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Making his triumphant return to the Talking Catholic podcast is Kevin Hickey, executive director of Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Camden. One of our favorite recurring guests, Kevin chats with us this week about the organization’s Justice for All ceremony, this year being held virtually on October 8, 2020. For 17 years, the South Jersey Cath…
 
Our host Mike Walsh flies solo this week and since he’s only comfortable talking to the people who challenge him most, he’s invited his colleague and frienemy (friend/enemy) Donna Ottaviano-Britt onto the show to do a deep dive into their spiritual formation and how it gives them a foundation to help bring the Catholic faith to others. Donna is a m…
 
“Slave to the slaves,” Saint Peter Claver dedicated his life as a Jesuit missionary to bring dignity and love to the thousands of African slaves coming into Colombia’s ports each year, during the 17th century. As the Catholic Church marks his Feast today, Laurie and Pete unpack this saint’s work and reflect on our call to model a life of sacrifice.…
 
While Talking Catholic originated as a podcast, over time we expanded into other media, including a dedicated YouTube channel that started in January of 2020. After a well-deserved summer off, our hosts are getting ready to roll out new shows for the Fall. On the show today, Mike Walsh chats with show hosts:Kari Janisse: Youth Ministry InsightsDonn…
 
Over the next several months, our hosts Kari Janisse and Mike Walsh will be chatting with members from various women religious communities in South Jersey. For the first of these one-off episodes, we welcome from the Franciscan Sisters of the Renewal (aka the CFRs), Sister Ann Kateri, Sister Chiara, and postulant Kate Creel. The trio chat with us a…
 
Election season often brings with it a lot of hostility – among our friends, co-workers, acquaintances, family members, and of course strangers on the internet. Since we’re directly between the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention, we invited Matt Davis from the Diocese of Camden’s Office of Life and Justice to join…
 
Each year the Camden Diocese hosts a week-long overnight retreat for young people organized by the Office of Youth, Young Adults and Campus Ministry. In a normal year, Summer in the City would involve dozens of teenagers taking part in opportunities for service in places like soup kitchens and senior centers as well as prayer throughout the day as …
 
For school parents across the country the questions they’ve been asking most are: 1) will schools reopen for in-class education and 2) if so, how will it be done safely? The answers to those very questions have been the primary focus of the Diocese of Camden’s Office of Catholic Schools all summer. Recently, they released a FAQ on the process (http…
 
Philosopher. Author. Jewish turned Agnostic turned Carmelite. Breslau, Germany-born Edith Stein, or Saint Teresa Benedicta of the Cross, was all of these, before being martyred at the Nazi concentration camp in Auschwitz. Today, as the Catholic Church remembers her feast day, Laurie and Pete discuss the conversion of this 20th century holy woman, h…
 
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