15 Minutes with the Bishop

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This podcast series interviewed Bishop Patrick Dunn, DD, of the Diocese of Auckland. A number of interesting topics were covered, and the Bishop was good enough to take the time to teach on each of them.

The most recent episodes of 15 Minutes with the Bishop

15 Minutes with the Bishop: Hell

12 September 2011 | 9:49 am

Is it a place of fire and brimstone, or wailing and gnashing of teeth? Is it a place that is simply an absence of God? Whatever the reality, the Catholic Church continues to hold to the idea of a place …

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15 Minutes with the Bishop: Augustine and Monica

27 August 2011 | 11:07 am

Over the next two days, the Catholic Church honours a couple of great figures in Christian history: St Augustine and his mother, St Monica. St Augustine is often seen as a bit of a prodigal son — someone who strayed …

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15 Minutes with the Bishop: Holy Days

25 August 2011 | 10:47 am

Last week, Catholics in New Zealand celebrated the Feast of the Assumption, and last week’s episode of 15 Minutes with the Bishop was on that topic. This week, Bishop Patrick talks about holy days of obligation, of which the Assumption …

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15 Minutes with the Bishop: The Assumption

14 August 2011 | 10:46 am

August 15 marks the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, one of the Church’s great Marian feasts. It is a cause for great celebration throughout the Catholic world, but especially in New Zealand, where it is the …

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15 Minutes with the Bishop: World Youth Day

8 August 2011 | 10:20 pm

After talking about pilgrimages in general last week, Bishop Patrick talks this week about a specific pilgrimage: World Youth Day. Started by Pope John Paul II and considered one of the late pontiff’s great legacies, this year’s World Youth Day …

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