Flint Catholic Podcast
By Fr. Anthony Smela
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Flint Catholic PodcastJun 07, 2023
End of Season 3 - Beginning of Summer!
Today we mark the end of a few things here on the Flint Catholic Podcast. First, this is the end of season 3, and we hope to see you all again in late August or early September. Second, Patrick is leaving the Flint area, and so we say goodbye to Patrick on the podcast. Perhaps we'll do a bonus summer special with the new cohost!
In the episode, we talk about what we've learned this year, how we've grown spiritually, and what our plans are for the summer. There are lots of things going on in the Flint area this summer, here are a few of them.
- Vacation Bible School at St. Mathew Parish. June 12-16 from 8:45am-11:55am. This year the children will be learning about the Mystery of the mass. Register online at stmatthewflint.org.
- The Christian Anderson Band will be live in concert at Holy Redeemer on June 8th at 7pm, get your tickets early! $20 online or $25 at the door!
- Fr. Matthew Bonk will present a talk about the Eucharist in preparation for Corpus Christi following the 11am Mass on Wednesday, June 7th at Christ the King Parish.
- The 5th Annual Fr. Anthony Classic Car Show will be on Friday, June 9th from 1-6pm at St. Robert Bellarmine Parish.
- Summer Scripture Days. Spend three summer days exploring the life and letters of St. Peter. The featured speakers are Bishop Earl Boyea and Katrina Iamarino, an instructor at the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan. The retreat will be at Bethany House in Dewitt.
How The Saints Shaped History
Today we talk to the author of the new book "How the Saints Shaped History", Randy Petrides. The book is a history book with the saints as the protagonists. How the Saints Shaped History focuses on the essential role of the saints, as vessels of God's grace, in moving the Church (and the world!) through her two-thousand-year history. Written especially for everyday Catholics hungry to learn more about the Faith, this book is both comprehensive and accessible. It tells the story of how more than 180 saints, from Saint Mary Magdalene to Pope Saint John Paul II, led the Church through many crises and back to her spiritual roots. You can buy the book at the different links below. https://osvcatholicbookstore.com/product/how-the-saints-shaped-history https://www.amazon.com/Saints-Shaped-History-Randy-Petrides/dp/1639660216
Synodality and Celebration
First, we go over the USCCB document, North American Final Document for the Continental Stage of the 2021-2024 Synod. (https://www.usccb.org/synod) Trust me, we have a good discussion and we skip all the boring parts.
After the break, we talk about how we CELEBRATE Easter!
He Is Risen!
In the first segment, we talk about the book, Body of Proof: The 7 Best Reasons to Believe in the Resurrection of Jesus--and Why It Matters Today by Jeremiah Johnston. (https://www.amazon.com/Body-Proof-Reasons-Resurrection-Jesus/dp/0764230832/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1PFUUL9MYXMF6&keywords=body+of+proof&qid=1681673369&sprefix=body+of+proof%2Caps%2C128&sr=8-1)
After the break, we examine 7 different ways to incorporate the Resurrection into your daily life!
Our apologies for the audio in the second segment - we didn't hear it was peaking like that until after we recorded the segment.
Asbury and Evangelization
Today, we talk about the Asbury Outpouring at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky. The revival took place between February 8-23.
After the break, we talk about how we can direct conversations toward God with people who might not ordinarily want to talk about God.
East Lansing and Rome
Today, we talk about the violence that took place in East Lansing on February 3rd. Are there any real solutions out there?
After the break, we talk about Fr. Tony's recent pilgrimage to Rome!
Catholic Music and Baptism in the Holy Spirit
Today we talk about Catholic Music. I recently found out that an old friend of mine started a Catholic record label called Enemy Love Records. You can find them at enemyloverecords.com
The music video featured in the episode can be found here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4trj_OgTRbM&ab_channel=DavidKruseMusic
After the break, we talk about Baptism of the Holy Spirit.
Vos Estis Lux Mundi and High School Questions
Today, we talk about Pope Francis' 3 year old motu proprio, Vos Estis Lux Mundi. Not sure what that is? Listen and find out! After the break, we answer some questions we recently fielded from a high school student. These are really good questions!
Fish Fry at Christ the King Catholic Church (1811 Seymour Ave) on November 18 from 11am-6pm
Social Ministry Team at St. Pius X - If you think you might like to
be a part of a team of people with a heart for reaching out to those
in need, please contact Karen Downs (810) 287-2490 or email at:
email@example.com. We are in the planning stages and would love
to assemble a team of people. You do not need to be physically
mobile to be a part of the team.
The Holy Redeemer Christmas Concert is back again this year! We are offering 2 free evenings of your favorite Christmas tunes performed by your favorite musicians and singers here at Holy Redeemer! Come join us on December 9 or 10 at 7:00p.m. for a great family time! This year’s concert features: Christine Barron, Daniel Schmit, John Mira, Maria Fabry, Jack Stock, Holy Redeemer’s Worship Team, Christmas Orchestra, and Acapella Singers. It’s going to be an amazing event, so invite your family, friends, and neighbors to a concert you will be sure to want to come back to every year!
Looking for fun family activities this Advent? We got you covered! This year we have so many great activities to keep you and your family entertained and faith-focused as we all wait for the coming of Christ into our hearts, homes, and world. Each morning of Advent, you will receive an email with something fun your whole family can do. Keep the faith—Join the fun! Click on the link to get great ideas sent to your inbox every day of Advent!
Prop 3 and Catholic Schools
Today, we start with Proposition 3 that will show up on the Michigan ballot this November. Proposition 3 is deceptively dangerous and has many ramifications that need to be known by the voters.
After the break, we talk about Catholic Schools because the Vatican recently released a document about Catholic Schools. We take a shallow dive into that document and relate it to our experiences working in a Catholic School.
The Flint Prayer Center is hosting their annual fundraiser on October 1st from 6-10pm in the Flint Farmers Market.
St. Luke New Life Center is hosting its 100 year anniversary on October 2nd at Powers Catholic at noon.
Fr. Tad will give a talk on Biosciences and Bioethics on October 15th at 2pm at St. John the Evangelist in Fenton.
New Season and Back to School!
We're back! The students are back in school, and that means we can begin our THIRD season of the Flint Catholic Podcast! Today, we bring in Patrick Brennan to sit along side Fr. Tony, and we catch up from everything that happened over the summer.
After the break, we play a back to school game.
SISTER LISA IS MAKING HER FINAL VOWS!!
The Servants of God’s Love invite all in the parish to join us in the celebration of the Perpetual Profession of Vows of Sr. Lisa Zelfa at Christ the King–Ann Arbor-on Saturday, September 10th. Bishop Boyea will be the main celebrant. The mass will begin at 11:00 a.m. immediately followed by a reception in the parish center.
St. Matthew will begin an 11-week Bible study Revelation: The Kingdom Yet to Come on September 8 at 7:30 pm. Participants will meet every week to view an engaging video presentation followed by a time of lively group discussion and fellowship. For more information or to register, contact Amanda Williams at (810) 287-7941 or email at:
St. Robert Church-Flushing Feast Day Celebration 100 Years in Flushing
Thursday–Sept. 15th 6:30 pm National Pro-Life speaker Rebecca Kiessling
Friday-Sept. 16th 24 hour Adoration/Exposition
Followed by 8:30am Mass Saturday, Sept. 17th
Following 10:30AM Mass-Picnic Celebration!
Pig Roast, Games, Entertainment, Open House
St. John Fenton Applefest
Carnival Rides, Food, Entertainment
Opening Evening Fireworks at Bush Park
Raffle Offers 2 Cars as Grand Prizes
See details at stjohnfenton.org/applefest
“Holy Hot Rods”
Holy Rosary’s 3rd Annual Car and Truck Show (Swap/Craft Show too)
Saturday, Sept. 17th 10AM-2PM 10am-2pm (Rain Date-Sept. 18th)
Awards: People’s Choice, Kid’s Choice,
Best Original, Best Modified
Food Tent, 50/50 Raffles/Door Prizes
Model Car Contest
Open to Antiques, Classic, Rat Rods,
Street Rods, Customs, 4X4’s and more!
$10 Driver’s Admission
Placement of cars begins at 9AM
Contact Tony Avery (810 736-4040 at 9AM
Holy Family 2022 Bible Study
Scripture and the Tradition of the Catholic Church provide an abundance of wisdom, though it can often be challenging to apply it to our lives. In this eight-part study, Jeff Cavins and Thomas Smith examine biblical wisdom as it relates to daily life. Drawing on the wisdom literature of the Bible—Proverbs, Wisdom, Sirach, and Ecclesiastes—
Wisdom: God’s Vision for Life will teach you how to actively seek sound guidance and increase your sense of peace in navigating life. In everything from friendships to finances, from making decisions to attaining peace of mind, Scripture offers a vision for happiness and well-being. With this program, you will learn how to gather, gain, and grow in wisdom, and you will experience the joy it brings to your life.
Where: St Joseph Center
When: Wednesday evenings 7 pm to 8:30 pm
October 5, 12, 19, 26 / November 2, 9, 16, 30
Cost: $25.00 for participants
Program leader and contact: Dcn. Dan
The Mystery of the Eucharist
Today, we tackle the USCCB document "The Mystery of the Eucharist in the Life of the Church" as we continue our journey to the Eucharistic Revival.
After the break, we talk Canon Law! Recently, Nancy Pelosi has been told that she is not to be admitted to communion in the diocese of San Francisco, and we look at that issue in light of this document and Canon 915.
Do You Want To Be Healed? Interview: Patrick Brennan
Today we explore the phenomenon of miraculous healings in the Scripture along with miraculous healings we see today. On Friday, May 20th, at 6pm at St. Mary in Flint, a healing service will take place. After the break, Patrick Brennan joins us to continue the discussion on healing.
#BYOB Revelation and a Bible Game
We totally forgot to finish the #BYOB series, can you believe it?!?! Today we dive into the most difficult book of the bible to understand, the book of Revelation. Given the time constraints, I hope I did a good job in summarizing it, but I could do a whole series on Revelation alone. If that is something that interests you, let me know in the comments and we'll consider doing it going forward.
After the break, we play a game. Are the lines I read from the bible or are they lyrics to a heavy metal song? I only got one wrong when I played it!
A Walk Through Holy Week
Today, we take a walk through the upcoming Holy Week - Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and Easter Sunday.
After the break, we take a look at different ways of celebrating Easter (or really, more like the spring) in different parts of the world. Some are... unique.
They may take our lives, but they will never take our FREEDOM!
Today, we're talking about freedom. What is it, and why does it matter?
Emotions, Imagination, and the Number 40!
Today, we're talking about EMOTIONS - like the good kind. And the imagination. How can God use those? Watch and find out!
After the break, grab your Faith Catholic Magazine as we learn about the number 40 and how important that is in Scripture!
Members of the Household of God and Interview with Mark Harris
The Flint 40 Days for Life website is https://www.40daysforlife.com/en/flint
Sign up for the prayer vigil at Planned Parenthood: https://tinyurl.com/2p8k8yns
For more information contact Mark Harris
Flint 40 Days for Life Campaign Leader - volunteer
at email: Flint40Daysforlife@gmail.com
“Introducing 40 Days for Life" video: https://youtu.be/eEaZbkg1Fs4
You can save a life: https://youtu.be/pdESmROTS5A “Meet a Mom who chose life!
The Toughest Catholic Quiz
Today, we tackle the Toughest Catholic Quiz from Catholic Answers. How well did you do? Let us know in the comments!
Circuses and Lectio Divina
Pillar Catholic Article - https://www.pillarcatholic.com/p/the-pope-and-the-circus
Megalovania - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XvdxHJmDDA0&ab_channel=PeacefulPianoMusic
Spirituality Year and #Blessed
Today, we talk about the bishops including a spirituality year for seminarians. What does this have to do with ordinary people in the pews? A lot! Stay tuned to find out why.
After the break, we talk about what it means to be #Blessed. Following the Feast of the Epiphany, we discuss what the big deal is with chalk, water, and salt.
Advent/Christmas, and Evangelizing Your Family
First, we want to apologize for our episodes coming out more sporadically recently. As you know we're trying to work out the kinks in this new video studio, and it's taking longer than expected. Hopefully, when we start the new year, we'll be able to go every week!
Today, we look at Advent and Christmas.
After the break, Michael gives us tips for evangelizing your family, especially as we spend time with them during the holidays.
Don't forget, the St. John Vianney School auction is on Saturday, February 12th. More details will come in the following weeks.
Major Update and #BYOB Colossians
It's been a while! In the time we've been gone, we have been working hard on upgrading our studio. Now we're no longer just audio, we're video! You can find us online at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTPHAED3y5fxsJIsA7TTr7g
Lessons From Samuel and Space Meteors
WSJ Article and the Rant on Rants
We look to the Wall Street Journal for our first segment.
After the break, we return to the Synod on Synods - hopefully for the last time (but probably not)
Freshman Questions and Patrick Brennan
In the first segment, we again take a couple of questions from Fr. Tony's Theology class. If you have a question you would like answered on the Flint Catholic Podcast, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Dorothy's House of Coffee presents the Missio Dei Project. Come and join us for a weekend of worship, coffee, and hands on ministry experience with Bryan O'Donnell from Urban Encounter Ministries. Worship music led by John Mira. $15 registration. September 17-18. Register at dorothys.cafe/missio-dei-project
After the break, we speak with the new Director of Campus Ministry at Powers Catholic High School, Patrick Brennan.
#BYOB Romans and Fire Insurance (not)
In the first segment, we continue our journey through the Bible with the Letter of St. Paul to the Romans.
After the break, we look at The Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.
The Case for Jesus and Top 5 Catholic Media
In our first segment, we talk about Brant Pitre's book, The Case for Jesus.
After the break, Michael and I count down our top five of Catholic Media, with a couple of honorable mentions at the end.
- Word on Fire Ministries (https://www.wordonfire.org/)
- Spirit Juice Studios (https://www.youtube.com/c/SpiritJuice/videos)
- Fr. Mike Schmitz (Ascension Presents) (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVdGX3N-WIJ5nUvklBTNhAw)
- The Prince of Egypt (Dreamworks)
- David Calavitta Instagram (@DavidCal https://www.instagram.com/davidcal/)
- Augustine Institute/Formed.org
- You Were Born for This Podcast - Fr. John R.
- Catholic Answers
- The Hour (i.d. Podcast)
- Fearless Documentary (Encounter Ministries)
The Didache and More Meetings?!?!?
In the first segment, we discuss the great early Church document, the Didache.
After the break, we look at George Weigel's recent article, A Church in mission or a Church in meetings?
First Annual Michigan Catholic Women’s Conference - To be held on October 16, 2021 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Lansing Center. For more details, check out the diocesan website.
Unity of the Church. Interview: Fr. Anthony Strouse
In the first segment, we talk about unity within the Church and unity outside the Church. We go over some ways to help us all foster real unity in the world, the kind of unity that Jesus prays for.
After the break, we interview Fr. Anthony Strouse, pastor of St. Pius X and St. Matthew in Flint.
CATHOLIC COMMUNITY OF FLINT PICNIC Sunday, August 15, 2021 The Catholic Community of Flint Picnic will be held on Sunday, August 15th, starting at 2:00 p.m. at the Flushing County Park on McKinley Road, Pavilion #1. Burgers, hot dogs, water, iced tea and lemonade will be provided. We ask that each family bring a dish to pass. If you are interested in attending, please call the St. John Vianney parish office at 810-235-1812 or email Amy Henthorn at email@example.com. Let us know how many will be attending so we can plan accordingly. We hope to see you there!
2021 Lugnuts Game/Night of Vocations - To be held on August 13, 2021 at 7:00 pm at Jackson Field Stadium.
First Annual Michigan Catholic Women’s Conference - To be held on October 16, 2021 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Lansing Center. For more details, check out the diocesan website.
Dorothy’s House of Coffee is now officially open!
You can check us out at dorothys.cafe (yes, that is the full link!)
#BYOB Acts of the Apostles
Today we take another step in our #BYOB (Bring Your Own Bible) journey. We've officially begun the New Testament and dive headfirst into the Acts of the Apostles.
Beginning September 21, on Tuesdays, 7-9pm, Holy Family in Grand Blanc will begin a journey through the Bible through the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan. CBSM brings the Scriptures to life with in-depth study of the entire Bible led by seminary professors. Learn more and join us for an info Night at cbsmich.org/join. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 586-438-3085.
Authority in Christ, and Put Down the Devices!
In our first segment, we talk about what it means to have the Authority of Christ.
After the break, we dive back into Faith Magazine. This time into the July/August edition. Page 6, Sheri Wolfert's article entitled, Summer Reset: Put Down the Devices.
Join young adults ages 18-39 from across Michigan this summer for a Catholic pilgrimage weekend of camping, prayer, friendship, and hiking to the Shrine of the Cross in the Woods in Indian River. Cost is $45 per person. Deadline to register is July 16th. To register, go to youngadulthiking2021.eventbee.com. If you have any questions please contact Dawn Hausmann, director of young adult ministry at the Diocese of Lansing, at email@example.com or 517-342-2506.
Beginning September 21, on Tuesdays, 7-9pm, Holy Family in Grand Blanc will begin a journey through the Bible through the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan. CBSM brings the Scriptures to life with in-depth study of the entire Bible led by seminary professors. Learn more and join us for an info Night at cbsmich.org/join. Contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 586-438-3085
This will be the last full episode for a few weeks - we’re all taking some time off. However, that doesn’t mean we won’t be uploading. There may be some mini-episodes uploaded during this stretch, so stay tuned!
Summer Pilgrimages - Interview with Colleen Vermeulen
Today, we unveil our top summer pilgrimage spots. First, a list that is within a short drive, and then a list of our top worldwide pilgrimage spots.
- Cross in the Woods
- Bl. Solanus Casey Center
- Shrine of Christ’s Passion
- Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe - LaCrosse, Wisconsin
- Our Lady of Good Help - Champion, Wisconsin
- Bishop Baraga Tour, Northern Michigan
- North American Martyrs Shrine, Midland, Ontario
Money/Time Not a Problem
- Jasna Gora Monastery
- St. John Paul II International Shrine
- Any pilgrimage that Steve Ray leads.
After the break, we speak to Colleen Vermeulen of the Catholic Biblical School of Michigan. Interested in learning more about the school? Visit https://www.cbsmich.org/join
#BYOB Malachi and the USCCB Assembly
We are at the halfway point of our participation in the #BishopsYearOfTheBible! Today, we look at one of the minor prophets, Malachi.
After the break, we look to the USCCB (United States Conference of Catholic Bishops). They had their General Assembly last week, but before you fall asleep, there was an interesting proposal given by Bishop Cozzens of The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. We talk about the Eucharistic Revival Project and then we talk about the bishops passing an action item to produce a document on the meaning of the Eucharist.
The Faith Catholic June Edition
Grab your Faith Catholic Magazine June Edition! We're going to dive into two different topics from this magazine. The first segment is about the Prophetic Mission of the Laity (a favorite topic of ours!).
The second segment is about Scripture and Spiritual Warfare.
Don't forget about FaithFest in Dewitt, Michigan on June 26th!
The Eucharist and Covenants
This past Sunday, we celebrated the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Jesus, and so we felt it appropriate to talk about the Eucharist today! The first segment goes into sacramental theology and what the Eucharist is. The second segment goes into the covenantal nature of the Eucharist.
This is the link to the Virtual Adoration channel that Michael mentions in this episode.
As our dispensation from the Sunday and Holyday obligation ends, the Flint parishes (Christ the King, Our Lady of Guadalupe, St. John Vianney, St. Matthew, St. Pius X, St. Mary Oratory) are celebrating the great gift of the Mass in our lives. To do this, these parishes will be celebrating an outdoor Mass on Sunday, June 13th, at 11:00 a.m. at Powers Catholic High School to celebrate our faith, witness our joy at the gift of the Eucharist, and enjoy fellowship with each other. After Mass there will be lunch and music to continue the celebration. This will be the only Mass for those parishes on June 13th (Saturday evening Masses will be held as usual). Please mark your calendars to join in this festive event!
ishop Earl Boyea seeks to further “equip the Household of Faith” to become disciples of Christ so that, in His friendship, they can reach out and evangelize the wider community. Among the initiatives to achieve this goal, FaithFest offers families and people of all ages a day of live music, social and recreational activities, food, fireworks and fun -- all centered around a vigil Mass. This extraordinary family festival takes place on the grounds of St. Francis Retreat Center, a beautiful 95-acre campus, where rolling hills, wooded trails and ample accommodations permit a unique and memorable summer festival of faith.
FaithFest is a day for Christian families to gather together and celebrate their faith in an atmosphere of upbeat, joyful participation! Parish and school groups, youth ministries, small groups or large apostolates -- all are welcome to reunite at FaithFest!
#BYOB Isaiah Part Two
Today, we finish what we started last week - the book of Isaiah!
After the break, we speak with Fr. Paul Donnelly, the pastor of Our Lady of Guadalupe and soon the pastor of Christ the King in Flint as well!
#BYOB Isaiah Part One - Interview with Dan Schmit
Isaiah is a large book - so large in fact, that we couldn't get through the whole thing in one segment, we needed to split it into two! Today, we'll talk through the first half of the book and next week, we'll finish Isaiah.
After the break, we talk with the Director of Worship at Holy Redeemer, Dan Schmit.
The Authenticity of Scripture and the Zealots
The first segment comes from a question Fr. Tony received from his 8th grade class. How can we know the Scripture is reliable? How do we know it's true? For this segment, we cite Dr. Brant Pitre and his book, The Case For Jesus.
In the second segment, we come back to the Faith Catholic Magazine and look at the historical group known as the Zealots. Who are they, and why are they important in Israel during the life of Christ?
#BYOB Judith and Community on Mission
Today we continue our journey through the Bible by taking a look at the book of Judith.
After the break, we jump back into Faith Catholic Magazine with Fr. Dwight Ezop's article, "Parish Communities Are Called To Nourish People".
St. Pius V and Sister Christina
In the first segment, we return to the April issue of Faith Magazine and talk about St. Pius V.
After the break, we talk to Sister Christina of the Servants of God's Love about her work on the East Side of Flint.
UPDATE: Don't Eat The Seed! Interview: Dcn. Mike Martin
This is a re-upload! The last one only uploaded the first nine minutes, this is the full episode!
Option for the Poor. Interview: Mary Dowsett
Today we examine the Church's teaching on the option for the poor. After the break, we speak with Mary Dowsett and ask her to talk about her time ministering on the east side of Flint.
Happy Easter! And the Bishop's Statement on the Vaccine
Happy Easter! He Is Risen! He Is Risen Indeed! In the first segment, we talk about the season on Easter! Easter didn't end a few Sundays ago!
In the last segment, we read and discuss the statement from the Michigan Bishops about the vaccines, especially the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Fools for Christ and Holy Thursday
Happy April Fools Day! Today, we begin by talking about how we should be fools for Christ!
Also, today is Holy Thursday, so in the second segment we talk about what happens during this day of the Triduum.
Holy Week and the Annunciation
Today, we talk about the part of the Triduum that we don't usually talk about. The time between Good Friday and the Easter Vigil. What happens on Holy Saturday?
In the second segment, we talk about the Annunciation - our feast day today!
#BYOB Nehemiah and Welcome Back!
Our next installment of the #BYOB (Bishop's Year of the Bible) is from the Book of Nehemiah!
Then, a short discussion about what returning to Mass will be like. What should we expect going into the summer? In what ways will the Church have to change in the midst of the world changing? I don't have all the answers, but perhaps a few points to get us started.
Reclaiming St Patrick's Day! Interview: Cecilia Lawrence
Today we try to reclaim St. Patrick’s Day! We look into the actual history of St. Patrick and his incredible story! As St. Paul says in Ephesians, let’s not get drunk with wine, but be filled with the Spirit!
In our last segment, we interview artist and iconographer Cecilia Lawrence. You can find her incredible work at https://www.deviantart.com/theophilia.
Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Interview: Raffy Urgino
Today we begin by talking about the Baptism of the Holy Spirit. You may have heard that phrase before, but have never really known what it meant. Here, we go into what that means, and how we all can be baptized by the Holy Spirit!
Dorothy's House of Coffee is going to open soon! Keep checking our new website dorothys.cafe for more details!
Today, Raffy Urgino joins us! He is the Director of Religious Education and Evangelization for Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Burton. We talk about evangelization and continue the conversation about Baptism of the Holy Spirit!
#BYOB Ruth. Interview: Dr. Theresa Marshall
Today we are on our second of our twelve part #BYOB series! As we were recording, I didn't have the list of books in front of me, so I'll list them here. 1. Judges 2. Ruth 3. Nehemiah 4. Judith 5. Isaiah 6. Malachi 7. Acts of the Apostles 8. Romans 9. Colossians 10. 1-2 Timothy 11. Hebrews 12. Revelation.
In the second segment, we interview the principal of St. John Vianney Catholic School in Flint, Dr. Theresa Marshall. You can learn more about the school at www.sjvkids.org
Ecumenism and Evangelization. Interview: Josh Carlson
Today we dive deeper into the difference between Ecumenism and Evangelization, and why we need to do both.
In the second segment, we talk to the manager of Dorothy's House of Coffee, Josh Carlson. Yes! Dorothy's is reopening! You can keep up on the latest news through the new website, www.dorothys.cafe.