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Sacred Treasures is a weekly interview program on Radio Maria hosted by Kathie Duggan. Each week, Kathie interviews Catholics from around the world and all walks of life about their faith journey and work in building the Kingdom of God. Be sure to tune in each Monday at 3pm EST / 2pm CST for this live show.
Mary Anne Kreitzer, President of LES FEMMES (a lay Catholic media apostolate), is an editor of a quarterly newsletter, The Truth, who will be talking about palliative care and those who wish to control dying.
Chief Researcher for Life Tree, Ione Whitlock, uses her talents in the educational pro-life ministry to alert the public to the transformation of traditional care to palliative care and hastening of death.
Dom Alcuin Reid, a monk of the Monastery of St. Benoit in France, lectures and has works published extensively on the Liturgy. He is discussing the international conference on the Sacred Liturgy, Sacra Liturgia 2013 in Rome and the book of the proceedings: “Sacred Liturgy: The Source and Summit of the Life and Mission of the Church”, which he edited. www.msb-lgf.org
Jason Jones, movie producer, Catholic apologist, and humanitarian, talks of his latest project, “Movie to Movement”, where he shares and produces great films. www.movietomovement.com
Fr. Chad Partain, historian, pastor, and Chancellor of the Diocese of Alexandria, discusses the Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Natchitoches, Louisiana, a jewel in the Tricentennial Celebration of the historic city. Father Chad is briefly joined by Ron McBride, PH.D, the Tri-Centennial Manager.
Giuseppe Gennarini, the person responsible for the Neocatechumenal Way in the U.S. and spokesman for the book, “The Kerygma: In Shantytown with the Poor”, discusses the conversion story and evangelization of a lay missionary, founder of the Neocatechumenal Way, Kiko Arguello.
Sister Louise Marie from the Sister Servants of the Eternal Word, tells of tells of her Order and their work: evangelizing through retreats and other means available.
Sr. Emmanuel Millard–of the Catholic Community of the Beatitudes discusses the fruits of conversion from pilgrimages to Medjugorje and how to live the messages of the Queen of Peace as a personal witness to help others to know the love of God.
Successful businessman and philanthropist, Tim Busch, founded a chain of hotels, two Catholic schools, a law firm, a winery, and the Napa Institute Conference scheduled for July 24-27, 2014.
Dennis Doyle, well-known Celtic harpist, singer, and storyteller performs nationally and internationally in Gaelic and English at concerts, festivals, and other events, and has produced several CD’s.
Christopher Ruff and Ukrainian-born Valentyna Pavsyukova talk of Chalice of Mercy, a ministry begun by Valentyna. The ministry includes taking Ukrainian youth and medical professionals on pilgrimages to Medjugorje to teach them the faith and help them save the lives of the defenseless where “abortion is rampant”.
A TIME FOR MIRACLES is a film produced and directed by award-winning author, Jack Sacco, who teamed up with Bob Sawyer and Artie Boyle, father of 13 children. This is the story of Boyle’s miraculous recovery from terminal cancer when in Medjugorje, and the fruits of many conversions.
Patti Armstrong, author, speaker, and mother of ten children, talks about her new children’s book: Dear God You Can’t Be Serious, with beautiful illustrations that will warm hearts and evoke memories.
The Shrine of St. Joseph, Pious Union of St. Joseph for the Suffering and Dying, is a great source of grace for the Poor Souls in Purgatory, as discussed by Fr. Paul Oggioni, Pastoral Director.