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Each Saturday, Catholic Forum brings you a brief reflection, the proclamation of the Sunday Gospel by a Deacon or Priest of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington, a musical selection, an interview of 15-20 minutes in length, and on most shows, an episode of Modern Day Witness, by Father Rich Jasper. Catholic Forum is the longest-running Catholic talk show on radio, having begun in 1939 on a radio station in Wilmington, Delaware. It is now heard every Saturday morning at 11:00 on Relevant Radio 640 and is heard in the Philadelphia and South Jersey area as well as throughout the State of Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore. As soon as it finishes airing on the radio, a new program podcast debuts at 11:30 a.m. ET each Saturday Morning. Additionally, “FLASHBACK” is a Catholic Forum interview that aired sometime over the last 20 years. It is exclusive content for podcast listeners and debuts each Wednesday morning. Catholic Forum is a production of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington.
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May 4, 2019

On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a brief introduction, the Gospel for the Third Sunday of Easter, and a song from John Angotti's "Testify!" CD, we will be joined by Mr. Felix Spitelle from the Delaware Knights of Columbus, and the 5th through 8th grade students who wrote the winning essays in the annual Delaware Knights of Columbus Jerry Dawson Memorial Vocations Essay Contest. Those young writers are Claire Gordon from Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Natalia Alfieri from St. Anthony of Padua School, Sonya Stankova from St. Elizabeth School, Will Sommers from St. Joseph on the Brandywine Religious Education Program, and Jenna Bozzo from Immaculate Heart of Mary School.