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“Witt and Wisdom” The Twelve Generations: The Early Church History with Msgr. Michael John Witt and Teresa Holman of St. Louis, MO.
“Ronda View,” once led by Dr. Ronda Chervin, Professor of Philosophy and author of numerous books about spirituality, continued until March 2019 under the leadership of her friends – Louise Walkup, Maria Smith, Dave Basconi, and Brenda Peter.
“Daily Bread Radio” Inspired teaching on the daily scripture readings of the Catholic Church with Fr. Al Lauer of Cincinnati.
“Parish Management and Operations” – An audio book of Michael Brinda’s Parish Management and Operations: The Buck Stops Here, which will play in serial fashion one chapter a week
“The Lost Voice Programme” engages contemporary society with classical philosophy and its application to the faith, the family and the world through conversation, interviews, and general camaraderie.
“The Two Wings” with the Holy Apostles faculty. “Faith and reason are like two wings on which the human spirit rises to the contemplation of truth; and God has placed in the human heart a desire to know the truth—in a word, to know himself—so that, by knowing and loving God, men and women may also come to the fullness of truth about themselves.” – Saint John Paul II, Fides et Ratio (1998).
“If You Know Mary, You Know Jesus” – This program offered by Bob Cantoni will help you know more about Mary, the Mother of Jesus
“Empowered by the Spirit” – Coming to us from Orange County, Catholic, Dcn. Steve Greco interviews guests on a variety of topics.
“Christian Democracy” – Jack Quirk and guests discuss contemporary political, social, and economic affairs in light of the Magisterium and Catholic social teaching.
“My Thots” Prof. Michael Brinda, author of Parish Management and Operations: The Buck Stops Here, offers his thoughts for the day.