American Catholic Radio from Franciscan Media

American Catholic Radio for January 2-8, 2017

“A joy ever new, a joy which is shared.” - JWC

John Feister

American Catholic Radio

American Catholic Radio for December 12-18, 2016

“The work of the Holy Spirit within the Christian community forms the person as a disciple of Christ.” - DCW

John Feister

American Catholic Radio

American Catholic Radio for November 21-27, 2016

“Spouses not only receive the love of Christ and become a saved community, but they are also called upon to communicate Christ's love to their brethren.” - DCW

John Feister

American Catholic Radio

American Catholic Radio for October 31-November 6, 2016

“The public profession of one's faith through active participation in prayer, the sacraments, and especially Sunday Mass contributes to the sanctification of the world.” - DCW

John Feister

American Catholic Radio

American Catholic Radio for October 10-16, 2016

“Catechists are entrusted with teaching the faith, overseeing sacramental preparation, supporting the formation of consciences, and developing a love of prayer.” - DCW

John Feister

American Catholic Radio

American Catholic Radio for September 19-25, 2016

“The parish is typically the first contact that returning Catholics have with the institutional Church.” - DCW

John Feister

American Catholic Radio

Psalm 127: ‘Unless the Lord Build the House’

Psalm 127 reminds us to reflect on the type of work we do and why.

John Feister

St. Anthony Messenger

Centering through Sacramentals

I wore a scapular when I was a child, back in the ’60s, just as the Council was unfolding. Indeed, I took it seriously: It was a sign of my commitment to Christ, a reminder to me of my own faith as I went about my daily tasks.

John Feister

St. Anthony Messenger

St. Nicholas: Pray for us!

The Real Saint Nicholas

The historical Saint Nicholas of Myra is a far cry from Santa Claus. But who was this beloved man of God? By John Feister

John Feister

St. Anthony Messenger

Faith and Works: Catholics and Lutherans Find Agreement

Does God alone save us or is there some work for us to do? Catholics and Lutherans hae finally agreed on this issue that sparked the Reformation.

John Feister