On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction and the Gospel for the 3rd Sunday of Easter, we will hear a message from the Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly, Bishop of the Diocese of Wilmington that reflects on the Gospel and ties it in with the Diocese of Wilmington's Annual Catholic Appeal. The Appeal begins in Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore on April 30th.
After the bishop's message, we will hear a cut from Marty Haugen's "All Are Welcome" CD, and an interview with Msgr. Peter Vaghi, author of the new book, "Meeting God in the Upper Room."
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On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction, the Gospel for the Second Sunday of Easter, and a musical selection from the CD, "Catholic Treasures," we will talk with photographer, Kristyn Brown, about "The Saints Project." As a talented young photographer in Los Angeles, Kristyn longed to use her talent to glorify God. The Saints Project, that depicts modern day men, women and children as saints of the Church, was the answer to her prayers.
On this special, Easter episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction, and the Holy Gospel for Easter Sunday of the Resurrection of the Lord, we will present the Most Reverend W. Francis Malooly's Easter message to the people of the Diocese of Wilmington, and some joyful music presented by the St. John the Baptist/Holy Angel Parish choir, under the direction of Mr. Stephen Adams.
On this Palm Sunday episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction, we will hear the Passion of Jesus, according to St. Matthew, presented by students from St. Elizabeth High School in Wilmington, Delaware. For names and photos of the students, visit the Catholic Forum Facebook page at www.facebook.com/catholicforum
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction and Gospel for the 5th Sunday of Lent, Kim Zarif, a member of Saint Mary Star of the Sea Parish in Ocean City, Maryland, will discus challenges faced by refugees and immigrants from Syria. Kim's husband immigrated from Syria over 20 years ago. Recently she and her husband helped settle other family members who came to Delmarva as refugees.