As we prepare for Halloween, All Saints Day, and All Souls Day, we take some time to remember the Four Last Things; Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Hell. Today, we focus in on the first two; death and judgment, and next week we will look at the last two.
From October 10-25, St. Luke N.E.W. Life Center in Flint will host its annual Octoberfest fundraiser virtually. To help support their job training, social enterprise, literacy, food pantry and other programs, please participate in the Octoberfest Auction and Impact Giving campaigns. Find out how to participate here: slnlc.betterworld.org For more information about the Center, visit stlukenewlife.com Questions - contact Lisa Hirsch at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you for your support!
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As some of you may be aware, there is an election happening in a few weeks. In this episode, we look at the USCCB document Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship. What are the principles that we should be voting with? The United States Conference of Bishops speaks clearly and forcefully in this document, and we talk about it so you don't have to read it.
Announcements this week
Holy Hour on October 23rd at St. Mary/St. Joseph in Durand.
The Diocese of Lansing podcast.
Today, we talk about the encyclical that Pope Francis just dropped, Fratelli Tutti! We bring back Tim Goodrich to have a roundtable discussion about what we thought of the Pope's encyclical.
There are no announcements today - unfortunately, not a lot is happening in the Catholic world right now due to Covid-19. If you hear of anything that you think should be mentioned in this podcast, please feel free to reach out to us with the message button or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the first segment, we answer questions from the 8th graders at St. John Vianney. As a reminder, you can ask your own questions from the website when you click the Message button (https://anchor.fm/flintcatholic/message). You can also send me an email directly at email@example.com
Announcements this week:
Launch! All college students in Flint are invited to Launch at Dorothy's on Tuesday evenings.
Oremus Monthly Holy Hour at St. Matthew in Flint.
Religious Education is starting up all over the diocese, don't forget to sign up!
In the final segment, we play a portion of the interview with Tim Goodrich (Sutorial Shoes). The full interview will be released on Satuday, October 3rd.
This is the historic moment! The first episode! In the first segment, Fr. Tony and Michael discuss the good things they see happening in Flint.
Then, we give some general announcements at around the ten minute mark.
After that, we have the interview with Fr. Tom Firestone, Pastor of the Catholic Community of Flint.