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Fr. Mike Halloran and Ruth Deddens – September 06, 2011

Francesca¬† Franchina, MS Ed. talks with¬†Fr. Mike Halloran, Pastor of Holy Cross, Holy¬†Rosary and St. Adelbert Parishes,¬†Dayton, OH¬†, Ruth Deddens, Holy Angels Parishioner¬†and ¬†President of One More Soul, Dayton, OH¬† and Tim Francis,¬†Founder/President of You Shall Believe Ministries, Dallas, Texas¬† regarding the Memorial Prayer Gathering/Evening Prayer¬† and Concert at St. Anthony of Padua Church on Sunday, September 11 at 4 PM and the message behind the modern day¬† Eucharistic Miracles documented by world renown pathologists in the¬† You Shall Believe¬† Multi-Media Presentation by Tim¬† at 7:00 – 8:30 PM on September 11, 12, 13 at St. Anthony of Padua Parish on Bowen¬† Street, Dayton, OH 45410. Francesca’s¬†¬†Recipe of the Week:¬† Fast, deliciously filling and easy Risotto with Melangani (rice with eggplant)¬†and Italian breaded¬†pork or beef steaks.¬†¬†Send a SASE to Francesca; P O Box 3238, Dayton, OH 45401 for¬† the St. Michael The Archangel and Precious Blood of Jesus Novena and Prayer and SHARING FAITH AND FOODS: Francesca Franchina stirs up good things in her kitchen sharing faith, inviting others to partake in the goodness of the Lord and sharing recipes for living ¬†life’s lessons as¬†given to¬†us in the Word of God and promulgated by Good Pope John Paul II in The New Evangelization.¬† ¬†“Taste and See the Goodness of the Lord ” in Francesca’s kitchen as she shares everyday¬† down to earth conversation about sharing faith, easy ways to evangelization¬†and her family’s favorite¬† Italian¬† recipes from Termini Imerese, Sicilia

You Shall Believe – Aug. 25, 2010

Francesca Franchina, MS talks with business man, Tim Francis of Dallas, TX, about ‚ÄúScience Tests Faith‚ÄĚ and Reasons To Believe the DVD and book by Australian Attorney Ron Tessorio, and Australian renowned Investigative Journalist Mike Willis reporting and documenting miracles of the Holy Eucharist turning to living flesh and blood, bleeding statues, real tears and real blood and supernatural things going on all over the world being tested in noted world wide pathology labs to show how Heaven is speaking to humanity: ‚ÄúThere is a God and Jesus became human for our salvation.‚ÄĚ Tim an enthusiastic, powerful speaker and native of New Carlisle, OH grew up in Sacred Heart Parish. He travels extensively throughout the USA to arrange and conduct presentations of this investigative, highly documented study. Tim first conducted the program September 8, 2009 at Transfiguration Church in West Milton, OH where a new DVD was recorded and now available. See more of Tim and live footage filmed while the investigation and study of these phenomenon were occurring. www.youshallbelieve.com.

Italian Wedding Soup

Francesca Franchina, MS Ed. speaks with Maureen Pierce and Tim Francis regarding The Sorrows of Our Blessed Mother, The Marian Apparitions in Rwanda/ Our Lady of Kibeho 1981-1990 and Our Lady of Fatima 1917 commenting on the Eucharistic Program at Transfiguration Parish on the Scientific Research, Eucharistic Miracles and Intercessory Prayer. Francesca shares her favorite family recipe for Italian Wedding Soup.

Recipe: Italian Wedding Soup

Ingredients

  • Soup: 6 Cups – Chicken Broth 1/2 Cup – Uncooked Soup Pasta 2 Cups – Thinly Sliced Escarole or Spinach Baby
  • Meat Balls: 1/2 lb – lean ground beef 1 egg 2T – Dry bread crumbs 1T – Grated Parmesan Cheese 1/2t – dry or fresh parsley 1/2t – garlic powder

Instructions

  1. Baby Meat Balls: In a medium bowl, mix together all ingredients and then hand roll into 3/4 inch balls.
  2. Soup: Strain 6 cups homemade chicken broth into another pan; reserve chicken to pull apart in small pieces to put into the soup or use for another recipe. You can also use canned chicken broth (46 ounce can) or powdered chicken soup starter which is very good in a hurry to make six cups!
  3. Bring broth to a boil, drop in formed meatballs, ¬Ĺ cup uncooked soup pasta and 2 cups thinly sliced escarole or spinach.
  4. Cook at slow boil about ten minutes till pasta is cooked (not drowned or mushy but al dente) Stir frequently with wooden spoon so pasta and meatballs don’t get beat up! Ladle into bowls, Serve as a prima piatta (first dish/ soup course) with grated cheese at the table or as a meal with crusty Italian bread/dipping oil and salada verde. Bon Pranzo!

Meal type: supper

Culinary tradition: Italian