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Welcome to the Christ the King Catholic Church Podcast Page! Christ the King is a charismatic personal parish of the Diocese of Lansing, located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. For more information about Christ the King Catholic Church, please go to our website, Video of our Sunday Masses, Upper Room, and select other events are available through our YouTube channel by clicking here.

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Dec 15, 2021

Homily given at the 9:00 a.m. Mass on Sunday, December 12, 2021, the 3rd Sunday of Advent, by Fr. Ed Fride, Pastor, Christ the King Catholic Church. 

Why do we have anxiety? Rejoice! We are moved from the kingdom of darkness to the kingdom of light! He who is in us is more powerful. 

Nov 24, 2021

Our actions bear consequences and sometimes even after finding life in Jesus, we may face long term impact from choices that we made in sin. From STD's, criminal records, and such, our future can seem compromised. How does Jesus speak hope to that, and how does He promise us a future?

Nov 18, 2021

Today we welcome back Aimée Godfrey. Besides being the Director of Adult Discipleship at Christ the King, Aimée is a lawyer and teacher in moral theology. Today she shares with us the dangers of IVF and artificial insemination, and how we as church can respond instead to the pain of infertility.

Nov 12, 2021

Today we welcome Abbey Foard and Chris Ellman. Abbey and Chris are therapists who specialize in aiding those of us who battle sex addiction. Today they join us to talk about real reasons we run to sex actions and the problem behind the problem of addiction. From there we hear how we can face our true needs and find hope...

Nov 4, 2021

Today we welcome Marco Cassanova, Assistant Director of Desert Stream Ministries, to share about his journey of finding wholeness of identity in Jesus while facing same-sex attraction. What does it look like to integrate our sexuality with our identity in Christ? How does Jesus see our sin as a reflection of need? And...