Few people can say they’ve literally walked in Bp. Baraga’s footsteps, but today we speak with one who can. Listen to this week’s episode to hear about Curtis Chambers’ amazing journey across the UP and more about the upcoming commemoration … Continue reading →
This week, Deacon sits down with a composer and orchestrator whose works have been featured in concerts, stage productions, and even video games. Would you be surprised to learn he’s only 24 and that he’s the music director for St. … Continue reading →
With it being so close to Thanksgiving, we thought we should do a show on Pilgrims, but not the Mayflower kind. This week, Fr. Peter Wigton, Pastor of St. Mary of the Assumption, joins us to talk about his vocation … Continue reading →
Is chastity a lost cause in today’s over-sexed world? Jason Evert certainly doesn’t think so. In fact, he’s dedicated his life to promoting chastity to youth and adults around the world. This week he joins Deacon to discuss his ongoing … Continue reading →
Andy and Katie Moe recently took the reins at the Marian Center in Joy Valley. They join us this week to tell us all about why they made this “leap of faith,” as well as what exciting things are coming … Continue reading →
“Then the king will say to those on his right, ‘Come, you who are blessed by my Father. Inherit the kingdom prepared for you from the foundation of the world. For I was hungry and you gave me food, I … Continue reading →
What would make two people who had never met before agree to take a trip together to a place they’d probably never even heard of before? David Rack and Benjamin Pas, missionaries for the Neocatechumenal Way, did just that when … Continue reading →
What does a mid-20th century Franciscan martyr have to do with getting young people excited about the faith today? Claire Scerbak of St. Max’s Fellowship joins us this week to discuss her exciting new program for teens.