Answering the Call to the Permanent Diaconate (1/22/2021)
Two newly ordained deacons share their wonderful faith journey with us. Deacons Rob Mitchell and John Shaughnessy reflect with Archbishop Listecki their call to the permanent diaconate.
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Archived Radio Shows
CHRISTMAS EPISODE: Join Archbishop Listecki and his guests Fr. Tom Suriano (Scripture Scholar) and Fr. Jose Nieto (student of Scripture Scholar, Catholic University of America), as they discuss the Birth of Christ and the significance of the Incarnation. This conversation was originally aired in December of 2017.
Join us for some great conversation (and some music) highlighting the Christmas celebrations and traditions of the Schoenstatt Sisters and Discalced Carmelites. Sister Catherine Ditto (a member of the community of consecrated life with the Schoenstatt Sisters of Waukesha) and Fr. Jude Peters OCD (Discalced Carmelite at Holy Hill) join Archbishop Listecki on Living Our Faith.
Join us for a wonderful discussion on the importance of Sunday and Sunday Mass in the hearts and minds of Catholics. Archbishop Listecki and his guest, Father Nathan Reesman discuss the Gift of Sunday and what it means for us in the new year ahead.
The Power of the Sacraments and how they shape our faith is today’s discussion. Join Archbishop Listecki along with Professor Michael Brummond (Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology) and Fr. Ken Omernick (St. Charles Catholic Parish and School) as they discuss how the sacraments are central to our faith. (Original air date 12/28/18)
Jesus is the Light of the World: Today’s guest, Dr. Dan Scholz, guides us through the four Sundays of Advent and its themes (light, darkness, hope, joy and Mary) which all lead us towards Jesus – the light of the world. Join Archbishop Listecki and Dr. Dan Scholz (Cardinal Stritch University) as they explore scripture during Advent.
Join us as Archbishop Listecki and his guests explore Mass and liturgy over the years. Our guests share personal and historical accounts of how the Mass has evolved before and after the Second Vatican Council. Our guests are Fr. Brad Krawczyk (Director of Worship and Liturgical Formation, St. Francis de Sales Seminary) and Fr. Pat Heppe (Pastor at Catholic Community of Waukesha).