Today we hear about evening candle light Masses at St. Thomas the Apostle.
On today’s show Tom Perna, director of Adult Evangelization and Catechesis, St. Mary Magdalene in Gilbert joins us to help us get to know some of the lesser-known Doctors of the Church. Fr. John Ehrich, pastor at St. Thomas the Apostle shares about his vocation, the parish, school and Institute of Theology as well as a special evening Mass series for Advent. Debbie Georgianni, Community Relations Director for Immaculate Heart Radio gives us an update on the network. Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted concludes his series on being Catholic and American.
We wish to thank all veterans today for their service. Veterans were honored at the Red, White and Blue Mass on November 3rd. Ambria Hammel/CATHOLIC SUN
Today, Dr. Ramon Luzarraga, assistant professor of Theology, founding faculty, Benedictine University, Mesa joins us to explain the Catholic Reformation. Dcn. John Scott reflects on his military service and his faith. Paul Hobaica, owner and Tony Cardenas, installation specialist at Hobaica Services share their experiences of helping others through the BEGIN program. Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted continues with part 2 of his reflection on the Eucharist as an antidote to loneliness in his weekly message.
Today we hear from Fr. Michael Accini-Reinhardt pictured here and learn about the upcoming Eucharistic Congress. Catholic Sun file photo.
On today’s broadcast, Fr. Michael Accini Reinhardt, chaplain, Americare Catholic Hospice and pastor at Our Lady of Fatima in Phoenix helps us understand the spiritual work of hospice. Fr. Edward Reese S.J., president of Brophy talks with us about Pope Francis from his Jesuit perspective. Theresa Serrano-Keel, founding member, Friends of the Cathedral, organizer Eucharistic Congress gives us a glimpse into the event taking place later this month. Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted reflects on the Eucharist being the antidote to loneliness in his weekly message.
Today we hear about Vera Bella, a program to help girls grow in virtue. Catholic Sun file photo.
This week, Nicole Delaney, director of the Diocese of Phoenix Tribunal helps us understand annulments. Rick Nevins shares about the journey toward becoming a deacon. Melanie Pritchard, founder, Vera Bella tells us about a program for teen girls to help them grow in virtue. Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted continues his reflection on being Catholic and American in his weekly message.
As we begin the month of the Rosary, Grace Belle-Oudry joins us to talk about her book of reflections. Catholic Sun file photo.
On today’s show, Tricia Hoyt director of Evangelization, Family Ministry and Adult Formation at St. Patrick’s in Scottsdale continues a series on the Gospels by looking the Gospel of Luke. Bill Gateley, director of Catholic Sports Association and publisher of Catholic Sports Today magazine talks about reaching Catholic athletes. Grace Belle-Oudry, author of Behold, Your Mother, a Teen Girl’s Reflections on the Holy Rosary joins us to share about her life and inspiration for writing the book. Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted reflects on what it means to be free to love in his weekly message.
Dcn. Dick Petersen, M.D. pictured here at a deacon ordination joins us to talk about the Catholic Physians Guild. Photo – CATHOLIC SUN.
Today Tricia Hoyt, director of Evangelization, Family Ministry and Adult Formation at St. Patrick’s in Scottsdale continues a series on the Gospels by looking the Gospel of Matthew. Dcn. Dick Petersen, M.D., president of the Catholic Physicians Guild helps us understand the challenges of Catholic medical professionals and the work of the Catholic Physicians Guild. Ramon Luzarraga, Ph.D., Theology Professor and founding faculty member of Benedictine University, Mesa joins us to talk about his favorite saint. Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted continues his series on being Catholic and American in his weekly reflection.