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Best Arlington Catholic Herald podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Arlington Catholic Herald podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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St. John Neumann Church in Reston has for years been hosting Taize prayer services, though lately they have been held more frequently. These candlelight services are highlighted by their beautiful music. Take a listen for yourself. Taize prayer finds following at St. John Neumann Church in Reston
 
The 92nd Academy Awards are coming up, and that means people are scrambling to watch all the Oscar-nominated films. In this episode, Managing Editor Ann Augherton talks with two acclaimed Catholic film critics to get their take on which films might win Oscars, including "The Two Popes." They also talk Oscar snubs and movie recommendations. On the p…
 
In the spirit of the season, the Catholic Herald asked readers to nominate a volunteer who consistently goes above and beyond to help others as our first-ever "Herald Angel." Rich Rouck, selected by our staff from more than a dozen nominations, is a volunteer driver for the transportation ministry at Holy Spirit Church in Annandale. Find out more a…
 
In 1939, Robert May was 35 years old, heavily in debt and depressed about the state of his life. He had an Ivy League education and had hoped to write the Great American Novel — but was instead writing catalog copy about men's white shirts for Montgomery Ward. Then he got the assignment that changed his life. Here's the true story behind the Christ…
 
A local teenager has written music that has been officially approved for use in the Catholic Mass. Matthew Brown, 15, a parishioner at St. Mark Church in Vienna, has played piano for Masses at the church since he was in sixth grade. Brown recently composed the “Mass of the Resurrection,” a four-part Mass setting, and St. Mark’s has started using hi…
 
Elizabeth Foss is a longtime Catholic Herald columnist and founder of Take Up and Read, a ministry that encourages women to read and ponder the word of God. She shares more about her ministry and the benefits of engaging with sacred Scripture. Related story: Elizabeth Foss releases a book for Advent prayer…
 
Bishop Eduardo Kussala, of the Tombura-Yambio Diocese in South Sudan, visits the Catholic Herald and the Diocese of Arlington as part of a 2019 visit to the United States. He talked to staff writer Zoey Maraist about life in the war-torn country, and how he's using the Catholic faith to encourage peace.…
 
The Blessing of the Animals is a popular tradition at many Catholic churches. But how did it all get started? What can we learn? Franciscan Fr. John O'Connor, pastor of St. Francis of Assisi Church in Triangle, shares the origins of the Blessing of the Animals, and some stories about St. Francis of Assisi's connection with the natural world.…
 
Ken Balbuena, a parishioner of St. Bernadette Church in Springfield and director of pilgrimages at the St. John Paul II National Shrine in Washington, survived two brain surgeries after a ruptured aneurysm. In this episode, he'll explain why he believes Knights of Columbus founder Fr. Michael J. McGivney, St. John Paul II and Our Lady of the Snows …
 
Catholic architect Erik Boostma, a former parishioner of the Diocese of Arlington who now works and lives in Richmond, primarily works on churches and renovations. His latest project is a little different — though still a center for spirituality and devotion — he’s designed a new shrine dedicated to St. Kateri Tekakwitha in Gallup, N.M. Sites such …
 
Immaculée Ilibagiza's seemingly serene native town of Kibuye, Rwanda, became a site of mass murder during 100 days of genocide in 1994, led by Hutu extremists against the Tutsi minority tribe. Ilibagiza hid in a tiny bathroom with seven other women for three months, even as neighbors-turned-killers searched the house. When she emerged, her entire f…
 
Thousands of kids from around the Diocese of Arlington are enjoying summer camps filled with faith and fun. Middle schoolers harvest corn for needy during faith-filled 'boot camp' Vocations camp for Hispanic youths Campers, staff perfect skills and faith at SASH Camp in Winchester FIAT Campers 'made for greatness' Quo Vadis offers a taste of semina…
 
Sturdy walls. Front porch steps. A bathroom sink. A home provides the backdrop to life — the structure that quietly keeps its inhabitants safe and dry, cool or warm. It’s easy to forget all the comforts a house provides, until it is gone. Some 850 teens from around the Diocese of Arlington traded the familiar surroundings of their own homes for a c…
 
Christopher Gunty, associate publisher and editor of the Catholic Review in Baltimore and CEO of its parent publishing company, The Cathedral Foundation/CR Media, joins the show to explain what is going at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops meeting in Baltimore this week. Plus, managing editor Ann Augherton and staff writer Zoey Marai…
 
The Trappist-Cistercian sisters at Our Lady of the Angels Monastery in Albemarle County have made cheese for decades. But the calls really started pouring in after an article ran recently about their work. "Truly the best Gouda I have had! Made with love," one reader wrote on the Catholic Herald's Facebook. Sister Barbara Smickel says that is, inde…
 
Staff writer Zoey Maraist shares updates on the news of the week, including new norms and procedures for holding bishops and religious superiors accountable in protecting minors, as well as in protecting members of religious orders and seminarians from abuse. Also hear how a Vienna woman is creating whimsical wigs for kids with hair loss.…
 
In this episode, the Catholic Herald's Ann Augherton and Zoey Maraist, talk about this week's news, including Maraist's recent trip to a medium security prison for a Kairos retreat that offers cookies and hope to inmates. Here's the full story: https://www.catholicherald.com/News/Catholic_Living/Kairos_retreats_share_God_s_love_with_those_on_the_in…
 
Sarah Wessel, a senior math major at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, shares her excitement at entering the church during the Easter Vigil. Links: During Holy Week, embrace actions that glorify God, Bishop Burbidge says Parishioners celebrate Palm Sunday in Woodbridge Email circulation@catholicherald.com to subscribe.…
 
The Catholic Herald staff has spent the last week covering pro-life events. Staff writer Zoey Maraist explains the reason for the pro-life momentum and Congressman Chris Smith of New Jersey joins the show to talk about the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act. Related stories: March for Life in Richmond Bishop, pro-life advocates gather in …
 
Melissa Ohden survived a saline abortion at seven months gestation in 1977. She is the founder of the Abortion Survivors Institute, and this week, she speaks at the Virginia March for Life in Richmond. In this episode, she shares her journey to peace and forgiveness. Learn why why she not only advocates for the unborn — it's part of her mission to …
 
Fr. Stefan Starzynski, chaplain of Inova Fairfax Hospital, explains why the Anointing of the Sick is the sacrament of Healing. He dispels some popular misconceptions and shares some examples of how it has changed lives in remarkable ways. Why Anointing of the Sick matters Bishop urges sick to offer their suffering for the church…
 
Father Bob Cilinski, pastor of Church of the Nativity in Burke, joins Catholic Herald staff — Ann Augherton and Zoey Maraist — to talk about his friendship with Mother Maria Bernardetta de la Inmaculada, an Italian sister under consideration for sainthood. Mother Bernadetta cared for seminarians in Richmond, including Fr. Cilinski, and later moved …
 
The Catholic Herald rolls out the red carpet in a special podcast featuring prolific movie reviewer Sister Rose Pacatte, and John Mulderig, a movie critic with Catholic News Service. The two give their takes on big-name films such as "Black Panther" and "A Star is Born," and their own personal favorites that didn't make it to the Oscars. See our pa…
 
Blind since infancy, 11th-grader Andrea Darmawan, a parishioner of St. Leo the Great Church in Fairfax, loves to lector and in this episode you get to hear her describe what the experience of reading Scripture is like for her. Read more to find out more about Darmawan: https://www.catholicherald.com/News/Catholic_Living/Blind_lector_overcomes_obsta…
 
The Basilica of St. Mary in Alexandria will host the incorruptible heart of St. John Vianney, Curé of Ars and patron saint of priests, Jan. 15-16 as part of its national tour across the U.S. But why send a heart across the U.S.? Matthew Tsakanikas, chair of the theology department at Christendom College in Front Royal, joins the show to explain why…
 
Sheila Cowling, a parishioner of St. Francis de Sales in Purcellville, vividly remembers the smells of the Christkindl market of West Berlin: the air filled with the scent of spiced cider, mulled wine and gingerbread cookies. Inspired by the fragrant treats, Cowling began baking her own. In the 30 years since her time in Berlin, she’s created a var…
 
Daughter of St. Paul Sister Rose Pacatte, the founding director of the Pauline Center for Media Studies, explains how she became an award-winning film journalist. Later in the episode, she shares why she dislikes films that exist "to hit you over the head with a message," and talks about her favorite movie reviews. She also explains why she became …
 
For the past 34 years, the Edward Douglass White Knights of Columbus Council in Arlington, Va., has hosted Thanksgiving for folks in the community who might need a little help or a little company. In this episode, Marijo Galvin, the Thanksgiving coordinator, talks about prepping for this Thanksgiving meal in which 2,400 people will be fed. Read the…
 
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