Originally aired May 16th 2000
Mother reads Mark 4 and discusses the parable of the seeds.
http://www.romereports.com Mother Adele Garnier was a French Benedictine nun born near Dijon in 1838. She founded the Tyburn Convent in London on the site where four English martyrs were executed during the Protestant Reformation. Now, the Vatican has put a spotlight on this French nun as a possible candidate for sainthood.
Originally aired April 13, 1999
Sr.Marie-Simon talks about her miraculous cure from Parkinson’s Disease which she attributes to JP II. She also discusses the state of JPII’s canonization process.
Sister Anne was the guest host for the Chicago program “Winds of Change,” broadcast from St Stan’s parish. The subject for this broadcast was “Food and Faith,” and Jeff Young, of the Catholic Foodie Podcast, was the guest. Three songs from the Daughters of St. Paul choir were also included in the show. (The “station breaks” every 15 minutes are pretty long…)