Monday, July 15, 2013

Bishop James Conley of Lincoln, NE

Bishop James D. Conley tells us about his experiences at Kansas University in the early 1970's.  He was part of the "Integrated Humanities Program"which lead hundreds of students into the Catholic Church.  It was a great books program lead by Dennis Quinn, Frank Nelick and John Senior.  Bishop Connelly describes the program and tells of his own journey from agnosticism to being ordained a catholic bishop.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Dawn Eden

In this interview, Dawn Eden speaks about her new book, My Peace I Give You: Healing Sexual Wounds with the Help of the Saints.  Dawn tells us of her own path of healing and the role that her faith played in that journey.  She also speaks of her conversion to Catholicism and the vocational call she feels from the Lord.  (The subject matter of this interview is of an adult nature)

Monsignor Leo Maasburg

Fr. Leo Maasburg has written a book about Mother Teresa entitled, "Mother Teresa of Calcutta: a personal portrait."  I had a chance to sit down with Fr. Leo and interview him about the six years he spent traveling and working with her.  In the interview, he reflects on different stories about Mother and her teachings.  He also shares how his own priesthood was affected by the experience.

Marina Helfrich

Marina is a young german woman who interviewed Fr. Leo Maasburg on his series about Mother Teresa.  She shared with me some reflections on Mother Teresa and the faith in her native bavaria.  She also describes her own journey with the Lord.