Fall 2018

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Week 1 Facebook Event – September 20

“Everyone Can Play: The Call to Missionary Discipleship”
Curtis Kneblik
As always, come for food, fun, and drinks at 7, and the talk will begin at 7:30.

Week 2 – Facebook Event – September 27

“Family as the First and Primary Ministry”
Allan Cruz

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Week 6: Luke Carey – So I Told God I Hated Him

Recording (download at Internet Archive):

Luke Carey is the director of the young adult office for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati. Luke Carey is co-host of the podcast Catching Foxes and has a church job; his employer shall remain unnamed. He once worked for a Catholic record label with rapper Righteous B.

Week 5: Emily Macke – Practical Femininity

Recording (download at Internet Archive):

Emily is a mother, has nine younger brothers, and is author of a high school Theology of the Body curriculum, Called to be More, published by Ruah Woods Press.

Further Reading

Week 3: Fr. Steve Dos Santos, C.PP.S. – Rejoice and be Glad

Recording (download at Internet Archive):

This week, Fr. Steve gives an overview of Pope Francis’ new apostolic exhortation, Gaudete et Exsultate (Rejoice and be Glad).

About Fr. Steve

Fr. Steve Dos Santos is the vocations director for the Missionaries of the Precious Blood. He has been a priest for 12 years, grew up the youngest of nine children in California, and says he was brought to Dayton out of obedience.

Spring 2018 series–I’m Catholic…so what now?

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Talk titles tentative.

April 12
Jacob Stange
I’m No Saint: Christianity is More Than a Club

April 19
Ryan Mahle
The Dearest Freshness Deep Down Things: The Church’s Sacramental Worldview

April 26
Fr. Steve Dos Santos, C.PP.S.
Rejoice and Be Glad!

May 3
Tim O’Laughlin
Practical Masculinity

May 10
Emily Macke
The Feminine Genius: What is a Catholic Woman?

May 17
Luke Carey
So I Told God I Hated Him

Week 6: Chris Komoroski – The power of silence in a noisy world

Recording (download at Internet Archive):

Chris is a fifth-year seminarian in Cincinnati.

Further reading