Showing posts from May, 2022

Candid Catholic Convos - 5-29-2022

When you think of possession and making yourself vulnerable to evil spirits, you're probably thinking playing with tarot cards or Ouija boards, not personal development, right? New trends in the realm of personal growth sound great in theory, but may actually be opening us up to attack, not blessings. Father John Szada, exorcist for the Diocese, explains how growth without God could be very dangerous.

Candid Catholic Convos - 5-22-2022

  May is National Foster Care Awareness Month! Gwen Pfeifer, program director of Adoption Services and Specialized Foster Care at Catholic Charities, joins me today to talk about these programs and how we can get involved.

Candid Catholic Convos - 5-15-2022

  Mental illness affects 1 in 4 adults, and in 2020, suicide was the second leading cause of death, many of whom were stricken with some form of mental illness. Donna Nebistinsky and Tim Danko of St Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish decided to take action and establish a safe-haven for those afflicted to reduce the stigma around mental illness, especially in the church.

Candid Catholic Convos - 5-8-2022

  Happy Mother's Day! Today we celebrate all mothers, and grieve with those who may be struggling with the loss of their earthly mothers or mourning a strained relationship. Sister Geralyn reminds us Mary is our mother, too, and explains how we can grow in a relationship with her to know her son Jesus better."

Candid Catholic Convos - 5-1-2022

  This week, we are continuing our conversation with Matthew Kenenitz, a Diocese of Harrisburg native who's spent the last three years teaching overseas at Ukrainian Catholic University before evacuating in February. He shares some of the harrowing experiences his students, friends and colleagues face on a daily basis as the crisis in their country continues."