Steve Koob talks with Mary Popp, the founder of the Society for the Preservation of Roman Catholic Heritage (SPORCH), about the work done by SPORCH to preserve Catholic artwork, the return of many traditions and traditional artwork in the Church, and the Extraordinary–or Latin–Form of the Mass. Mary Popp also talks about why it is most reverent to receive the Holy Eucharist kneeling down, on the tongue.
FRANCESCA FRANCHINA, MS Ed. talks with artist/ sculptress Yolanda Bello of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Mary Popp of Dayton, Ohio, founder of Sporch, focusing on the world of art and artists; liturgical and church art; the climate that sets the tone for appreciating inspired Catholic art propelling artists into the realm of evangelization and discipleship. How can parents, grandparents, teachers and artists make a difference in the lives of their young and their own lives, through the liturgical feasts and seasons of the Church and the art that accompanies them or should accompany them? What Christian art can do in their homes, schools, offices and the marketplace. Tune in; find out and share your art experiences, stories and tried and true ideas about art and sacramentals.