The U.S. Jesuits have kicked off a video series, following one Jesuit on his “Path to Priesthood.”
Jesuit deacon Radmar Jao shares about his vocation, his past life as an actor and his thoughts as he anticipates his ordination as a priest this June. Check it out, and stay tuned for further updates as the day approaches!:
The second installment of my “Thoughts for the Week” interview (see below) is due to air this Sunday morning, for you early-risers! For those who, like me, don’t rise quite so early, you can listen to part 2, and part 1, of my “Thoughts for the Week” interview at Spirituality.org.
My sincere thanks to the folks at Clemons productions and the Diocese of Bridgeport for this wonderful opportunity!
May I please ask your prayers for one of my interviewers in these two interviews, Fr. Mark Connolly, who has been experiencing some health problems lately? Thanks.
Several months ago I had the opportunity to discuss Already There with Kris McGregor, of “Inside the Pages.” The interview is now available for stream or download by clicking here. I especially enjoyed this interview, and have been anxious to see it posted. I hope you enjoy it too!
Kris also has a large archive of interviews with a wide variety of Catholic authors available at her site. It’s well worth checking out, though you might be there for a while!
Fordham University has produced a series of video interviews with Jesuits at Fordham entitled “Jesuits in Conversation.” You can now watch my approximately thirty-minute interview, in which I discuss my vocation, my ministry and my writing, in particular the then forthcoming book, Already There. You can access the video, as well as interviews with various other Jesuits, by clicking here.
Part 1 of my interview about spirituality for young adults, and my book, which aired this past Sunday, is now available at Spirituality For Today. You can find the link on their home page, along with links to articles and other interviews, or you can go directly to the interview by clicking here. This was a panel interview with three interviewers, so there is a good variety of questions and comments from them, as well as from me.
If you’re an early riser, you can hear the first of a two-part interview with me on the program “Thoughts for the Week.” The interview is with the tag team of Fr. Ray Petrucci, Fr. Mark Connolly, and Dorothy Riera. We had a great time talking a while back, and finally it’s going to air! Some of you might have heard of Fr. Connolly. He was involved in the beginnings of the TV mass broadcast in New York, and spent his younger days working with Bishop Fulton Sheen on his famous TV show, “Life is Worth Living.”
The show will be broadcast this Sunday, February 13 at 7:30 am Eastern time (I told you it was early). You can catch it on WSTC and WNLK, which can be streamed in Itunes’ radio/talk section. You can also listen to it on their website: wstcwnlk.com. I think it will also be archived for listening later, but I’m not certain of that.
Tired of hearing interviews with me? Here’s your chance to get someone else’s take on Already There! Fr. Albert Haase announces:
My sister, Bridget OSU, and I have our monthly visit with Sean Herriott and the listeners of “Morning Air” on Relevant Radio (go towww.relevantradio.com to find your station or listen live) on Thursday morning, December 16 from 7am-8am (Central). We’ll be discussing ALREADY THERE: Letting God Find You by Mark Mossa, SJ (St. Anthony Messenger Press, 2010).
I’ll be interested in what they have to say! (I hope they’ll be nice.)