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Catholic Connection – November 12, 2013 – Hour 1

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Intro and News

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Taking the Pro-Life Message to Korea

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Taking the Pro-Life Message to Korea

  • Description: Dr. Donna Harrison continued

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Joseph: The Man Who Raised Jesus

  • Description: Who was St. Joseph? Was he just a passive, incidental figure in the drama of salvation? On the contrary, in every way that Jesus needed a father, St. Joseph was that for him. And how overwhelming it must have been for Joseph to be asked to stand in the Father’s place! No man has ever been asked to do so in such an unthinkable way. Every priest, and certainly every man who is a father (biologically or otherwise), should take this to heart. Caster’s book will provide a unique, in-depth presentation of Joseph from the perspective of the evangelical counsels and the theological and cardinal virtues. Each section will begin with an explanation of what each counsel or virtue means and then show how Joseph models it for us. (Originally aired October 8, 2013)
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    • Fr. Gary Caster

      Fr. Gary Caster was ordained in 1992 and is a priest of the Diocese of Peoria, Illinois. He has worked as a high school chaplain, religion teacher, and director of campus ministries at Bradley University, Eureka College, Illinois State University, and Illinois Wesleyan University. He worked with the office of family life to develop a program of marriage preparation, and taught Church history and ecclesiology to men in formation for the permanent diaconate. The author of several books, including "The Little Way of Lent: Meditations in the Spirit of St. Thérèse of Lisieux" and "The Little Way of Advent: Meditations in the Spirit of St. Thérèse of Lisieux," Fr. Caster has also written and produced shows for EWTN. He is the Catholic chaplain at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts, and leads retreats and parish missions.

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Joseph: The Man Who Raised Jesus

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