Thursday, February 20, 2014

Nunblogger Radio

Bishop Fulton Sheen's Eastern Miter,
in the studio at St Stan's, Chicago.
This was this morning:
Tune in at The Winds of Change Show in just a few minutes (noon, Central Time) for an inside look at the Catholic Press when I interview Joyce Duriga, editor of the Chicago archdiocesan newspaper.

This is now:
Today's show is archived and ready for you to listen to at your leisure: An inside look at the newspaper of one of the largest and most complex archdioceses in America, plus music from the Daughters of St. Paul Choir ("Be it Done to Me" and "On Eagle's Wings") and news about books!

We broadcast this from a studio equipped not only with the finest technological tools, but with a relic of St Faustina on the desk, a relic of Blessed Francis X Seelos (New Orleans!) on the shelf, and the "Eastern miter" of Bishop Fulton Sheen (who could celebrate the liturgy in our more familiar Latin rite, as well as in the Byzantine rite).

The musical selections in today's show were:
Be it Done to Me, from Sing Your Praise
On Eagle's Wings, from Celebrating 20 Years: Best Loved Songs

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