Catholic Views is a weekly radio program broadcast Sundays around eastern South Dakota. The program includes the Sunday readings, a recap of religious news highlights from the past week, and an interview segment which highlights events and topics relevant to Catholics and others of faith.
It’s Memorial Day Weekend coming up, so we visit with a Veteran from our office, Chris Motz, who also is the Director of the South Dakota Catholic Conference.
We visit with Gene Young, retiring managing editor of the Bishop’s Bulletin, about his 19 years serving the Diocese of Sioux Falls.
We talk to Katie Fritz and Emily Leedom about next month’s Women’s Conference and the beautiful vocation of motherhood.
We talk to Assistant Vocations Director Fr. Jordan Samson and Kevin Fitzgibbons about how you can help fund seminarian education by supporting the Bishop’s Charity Fishing Tournament.
We talk to Daryl Thuringer, Director of Parish & School Services for the diocese, Mark Stone from Aberdeen Roncalli and Darlene Braun, principal from St. Joseph School, Pierre on the phone from Chicago at the NCEA 2019 Convention.
We revisit last year’s conversation with Fr. Tom Hartman. His “resurrection story”; from single father of two children to the priesthood.
We talk with Fr. Anthony Urban about Holy Week and parish traditions.
We talk with Emily Leedom and Katie Fritz about former abortion worker Abby Johnson’s biopic Unplanned.
We talk with Dr. Chris Burgwald about spiritual reading and Lectio Divina as great practices for Lent.
Fr. Mike Griffin, pastor of St. Mary Parish in Aberdeen, joins us this week to give us a pastors perspective on Lent.