Catholic Connection – April 6, 2018 – Hour 2

+  Intro and News

+  The Inside Word @ EWTN

  • Description: Doug Keck is EWTN's President & Chief Operating Officer. He joins Teresa to share with us the latest news regarding EWTN's TV & radio programming.
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+  Sanctify Your Daily Life: How to Transform Work into a Source of Strength, Holiness & Joy

  • Description: Whether you are a monk or a manager, whether you change tires or change diapers, you can transform your work into a source of strength, holiness and even joy! Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, offers advice that will teach you: How to avoid burnout-at home or at the office; How to pray in work, instead of merely at work; How work can help you discover (and overcome) hidden character flaws; How you can learn from your failures on the job; How to develop inner peace; and so much more! ...
  • Segment Guests:
    • Brandon McGinley
      Editor , EWTN Publishing
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      • Book(s):
        • Sanctify Your Daily Life: How to Transform Work into a Source of Strength, Holiness & Joy
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+  Going on a Pilgrimage (w/ Steve Ray)

  • Segment Guests:
    • Steve Ray

      Steve is a convert to the Catholic faith and a popular author, speaker, and pilgrimage leader. He has been to the Holy Land over 100 times exploring, filming, and leading thousands of pilgrims. Steve is a regular guest on Catholic radio and TV including Catholic Answers, Ave Maria Radio, and EWTN. He writes Bible Studies for Catholic Scripture Study International.

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+  Sistine Chapel Choir to return to U.S. in July

  • Segment Guests:
    • Diego Zamudio
      Tenor , Sistine Chapel Choir

      Born in Buenos Aires, coloratura tenor Diego graduated from the National Music School ‘Juan Pedro Esnoala’ in both Voice and Pianoforte. He studied vocal technique with the composer Andres Risso and sang with the chorus of Argentino de La Plata Theatre. With a scholarship from the Calabrese Association of Buenos Aires, he was able to move to Italy—the birthplace of his mother-- to continue his studies at the Conservatoire of Calabria Francesco Cilea and sang with L'Arlesiana Chorus under the direction of Carlo Frasca.

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