Let’s Talk is StarQuest’s community podcast, where we discuss the things that matter to you. Whether it’s interesting guests or people from the StarQuest family of podcasters, panelists, and community members, we talk about what’s going on today, yesterday, and tomorrow. Let’s Talk is based on your contributions and feedback, so join the conversation today.
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Let’s Talk to Tom & Noëlle Crowe - Fr. Cory Sticha and Mac Barron talk to Tom & Noëlle Crowe, hosts of the new SQPN podcast American Catholic History about how they got started as well as their ministry running a Montessori school in a poor community, and more. Let’s Talk about Holy Relics - Veneration of relics of saints is uniquely Catholic and often misunderstood. Fr. Cory Sticha is joined by Barb Gilman and Pat Scott to talk about relics, their purpose in our spiritual lives, how one may experience them, and the experiences that the panelists have had with them. Let’s Talk about the Reality of the Devil - When the head of the Jesuits recently seemed to downplay the reality of the Devil, a lot of Catholics were troubled. Fr. Cory Sticha, Joanne Mercier, and Pat Scott talk about the reality of the Devil, how he works in the world, and how Jesus helps us defend ourselves against him. A Special Message from StarQuest’s Dom Bettinelli - Dom Bettinelli has an urgent message to all listeners of StarQuest shows. We need your help right now. Please listen to this brief recording and then visit sqpn.com/give today. Thank you. (If you subscribe to multiple StarQuest shows, you may receive this message more than once.) Let’s Talk about Belief in the Real Presence - A new poll says that only a third of US Catholics believe that the Eucharist is the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of Jesus Christ. Fr. Cory Sticha, Pat Scott, and Fr. Michael Gossett talk about those findings, what it means for the Church, and what we can do about it.