How can we use our relationship with God in Jesus to open doors for ourselves and others? Host Father Dan O'Connell answers that question in this episode of We've Got to Talk.
Christ will always be there to open the door for us. So are we coming or going? Father Dan O'Connell talks about it in this episode of We've Got to Talk.
Father Dan O'Connell talks about using Christ as a guiding light to help us remember all that he taught us in this episode of We've Got to Talk.
For over 25 years, Father Dan O'Connell has hosted We've Got to Talk, CatholicTV's longest running studio series.
In this episode, the sweater priest, helps us reflect on how we can let go of pride and imitate Christ.
How do we take advantage of God's constant presence and availability? Father Dan O'Connell takes a look at this topic in this episode of We've Got to Talk.
How can we use our faith to see the light of Christ? Father Dan O'Connell helps us think about that in this episode of We've Got To Talk.
How do we learn to keep our eyes open and pay attention to what God is offering us? Father Dan O'Connell discusses this subject in this episode of We've God to Talk.
Father Dan O'Connell hosts We've Got to Talk, CatholicTV's longest running studio series. In this episode, he reflects on how we each have a great capacity to be images of God and vehicles of grace and how we use those gifts.
Father Dan O'Connell shares some Christmas cheer with songs by Michael Mette and talks about the spirit of the holidays.
We've Got To Talk
Father Dan O'Connell preaches about topics we face every day: How do I deal with the chaos in my life? Where is God in my work? At school? What's the point of all of this? What's my vice, and how do I work on it?
Father Dan's here to talk about all that and more, and he makes the conversation easier through his virtual set, his sense of humor and his charismatic personality.
We've Got To Talk is the longest running original CatholicTV studio series. It has won the Proclaim Award from the USCCB and a Telly award. You can follow Father Dan on Twitter: @FrDanOConnell
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