Monthly Archives: June 2012

Catholic Vitamin X1: Franciscan Voices

Each year for seven years, Deacon Tom has been blessed (I over-use the word, and in this case I really mean it) to be able to attend the Priest, Deacon and Seminarian summer conference at Franciscan University. They say, …

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Catholic Vitamin X1 Franciscan Voices

A youth counselor struggling with pornography and now a deacon evangelist, a sax and flute playing professor soon headed to teach Ancient Scriptures in Denver, and the ‘most popular’ professor (two times) at Franciscan University. Join us for FRANCISCAN VOICES.…

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Catholic Vitamin W: Wonders

Our guest on Catholic Vitamins this weekend is WAYNE WEIBLE. Twenty seven years ago, he was a self-made newspaperman and journalist. Wayne also was teaching in a Lutheran Church, but he says that he was skeptical about the whole …

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Catholic Vitamin W Wonders

Twenty seven years ago, WAYNE WEIBLE was a newspaper owner and journalist. On Sundays, he was a skeptical Lutheran. During a Sunday School class, someone mentioned apparitions and the Blessed Virgin Mary. Oh… that’s ‘Catholic stuff.’ So begins the saga …

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Boy Scout Communion Service Homily Trinity Sunday 060312

There must have been about 40 to 50 Boy Scouts and their leaders. It was the first weekend of camp, and I went to Camp Geronimo to lead them in a Communion Service. This is a recording of the homily …

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Catholic Vitamin V2: Vespers

Vespers: the image is of monks or nuns singing beautiful chant that lifts the mind and heart to God in the evening heavens. But Vespers is so much more — it’s the name of one of the ‘hours’ of prayer …

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Catholic Vitamin V2 Vespers

Daria Sockey – a Catholic wife, mom, writer and recovering homeschooler While she is found in many places in the new evangelization, our focus for this show is on the Liturgy of the Hours, which points us toward Daria’s …

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