Marriage is the normal way in which God calls people to be sanctified through love for one another. And yet, as commonplace as it is, it’s not easy–especially in today’s world. This week, Fr. Ed Hauf, OMI, talks with Greg and Julie Alexander of the Alexander House marriage apostolate. Together they’ll explore the keys to a happy, lasting married life!
In preparation for the 3rd annual Catholic Seniors’ Conference, founders Deacon Tom and Mary Jane Fox spoke with Robert Rodriguez and Jeffrey Huber – members of the Steering Committee – about this unique event for senior citizens and anyone who cares about a senior.
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Deacon Tom and Mary Jane Fox hosted guest Paul Vance, founder of The Tobit Ministry of San Antonio.
This unique ministry devotes itself to the reverential burial of men and women who were homeless and have no other options provided by family or friends. Through contact with various ministries to the homeless, the Tobit Ministry responds to the death of those who live on the streets by facilitating the burial of those individuals in a dignified manner, respecting in each their particular faith and culture. The Tobit Ministry seeks out partnerships with individuals and organizations concerned with the most poor in our community.
Learn more at https://www.tobitministry.org
In October 2015, the Catholic bishops worldwide held a Synod on the Family. Among its hottest topics was marriage. In this episode of Catholicism Live!, Fr. Ed Hauf, OMI, speaks with Canon Lawyer Fr. Gregory Chahinian about marriage in the eyes of the Church today.
Greg Camacho spoke with Lucia Luzondo, former Director of the Secretariat for the Laity, Marriage, Family Life and Youth at the Archdiocese of San Antonio, about the recent World Meeting of Families in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Greg Camacho talks with Aimee Christine Murphy and Lisa Twigg, President and Social Media Coordinator of Life Matters Journal, about the Consistent Life Movement: what it is, what it isn’t, and what’s going on in an increasingly diverse pro-life movement.
What kind of insights and resources does the Church provide for divorced Catholics? Are divorced Catholics in full communion with the Church?
This episode, Sally Gomez-Jung and Margaret Pruett join host Greg Camacho to talk about how the Catholic Church desires for her divorced members to fully participate in the life of the Church, with helpful tips and support for healing and growing after suffering through divorce.
How can we grow in our faith while appreciating the gift of food? We talk with Jeff Young, the Catholic Foodie about his vocational formation with Mother Teresa’s community & now as a husband and father who enjoys sharing food with others.
(Due to technical difficulties, the first 3 minutes of the recording sound “far away”, though the remaining time is fine.)
The summer season often finds kids (and sometimes adults) languishing in front of screens all day, but it doesn’t have to! Help your family grow in faith while having fun with these great tips from Richard Reyna and Rob & Camille DiMaio.
Create a passport with credits for visiting places named after Mary, Joseph, and other saints, performing an act of service, or performing a play with faith or morals at the center.
Create a roadtrip mix with favorite Catholic radio shows, books and pocasts for those long drives to the beach or relatives in other cities.
Research the namesakes of out-of-town parishes and talk about them before mass with your kids.
…and much more!
We sat down with Beth Green, Director of Development for St. PJ’s Children’s Home in San Antonio.
St. Peter-St. Joseph provides a supportive environment for children in need of emergency shelter, and they’re looking for new foster parents! Take a listen to this episode and learn more about the need in our San Antonio community for foster homes.
St. Peter-St. Joseph Children’s Home
919 Mission Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78210
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