Today’s guest is Fr. John Burns who’s been appointed as the Vocations Promotor for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. His area of focus will be vocations for women religious, giving young women a resource to navigate the call to religious life. Originally aired December 2019.
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Connecting people to their Catholic faith and the natural world is explored today. Joining us is Joe Meyer from the Catholic Ecology Center, who will share how Pope Francis' encyclical, "On Care for Our Common Home," inspired the new center in Hartland, WI.
The beauty, meaning, and symbolism of baptisms are explored today. Archbishop Listecki also shares how his first experience performing baptisms was for twenty families with infants! Fr. Jacob Strand (St. Michael Parish, Kewaskum) and Deacon Dean Collins (Mother of Good Council, Milwaukee) join us. Original air date February 8, 2019.
Listen to the new episode: Meet two wonderful recipients of the Elizabeth Ann Seton Award who have dedicated their lives to Catholic education. Joining Archbishop Listecki is Principal Lauren Beckmann (St. Robert School, Shorewood) and Fr. Thomas Biersack (Pastor at St. Andrew, St. Theresa, and St. Mary, in the Mayville area).
Reflections on Lent from two individuals who are devoted to prayer, fasting and almsgiving throughout the 40 days, join us. Archbishop Listecki and his guests, Kim Mandelkow (Director of the Office for Worship, Archdiocese of Milwaukee) and Fr. Jose Gonzalez (Vice Rector and Associate Pastor of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist) express the beauty of Lent in their lives.
Faith was amplified on an inspiring journey to the Holy Land. Hear about the 2019 pilgrimage with Archbishop Listecki and his guests as they followed in the footsteps of Jesus. Joining us is Father Ed Kornath (St. John Vianney, Brookfield) and Ann Marie Wick (St. Joseph, Wauwatosa).
St. Valentine, St. Patrick and St. Nicholas – what do they have in common? They’ve made their way into secular culture, and our local expert on saints, Al McCauley (St. Anthony on the Lake) will explain their impact.