Lori Cascio joins us to talk about her work in pro-life advocacy with Students for Life of America! She has lots of great words of encouragement for times when we're called to stand up for the most defenseless of humans.
Find more information at studentsforlife.org or contact Lori at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week, Mark sits down with Dan Fedoryka to talk about life with Scythian, one of the nation's most celebrated folk bands.
The Scythian songs featured in this episode are (in order of appearance):
The Sheldon House Reels
New York Girls
Fields of St. James
Paint This Town
Jump at the Sun
Last Days of Summer
Learn more about Scythian at: scythianmusic.com
The Camino de Santiago: What is it, where is it, and why you should go!
For more information on Creatio, go to www.creatio.org
The audio for this episode was provided by AudioHero. The organ sound effect can be found at: https://www.freesound.org/people/caquet/sounds/221171/
The story of St. Philomena, and the how this young saint is working tremendous miracles even among us today.
Temptations abound! What do we do about them?
A discussion on the Temptation of Christ and how it relates to our life. Also, people who are giving concertina lessons or know how to yodel should email us.
NET Team 2 joins us to tell stories about their life on the road as missionaries to young people with NET Ministries USA!
Check out more about their work at: http://www.netusa.org/
Our first ever live podcast, recorded at St. James Catholic Church in Charles Town, WV.
We hosted the Sunday Night Soup and Scripture, discussing the significance of the Entry into Jerusalem that we celebrate on Palm Sunday!
Fr. James DeViese talks about feminism, liturgy, confession, and the importance of wearing red suspenders!
Check out his blog at http://pastormontanus.blogspot.com/
Where do all the words come from? In this episode, we build a fort of dictionaries, encyclopedias, and thesauruses, and go find out!
St. Joseph, and all the cool things about him!
Thanks to the Catholic Education Resource Center and Those Catholic Men. Our ending is a little unusual because of a technical problem, but as always, FWD is a production of Radioheart Media, produced in Wild, Wonderful West Virginia!
Eucharistic miracles, Johnny Carson, and living the Christian life all rolled together in this conversation with living historian Rick Garland of O Be Joyfull Historical Tours and Entertainment.
Music for this episode was provided by The Tudor Consort and The United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps.
NOBODY EXPECTS THE SPANISH INQUISITION.
Or more the point, nobody UNDERSTANDS the Spanish Inquisition. Let's figure it out.
Deacon James Munuhe on life as a deacon, Kenya, and having a personal relationship with Jesus.
Evolution! Let's talk about it.
Pastoral Associate for Music and Liturgy at St. James, Mr. Gary Penkala, comes on the podcast! He is instantly named best FWD guest of the year!
Thank you to CanticaNOVA Publications, Corpus Christi Watershed, and the Graduale Project for providing music for this podcast.
So, there are many religions. How do we deal with that?
Also, Paul's football preferences and Mark's ill-fated hamster.
Our Confirmation Special!
Featuring Paul's first ever confirmation candidate!
Nationally-renowned youth minister and speaker Scott M. Anthony graces us with his presence.
It gets real.
What does it mean to honor the Sabbath?
Paul talks about his day in the beginning. If you're a get-down-business sort, you can skip to around the 11 minute mark for the real discussion.
Who was John the Baptist?
Also, Warheads Jelly Beans and a certain professional wrestler...
What's the deal with Advent?
Mark, Paul B, and Paul E discuss this from geosynchronous orbit.
Paul and Mark discuss a parable. And Doctor Strange.
Fr. Eric Hall shares his vocation story.
FWD Political Correspondent Nick Chancey gives the breakdown on the recent election and resulting furor.
Paul pitches his new restaurant idea: What's for Dinner?
A discussion on why people leave the Church. And what to do about it.