The Shepherd's Voice
Archbishop Joseph Naumann teaches the Catholic Faith by interviewing Catholics who live it.
  • Archbishop Naumann speaks with Camille Pickhinke, Director of Community Engagement for Catholic Charities about how local food pantries are in urgent need of food donations.

    With the rising cost of food, supply chain issues, and an increase of those accessing Catholic Charities food pantries (up 25% since February 2022) the need to feed our neighbors in need is critical.


    • Donate food items at your local parish food drive. For a list of where to find our food truck in the KC Metro visit our website:
    • Host a food drive. Contact Camille at to schedule.
    • Go shopping. Take the list with you to the grocery store and purchase items from our most needed list and donate to your local Catholic Charities food pantry.
    • Donate at the Hy-Vee Food Drive. Find our volunteers throughout the month on Saturdays at area Hy-Vee stores:
    • Shop from our Amazon Wish List. Click “add to cart” from wherever you are and have food items delivered directly to our warehouse for distribution to our food pantries.    Find our list here: or scan this QR code
Direct download: 2022-11-18_Food_Drive_for_Local_Need_mixdown.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:38pm CDT

Archbishop Naumann dialogues with Dr. Michael Pakaluk about his life of faith and the importance of ethics.

MICHAEL PAKALUK is a professor of ethics and social philosophy in the Busch School of Business at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., and a member of the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas. He earned his undergraduate and doctoral degrees at Harvard and studied as a Marshall Scholar at the University of Edinburgh. An expert in ancient philosophy, he has published widely on Aristotelian ethics and the philosophy of friendship and done groundbreaking work in business ethics. His previous books include Other Selves: Philosophers on FriendshipThe Appalling Strangeness of the Mercy of God, and most recently The Memoirs of St. Peter: A New Translation of the Gospel according to Mark. He lives in Hyattsville, Maryland, with his wife, Catherine Pakaluk, a professor of economics, and their eight children.

Direct download: 2022_9-11_Dr._Pakaluk_mixdown.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:03pm CDT