Father Chris Walsh ministers in an African American parish where he has learned the importance of dialogue and action for racial solidarity. In this episode of Sunday to Sunday we explore how Chris Walsh witnesses to the gospel in his Philadelphia parish, Saint Raymond’s where “God is Glorified & His people are sanctified!”
For more information about Father Chris Walsh, go to: https://saintraymond.net
Father Bob Stagg is the pastor of The Church of the Presentation in Upper Saddle River, N.J., located in Northern Bergen County, with over 4,700 families and 100 ministries. Community service and volunteerism are hallmarks -- as diverse as growing a parish garden for soup kitchens in Newark and New York City, to the funding of a fully-staffed health clinic in Haiti. Father Bob is the best example of how preaching inspires and helps forward a cooperative model of pastoral leadership.
Father Manuel de Jesus Rodriguez is the pastor of Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Jamaica, Queens. Born in the Dominican Republic, Father Manuel is a priest of the Diocese of Brooklyn, N.Y. In this episode of Sunday to Sunday, we witness Father Manuel’s apostolic zeal that marks his every move. In preaching, he says: “It’s all about Jesus. It’s about his values, and the more we witness to that, the better.”
Paulist Father Ricky Manalo is a gifted composer/liturgist, and preacher. He has traveled Asia, and lived in Beijing and Hong Kong, and is an expert on Asian Pacific Catholics. We have the rare opportunity to witness first-hand Father Ricky's unique ministry – as a preacher at Mass and as a musician at the Yamaha grand piano. In this episode of Sunday to Sunday, Father Mike Russo visits Father Ricky at Old Saint Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco.
Father Jude Siciliano, O.P. and Sister Patricia Bruno, O.P. call themselves the Dominican Preaching team and they travel the country preaching parish retreats and giving scripture workshops.
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