Fr. Parker Sandoval, Vice Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, reveals the Archdiocese’s new, digital “face lift.”
Deacon Eric Paige from the Archdiocese of Seattle shares how they are supporting family faith formation during the pandemic.
Fr. Jay Atherton from a rural part of Albany, NY, discusses pastoring in multiple parishes, YouTube, and Confirmation preparation.
Fr. William Corcoran, pastor of St. Elizabeth Seton Church in IL, focuses on important virtues for pastors and parents as catechists at home.
Father Joseph Gibino, the new Vicar for Evangelization and Catechesis for the Diocese of Brooklyn, shares how to make Lent meaningful.
Fr. Tony Zimmer, pastor of St. Anthony on the Lake in Wisconsin, tells us about his parish and school’s collaboration on children’s faith formation.
Fr. James Burkart, pastor of Christ the Good Shepherd Catholic Community in TX, discusses small faith group communities and the role of discernment.
Fr. Ricardo Martín, pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in WI, chats about his new priorities and the importance of learning about race and racism.
Fr-. Dave Fleming, pastor in IA, speaks about Confirmation preparation, good habits, and exorcism.
Fr. Fidèle Okitembo Dikete, pastor of St. John Berchmans in the Archdiocese of San Antonio, shares an inspiring story of missionary discipleship.
Fr. Justin Claravall, SJ from Los Angeles, CA, shares some tips on homily preparation and reflects on the readings for Pentecost.
Deacon Henry Reyes from Milwaukee, WI, shares ways to engage parishioners during the summer.
Bishop Larry Silva, Bishop of Honolulu, discusses the importance of witness today, his Diocesan Evangelization Task Force, and more.
Fr. Francisco Quiroz, from the Diocese of Laredo, TX, talks about the unique challenges and opportunities of being a missionary diocese on the Border.
Abshp. Charles Gordon, Archbishop of Port of Spain, Trinidad, and Tobago, chats about his book, Teach Us to Pray: A Little Book on Christian Prayer.
Fr. Stephen Bell, CSP, shares how to make diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) a critical part of ministry.
Fr. Augustine Dada of New York discusses his experience as a Missionary of Mercy today.
Bishop Ed Scharfenberger chats about the need for Eucharistic renewal and revivial and what it will take.
Fr. James Ferreira, a pastor in Staten Island, NY, shares his first five years of being a priest.
Mr. John Gaffney, Dir. of Evangelization & Catechesis for the Diocese of Des Moines, tells why the Church must move from maintenance to mission mode.
Noted catechetical scholars and authors, Dr. Hosffman Ospino and Dr. Tim O’Malley, chat about forming clergy as catechists.
Bishop Andrew Cozzens, USCCB Evangelization & Catechesis Chair, discusses Eucharistic Revival plans.
We chat with Bishop Franz-Peter, delegate to the Pontifical Council for Promoting New Evangelization.
Fr. Michael Amadeo, pastor of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart Parish in Ankeny, Iowa, chats with us about supporting family catechesis.
Three catechetical experts discuss what accompaniment is and how it can be applied in ministry.
Steve Botsford, Sadlier’s Senior Director of Digital Catechesis, talks about using digital technology to evangelize and catechize today.
Fr. Ken Halbur, Pastor of St. Luke the Evangelist Parish in Iowa, chats with us about pastoring a young church.
Msgr. Patrick Pollard explains how the AOC is preparing for the 2023 Synod.
Kenneth Velasquez, Senior Coordinator for Certification and Ongoing Formation in the Archdiocese of Chicago, discusses forming catechists today.
Colleen Moore, Director of Notre Dame’s Echo Program, chats with us about forming future catechists.
Jill Annable, SVP of Programs for NCEA, chats with us about their upcoming 2022 Convention and why catechists and teachers should attend.
Michael Taylor, NALM Conference Planning Chair, chats with us about the role of the National Association for Lay Ministry in the Catholic Church.
Deacon Matt chats about charity as a focus of Eucharistic revival and invites you to attend Sadlier’s Masterclass on the Eucharist.
Bill Keimig, Assistant Director of Franciscan University’s Catechetical Institute, discusses the Institute’s role in forming ministers.
Deacon Matt shares how to make your Pentecost experience more meaningful by examining the role of the Holy Spirit in the life of discipleship.
Dan Cellucci tells us how the Catholic Leadership Institute is helping dioceses evangelize more effectively.
Fr. Phillip Ganir examines the role of music in catechesis and why we listen to the music we do.
Deacon Matt chats about the journey the Church has been on since 2002 and the effort to protect young people against clergy abuse.
Deacon Matt chats about the journey and what it takes to provide meaningful adult faith formation.
Deacon Matt talks about the new Directory’s description of the catechist’s identity and why it is so important to understand.
Deacon Matt chats about the unique challenges catechists face today and discusses this year’s theme for Catechetical Sunday.
Three guests discuss the state of bilingual catechesis and the importance of the Hispanic/Latino community to the church.
Deacon Matt chats about the Rosary as our protection from evil and its use in deliverance ministry.
Deacon Matt discusses the upcoming vote for USCCB President and Vice President during the November plenary session.
Deacon Matt chats about the connection between gratitude and evangelization.
Deacon Matt chats about the message of how “Christ is with us” always and during the Christmas season.
Bishop Scharfenberger starts to chat with Deacon Matt about what can be done in pre-ordination to increase fraternity among deacons and priests.
Bishop Schafenberger joins Deacon Matt for the second part of the podcast on clergy. This time on post-ordination.