Hands to the Plow
By Helen Freeh
Podcast cover art of St. Kateri Statue by now-deceased Gallup santero, Carlos Otero.
Hands to the PlowAug 22, 2021
A Conversation with Deacon Ed and Anne Schaub
Armor of God Interview with Tom McNew of KOOV Radio
Tom McNew of Armor of God Radio Station, KOOV 106.9, in central Texas (https://armorofgodradio.com) interviewed Drs. Helen and John Freeh as part of their "Hometown Heroes" program. Courtesy of KOOV, here is the audio of that interview.
A Conversation with Bishop James Conley
In this episode, John and Helen Freeh discuss the problem of our society viewing education simply in utilitarian terms, the increasing division between people based on education levels, and the need to understand one's vocation as one's personal path to holiness. To support our founding of a new type of college that integrates the liberal arts with vocational training, please visit us at www.katericollege.org.
Magnus Institute executive director John Johnson interviews Drs. John and Helen Freeh
This podcast is courtesy of the Magnus Institute, www.magnusinstitute.org, and its podcast Magnus Podcast. John Johnson, the executive director of the Magnus Institute and host of the Magnus Podcast, interviews cofounders of Kateri College, John and Helen Freeh. We discuss the origins of Kateri College, answer the objections we've received from both those who advocate vocational training and those who advocate liberal arts training, and simply have an interesting conversation about the state of culture and higher education. Nicole Roundtree, fellowship support coordinator at the Magnus Institute, joins us in this conversation.