Gia Chacón, humanitarian and founder of For the Martyrs, discusses Christian persecution in our world today.
Christian music star Jeremy Camp discusses the new film, “I Still Believe,” based on his autobiography.
Dr. Brant Pitre chats with Father Dave about his new book, “Introduction to the Spiritual Life: Walking the Path of Prayer with Jesus.”
Pat Falotico, CEO of the Robert K Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, stops by the show to talk about servant leadership and how following this approach can help us all be better leaders.
A caller asks Father Dave how long baptisms were performed before Jesus was baptized. Father Dave shares some history about the origins of baptism. (Original Air 09-05-17)
A listener named Michael asks Father Dave if John the Baptist was immaculately conceived like Mary. He wonders if this is the case because Elizabeth was older and past childbearing years, and the angel Gabriel announced to Mary that her cousin Elizabeth was pregnant with John the Baptist.
A listener named Jack asks Father Dave if it is possible for him to become a priest after having his marriage annulled. Jack explains that he had thoughts of becoming a priest before getting married, and now that his marriage is annulled, those thoughts have returned. He also shares that he has a son under the age of 18, and wonders if the Church would allow him to pursue priesthood at this time.
Friend of the show Heather King stops by the studio to discuss her new book, “Famished: A Food Memoir with Recipes,” and her other recent writing. Heather shares the inspiration for her column at Magnificat, and the great people she has met along her career journey. (Original Air 6-25-18)
Chloe Howard stops by the studio to discuss her new book, “Stand Beautiful: A Story of Brokenness, Beauty, and Embracing it All.” Chloe shares that she was born with a club foot, and describes the bullying and assault she faced for her appearance. She shares how she overcame it all, and how she is using her story to inspire others. Original Air 6-25-18
A listener named Bob asks, “How do I pray to the Holy Spirit?” Bob explains that as he has gone deeper into his prayer life, he can’t seem to connect to the Holy Spirit. Father Dave suggests praying the popular “Prayer to the Holy Spirit” and reflecting on the fruits of the Spirit listed in Saint Paul’s letter to the Galatians.” Original Air 1-09-19