the gifts of the Holy Ghost, then Trinity Sunday, and finally, the beautiful feast of Corpus Christi. With the many opportunities for obtaining grace this month, we can surely rely on the Sacred Heart of Jesus to secure for us peace and truth, Who is the Light and the Truth, in these days of darkness and doubt.

Although it seems rather difficult to find reliable information these days, we can always count on a good Catholic priest to direct us to find the truth in uncertain matters. In the new episodes of Pastoralia, Fr. Stephen McKenna helps clear up some controversial subjects which are seldom discussed by the clergy. Throughout these discussions, Stephen Heiner and his guest, Fr. McKenna, endeavour to provide a Catholic perspective on certain secular topics, from Immigration to Vaccines. These 8 new episodes will be released throughout the month, beginning on June 2nd.

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Join Stephen Heiner as he discovers Fr. McKenna’s perspective on these topics which are pertinent to our society, including Drugs and Narcotics, The Big Bang Theory, and, coincidentally, the very relevant subject of Vaccines.

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Pastoralia, Episode 11: Immigration

Fr. Stephen McKenna returns to Restoration Radio to discuss more topics that are not covered in sermons but are too lengthy to discuss briefly at coffee and donuts on Sunday after Mass. In this...


Pastoralia, Episode 12: Modesty

Modesty is an issue of great concern to Our Lady, and hence necessarily to Our Lord. In this episode, Father discusses why modesty is much more a mindset rather than a specific way of...


Pastoralia, Episode 13: Public Bathing and Watersports

In this episode, Father and Stephen discuss the cult of sunbathing and the necessary precautions one needs to take in order to swim in a public setting. A special note of thanks to Nicholas...


Pastoralia, Episode 14: Drugs and Narcotics

In this episode, Father McKenna talks about medical marijuana and whether it can be used by Catholics. The discussion continues on to involve recreational use of marijuana, and why it cannot be compared to...


Pastoralia, Episode 15: Heliocentrism, Geocentrism, and Flat-Earth

In this episode, Father and Stephen discuss heliocentrism and geocentrism from the perspective of what the Church has taught and what is permissible to hold. The Galileo case is briefly recapped and a few...


Pastoralia, Episode 16: Aliens

Why is there such an obsession with alien life and colonies on Mars or the Moon? What does the Church have to say on these subjects? Take a listen to this episode for some...


Pastoralia, Episode 17: Big Bang Theory

In this episode, Stephen and Father explain Big Bang Theory, Pius XII’s reference to it, and whether it is compatible with Catholic cosmology. A special note of thanks to Nicholas Wilton for allowing us...


Pastoralia, Episode 18: Vaccines

In this final episode of the season, Fr. McKenna discusses whether it is moral to vaccinate your child and then goes on to discuss the state of modern vaccines and things we should be...


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