Living the Gift of Sunday (part 3 of 5) (4/30/2021)
What does Sunday mean to you? For our two guests, Sunday is a holy day of worship and loving sacrifice. Join us as we continue our reflection on Living the Gift of Sunday. Archbishop Listecki’s guests are Kim Mandelkow (Archdiocese of Milwaukee) and Fr. Mark Payne (Blessed Sacrament, Milwaukee). Listen here to part 3 of Living the Gift of Sunday
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In part two of this series, Archbishop Listecki’s guest, Fr. Javier Bustos (Our Lady Queen of Peace) continues his insightful overview of Catholic Social Teaching. Listen in to hear how Catholic Social Teaching guides us as we live out our faith. Join us.
Delve deeper into the importance of Sunday with Archbishop Listecki and his guests. Today they explore two more themes from the Living the Gift of Sunday booklet – Sunday as the Day of Christ’s Resurrection and as a day of Rest. Joining us is Fr. Brad Krawczyk (Saint Francis de Sales Seminary) and Fr. Michael Maher, SJ (Marquette University).
The Catholic faith – how much do you know? Today’s special guest, Bishop Hying, discusses apologetics with Archbishop Listecki. Join us as they explore the importance of receiving and learning about our faith through family experiences and formal catechesis.
Join us as we honor our yearly tradition of broadcasting the Stations of the Cross. The stations are narrated by Archbishop Jerome Listecki, Bishop Jeffrey Haines, and Fr. Paul Hartmann.
Join us for an enlightening conversation on The Gift of Sunday and what Sunday and Sunday Mass means to us as Catholics. In episode one of this five-part series, Archbishop Listecki and his guests reflect on this invigorating initiative with a focus on the Eucharist and Sunday belonging to God. Joining us is Fr. Nate Reesman (St. Francis Cabrini and Immaculate Conception, West Bend) and Randy Nohl (Director of Synod Implementation, Archdiocese of Milwaukee).
Join us for a wonderful reflection on Saint Joseph – husband of Mary. Archbishop Listecki and his guest, Al McCauley, discuss all that Saint Joseph stood for and our fondness towards him.