Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe puts the spotlight on various Catholic apostolates and outreaches that are serving Christ with their works around the world.
UNDERSTANDING THE HUMAN PERSON
Members of Family Honor, Inc. discuss the significance of parents as role models, and how they must exhibit chaste behavior in their own lives in order to influence the choices their children make.
FAMILY-CENTERED APPROACH TO CHASTITY EDUCATION
Parents can learn how to open lines of communication with their children, and share with them the tools necessary to resist temptation, in this important discussion of chastity and sexuality.
EVANGELIZATION THROUGH TECHNOLOGY
Charbel Raish explains how his company uses the latest technology to spread the word about the Maronite Church in Australia, showing the truth of their faith, not a watered down version.
THE EPARCHY OF SAINT MAROUN IN AUSTRALIA
His Excellency, Bishop Antoine-Charbel Tarabay joins Father Joseph to talk about the rich history of his Maronite Church in Australia, its current growth and plans for future expansion.
DEALING WITH BROKENNESS IN MARRIAGE
No marriage is perfect and conflicts will always arise. It’s how those conflicts are handled that determines whether the marriage will endure and thrive. Francine and Byron Pirola are guests.
Francine and Byron Pirola discuss how a good marriage needs both proper preparation beforehand and continued development throughout the marriage for it to be successful. Hosted by Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe.
SERVING THOSE WHO SERVE
Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe speaks with chaplains of the Archdiocese for the Military Services who explain the importance of their mission and what it is like to serve in a parish that extends around the world.
LOVE IN ACTION
Fr. Joseph is joined by members of Kkottongnae, a South Korean group who create hope and new life, as they share their process for putting Love in Action.
WELFARE OF CHARITY
Fr. Joseph speaks with members of Kkottongnae, a South Korean group who bring love to the poor and abandoned, teaching them how to love others and to love God.
BIRTH OF KKOTTONGNAE
Fr. Joseph speaks with members of Kkottongnae, or “Flower Village” in English, a community of love and salvation located in South Korea with over one million supporting members in 14 countries throughout the world.
THE SOURCE AND SUMMIT OF THE NEW EVANGELIZATION
Fr. Joseph welcomes members of the Source and Summit Institute to speak about their efforts to help parishes in renewal of the liturgy and the spread of the New Evangelization.
HELPING THE UNDERPRIVILEGED
Members of The Catholic Women Organization, Nigeria join Fr. Joseph to explain how they train people to evangelize and support indigent seminarians studying for the priesthood.
GROWING IN CATHOLIC CONFIDENCE
Fr. Joseph speaks with members of Young Catholic Professionals to discuss how they try to evangelize others through their work, regardless of profession.
THE LONGEST MARRIED COUPLE PROJECT
Guests from World Wide Marriage Encounter join Fr. Joseph to explain how celebrating long marriages is key to giving hope to married couples struggling to endure.
TRANSFORMING THE CULTURE THROUGH COMMUNITY
Fr. Joseph speaks with members of the Culture Project, an organization of young adults who evangelize the faith to their peers.
THE SCIENCE BEHIND WHAT THE CHURCH TEACHES
Members of the Catholic Medical Association meet with Fr. Joseph to discuss how science supports the Church's teachings.
SERVING THOSE IN NEED
Fr. Joseph meets with members of the Knights of Peter Claver, the oldest and largest African American Catholic organization in the United States, to discuss their service to the poor.
CHILDREN IN THE NEW EVANGELIZATION
Members of the Children’s Rosary join Fr. Joseph to share how little children are helping the New Evangelization by spreading the rosary and devotion to Our Lady.
WHAT IS CWON?
Fr. Joseph meets with members of the Catholic Women Organization Nigeria to discover how they are using Mary as a model and intercessor to preserve the integrity of the family in Africa.
CMA: A “FIELD HOSPITAL” SERVING BOTH PHYSICIAN AND PATIENT
Members of the Catholic Medical Association join Fr. Joseph to explain how they help doctors, nurses, and medical students stay strong in their faith.
RESTORING THE CULTURE THROUGH VIRTUE
Cristina Barba, president of the Culture Project International, outlines the activities her outreach takes part in to show how young Catholics are making a difference in the world while promoting a culture of life. Hosted by Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe.
STRENGTHENING THE FAMILY
The Knights of Peter Caver is the largest and oldest African-American Catholic lay organization. Fr Joseph speaks with two of its members to find out what they are doing to strengthen the family while engaging young adults in the life of the Church.
CHILDREN ANSWERING A CALL
Members of the Children’s Rosary explain how their organization starts prayer groups for children to gather and pray the rosary around the world. Hosted by Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe.
VIRTUOUS LEADERS OF TOMORROW
Members of Young Catholic Professionals share the programs they have that are aimed at reaching out to younger Catholics in the workforce to help them learn and grow in their faith. Hosted by Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe.