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- Providence 2
- Community Voices of Lake Geneva 1
- Providence Institute for Human Caring 1
- Providence Mount St. Vincent 1
I interviewed my Grandma, Patty Frawley, about her life. She sadly lost her youngest son when he was only 20 years old and grew up without the great family support that I’m so lucky to have. My Grandma was born...
Tom Kilgro is the youth leader at Prince of Peace Catholic Church. Nico Marthe is one of the many teenangers that spends Wednesday’s and Sundays with the most inspiring man he’s ever met.
Amanda and Beth discuss how Amanda's identity as a strong, independent woman has been shaped by family, friends, and experiences.
The Paulist Fathers serve in campus and hospital ministries, administrative roles, evangelization, and other pursuits. Heather Kinney helps Paulist seminarians hone in on the direction God may be guiding them toward. She’s the community’s Associate Director of Formation for Academics...
This interview took place in Eugene, Oregon on November 29th. Avery Walkoviak (13) interviewed her grandfather Larry Walkoviak (67) about growing up on a farm as a son of a Catholic Polish immigrant. Larry shares about his family on his...
My mother, Kasia Jankowski, immigrated to the United States from Poland in order to discover better economic opportunities which she elaborates on in this interview.
Meeting online for the first time, Claudia Jarrells (43) and Susan Jankord (68), participate in a StoryCorps One Small Step conversation covering culture, religion and feminism.
One Small Step partners Sasha Lewis (45) and Julius "Jules" Rothlein (74) discuss their faith backgrounds, raising a transgender child, and some of the experiences that shaped their political views.
One Small Step conversation partners Tara Casey (48) and Nicole Unice (43) discuss family, faith and raising their children with awareness.
One Small Step partners Anita Wiggins (65) and Deborah Callahan (56) discuss major events that shaped them, their spirituality as a Catholic and a Mormon, the difficulty raising children with or without their shared beliefs, and self-love.
Howard Davis (47) and his One Small Step partner Winnie Canup (64) discuss their work in education, their religious affiliations, and their political experiences.
People of the Rio Grande Valley: Mitch. Artist Mitch Darte and I talk about the loss of her Mother and how it propelled her into her flourishing career in painting. Mitch was a high school art teacher, and after losing...
I interviewed my grandmother for this project to feel more connected with her.It is November 25 of 2018.I am Giselle Terrones (14) and my grandmother is 68 years of age.Also to take the chance to learn more about her.Since she...
Paulist Fr. Bill Edens is an associate pastor at the Cathedral of Saint Andrew in #GrandRapids, MI. In this audio interview, he shares his #vocation story and more with Emanuele Sesta. To see a short video with parts of this...
Maggie Mantini and I (Malcolm Saltzman) are classmates in a journalism class. Maggie talked about her lived experiences growing up Catholic and the way that she is trying to find herself again in college.
One Small Step conversation partners and fellow University of Vermont students Alexandra "Alex" Amsden (19) and Bethany Connor (23) discuss the justice system, immigration, minimum wage and religion. They also discuss both loving music, and Taylor Swift!
Partners, Paula Baracaldo (35) and Joe Walters (32), share a conversation about how they first met and their first impressions of one another. Paula also talks about coming to the United States from Colombia when she was twelve years old,...
In this interview with my mother, Megan Thieme (b. 1974) she recounts her experiences growing up in the Catholic community and how her beliefs have shifted over time, from growing into adolescence to becoming a mother and beyond.
Teresa Whiteside has an incredible life story. From her life story of her parents divorce and high school career as a lost teen to a strong beautiful catholic mom.
One Small Step partners Bethany Byrd (62) and RosaMaria Henry (75) talk about owning non-profit organizations, COVID-19, and politics.