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Sunday
  Word On Fire 8:30 AM
Monday
1st Catholic Community of Faith 9-10 AM
2nd Catholic Schools Today 9-10 AM
3rd Catholic Conference Hour 9-10 AM
4th Catholic Community of Faith 9-10 AM
Tuesday
  Black Catholic Initiative 9-9:30 AM
  Voice of Charity 9:30-10 AM
Wednesday
1st Fully Alive 9-10 AM
2nd Lifelong Journey 9-10 AM
3rd Mission of Love 9-10 AM
4th Focus On the Liturgy 9-10 AM
Thursday
  Word On Fire 9-9:30 AM
1st Built on the Rock 9:30-10 AM
2nd American Catholic Radio 9:30-10 AM
3rd Mission Matters Live 9:30-10 AM
4th American Catholic Radio 9:30-10 AM
Friday
1st Vocations 9-9:30 AM
1st The Good Word 9:30-10 AM
2nd to 4th Catholic Community of Faith 9-10 AM
Saturday
  Una Comunidad Católica De Fe 8:30 AM
Other Programs
  Mundelein Seminary Presents  
Archived Programs
  Echoing God's Word  
  God's Praises Tell  
  The Light Show  
  Marriage and Family Matters  
  Proclaiming Christ  
  Reflecting Christ's Light  

Mission of Love

3rd Wednesday Monthly 9 - 10 a.m.
Relevant Radio 950-AM

"Mission of Love" is sponsored by the Office for Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship (OEMD). Each month, the show will focus on spreading the "Good News" through the lens of evangelization and discipleship. Topics will include ways people and communities are evangelizing, discipleship happenings in the Archdiocese of Chicago, and how we encounter Christ in our world.

Hosts: Elizabeth Jennings White, Director of the OEMD and Darius Villalobos, Coordinator for Evangelization of the OEMD

Bringing Christ into the Streets

At the Good Friday Walk for Peace 2017, more than 1500 diverse people from throughout the Archdiocese gathered to pray the Stations of Cross in the streets of the Englewood neighborhood. On today’s show, we listened to voices from the day, through recorded audio clips and conversations with live guests. Our guests were Ryan Lents, director for the Office for Human Dignity and Solidarity who also served as a co-host for today’s show. Ryan shared his experience of being on the organizing committee and the meaning of the experience for him. Additional guests included, Mearl Sledge, who grew up in Englewood, is a Chicago bus driver, biological and foster mother, and a parishioner of St. Thomas in Hyde Park; Tyrone Pittman, the Choir Director of the Chicago Black Catholic Choir, also directs the choirs of Holy Angels and St. Phillip Neri Catholic churches; and Laura Field is a business owner and spiritual director at her parish, Old St. Patrick’s, and at St. Benedict Catholic Church on the Northside. Each of these guests shared why they chose to attend the Walk for Peace, the hope they found in the experience, and the power that prayer has to transform each of us and our communities.
Wednesday, April 19, 2017 | Stream | Download

Streets, Satellites, and Science – Ways to Share Our Faith with Others

On today’s show, we highlighted four upcoming opportunities in our Archdiocese to discover language for sharing our faith. Our first guest, Fr. Don Nevins, pastor of Saint Agnes of Bohemia Parish, discussed how his parish joins with five other parishes in the Little Village neighborhood to bring the re-enactment of the Way of the Cross (Via Crucis) to the streets to more than 5,000 participants on Good Friday (April 14th this year) as a way to pray through movement and share their faith with the larger community. Michael Dopp, president of Redeemer Ministries, joined us to talk about the meaning of evangelization and the upcoming New Evangelization Summit on May 12-13th. The Conference, hosted in Ottawa, Canada, will be broadcast to more than 35 host locations throughout North America, including the Archdiocese of Chicago. Our final guest was Fr. John Kartje, president and rector of Mundelein Seminary/University of Saint Mary of the Lake. Fr. Kartje, who holds a Ph.D. in astrophysics discussed two upcoming events on faith and science, one to be hosted at the Seminary on March 16th & 17th and the other at Adler Planetarium on May 18th. He discussed the ways in which faith and science can dialogue and how both can show us how God is present in the world.
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 | Stream | Download

Reaching the Black Catholic Community of Chicago

There are 66,000 Black Catholics in the Archdiocese of Chicago, served by 351 parishes, 38 of which are predominately African American. During February, which is Black History month, Fr. David Jones, the Director of the Black Catholic Initiative of the Archdiocese, spoke about ways in which Black Catholics are reaching out in our communities. Fr. Jones also gave an update on where we are in the process of Fr. Augustus Tolton’s Cause for sainthood. Our second guest was Ms. Kimberly M. Lymore, DMin, the Director of the Augustus Tolton Pastoral Ministry Program at Catholic Theological Union. She shared information about this unique and important graduate theology and ministry formation program for Black Catholics and their upcoming events.
Wednesday, February 22, 2017 | Stream | Download

The Movie Silence and Evangelizing through Film and Media

On today’s show, we discuss the newest film by Martin Scorsese, Silence, and why it is important to utilize various forms of communication to evangelize. Fr. James Martin, SJ, who is a Jesuit priest, a writer and editor for America Magazine, and an author of several books, joined us to discuss his role as one of the spiritual and Jesuit advisors for the film. The movie, which depicts 17th century Jesuit missionaries in Japan, is a challenging film on faith that leaves viewers with many deeply thought-provoking questions. We take up some of those questions on our show today. Joining Beth White as a guest co-host is James Erler, SJ, Parish Vitality Coordinator for the Archdiocese.
Wednesday, January 18, 2017 | Stream | Download

Following Mary and Joseph and Welcoming Jesus

For our Christmas episode, we focus on the theme of the Christmas story, following Mary and Joseph as they journey in anticipation for welcoming Jesus. We look at how we are called to help those who, like Mary and Joseph, are on the margins of our society, seeking help and shelter. We are joined by Arturo Gonzalez, Coordinator for Pastoral Migratoria to talk about the Immigration Posada; Sr. Stephanie Baliga from the Mission of Our Lady of the Angels to talk about the Mission's outreach to the West Humboldt Park community; and Ray Pingoy from the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity to talk about the March for Life.
Wednesday, December 21, 2016 | Stream | Download

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