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Program for Monday, December 01, 2008 (#08-49)
The liturgical season of Advent prepares us for Christmas. Check out how you and your family can prepare to celebrate.



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Portrait Paul
Paul’s Second Missionary Journey
In observance of the Year of St. Paul, we bring you another “Portrait of Paul” from Father Norman Langenbrunner. Paul’s missionary journeys were full of amazing adventures, as told by St. Luke in the Acts of the Apostles. The second of his travels were a mixture of success and failure, as Paul met what would be one of his favorite communities, the Philippians, and experienced mostly disappointment after preaching in Athens.


Living Faith with Judy Zarick Living Faith with Judy Zarick
The Sisters of Charities of St. Joan Antida in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, hosted a gathering of Harley-Davidson Motorcycle riders at their Bethany Retreat House. Sister Ann Josepha and Sister Theresa talk about their experience of breaking down stereotypes and making some very good friends.

Ask a Franciscan Ask a Franciscan
Father Dan Kroger responds to a question: Must a nurse or other medical professional confess missing Mass because of working a 12-hour shift?

Minute Meditation Minute Meditation
This program’s Minute Meditation is from Catholic Update: Longing For Peace by Pat Fanning.

Exploring Our Faith with John Feister Exploring Our Faith with John Feister
Jeanne Hunt, resident faith-formation adviser for St. Anthony Messenger Press, is a veteran religious educator on the parish and diocesan level. She has preached parish missions with Isaiah Ministries throughout the world and eventually served as its executive director. Jeanne continues to work part-time as a director of religious education at a parish in the Cincinnati Archdiocese, so she keeps in close touch with what real-life Catholics are thinking. She and producer John Feister talk about how to bring the season of Advent into our homes and families.

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