Finding Community with Zach Zaldivar - KCP 327
Join us for another Thirsty Thursday as Zach and Andy discuss Zach's new program at St. Isidore's.
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Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as the Fathers are joined by Maggie Gann to discuss a recent article in America Magazine, discussing a controversy at a Newman center, and how it reflects the division some Catholics experience.
Join us for another Thirsty Thursday episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as producer Andy discusses how the monastery led to renewal in Europe, and how we can use that model to renew our culture today.
Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as we discuss some guy named Gayle Hammerschmidt being named Manhattan's clergy person of the year. After that, we move on to celebrating one year and 20,000 meals of the Konza Student Table, which helps us reflect on service generally.
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Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic podcast as Vaughn and the Fathers look back over the last fifteen months and examine how a year of Coronavirus impacted their ministry and the way they appreciate the Church, community, and much more.
If you didn't catch our episode with Luke and Leah, you can find it here.
Join us for another Thirsty Thursday as Fr. Drew explains exactly what it is that makes Kansas Catholicism so special, from the story of his family's roots in Ellis County to the ways that Kansas Catholics can and will be important for the future of the Church.
What's the Word of the Year? For years, Father Drew and his friends have been choosing a "Word of the Year" for the upcoming year. It's meant to give the new year a theme, a focus, and express their hopes for the next 12 months. It's interesting, meaningful, and fun! On this episode, the priests and Vaughn share their Word of the Year and unpack the highlights (yes, there were highlights) of 2020.
Why did Father Gale take a "Polar Plunge" this time last year and what does it have to do with St. Francis Xavier and the Church's great mission of introducing people to Jesus? Are you passionate about sharing the gospel with others? Why not? These are the questions posed (and answered) in this Thirsty Thursday episode.
Drawing from the riveting story surrounding the life of Saint John Paul the Great and the fall of the Soviet Union, Father Gale Hammerschmidt of St. Isidore's urges us to remember that while there are forces at work in our culture trying to marginalize the Church, they will not ultimately succeed. If we really want God in our lives, and rise to our duties and responsibilities, Jesus will make his presence known--powerfully and undeniably.
When you're not in church, do you take your faith with you wherever you go? How does being a Christian shape the way you perform at your job, spend money on Amazon, or engage in the political process? Can we actually know how Jesus wants us to work, shop, or vote? Pastor Reid Kapple of Christ Community Church in Olathe, Kansas joins the Ad Astra Apostles and they discuss how all Christians can be a better witness for Christ in the public square, and a more powerful influence for Christ in the culture.
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