On this program, hear the Gospel for the Third Sunday of Lent, a musical selection, and an interview with author, Tony Whall. Tony's book, "Sister Mary Elizabeth Gintling; A Life for God" is the inspirational story of a holy woman who dedicated her life to serving the poor. Sister Mary Elizabeth began The Joseph House to aid the needy in Baltimore and Salisbury, Maryland and founded the Little Sisters of Jesus and Mary who continue her work.
After a brief introduction, hear the Gospel for the Second Sunday of Lent, a musical selection, and an interview with Maria Ruiz Scaperlanda, author of "The Shepherd Who Didn't Run: Father Stanley Rother, Martyr from Oklahoma."
After a short introduction, the proclamation of the Gospel for the First Sunday of Lent, and a brief musical selection, hear an interview with Rev. Chris Posch, OFM, who, for the last 18 years, has served as the Director of the Office of Hispanic Ministry for the Diocese of Wilmington. We will also talk with Rev. Emerson Rodriguez, OFM, the new Director.
After a brief reflection, the Gospel for Sunday, February 7, 2016, and a musical selection, meet Ms. Rachel Casey, Principal of Saint Thomas More Academy in Magnolia, Delaware, and two of her students; freshmen, Logan Hughes and senior, Jon Titus. Then, get an overview of Saints Peter and Paul High School in Easton, Maryland, when school President, Dr. David Rath joins the program.