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Apologies for the lengthy delay since my last episode! Today is a solo show--I share some life updates (nothing major--just very busy lately!), ask for your feedback on what you want to hear on the show in 2023, talk about some recent developments in the news, and share some of the things I most appreciate about Pope Benedict XVI, who entered into …
 
Today on the show we take a break from our regular programming to talk about antisemitism and the dangers of its counterfeit gospel. Using Ye's recent remarks about Hitler as a launching point, we discuss the rise of antisemitism on the political right and dissect Mit Brennender Sorge's, Pope Pius XI's encyclical to Germans in 1937, to talk about w…
 
On this week's installment, we banter a bit about film and storytelling and do a food-themed Misinformation segment before diving into our close read for the week: an interview of Fen de Villiers in the European Conservative. Then we wrap with our recommendations for the week (linked below). Breakthrough: https://europeanconservative.com/articles/i…
 
This week, we dive into Wes Anderson's masterpiece Rushmore before covering a misinformation segment that includes art vandalism, a malady called Alice in Wonderland Syndrome, and Heidi Klum's halloween costume. Then we do a close read of Kat Rosenfield's debut piece in National Review and uncover what it reveals about the state of American politic…
 
Today on the show, Andrew Petiprin rejoins for What a Week to talk about the crisis of our boys and how we can help them. We also revisit last week’s postliberalism discussion and talk about the strange case of John Fetterman, who concealed a serious medical condition from voters in Pennsylvania. Mentioned on the show: Alzheimer’s Study: https://ww…
 
Today on the show we review listener feedback before diving into a misinformation segment that features ice cream, Richard Nixon, The Simpsons, and mosquito magnets. Then we turn to Michael Hanby’s critique of post liberalism before wrapping up with some recommendations. Mentioned on the show: “Are We Postliberal Yet” by Michael Hanby: https://newp…
 
Today on the show, we discuss the State Fair of Texas, John Fetterman’s absurd Senate candidacy, Elon Musk, the American Federation of Teachers, and Roger Scruton. Links for things mentioned on the show: Misinformation:New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/10/10/us/politics/biden-exaggeration-falsehood.htmlSaving Ukraine: https://twitter.com…
 
NOTE: A previous version of this podcast had distorted volume levels on the audio tracks. If you have volume issues on your episode, delete the file and redownload. That should fix the problem! Our apologies for the error. --Today on the show, lawyer and author Jeremy Christiansen joins me to talk about growing up in the Church of Jesus Christ of L…
 
Today on the show, Andrew and I talk about the Nord Stream 1 pipeline and who might be responsible (and whether or not you can ask who might be responsible), nuclear war and what a time it is to be alive, abolishing the family, serial tree killers, Joan of Arc doing slam poetry, and the social contagion of TikTok-fueled imagined (or exaggerated) il…
 
On today's episode of Creedal, I'm joined by Dr. Abigail Favale of the University of Notre Dame. Abigail shares her intellectual journey from exvangelical feminist scholar to faithful daughter of the Church, and shares a helpful summary of the intellectual history of feminism that brought us to the radical conclusions of today's gender identity ide…
 
Today on the show we welcome special guest Lauren Spohn to join us in banter about the British monarchy, which pub in Oxford is the best (!), wandering through medieval libraries, and the dangers of "progress." Andrew also leads a misinformation segment featuring Matthew McConaughey, Weird Al Yankovic, and Harrison Ford. Resources: Peter Thiel on t…
 
Today on the show, Andrew Petiprin and I talk about Queen Elizabeth II before embarking on a misinformation segment about racially-motivated layoffs (yikes), blaming September 11 on the rage of white men, and the Department of Treasury auditing tax-delinquent IRS agents. Then we break down Ed Feser’s recent piece, “Perfect World Disorder,” before l…
 
Today on the show, Andrew and I talk about: The importance of owning your own DVDs and CDs Blank Street Coffee, the stranger-than-parody coffee shop taking over NYC (https://www.nytimes.com/2022/08/29/dining/blank-street-coffee.html) "What We Owe the Future" (https://www.amazon.com/dp/1541618629) Slate Star Codex's review of the same (https://astra…
 
Today on "What a Week," we discuss listener Justin's feedback for us on the purpose of art (and the travesty of an "AI Rapper"), and we do a misinformation segment that covers Meghan Markle, Bank of America, predatory lending, and California coping with climate change. Then we do a deep dive into an article in Tablet Magazine on "The Debasement of …
 
On today's installment of What a Week, special guest Bobby Mixa joins Andrew and I to talk through the news of the week. We discuss: Baseball Parks and Fields (and garish stadiums) Gummy Bears Wind Turbines Amazon's "Lord of the Rings" Installment The decline of the University and Federal student loan bailouts And much more! Links mentioned: Willia…
 
On today's installment of What a Week, we run a misinformation segment that covers Queen Elizabeth I, Joan of Arc, Anthony Fauci, the shelving of Batwoman (at a cost of $90 million to Warner Brothers), and more. Then we talk about "progress studies," reviewing this 2019 essay from Patrick Collison and Tyler Cowen: https://www.theatlantic.com/scienc…
 
Today on the show, my friend Larry Chapp rejoins me for a discussion about Desiderio Desideravi, the Pope's comments on the development of dogma, moral theology, and more. Larry's article on Desiderio Desideravi: https://www.ncregister.com/commentaries/desiderio-desideravi-connecting-some-papal-dotsLarry's article on Proportionalism and the Pope: h…
 
On today's installment of What a Week, we run a misinformation segment that covers electoral politics, atomic bombs, Prince Harry, Jim Harbaugh, and Ayman al-Zawahiri. Then we talk about architecture, drawing on @WrathofGnon's work on his Substack (article links below). We finally share some recommendations--links below. The Alluring City (https://…
 
Today on the show, I'm welcoming Andrew Petiprin for the first of many installments of our new weekly show. We discuss:Alana Newhouse's "Everything is Broken": https://www.tabletmag.com/sections/news/articles/everything-is-broken Emma Green's Roe article in The New Yorker: https://www.newyorker.com/news/annals-of-education/what-the-end-of-roe-v-wad…
 
Today on the show, my friend Nathan Crankfield of Seeking Excellence joins me to talk about the challenges of growing up in a biracial family, his journey from dyed-in-the-wool Democrat to registered Republican, his thoughts on Black Lives Matter and the state of national politics, converting to Catholicism, and much more. Tune into the Seeking Exc…
 
Today on the show, author Jessica Hooten Wilson joins me to talk about her latest book, The Scandal of Holiness: Renewing Your Imagination in the Company of Literary Saints. We talk about how imagination shapes the moral life, George Bernanos, Disney movies, and more. Buy Jessica's book: https://www.eighthdaybooks.com/product/125590/The-Scandal-of-…
 
Today on the show, Fr. Bonaventure Chapman joins me for a spirited discussion about our shared Anglican backgrounds, conversion to Catholicism, joining the Dominican order, the sovereignty of God, and film. He'll be back for more, I hope--so write in your questions for next time! zac@creedalpodcast.com…
 
Today on the show, I talk about the development of my thinking on Uvalde since I wrote my Substack piece, raise the basic questions that demand answers in Uvalde, share listener feedback from my Roe episode, and briefly talk about Juneteenth. My Substack piece: https://creedal.substack.com/p/uvalde-and-the-death-of-courageThe Texas Tribune piece: h…
 
Today on the show, my friend Larry Chapp rejoins me to talk about Pope Francis' partial embrace of proportionalism (or at least of proportionalists), his recent comments about "restorationists" in America who reject the Second Vatican Council, and what we should do about it (hint: it starts with "Universal" and ends with "Holiness"!). Read Larry's …
 
Today on the show we talk about the leaked draft opinion that could spill the end of the Roe regime, Archbishop Salvator Cordileone's declaration that Nancy Pelosi cannot present herself for communion, bad arguments for abortion, good arguments against abortion, and more. Send me feedback: zac@creedalpodcast.com…
 
What is Prudence and why do we need it? Today on the show, Fr. Gregory Pine, OP joins us to talk about his newest book, Prudence: Choose Confidently, Live Boldly. We talk about the importance of Prudence, the relationship between intellect and will, how to select spiritual disciplines for oneself, how to manage life with those who don't share your …
 
Today on the show, author Kat Rosenfield joins me to talk about the death of intimacy. We discuss Twitter, the importance of real human touch, the effects of pornography on human relationships, the displacement of the real with the virtual, and much more. To read Kat's article on The Death of Intimacy, head here: https://unherd.com/2022/01/the-deat…
 
Today on the show, we dive into the historical accounts of the Resurrection of Jesus. Is it real? What are the alternative explanations for the Resurrection accounts? How do those explanations hold up under the weight of the evidence? (Spoiler: they don't!) Some resources if you're interested in further reading: Handbook of Christian Apologetics (K…
 
Today on the show, Shaun Blanchard joins me to talk about what changed and what changed at Vatican II, and how the discontinuities hold real meaning for our understanding of ecclesiology (but not necessarily in the way that we might be tempted to think). Shaun is a Senior Research Fellow at the National Institute for Newman Studies, and the author …
 
Today on the show, Boris Ryvkin, a veteran of U.S. policy circles whose family hails from Russia and Ukraine. We talk about Putin's rationality, what Russia wants in Ukraine, the beleaguered history between the two countries, where the conflict goes from here, what the United States can do, the Russian Orthodox Church, and implications for the wide…
 
Today on Creedal, Alexi Sargeant joins me to talk about why we fast and feast as Catholics. Show links below: Cloven Pine Games (Alexi's Game Company): https://cloven-pine-games.itch.io/ Catholic Household Blessings and Prayers: https://store.usccb.org/products/cath... The Little Oratory by Lila Lawler: https://www.amazon.com/Little-Oratory... "To …
 
Today on the show, my friend Robert Mixa of the Word on Fire Institute joins me to talk about our innate human desire for enchantment, how to nurture that desire through Catholic education, Max Weber, the liturgy, Big Tech, and Facebook's Metaverse. It's a wide-ranging conversation that also happens to be really fun. Mentioned on the show:New Age W…
 
Today on the show, author and ex-journalist John Waters joins me to talk about all things Ireland, including the pro-choice lobby, tech firms' takeover of the Emerald Isle, the decline of the Church, and more. To read more of John's work, head to https://johnwaters.substack.com/ Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doZdgFooevs&ab_chann…
 
Today on the show, Fr. Bernard Blankenhorn, OP joins me to talk about the Eucharist. Fr. Blankenhorn is the author of "Bread From Heaven: An Introduction to the Theology of the Eucharist," and joins me from the University of Fribourg in Switzerland, where he is Professor of Dogmatic Theology. To buy and read Fr. Blankenhorn's book (which I highly r…
 
Today on the show, Andrew Petiprin joins me to talk about Netflix's record-breaking movie, "Don't Look Up." We talk about the movie's unexpected hero, its fittingness in a pandemic age, and how it might be saying even more than the director (Adam McKay) intended. Don't Look Up Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbIxYm3mKzI&ab_channel=Netflix …
 
In this discussion, theologian Larry Chapp and I field questions from a live audience and questions that have been presubmitted. We talk about the Eastern Churches, the Anglican Ordinariate, Traditionis Custodes, celibacy, Charles Taylor, what makes a good homily, and more! To watch on YouTube, head to https://youtu.be/c_WAmdPafAU Subscribe to my Y…
 
Today on the show, author Casey Chalk joins me to talk about his new book "The Persecuted: True Stories of Courageous Christians Living Their Faith in Muslim Lands." We talk about the harrowing true stories that Casey learned while living in Thailand, and how Christians today can help our brothers and sisters who experience persecution today. To bu…
 
Today on the show, my friend Larry Chapp joins me for our monthly conversation, this time to talk about the latest communique from the Vatican on the suppression of the Latin Mass. We talk about whether or not the move really is about the liturgy, why Francis isn't entirely wrong in his assumptions, why bluntly wielding an authoritarian hammer is n…
 
Today on the show, Creedal is back for the first time in almost two months. I talk about what I've been up to for the last two months (a cross-country move, new job, and running an international launch at a startup) and share some reflections and recommendations from my 2021. Fr. Bernard Blankenhorn OP's book: https://www.cuapress.org/9780813233956…
 
Today on the show, Dr. Larry Chapp joins me for our monthly conversation, this time about George Bernanos' masterwork novel, "The Diary of a Country Priest." We talk about Bernanos' unlikely hero, the incisive predictions of our modern Church, and the protagonist's recognition that "grace is everywhere." To buy this book from an independent booksel…
 
Today on Creedal, Fr. Jim Baron joins me to talk about Eucharistic Coherence. What is Eucharistic Coherence? Why does it matter? And how does it differ from simply Eucharistic discipline? Who is eligible to receive Communion? Is it legalistic to bar people from receiving? How can parishes cultivate a right attitude toward the Eucharist? How does li…
 
Today on the show, the Word on Fire Institute's Robert Mixa joins me to talk about the witness of St. Maximilian Kolbe, an early 1990s Polish film called "Life for Life," and more! Mentioned on the show: "Life for Life," starring Christoph Waltz: https://watch.formed.org/life-for-life-maximilian-kolbe The Word on Fire Institute: https://wordonfire.…
 
Thanks for tuning in to another episode! Today on the show, Michael Lofton of the Reason & Theology Show joins me to talk about his unique spiritual journey--Judaism to Protestant Christianity to Catholicism to Orthodoxy and back to Catholicism--and what he has learned about the authority of the Church along the way. It's a really good conversation…
 
Today on the show, Bishop Donald Hying of the Diocese of Madison, WI joins me to talk about his latest book, Love Never Fails: Living the Catholic Faith in our Daily Lives. I chat with His Excellency about the difference between self-obsession and love, the distinction between loving God and being loved by God, favorite Bible stories, saints, and P…
 
Today on Creedal, Andrew Petiprin, Fellow in Popular Culture at the Word on Fire Institute, joins me to talk about his journey from Anglican cleric to Catholic layman. Along the way, we talk about why "too Catholic to be Catholic" fails, the "two lungs theory" versus the "branch theory," the Anglican Ordinariate, Andrew's work at Word on Fire, Mare…
 
Today on the show, Larry Chapp of gaudiumetspes22.com joins me for our monthly conversation to talk about Pope Francis' recent motu propri, Traditionis Custodes, and what it tells us about the state of the Catholic Church. Pray for Pope Francis! Pray for our bishops! Pray for our priests! Larry's blog: www.gaudiumetspes22.comCreedal on YouTube: htt…
 
In today's episode, Dr. Lawrence Feingold joins me to discuss his new book, "Touched by Christ: The Sacramental Economy." We discuss Dr. Feingold's conversion to Christianity, the definition of a Sacrament, why there are seven sacraments, "Restored Order," and what the incarnation of Jesus Christ tells us about the Sacraments. To buy Dr. Feingold's…
 
Robert Lewis Dabney's Prescient Anti-Popery w/Casey Chalk You may have heard of Robert Lewis Dabney, a 19th-century Presbyterian minister who, though deeply flawed, accurately forecasted the rise of American Catholicism. In today's episode, Casey Chalk joins me to talk about the work of Dabney and what we can learn from it today. We also talk about…
 
Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement w/Larry Chapp Today on the show Dr. Larry Chapp calls in for our monthly conversation--this time about Dorothy Day, Peter Maurin, the birth of the Catholic Worker Movement, the economics of Catholic Worker Farms, and how the Universal Call to Holiness applies to every single one of us. It's a great conve…
 
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