On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction and the Gospel for the Feast of the Ascension of the Lord, we will learn about the Anti-Defamation League's program for Catholic school teachers, "Bearing Witness." Ms. Randi Boyette from the ADL's Philadelphia office will tell us about this program that is designed to explore Jewish-Catholic relations through the years, and help teachers to present important topics such as anti-Semitism, The Holocaust, and hate.
On this episode, after a brief introduction, the Gospel for the 6th Sunday of Easter, and a song from John Michael Talbot, we will talk to Saints Peter and Paul, Easton, Maryland parishioner, Mr. Alex Handy. Alex was a participant in a recent mission trip to San Marcos, Guatemala. Since 2003, the Diocese of Wilmington and the Diocese of San Marcos have been engaged in a Solidarity Partnership. Saints Peter and Paul have been very active in the partnership in recent years. Alex shares his impressions and reflections on his trip.
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction and the Gospel for the 5th Sunday of Easter, Karen Barbieri will discuss Pietra Fitness. Karen developed this alternative to yoga that incorporates Christian prayer and meditation. Information is available at www.pietrafitness.com.
On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction, the Gospel for the 4th Sunday of Easter, and music from John Michael Talbot; we will chat with five student winners of the annual Jerry E. Dawson Knights of Columbus Vocation Essay Contest, and hear their winning essays. Norah Teaney, a 5th grader from Immaculate Heart of Mary School; Sam Rajevich, a 6th grader from St. Elizabeth School; 7th grader Francesca Tussa from St. Ann's School; and 8th graders, Kiley Larkin from St. Joseph on the Brandywine Religious Education Program; and Grace Smith from Ursuline Academy will present their essays.