Saint Paul Podcast 

Saint Paul is a universally loved and respected figure in Christianity. In this episode of the Christian Circle podcast, I discuss the life and legacy of this great Saint with Pamela Q Fernandes

We discus his biographical history, the story of his conversion, his life after conversion, and lessons we can learn from his life.

(These links are all for the same episode, just on different podcast carriers and apps)

Click this link for the iTunes version: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-christian-circle/id1195356214?mt=2#episodeGuid=tag%3Asoundcloud%2C2010%3Atracks%2F325818632

Click this link for the podcast on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-232838965/the-christian-circle-podcast-episode-7-spotlight-on-paul

Click here for the podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZU7EUhws_e4

Click here for TuneIn: http://tunein.com/radio/The-Christian-Circle-p958579/

And finally, click this link for Sticher: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/pamela-fernandes/the-christian-circle

The Story of Salvation; Joshua (part 2)

By Charles Johnston:

In my previous post (The Story of Salvation; Joshua part 1) we looked at Joshua’s life leading up until he arrived at Jericho. It is in Jericho that Joshua would gain his ultimate victory. If you ask any Christian, or Jew, what Joshua is known for they would most likely say  it’s for conquering Jericho. Although he had an eventful life up until this point, and had won some impressive victories, I’d have to agree, because Jericho wasn’t just another military victory. When the walls came down it was through a very unlikely means, and that ensured that all Israel knew who to thank for the victory. (Hint, it wasn’t Joshua) Continue reading “The Story of Salvation; Joshua (part 2)”

The Story of Salvation; Joshua (part 1)


By Charles Johnston:

In an earlier post in this series (Intel Report ) I wrote about Joshua as a supporting character, now is his time to step up to the main stage.

Throughout the children of Israel’s time wandering the desert, Joshua was Moses’ lieutenant and the commander of his army (as can be seen in Exodus chapters 17, 24, 32, 33, just for example in one book).  Continue reading “The Story of Salvation; Joshua (part 1)”

Question: Do Catholics Believe Mary Can Save Thier Soul?


Full question by Anonymous:
Some people claim that Mary is a co-Savior. Is this what the Catholic Church believes? Does she have the power to save someone from hell? Continue reading “Question: Do Catholics Believe Mary Can Save Thier Soul?”

Repentance Precedes Forgiveness 

By Charles Johnston:

“This kingdom and this salvation, which are the key words of Jesus Christ’s evangelization, are available to every human being as grace and mercy, and yet at the same time each individual must gain them by force – they belong to the violent, says the Lord, through toil and suffering, through a life lived according to the Gospel, through abnegation and the cross, through the spirit of the beatitudes. But above all each individual gains them through a total interior renewal which the Gospel calls metanoia; it is a radical conversion, a profound change of mind and heart.” – Pope Paul VI Evangelii Nuntiandi (Evangelization in the Modern World)

Continue reading “Repentance Precedes Forgiveness “