The Catecast #0015 – God’s Law

A Cayman Gabriel Media Production

IThe Catecast #0015 – God’s Law, host Mark Moorhead discusses God’s gift of the Ten Commandments to the Israelites (and to all of us), offers an “Everything Old is New” segment on Lv 13:1-2, 44-46 and Mk 1:40-45, shares a “Father Knows Best” segment on hope by Fr. Louis Thomas, and gives a reflection on a listener comment regarding the priesthood.

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In The Catecast #0015 – God’s Law:

  • Mark…
  • discusses God’s gift of the Ten Commandments to the Israelites
  • offers an “Everything Old is New” segment on the upcoming Sunday Mass readings.
  • shares a “Father Knows Best” segment on hope, by Fr. Louis Thomas
  • gives a reflection on some aspects of the priesthood

Interact with the show and be featured on The Catecast!

That’s right!  Share your thoughts and we’ll share them on the show!  Listener comments are most welcome, and if you’ve got questions, fire away.  Maybe we’ll even feature your question in the next “Food For Thought” segment!

About The Catecast

The Catecast is a podcast that aims to share the Catholic faith with anyone who wants to learn.  Mark, the host, does this in his own engaging style.  He relies on over 15 years of full-time catechetical experience and an advanced educational background in Catholic theology.  His systematic approach is simultaneously thorough yet entertaining, and it’s sure to capture your attention.  You’ll be having fun and learning more about the Catholic faith in no time!

Many thanks to Ben Walther for permission to use his inspirational music in the production of the show and to Father Louis Thomas for his “Father Knows Best” reflections!

The current strand of lessons are based on the Christ Our Life series by Loyola Press.

Stay tuned for more next time as we continue “casting the net” to win souls for Jesus Christ on The Catecast.

The Catecast #0015 - God's Law

Author: Cayman Gabriel

Cayman Gabriel is the founder of Cayman Gabriel Media. He produces works of Christian fiction with a Catholic flavor and is a frequent contributor to the blog.

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