Episode | May 10th, 2019 | Season 1 | 45 mins 14 secs
education, ihp, poetic, senior
The long awaited companion to the episode on John Senior is here! Join us as we talk with Joseph Leaño about the Poetic Mode of Knowledge. How to understand it, how to talk about it and most importantly how to live it out.
Episode | April 26th, 2019 | Season 1 | 39 mins 5 secs
architecture, church, sacramentality, tradition
Join us as we talk with fellow architect Michael Raia, founder of Studio io about the foundations of church design, liturgy and how tradition should inform our designs today.
Episode | April 18th, 2019 | Season 1 | 19 mins 19 secs
architecture, gothic, notre dame, restoration
We share our thoughts on the Notre Dame fire in Paris. Check out the rest of our episodes at beautyevernew.com
Episode | April 12th, 2019 | Season 1 | 31 mins 53 secs
art, beauty, nature
The conversation with Michaela Barta continues. This time we delve into the heart of the podcast. What is beauty? Why is it so tricky to define it? How does it change our lives and focus our perspective?
Episode | March 29th, 2019 | Season 1 | 48 mins 38 secs
Artists have a special relationship with God in that they share, in a certain sense, in the supreme creative act of God. Artists are given talents that they are called to develop, so that through them they may reveal God to the world through their work. Joins us as we talk with Michaela Barta about John Paul II's letter to artists.
Episode | March 15th, 2019 | Season 1 | 50 mins 51 secs
architecture, pottery, ryan, writing, zombies
How often do you notice the building you work in or live in? How does it shape or change your behavior? The truth is that architecture forms us in it's own silent but powerful way. Our guest is Ryan Trusell, an artist, a writer, an amateur theologian, husband, and father who knows first hand the importance of authentic and beautiful architecture.
Episode | March 1st, 2019 | Season 1 | 46 mins 26 secs
beauty, death, funeral
Encountering death is a difficult reality no matter the time or circumstance. No one knows this better than Joseph Earthman, a 4th generation funeral home service provider who helps families say goodbye to a loved one they have lost. Join us for a conversation on death, funerals and how to say a proper goodbye.
Episode | February 15th, 2019 | Season 1 | 46 mins 17 secs
Architecture is sick. Is it really? Why would architecture be sick? Chris and Rafael take a look at architecture in general and church architecture specifically over the last 80 years and discuss how the industrial revolution inspired a radical change in how buildings were designed.
Episode | February 1st, 2019 | Season 1 | 49 mins 24 secs
chant, memory, music, polyphony, samuel
Music is a transformative force. It speaks to us on such a deep level, that at times can shake us to the core. It can help define our identity, our memory and how we see the world. Join us as we talk with Samuel Sentmanat about the power of music.
Episode | January 18th, 2019 | Season 1 | 41 mins 42 secs
beauty, education, john senior, joseph, medieval, wonder
Our lives have become buried under the weight of constant distraction, so much so that we have lost the ability to fully appreciate the True the Good and the Beautiful. John Senior, a legendary educator, knew this better than anyone. Join us as we talk with Joseph Leaño about Fr. Francis Bethel's book, John Senior and the Restoration of the Real.
Episode | January 4th, 2019 | Season 1 | 48 mins
development, fundraising, vision
Beauty isn't free. Often times it requires great sacrifices on behalf of the artists and the patrons. On this episode of Beauty Ever new we talk with Andrew Robison about the ins and outs of fundraising. Together we try to demystify what can be a very scary situation, asking people for money.
Episode | December 21st, 2018 | Season 1 | 43 mins 29 secs
architecture, intro, personal
All podcasts have to begin somewhere. Tune in to get to know us, find out why we started the podcast and what our hopes are for Catholic Art and Architecture.