151: The Mind-Blowing Sacramental Worldview (w/ Fr. Harrison Ayre)

151: The Mind-Blowing Sacramental Worldview (w/ Fr. Harrison Ayre) March 16, 2022

In this episode of The Cordial Catholic, I’m joined by Father Harrison Ayre to talk about the Sacramental Worldview at the centre of Catholicism.

To the Catholic, our view of the world, our faith, and everything God created is through the lens of the Sacraments – through Christ himself – and, this week, Fr.  Harrison is here to talk all about it: the mind-blowing reality of what it means to live “in Christ” through a sacramental worldview.

This is an episode I’ve wanted to produce for a long time on a topic that I know will be of interest to lots of people looking to learn more about Catholicism and I’m so thrilled to be able to bring Fr. Harrison on to help walk us through this particular topic.

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