February 8, 2013
“Porta Fidei” means “Door of Faith.” The show takes its name from the Holy Father’s Apostolic Letter announcing the Year of Faith. Born out of the desire to celebrate the Year of Faith on Catholic Radio, “Porta Fidei” takes a closer look at the Catechism of the Catholic Church with Fr. Jeffrey Kirby and Valerie Soop exploring and bringing to life this rich, yet often overlooked resource. In each episode of this weekly half-hour show, Fr. Kirby and Valerie tackle a small portion of the Catechism, unpacking its meaning through theological reflections and revealing its relevancy to daily life through personal stories.
November 18, 2012
The series has the same premise as Fr. Longenecker’s well-known book of the same name. Using C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity as a starting point, Father tells listeners why the fullness of the Christian Faith can only be found in the Catholic Church. Father challenges all listeners to go further up and deeper into the topics that often arise in Catholic/Protestant discussions. Over the course of any month, Father will interview converts to the Catholic faith, impart the stories of saints, and interview Catholics devoted to them. Fr. Longenecker will also talk to experts in Catholic culture–literature, art, architecture, music and movies. In other episodes, he’ll be interviewing Catholics involved in social issues and there will be special episodes on the supernatural aspects of the Catholic faith.
June 8, 2010
Special Program recorded by Catholic Radio in SC. This includes program like the Boy Scout Jamboree and interviews of interest.
August 9, 2009
The Divine Mercy Chaplet and Prayers performed by Donna Cori Gibson: Saturday and Sunday from 4-4:30pm Eastern. The texts of the recorded songs are based on the extracts of the Diary of St. Faustina.
The mission of Saint Faustina includes:
- Reminding the world of the truth of our faith revealed in Holy Scripture about the merciful love of God towards every human being, even the greatest sinner
- Entreating God’s mercy for the whole world through the practice of new forms of devotion to the Divine Mercy
- Venerating the image of the Divine Mercy with the inscription Jesus, I trust in You
- Celebrating the feast of the Divine Mercy on the first Sunday after Easter
- Reciting the chaplet to the Divine Mercy chaplet at the hour of mercy
- Speading the devotion to the Divine Mercy
- Initiating the apostolic movement of the Divine Mercy which undertakes the task of proclaiming and entreating God’s mercy for the world and strives for perfection in the spirit of trust in God, expressed in the fulfillment of His will, and the attitude of mercy towards one’s neighbor.
August 9, 2009
Pathways to Rome: An Hour-long journey that brings Rome home to the local parishioner. Father Jeffrey Kirby is joined by Atticus (Gus) Killough and Kathy Kerfoot for a tour of the Vatican and how every artwork, building, or liturgical event can strengthen your understanding of Christianity and what lessons each of us on the local level might derive from the Center of the Catholic Faith.
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August 9, 2009
Steve Wood with Family Life Center International hosts the Catholic Community Hour, a periodic special intended to build Catholic community in the Diocese of Charleston. Simulcast on WCKI 1300-AM in the Upstate, WQIZ 810-AM in the Low Country, and on-line at www.catholicradiosc.com, the inaugural show, airdate Thursday, August 13, 2009 from 5 to 6 PM, focuses on bringing Catholic employers and potential employees together.
April 30, 2009
Fr. Patrick Winslow and Fr. Matthew Kauth discuss apologetics from a unique perspective. As seminarians, they began a conversation on the roof top of their seminary overlooking the Dome of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. They’ve been continuing that conversation ever since. From the roof top to the street, they endeavor to reach you no matter where you are by letting you listen in to their ruminations and explanations of the Catholic faith.