Wed, 23 November 2022
Archbishop Naumann is interviewed by Deacon Bill Scholl about the Kerygma and an initiative in the Archdiocese for all the priests and deacons to preach the Kerygma during advent.
They base their discussion on Fr. John Riccardo's book
Rescued: The Unexpected and Extraordinary News of the Gospel
Fr. Riccardo teaches that, "Kerygma is the Greek word for “proclamation.” It refers to the basic message of the gospel. But “basic” doesn’t mean “ordinary.” When St. Paul says that the gospel is “the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes” (Romans 1:16), he doesn’t mean Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. He means the proclamation of all that God has done for us in his Son, Jesus. He means the kerygma.
Direct download: 2022-11-27_Unwrapping_the_Kerygma_for_Christmas_mixdown.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:01am CDT
Fri, 11 November 2022
Archbishop Naumann dialogues with Marco Casanova, Assistant Director of Desert Stream Ministries
Desert Stream/Living Waters Ministries provides help for Christians struggling with sexual and relational problems. This help is based on the biblical foundation of compassion, integrity, and dependence on God.
Direct download: 2022_11-13_Desert_Stream_Ministries_mixdown.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:41pm CDT
Fri, 4 November 2022
Archbishop Naumann interviews Kristin Selby, about Catholic Charities' New Roots for Refugees, a program that empowers families from the refugee community to start farm businesses by growing and selling produce through farmer’s markets, wholesale, and New Roots’ Farm Share.
Farmers enter the New Roots four-year program with agricultural expertise from their home country and grow produce according to organic standards.
Direct download: 2022_11-6_New_Roots_4_Refugees_mixdown.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:23am CDT