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President of Radio Maria, Carlo DiMaggio, talks of his past year with the station, his vision for the future of Radio Maria, and the Immaculate Conception Sweepstakes.
Carol Masuga, winner of the Immaculate Conception Sweepstakes, talks about her ministries for the church and her plans for the next year.
The Staff and Crew of Radio Maria share Christmas cheer with special songs and prayer, accompanied by Joan Lanius.
Patti Armstrong is a public speaker, author, and mother of 10 children. She talks of her two adopted children and their challenges to success.
Walter Wysocki, the Immaculate Conception Sweepstakes winner of the 3rd place prize of $500, tells of his love of Radio Maria, his faith, and his love of the Rosary.
Herb Jacobson, a convert from Lutheran to Catholicism, tells of his journey to discover the Catholic faith. Herb is also a presenter for Radio Maria and works in radio media.
Father Robert Young, Program Director of Radio Maria, reflects on the Advent season, Christmas tradition, the Immaculate Conception, and comments on the 2013 Radio Maria sweepstakes results.
Father Daniel McCaffrey, a former military chaplain, has a Doctorate in Sacred Theology and 40 years experience of proclaiming the Church’s teachings on human sexuality. He will be discussing his work and seeds of NFP Outreach.
The beautiful full-length feature film, Mary of Nazareth, is discussed by Anthony “Tony” Ryan, director of marketing for Ignatius Press since 1981. Tony also has a rich background in Marian devotions.
Door to door evangelist seeking inactive Catholics and Director of Ministries, Ashton Mouton, will talk of evangelizing the faith.
Schola Cantorum of Holy Family with their CD, “Songs for the Eucharist Ancient and New” will be played and discussed by Fr. Stephen Concordia, Director of Programs in Sacred Music at St. Vincent College in Pennsylvania.
On Veterans Day, author Norman Fulkerson talks of the military heroes that have preserved the family and culture of America, especially his heroic friend, Colonel John Ripley of the Marine Core, during the Vietnam War.
New Orleans’ St. Paul Street Evangelist, Philip Bellini, talks of the new apostolate’s success.
Sean Bloomfield is an award-winning filmmaker, author, and expert on Marian apparitions. He will discuss his discovering of his Catholic faith during a pilgrimage to Medjugorje which led to Queen of Peace Productions and two films: The Triumph, and If Only We Had Listened.
Tom Mulligan and Fr. Antoine Thomas with the expedition team of nine (including priests and laymen) who made the Mexico Mountain Climb filmed by Jordan Allott, one of the climbers who made the DVD called: The Eucharist Expedition-To the Summit.
Apologist, author, and public speaker, Mark Shea, discusses his book “By What Authority” which tells of his conversion to Catholicism from Evangelicalism and discovery of Christian tradition.
Mike Ford, General Manager of Our Lady’s Rosary Makers, will be talking about the half million rosaries sent around the world from their mission rosary apostolate.