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Steve Desroches (47) and Kristen Becker (45) discuss Becker's career as a stand up comic including touring the South with Jay Bakker, the son of Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, as well as her childhood spent in both the North...
Greg talked about how he grew up and what he was involved in (sports, religion,etc.). Since he grew up conservative, Greg talked about the current election, and his views on the Republican party today.
This is the story of one man’s spiritual development from the Catholicism of his Polish immigrants through an epifany he had sniffing glue to his learning of transcendental meditation which has developed into a long-standing practice and peaceful existence.
Susie Bobenrieth on UNC Chapel Hill, Vincentian Service Corps, and High School - and how it has affected her.
K. Bowen reflects on Catholic education and celebrates the work of Catholic schools.
Jill Roberts is a 29 year old mother with 2 children. Kate Heidlebaugh is a 17 year old high school student. Both of these two people grew up with different religions and beliefs. One of the major things that connects...
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey. Nova Lee Migliore (17) talked to her great grandma, Genowefa Mis (also called Mommish, age (88) about living conditions back when she lived in Poland and America,...
Sean Collins (59) talks to his friend Jennifer Traeger (52) about his mother and her memory. He discusses his mother's unexpected diagnosis with pancreatic cancer, her decision to stop treatment and her death several weeks later.
One Small Step partners Todd Ramsey (40) and Susan Osborne (75) talk about their changes in political beliefs, local politics in Kansas, and Susan's critique of the Catholic Church.
One Small Step conversation partners Scott Sinclair (55) and Jason Aldrich (38) discuss formative moments in their political perspectives, anarchist political theory, conservative ideology, shared values, and how it feels to connect across difference.
Helen Kay Campbell talks about how her mother's suicide when she was 8 effected her family.
Hearing about Detroit from the 50s through the 70s from a woman who grew up on Saint Mary’s Avenue in Detroit and how things have changed since then. She also gives us a glimpse into her own personal life and...
Daughter April Cantor interviews her mom, Flora Cantor about her experience as a child growing up in the Phillippines and her experience as an immigrant coming to the US and her career as a nurse in VA.
One Small Step partners George Dow (66) and Mahdee Abdullah (56) discuss their families, their faith, and their hopes for their children and grandchildren.
Lola DeAscentiis sits down with her Grandmother and a close family friend to discuss memories, faith, and family.
Steve and my grandfather we’re good friends in the Navy and later at the United States Air Force Academy. He was married to his wife, Leslie, for 53 years.
John Aligata and Haydn Huard are doing an interview for class, Haydn and John talk about religion and the meaning behind god and love.
Paulist Fr. Richard Chilson recently celebrated the 50th anniversary of his ordination as a #priest. In 1976, he moved to Berkeley, CA, where he spent 20 years, first as campus minister and then in studies and on special assignment. He...
I talked to my mom about her influences as a child and experiences in adolescence.
Interviewing my father, Dr. Timothy Fuerst, about his life as a Catholic, husband, father, friend, and Economics professor. This beautiful man died, just under 2 months later, on February 21, 2017. We miss him dearly and love him always. With...
Twin sisters Rhonda Winters (47) and Rebecca "Becki" Kuchenberg (47) share memories of small town life.
Who is Shoualue Thoj? Why is he significant in Hmong history? How does he contribute to Hmong entrepreneurship?
One Small Step partners, Karen Vacaliuc (53) and Michelle Scott-Huffman (49), talk about their children and their experiences as mothers, their career paths, and their faith.
Julia (16) and Marie (69) talk about Marie’s life growing up in the 50s and 60s in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. They talk about Marie’s career as a nurse, her life with her family, and the importance of religion to her.