Sometimes, we do not know what to do in life, but Jesus is always there to help us. Father Dan O'Connell talks about turning to Him.
Jesus wants to make a home in our hearts. In this episode, Father Dan O'Connell talks about how to open our hearts to him.
Problems can seem daunting, but they don't have to be. In this episode of We've Got to Talk, Father Dan O'Connell talks about moving from darkness into Christ's light.
What we understand as real and not real affects who we are. Father Dan O'Connell talks about being our real selves.
Sometimes, life can fool us. Father Dan O'Connell talks about avoiding being fooled by listening to God.
We can't presume things, but we can trust in God's commandments. Father Dan O'Connell talks about figuring out what is really real in this episode.
Because of Jesus, we are redeemed, even though we make mistakes. In this episode of We've Got Talk, Father Dan O'Connell talks about how to live redemption.
Father Dan O'Connell talks about how being alive in Christ is to live in security.
In this episode of We've Got to Talk, host Father Dan O'Connell reflects on how through Jesus so much that is confusing and difficult about life can be made clear and less burdensome.
Father Dan O'Connell hosts this special Christmas episode of We've Got to Talk.
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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