Hospitality is not only a Christian duty, but an easy and practical way to extend to others the love of Christ – and it has a huge and lasting impact for those on the receiving end. As Fr. Leo says in the video above, “Feeding somebody is a way to heal them.”
In today’s fast-paced and activity-laden society, many families look to cut down on food preparation time to make it quick and easy. But is this fast food mentality a good idea? What are we missing out on when we cut corners with the family meal? Here is what Fr. Leo Patalinghug (the family meal aficionado and cooking expert) has to say.
If you haven’t seen this excellent interview with Sister John Catherine of the Nashville Dominicans, you don’t want to miss it. Here she is interviewed by a non-Catholic Christian who seeks to better understand what a life consecrated to God means, and what it looks like as practiced in the daily life of her convent.
We recently enjoyed the privilege of having Fr. Leo Patalinghug (of EWTN fame) drop by our studio for a few questions while he was traveling in our hometown of Charlotte for his Grace Before Meals apostolate.
Many know Fr. Leo for being a master chef and charming TV personality, but he is first and foremost a gifted priest. That’s why the first question we wanted to ask when we sat down with him is how he discerned his call to the priesthood, and what advice he would give to young men currently discerning this vocation.
Have you always wanted to participate in a Lenten retreat, but don’t have the time or money to spend a whole weekend away from home? Sometimes just managing to attend a one-day retreat can be difficult! Doors of Mercy: Exploring God’s Covenant With You is a wonderful option for an at-home Lenten retreat, that can be done at […]
This is not just another book about Pope Francis – this book features the Holy Father’s own spontaneous words spoken as he exercises his everyday role as chief shepherd of all Christians. It is a compilation of the homily text recorded and transcribed by Radio Vaticana, complete with summaries and commentary – and meant to be read like a daily devotional. Below you can read an interview with the editor below as well as an excerpt homily from the book.
A brilliant biography of one of the intellectual mavericks of 20th century Catholicism – arguably the most influential man of faith in American life, from the 1960’s through to the 2000’s. Interview with author Randy Boyagoda on his new release, Richard John Neuhaus: A Life in the Public Square.
Brian Burch and Emily Stimpson answer questions about their new book entitled, The American Catholic Almanac, a collection of inspiring stories of famous Catholic figures, their influence on American history, culture and politics, and the contributions shaped by their Catholic faith.
Cardinal Wuerl answers questions about his new book authored with Mike Aquilina entitled, The Feasts: How the Church Year Forms Us as Catholics.
In The Feasts, Cardinal Wuerl and Aquilina explore the festivities in the calendar of Catholic holidays. From Christmas to Easter, the Feast of the Guardian Angels to the Pentecost, the authors reintroduce readers to the true beauty and meaning of each centuries-old celebration.
There’s been much flurry and excitement in the Catholic world since the short span of time from February 11 when Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI announced is resignation from the Chair of St. Peter and when Pope Francis was selected by the College of Cardinals on March 13. Posted below are our interviews with 4 popular names involved with Catholic media: Gary Zimak, host of Following the Truth on BlogTalkRadio, Al Kresta, President and CEO of Ave Maria Radio, Fr. Roderick, broadcaster & writer at SQPN.com. We’ve also included an interview with James V. Coffey, Vice President of the Papal Foundation.