UST World View — Catholic Focus Pilgrimage to Ireland: When you think of religious pilgrimage, the Holy Land comes to mind, or perhaps the Vatican. But there's another pilgrimage destination where ancient ruins emerge from a dramatic landscape -- testaments to an over 1500-year-old Christian tradition. This destination is Ireland, whose heritage was celebrated at the 50th International Eucharistic Congress.
University of St. Thomas is expanding its reach with premium Catholic TV programming to all Catholics and non-Catholics in the Houston and surrounding viewing area. For 350 years, a young Christian Mohawk woman has been interceding for and inspiring natives and non-natives around the world. On October 2012, Kateri Tekakwitha became the first Native North American woman to be recognized as a Saint.
UST Worldview: God's Doorkeeper: St. Andre of Montreal (part 2) Jan. 6, 1937. It was as if a world leader had died. But it was only the humble, simple Brother from Montreal. Forty-five years later, he is beatified in Rome. Not even 30 years more, on October 17th, 2010, he is canonized. This makes him the first male Canadian-born saint and the first saint of the Congregation of Holy Cross.
UST Worldview: Catholic Focus Religion a Language of Hope: Why is the practice of religion such a universal phenomenon throughout the history of cultures? Do religions still have a role to play in the secularized countries of the 21st century? Are religions currently evolving in pluralistic societies? Join host Joe Goski as he speaks with Rabbi Reuven Bulka, spiritual leader and author of numerous books on religion and psychology and the Most Rev, Paul-André Durocher, Archbishop of…
UST Worldview: Creation: Should we, as Catholics, worry about ecology? Didn’ God give us the earth to take care of and use it responsibly? To speak about the relation between the Church and ecology Deacon Pedro invites Sr. Damien-Marie Savino FSE, Chair of the Department of Environmental Science and Studies of the University of St. Thomas.