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Best Jim Wogan podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Jim Wogan podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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Join hosts Jim Wogan and Emily Booker for a revealing look inside the ministries and people who shape the Diocese of Knoxville.
 
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Diocese of Knoxville staff member Brittany Garcia was recently invited to the U.S.-Mexico border as part of an encounter sponsored by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. She speaks with Jim about her experiences and the message she brings back to the Diocese of Knoxville.
 
Bishop Richard F. Stika discusses his upcoming trip to Rome to meet with Pope Francis and also offers his thoughts on the Synod of bishops for the Pan-Amazon region.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
How do you build the Catholic Church in the remote areas of the South? Brother Craig Digmann of the Glenmary Home Missioners discusses his ministry in very rural Hancock Co., Tenn.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
Father Michael Hendershott joins Emily for a discussion how men at Holy Ghost Parish in Knoxville gather in prayer and song on Mondays and the other ministries that allow men of all ages to come together in faith for a deeper understanding of Christ and the real Truth.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
The first Catholic Mass in Union County, Tenn., was celebrated in a carport in 2011. From those very humble beginnings, a parish church now exists. Father Steve Pawelk, a Glenmary priest who has led St. Teresa of Kolkata Parish and St. John Paul II Mission, joins Jim Wogan for this edition of Inside the Diocese of Knoxville.…
 
Father Martin Gladysz talks to Emily about how his call to the priesthood has led him from Poland to Papua New Guinea to East Tennessee. He also talks about a recent vacation through the American West.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
Matthew Donahue talks to Jim about life as a seminarian, his summer assignment at St. Thomas the Apostle Parish in Lenoir City, and his studies at the Pontifical North American College in Rome.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
Father David Carter, pastor and rector of the Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul in Chattanooga, talks with Jim about the MelchizeTrek — a week long backpacking trip for young men open to considering a priestly vocation.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
Monsignor Bob Hofstetter, pastor of Good Shepherd Parish in Newport, talks with Emily about his long career of service as a priest in East Tennessee.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
Sister Marie Blanchette, OP, principal of St. Mary School in Oak Ridge, talks with Emily about Catholic education, creating community in a school, and the Dominican charism of teaching.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
Deacon Gaspar DeGaetano continues his discussion with Jim about Father Patrick Ryan and his cause for canonization.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
Deacon Gaspar DeGaetano talks with Jim about the life of Father Patrick Ryan, who served Sts. Peter and Paul Parish in Chattanooga in the 1870s. Father Ryan bravely stayed to serve the community during a yellow fever outbreak, and there is now in the process of canonization as a saint.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
On the anniversary of his deaconate ordination, Father David Carter, pastor and rector of the Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul in Chattanooga, talks with Jim about celebrating ordinations and the role of pastors to their parishioners.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
Bishop Richard F. Stika talks to Jim about his pilgrimage to Poland this summer which included sites of St. Faustina, St. Maximillian Kolbe, and St. John Paul II.By Diocese of Knoxville
 
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