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  Word On Fire 8:30 AM
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1st Catholic Community of Faith 9-10 AM
2nd Catholic Schools Today 9-10 AM
3rd Catholic Conference Hour 9-10 AM
4th Catholic Community of Faith 9-10 AM
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  Black Catholic Initiative 9-9:30 AM
  Voice of Charity 9:30-10 AM
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1st Fully Alive 9-10 AM
2nd The Light Show 9-10 AM
3rd Proclaiming Christ 9-9:30 AM
3rd Echoing God's Word 9:30-10 AM
4th Focus On the Liturgy 9-10 AM
Thursday
  Word On Fire 9-9:30 AM
1st Built on the Rock 9:30-10 AM
2nd Marriage and Family Matters 9:30-10 AM
3rd Mission Matters Live 9:30-10 AM
4th American Catholic Radio 9:30-10 AM
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1st Vocations 9-9:30 AM
1st The Good Word 9:30-10 AM
2nd to 4th Catholic Community of Faith 9-10 AM
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  Una Comunidad Católica De Fe 8:30 AM
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  Mundelein Seminary Presents  
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  God's Praises Tell  
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Mission Matters Live

3rd Thursday Monthly 9:30-10 a.m.
Megan Mio

Megan Mio, Director of the Mission Office, explores with her guests how to educate and inspire people to be “on mission” in whatever context they live and work on Mission Matters LIVE!

Mercy in Motion

Megan meets with Fr. Gerald Gunderson, Pastor of Mary Seat of Wisdom Parish and School in Park Ridge. His community got actively involved in mission this past Lent as they supported transportation needs for the Diocese of Chipata, Zambia in southern Africa. Fr. Gunderson describes how he first become interested in mission work in Zambia through a friend, Fr. Wilfred Piri. From this initial friendship came a visit to Zambia during Holy Week! Fr. Gunderson was impressed by what he saw, especially how the people used bicycles. Upon his return, the Parish and School developed the theme of "Mercy in Motion" and during this past Lent they raised awareness and funds to purchase and send bicycles to Zambia.
Thursday, May 26, 2016 | Stream | Download

Discerning a Life of Mission

This month Megan meets with Becca Muder, a Program and Recruitment Coordinator at Amate House. Later this year, Becca will start the formation process to become a Maryknoll Lay Missioner. Becca recognizes that God has called her to this point and while it is scary, she is excited to take the next step in her spiritual life. The Maryknolls are working hard to make sure she is ready. Becca notes that the lay missioner program will likely present challenges, but she is confident that God is leading her to a grateful life of mission!
Thursday, April 21, 2016 | Stream | Download

Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos

This month Megan is honored to sit down with Fr. Ronald Hicks, Vicar General of the Archdiocese of Chicago. In addition to his many years of ministry here in the Archdiocese, he has a passion for mission! Fr. Hicks has spent a significant part of his ministry working with the children of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos, Spanish for Our Little Brothers and Sisters. This missionary organization provides homes and communities of care for orphaned and abandoned children in nine different Latin American countries. Fr. Hicks shares his amazing journey on mission and how this experience changed his life.
Thursday, February 25, 2016 | Stream | Download

Missionary Childhood Christmas Artwork Contest

This month Megan sits down with two of Chicago's three winners of the Missionary Childhood Association annual Christmas Artwork Contest: Anahi Lopez and Jackie Ostiguin, students at Bridgeport Catholic Academy in Chicago. They are also joined by three members of the faculty and Marilyn Santos, Director of Mission Education in the office of the Pontifical Mission Societies of the United States. The two girls, along with Lukasz Ratulowski a student at St. Blase Polish Catholic School in Summit, were three winners among 24 total chosen by the national office to be honored this past December. They discuss the contest, how the girls made their artwork and traveled to Washington DC to receive special awards.
Thursday, January 21, 2016 | Stream | Download

Collaboration in Mission

This month Megan sits down with Fr. Tim Tiscornia, a Maryknoll priest who has served in Tanzania, Sudan and South Sudan, and Kevin Foy, a Catholic educator who has worked in schools, parishes and on mission trips around the US. Both Fr. Tim and Kevin now work with the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers of the Midwest doing mission education and promotion work. Each shares about how collaboration is essential to the work they have done and will be doing. Megan also identifies ways that the Mission Office of the Archdiocese of Chicago can collaborate with the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers in an effort to develop missionary disciples. How can YOU collaborate in this mission? Click below to find out!
Thursday, December 17, 2015 | Stream | Download

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