Growing up as a boy in Poland, Fr. Art Duchnowicz felt called to become a missionary priest, spreading the Gospel in far away, exotic lands. While some of his seminary classmates went to places like Bolivia and Papua New Guinea, … Continue reading →
It’s one thing to explain the truth of Catholic morality to fellow adults, but how do you explain transgenderism to your 5th grader? With so many new ideologies contrary to reason and the Faith gaining rapid acceptance, children have their … Continue reading →
How does a California surfer go from being kicked out of Japan for working for the Yakuza to becoming a priest on fire for Divine Mercy and Our Blessed Mother? That’s just one of two talks Fr. Don Calloway will … Continue reading →
Perhaps one of the most misunderstood moral teachings of the Church regards same-sex attraction and homosexuality. This week, we’re joined by Fr. Philip Bochanski, Executive Director of Courage International. Courage International is an organization ministering to persons experiencing same-sex attractions. … Continue reading →
How do I start? What are the right words? Why doesn’t anything dramatic ever happen? People have all types of questions when it comes to prayer and growing in the spiritual life, and Fr. Gary Caster has answers. Listen to … Continue reading →
Growing up as a boy in Slovenia (then part of Communist Yugoslavia), Fr. Milan Dimič listened with awe to the stories of his countryman, Ven. Frederick Baraga, and dreamed of one day following in his footsteps. As Pastor of St. … Continue reading →
St. Augustine of Hippo once said “He who sings, prays twice!” Kirsten Trudeau of Lake Leelanau takes that very seriously; so seriously, in fact, that she has spent the last 3 years studying at the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music … Continue reading →
Have you found yourself struggling to “get into” praying the Rosary? Kelli Eggebrecht hopes her new book, The Rosary the Bible on a String, can help. With colorful illustrations, Bible verses, and more, Kelli’s book offers something to Catholics of … Continue reading →
Whether you’re considering a religious vocation or simply trying to lead a Christ-centered life, Franciscan friar Casey Cole has news: Christian life doesn’t end with a profession of faith or hearing of God’s call. That’s when it begins. Br. Casey … Continue reading →
“Preach the Gospel at all times, when necessary use words” is probably among the most famous saying attributed to St. Francis of Assisi. There’s only one problem: he never said it. This week, Catholic Answers apologist (and 2018 Baraga Radio … Continue reading →
This week Deacon talks with Rita Marker of the Patients Rights Council about how to make sure your wishes are respected when you are hospitalized as well as recent laws being passed around the country legalizing physician-assisted suicide.
When we think of missionaries, we usually think of going to far away lands. Although Dcn. Jim has ministered in some exotic places (including Jamaica and Hawaii), he emphasizes that each and every one of us, by virtue of our … Continue reading →
This week, Fr. Duane Wachowiak, former Director of Liturgical Formation at Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corner, WI, and current pastor at the Cheboygan Catholic Community, joins us to explain the liturgies of Holy Week,
Have you ever tried to study Church history and been overwhelmed with a bunch of hard to remember names and dates? Or been afraid that all you’ll find are atrocities and scandals? This week Steve Weidenkopf, author of The Real History … Continue reading →
This week Deacon is joined by author and speaker Fr. Don Calloway of the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception. Fr. Don will be speaking at this year’s Traverse City Men’s Conference on March 4, 2018.