On this edition of Catholic Forum, hear the joyful Gospel for the Feast of the Resurrection of the Lord, Bishop Francis Malooly's Easter Message to the people of Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore, and hear some terrific Easter music from the Saint John the Beloved Womens Choir, and meet the parish Director of Liturgy and Music, Ms. Lisa Papili-Carlson.
After a short introduction, hear students from section one of the sophomore American Literature class from St. Elizabeth High School in Wilmington, Delaware present the Passion of Jesus Christ, according to Saint Luke, in honor of Palm Sunday of the Passion of the Lord.
After a brief introduction, the Gospel for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, and a musical selection, hear Father Brian Terry, SA, Minister General of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement discuss the life of Servant of God, Father Paul (Wattson) of Graymoor. Father Paul was born in Millington, on Maryland's Eastern Shore in 1863. His cause for canonization was recently opened by Cardinal Timothy Dolan of the Archdiocese of New York. He is the first person born in what is now the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington to be considered for sainthood.
On this edition of Catholic Forum, hear a brief introduction, the Gospel for the 4th Sunday of Lent, and an musical selection, followed by an interview with a brave young man: Ji Seong-ho, who defected from North Korea. Via interpreter, Henry Song, Ji Seong-ho discusses his heroic defection and life in under the oppressive dictators who rule North Korea. Delaware business leader, Brian DiSabatino, tells how Pope Francis inspired him to sponsor Ji Seong-ho's visit to the United States.