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1st Diakonia: A Call to Service 8:30-9 AM
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Fully Alive

1st Wednesday Monthly 8-9 a.m.

The mission of the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity is to put the gospel and Catholic social teaching to work to transform the lives of others through social ministry. With service and justice at its core, the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity provides tangible ways for the people of the Archdiocese of Chicago to foster community, help meet the immediate needs of the community and address the root causes of poverty and injustice.

Each month, the show will host discussions centering on ministry to immigrants, the incarcerated, the unborn, the dying, the poor, and others on the margins of our society. Topics will also include service opportunities, leadership formation, justice education, and advocacy efforts, all of which are designed to promote solidarity with all and foster the common good.

Dawn Fitzpatrick Ryan Lents

CRS Rice Bowl and Dumb Ox Ministries

On today’s show, Ryan speaks with Sajith Silva, a global ambassador with Catholic Relief Services. Sajith shares about his life and work with returning refugees in Sri Lanka. They also discuss opportunities to participate in the CRS Rice Bowl program during this Lenten season. On the second half of today’s show, Dawn welcomes Adam Fuselier and Mary Bielski of Dumb Ox Ministries to discuss how pornography is dangerous because it is against God’s plan. In a lively discussion, they unveil the truth about the perniciousness and addictive nature of pornography, and how prevalent it is in today’s society for children and adults. Finally, they discuss the hope that exists to conquer this cultural issue.
Wednesday, March 06, 2019 | Stream | Download

Missionary Discipleship in Action

On today’s show, Ryan Lents welcomes fellow Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity staff member Carolina Perez to share her recent experience of World Youth Day in Panama. In the second half the show, Ryan is joined by Andrew Lyke and Sue Ross to discuss the 2019 Catholic Social Ministry Gathering in Washington, D.C.
Wednesday, February 06, 2019 | Stream | Download

January, an Important Month to Stand-Up for Life – From Conception to Natural Death

This month, Dawn welcomes His Excellency, Bishop Donald Hying from the Diocese of Gary to discuss the importance of standing up for Life and attending the March for Life Chicago. In addition, many of the January events surrounding Anniversary of the Roe vs. Wade decision this month. In addition, Dawn welcomes Olga Anlglada from Immigration Ministries to talk about the Church’s teaching on Immigration and Migration Week here in the Archdiocese of Chicago.
Wednesday, January 02, 2019 | Stream | Download

13th Annual Posada and March for Life Chicago

On today’s show, Dawn and Ryan speak with Michael Warrell, who shares info about the upcoming Immigration Ministry Posada, scheduled for Friday, December 14. We also discuss National Migration Week in January. On the second half of the show, Fr. Jim Heyd from St. Constance talks about several local Masses for Life that happening in conjunction with the March for Life Chicago, on Sunday, January 13, as well as several other events that will be happening before and after the march.
Wednesday, December 05, 2018 | Stream | Download

Working on the Margins

On today’s program, Liz Young from the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity joins Ryan to discuss the work of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development in Chicago. They speak with 2 community-based organizations that receive grants from CCHD. First, Lilly Lerner and Nanna Cross from the Jane Addams Senior Caucus discuss their advocacy efforts to improve conditions in senior subsidized housing and ensure that seniors can age with dignity. Then Jawanza Malone, Executive Director of the Kenwood Oakland Community Organization, continued the conversation about affordable housing, displacement, and community stability through the lens of rent control and community benefits agreements. Both organizations discuss their methods of “hearing the cry of the poor” and offer suggestions about how listeners can stay informed on these critical issues and respond in their own communities. The annual collection for CCHD will take place in parishes across the country on November 17-18.
Wednesday, November 07, 2018 | Stream | Download

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