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Each Saturday, Catholic Forum brings you a news update from The Dialog, the official news source for the Diocese of Wilmington, and an interview segment of about 21 minutes in length. 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 afternoon at 1:30 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 2:00 p.m. ET each Saturday afternoon. Catholic Forum is a production of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington
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Jun 17, 2023

On this episode of Catholic Forum, after a Dialog news brief, we talk to Paula Kosin, author of the new book, Grieving: A Spiritual Process for Catholics. Author Paula Kosin has come to know the rocky landscape of grief very well—through her own losses, by formal training, and by accompanying many bereaved people in the grief support groups. In Grieving: A Spiritual Process for Catholics, Kosin has combined deep wisdom from the Christian tradition with current insights from the social sciences to create a book that can be an effective companion for grievers—Catholic and non-Catholic alike.