Archive for October, 2012

October 25, 2012 – Bruce Sullivan

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Ken talks with his guest Bruce Sullivan, author of Christ In His Fullness – A Protestant Minister Discovers the Fullness of Christ in the Catholic Church (published by Coming Home Resources) Christ In His Fullness details the journey of Bruce Sullivan into the Catholic Church. This book presents a full-length treatment of the primary issue that propelled Bruce on his journey, namely that of authority. But perhaps more importantly, it emphasizes in a positive way the great gift awaiting all who will embrace the Catholic faith, the gift of having Christ in all of His fullness. To purchase a copy of his book visit www.chnetwork.org

October 18, 2012 – Ruth Haley Barton

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Ken talks with his guest Ruth Haley Barton, author of Pursuing God’s Will Together – A Discernment Practice for Leadership Groups (InterVarsity Press) Meetings can sap our energy, rupture community and thoroughly demoralize us. What if there was another way? Church boards and other Christian leadership teams have long relied on models adapted from the business world. Ruth Haley Barton, president of the Transforming Center, helps teams transition to a much more suitable model–the spiritual community that discerns God’s will together. In these pages you will discover personal and group practices that will lead you into a new way of experiencing community and listening to God together. To purchase and autographed copy of her book and learn more about the Transforming Center visit www.thetransformingcenter.org

October 11, 2012 – Joe Paprocki and Jenna Steiger

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In the first half hour Ken talks with Joe Paprocki, author of 7 Keys to Spiritual Wellness – Enriching Your Faith by Strengthening the Health of Your Soul (Loyola Press) Joe helps us see the Christian faith not as a collection of rules and doctrine, but as a spiritual path–a path whose guideposts for spiritual wellness are sure to lead us to a more meaningful life and to a much richer experience of our faith. Visit Joe’s website at www.catechistsjourney.com His book is available at www.loyolapress.com

Ken’s guest in the second half hour was Jenna Steiger who talked about the Dynamic Catholic Book Program. This is a fantastic program where a wide range of great Catholic books are available for as little as $2 a copy. For details visit: www.dynamiccatholic.com/parishbookprogram

October 4, 2012 – Heidi Bratton

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Ken talks with Heidi Bratton, author of Homegrown Faith – Nurturing Your Catholic Family (Servant Books) A series of insightful and often humorous weekly reflections on raising faithful Catholic families, Homegrown Faith, draws on familiar situations—sibling rivalry, fender-benders, lost shoes before Mass—to reveal unexpected sacramental riches. Visit Heidi’s website at http://www.heidibratton.com Her book is available at www.franciscanmedia.org