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Monday
1st Catholic Chicago 8-9 AM
2nd Catholic Schools Today 8-9 AM
3rd Catholic Conference Hour 8-9 AM
4th Catholic Chicago 8-9 AM
Tuesday
  Black Catholic Initiative 8-8:30 AM
  Voice of Charity 8:30-9 AM
Wednesday
1st Fully Alive 8-9 AM
2nd Lifelong Journey 8-9 AM
3rd On The Way 8-9 AM
4th Focus On the Liturgy 8-9 AM
Thursday
1st Dare to Love 8-8:30 AM
1st Diakonia: A Call to Service 8:30-9 AM
2nd Catholic Chicago 8-9 AM
3rd Built on the Rock 8-8:30 AM
3rd Mission Matters Live 8:30-9 AM
4th Catholic Chicago 8-9 AM
Friday
  Chicago Católico Radio 8-9 AM
Saturday
  Catholic Chicago Week in Review 9-10 AM
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  Mundelein Seminary Presents  
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  Echoing God's Word  
  God's Praises Tell  
  The Good Word  
  The Light Show  
  Marriage and Family Matters  
  Proclaiming Christ  
  Reflecting Christ's Light  
  Word On Fire  
  Vocations  

Fully Alive

1st Wednesday Monthly 8-9 a.m.
WNDZ 750-AM

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

Season of Creation and El Paso Trip Recap

On today’s program, Ryan Lents speaks with Fr. Joshtrom Kureethadam about his book The Ten Green Commandments of Laudato Si’, as well as the Season of Creation. Ryan also has a conversation with Dawn Fitzpatrick and Mary Lou Matheke about a recent trip that parish leaders took to El Paso and the US-Mexico border.
Wednesday, September 04, 2019 | Stream | Download

Addressing Violence and Worker Injustice

On today’s show, Ryan speaks with Phil Andrew, archdiocesan Director of Violence Prevention Initiatives, about the recent mass shootings in El Paso, Dayton, and Chicago, and how to respond. We also hear from Corinne Woodruff, a graduate of the University of Dayton who is participating in the Amate House program this year. For the second half of the show, Ryan speaks to Professor Joseph McCartin, Director of the Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor at Georgetown University, and Meghan Cohorst, an organizer with UNITEHERE, about an ongoing labor dispute involving airline food service workers.
Wednesday, August 07, 2019 | Stream | Download

Reclaiming Dignity

On today’s show, Ryan Lents recaps a recent interfaith celebration featuring Cardinal Cupich with Southwest Organizing Project. He also checks in with Miguel Salazar from the Archdiocesan Immigration Ministry to discuss pastoral care of migrants in the midst of crisis. During the second half of the show, Ryan talks with Dawn Fitzpatrick and Ray Pingoy about the recent ECHO Theology of the Body camp at St. Xavier University.
Wednesday, July 03, 2019 | Stream | Download

Hospitality – a Basic Way to Respect the Dignity of the Human Person

Dawn and Ryan begin the show by discussing the Vitality Days that are currently running in each Vicariate around the Archdiocese. Vitality Days are a Renew My Church Effort and begin by a simply example of how to set a theme of hospitality to welcome people to our Catholic faith. Next, Mary Lou Matheke, IPC Coordinator for Immigration Ministries joins the discussion to share an effort to welcome immigrants through hospitality in a service trip to El Paso that will take place in July. Next, Mary Kate Knorr, Executive Director of Illinois Right to Life joins the show to discuss the recent abortion legislation passed in Illinois, and how we as Catholic can still share hope with people in spite of the impending new laws. A spirit of hospitality can be incorporated into meaningful conversations with others about the importance of life from conception to natural death. And finally, Brian Butler of Dumb Ox Ministries shares the essence of the Echo experience, which will be hosted by the Archdiocese June 14-20 at St Xavier University.
Wednesday, June 05, 2019 | Stream | Download

May: Mental Illness Awareness Month, Immigration Ministry Benefit, and Springfield Legislative Update

For this month’s show, Ryan and Dawn from the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity speak with Deacon Tom Lambert, the co-chair of the Archdiocesan Commission on Mental Illness. They also check in with Mark Curran, the former sheriff of Lake County about Immigration Ministry’s upcoming benefit on May 13, as well as Bob Gilligan from Catholic Conference of Illinois on the status of H.B. 2495/S.B. 1942 and H.B. 2467/S.B. 1594.
Wednesday, May 01, 2019 | Stream | Download

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