Let It Be A Challenge - KCP 319
Join us for another Thirsty Thursday as Father Drew talks about the Integrated Humanities program at KU, and avoiding "watering down" the faith.
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Join us for another Thirsty Thursday episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as Father Drew breaks down the life and martyrdom of St. Juan de Padilla, the first Catholic Martyr in America.
here's the earlier podcast he references: https://konzacatholic.com/blogs/podcast/what-makes-kansas-catholicism-special-kcp-048
Join us for another episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast as Father Gale and Father Drew sit down to discuss Fr. Gale's upcoming commencement address at his Alma Mater in Hays.
Join us for the 100th episode of the Konza Catholic Podcast! Today, we sit down in Fr. Drew's new rectory to finally break the news we've been promising: We're starting a virtual community! To find out more and to spread the word, listen to the podcast, share it, and go to konzaconclave.com. We're so excited to begin this next chapter with you all!
Join us for another fun and informative episode of the Konza Catholic podcast as we discuss the Manhattan tradition of "Fake Paddy's Day", along with the discovery of Fr. Kapaun's remains, what it means for his canonization process, and an explanation of the canonization process generally.
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.
As the country has recently celebrated Veteran's Day, Father Drew Hoffman of St. Isidore's Catholic Student Center shares the story of a true American hero: Father Emil Kapaun. Venerated by the Catholic Church as a "Servant of God," Kapaun was ordained in the Diocese of Wichita, served as a U.S Army Chaplain in WW2 and Korea, and was an example of faith, valor, and service to others--even to the point of death. There are so many lessons we can learn from this great soul.
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