BRINGING THE BEST IN CATHOLIC INNOVATORS TOGETHER TO COMPETE FOR A PRIZE OF $100,000. 12 FINALISTS. 3 WINNERS. TO HEAR ALL ABOUT IS CHECK OUT THE SHOW BELOW.
OUR TOPIC TODAY IS ABOUT FOSTERING DISCIPLESHIP THROUGH AN INNOVATION CHALLENGE CALLED “DEMO DAY”. OUR GUEST TODAY IS JASON SHANKS, OUR SUNDAY VISITOR, INSTITUTE, PRESIDENT. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE SAT. AUG. 29 DEMO DAY EVENT THE WEBSITE IS WWW.OSVCHALLENGE.COM/
CLICK THE PLAY BUTTON BELOW TO HEAR THE CATHOLIC RADIO INDY CO-HOST OF FAITH IN ACTION, TALK WITH JASON SHANKS ABOUT THIS EXCITING EVENT.
“DOCTOR, DOCTOR”, NEW SHOW ON CATHOLIC RADIO INDY – OUR GUEST DR. THOMAS MCGOVERN, CO-HOST OF NEW SHOW “DOCTOR, DOCTOR” ON REDEEMER RADIO, FT WAYNE TALKS WITH CO HOSTS, BRIGID AYER AND JIM GANLEY ABOUT THE NEW SHOW AIRING ON CATHOLIC RADIO INDY ON SATURDAYS AT 11AM FEATURING THREE AREA FORT WAYNE DOCTORS COVERING CURRENT MEDICAL TOPICS. THE WEBPAGE FOR REDEEMER RADIO IS WWW.REDEEMERRADIO.COM/DOCTOR
Knight Vision: Keeping the Faith in a Time of Social Distancing. Here’s a brand new radio show and podcast on Catholic Radio Indy produced by the Indiana State Council of the Knights of Columbus. On this week’s show, Knight Vision host, Scott Schutte interviews guests Brigid Ayer, Radio Host and author of Breaking New Ground, on the topic of digital evangelization and using social media. State Chaplain Father Mic talks about keeping the faith in a time of social distancing, and there is also a discussion of dealing with suffering. You won’t want to miss this episode! To get Brigid’s book, Breaking New Ground, CLICK HERE
Where There is Darkness, a new movie has been released on the Death Penalty & Divine Mercy. The story features a priest who wrote extensively on his opposition to the death penalty and ironically this priest was murdered. Here an interview with Marigrace Bailey and Laura Heraly, Lay Members of the Marian Moment of Priests talking about the movie and God’s Divine Mercy.
Is Christianity under attack under the guise of inclusivity? This is a question worth reflecting as an ongoing trend continues to emerge across the United States to remove civic markers which identify our culture’s Christian heritage. One Indiana town intends to remove “Good Friday” and “Columbus Day” from its calendar as a way of being ‘inclusive.’