Archive for January, 2014

January 27, 2014 – Patti Armstrong and Jordan Allott

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Public speaker, book author, and mother of ten children, Patti Armstrong, discusses stories of family life in her new book, “Big Hearted”.

Jordan Allott, founder and Executive Producer for In Altum Productions, has produced and distributed documentaries, including his recent project on the Plight of the Christians in the Middle East. His work has been featured globally by media outlets.

January 20, 2014 – Eva Muntean, Grace Dulaney, and Kathy DiFiore

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The founder of Walk For Life West Coast, Eva Muntean, talks of her goal for 2014: to give a vocal and visual message that the people of the West Coast stand for life.

Grace Dulaney, founder of Agnus Dei Foundation/Lamb of God Ranch talks of her life and adoption process which enabled her to work with birth mothers that are choosing or discerning adoption for their children.

The movie “Gimme Shelter” is a true story about the life of Kathy DiFiore and a homeless pregnant mother whom she helps in one of the Several Sources Shelters she founded.

January 13, 2014 – Brother Bachmann

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Brother Bachmann discusses the beautiful music from the CD, “Ecce Fiat, The Annunciation” by the Monastic Choir of Our Lady of Clear Creek Abbey. He also speaks of his life in the monastery built in the ancient traditional style of monasticism.

In the second part of the program, Kathie Duggan talks about Kathy DiFiore, the founder of Several Sources Shelter, whose story is portrayed in the upcoming film, “Gimme Shelter”.

January 06, 2014 – Dr. Matthew Cuddeback and Fr. Steven Wilson CSrR

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Catholic ecology and the spirit of good stewardship, while offering all things back to God the Creator, is the theme of Dr. Matthew Cuddeback’s talk as a Professor of Philosophy at Providence College in Rhode Island.

Fr. Steven Wilson, CSrR talks of his work in Mississippi as a Redemptorist pastor, as well as his work in other parts of the world.