Made for Love
Ep 62: Overcoming Resentment in Marriage

Ep 62: Overcoming Resentment in Marriage

April 9, 2021

Dr. Greg and Lisa Popcak are back for part 2 of our interview on overcoming resentment, this time in marriage. Later, Kara returns to talk about chapters 3-4 of Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love.

 

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Ep 61: Dating, Breakups, and Pixar’s Soul

Ep 61: Dating, Breakups, and Pixar’s Soul

March 23, 2021

Dr. Greg and Lisa Popcak are here to offer ways to help with resentment in dating and breakups. Kara joins us to cover Pixar's most recent film Soul, starring Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey, because how could we not? Jazz and metaphysics never went so well together.

 

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Ep 60: Accompaniment and Same-Sex Attraction

Ep 60: Accompaniment and Same-Sex Attraction

March 5, 2021

Fr. Philip Bochanski, Executive Director of Courage International, about accompaniment and same-sex attraction. Then Kara joins us to start our journey through Dr. Edward Sri’s Men, Women, and the Mystery of Love, with detours through Sex and the City and the Supreme Court. You know, like you’d expect.

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Ep 59: Sacraments and the Body

Ep 59: Sacraments and the Body

February 2, 2021

Made for Love returns to talk about the impact of the sacraments on life as an embodied person, plus Andrew and Kara chat about the Studio Ghibli classic movie My Neighbor Totoro.

 

Thanks to Sara Perla for everything she did to get this show off the ground and pilot it for the first two years. Without her efforts, we would not be able to continue on. She has moved on to work at the Catholic Project on their podcast "Crisis".

 

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Ep 58: Love in the Time of COVID

Ep 58: Love in the Time of COVID

April 17, 2020

In this pandemic, it is more important than ever to love one another! Today's episode features Amy Stout (and family), Sarah Engel, Fr. Dan Leary of the Archdiocese of Washington, and Jason Kidd. This is also the last episode of Made for Love for now, as Sara Perla is leaving for another adventure!

Minisode: Love on the Streets

Minisode: Love on the Streets

March 20, 2020

Kathryn Jean Lopez meets Christ on the streets every day in New York City.

Ep 57: Racism and the Family, Part Two

Ep 57: Racism and the Family, Part Two

March 13, 2020

The primary place for education on human dignity is the family. Racism has no place in Catholic families. Today’s episode features Bishop Fabre of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, Danielle Brown, Associate Director of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism for the USCCB, and Louis Damani Jones, intern at the Catholic Campaign for Human Development in St. Louis. Reminder that show notes are at the blog at Marriage: Unique for a Reason.

Ep 56: Racism and the Family, Part One

Ep 56: Racism and the Family, Part One

March 6, 2020

The primary place for education on human dignity is the family. Racism has no place in Catholic families. Today’s episode features Bishop Fabre of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux, Danielle Brown, Associate Director of the Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism for the USCCB, and Louis Damani Jones, intern at the Catholic Campaign for Human Development in St. Louis. 

Minisode: A Mother’s Love

Minisode: A Mother’s Love

February 24, 2020

Mary's son made a surprise announcement one Sunday: I'm no longer Catholic or Christian, and by the way, I'm gay. 

Ep 55: Remarriage after Death

Ep 55: Remarriage after Death

February 13, 2020

When Catholics marry, they promise to be together “as long as we both shall live.” Death brings about the end of a marriage, and the other partner is free to marry again. Today we’ll hear the stories of men and women who have married after losing their first spouse to death. The episode features Randy and Lucy Hines and Andy and Beth Huseman.

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