Catholic Social Teaching - Part 1 (2/26/2021)
In part one of this series, an insightful overview is offered on Catholic Social Teaching. Archbishop Listecki’s guest, Fr. Javier Bustos, takes us through the fundamentals of the moral life of the Church and how Catholic Social Teaching guides us through living out our faith.
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Archived Radio Shows
In today’s show, hear how the Archdiocese of Milwaukee was able to provide emergency housing for homeless Milwaukeeans who have COVID-19. Joining us are James Mathy and David Cialdini from the Milwaukee County Housing Division. They will share how County resources in housing and healthcare are being offered to homeless individuals during and after their illness.
Join us for a wonderful discussion on the traditions, customs, and symbols of Lent. This enlightening conversation includes reflections from Archbishop Listecki’s guests, Fr. Brad Krawczyk (St. Francis de Sales Seminary) and Fr. Carlos Londono (St. Francis Cabrini, West Bend).
Today’s discussion is about supporting women before, during, and after pregnancy through the pivotal program of Walking with Moms in Need. Joining Archbishop Listecki is Jennifer Layton (Catholic Charities Milwaukee) and Anne Haines (Archdiocese of Milwaukee).
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.
Today’s guest is Fr. John Burns who is the Vocations Promotor for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Join us as we discuss his mission of promoting vocations for young women and creating resources for women as they navigate the call to religious life. Originally aired December 2019.
Father Joe Laramie, SJ (author and new director of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network) joins Archbishop Listecki to discuss his writings, faith journey and the work he does for the Pope’s daily prayer network, which is based here in Milwaukee.