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Clementine Hess: 2020-05-10 14:28:18 Clementine Hess (34) interviews her mother, Kay Little on mother's day. Topics discussed include parenting, family and chronic pain.
Father Frank DeSiano calls himself a "lifer." He entered the Paulist junior seminary as a teenager. That was more than 45 years ago. He's a noted leader in evangelization or sharing of the Catholic faith. Father Frank has been the...
People of the Rio Grande Valley Border Towns: David. David Withrow is the successful owner of the local cafe, Agrarian Coffee in McAllen, TX. David is a father and husband with a penchant for the refined culinary palette. David speaks...
Kristine Avasapian, mother of the interviewer talks about her family heritage and culture. She gives us in debt insight on the history and traditions of Armenians and what Armenians have gone through with a personal touch.
Coach Patton explains his dynamic family and challenges that have made him who he is today
Johnetta (Stalder) Talley tells about growing up in rural Oklahoma during the depression, her marriage to the love of her life, Max Talley, becoming a Christian, and her legacy as matriarch of a very large family.
Evan Cummings, C.S.P., made his final promises to life with the Paulist Fathers in late 2018. Just before that, he spoke about how wikipedia led him to the community, how some of his most profound spiritual moments come while kneading...
This is a conversation about my mom(April Hammonds), her religious views, and having a gay son. Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and recorded by me, Anthony Lanci, the gay son.
I interviewed my best friend Harrison, 19 years old, he is a Native American from the Cherokee tribe. I asked him questions about kind people he’s met, if he has any regrets, and he expresses his desire to follow and...
We talked about her life and she shared wisdom with me about decisions and life choices. We discussed her living situation in COVID.
"My dad was a carpenter, my mother's name is Mary and I have no illusions that I'm Jesus Christ," says Paulist Father Frank Desiderio in this interview with Jennifer Szweda Jordan conducted for The Paulist Fathers in Lake George, New...
Wendy Fiering (53) interviews her brother in law, David Kieschnick (61) about his activism in the LGBTQ Lutheran Community in the 1970s.
Deacon Wolfe, student at Westwood High School in Austin, TX, speaks with Hillcrest Baptist Church Second Half Ministry member Herb Ingram about growing up Texan, life in the military, and what Jesus means to him.
Lakeisha Stinyard is a full time working of two children and goes to college part time. Outside of working and raising her children, she lives a spiritual life and attends Northside Church of God in Christ. Her Christian life started...
When Paulist Father Don Andrie consider changing from tech worker to priest, he asked his best friends to tell him how crazy he was. They thought it was a great idea. Though he was long involved in ministry, the idea...
Joe Gavigan, 50 years old recording my “Friendship” talk I delivered at St Andrew Catholic Church retreat in August 2022.
I'm not proud of anything I've done," Paulist Father Tom Hall told the crowd gathered at his retirement party after 30 years as a Navy chaplain. He says that the room was silent. "I'm just overwhelmed with gratitude. Pride--no. There's...
Paulist Father Steve Bell speaks about his conversion story, his love of music, and the pains and pleasures of being a priest. His recorded conversation with Jennifer Szweda Jordan was produced for The Paulist Fathers. (Photo by Ryan Haggerty.)
Husband and wife re-say their vows to each other and recount the stories of their marriage.
Louise Warner, 72, talks with her daughter, Julie Warner Miccichi, 40, about Louise’s youth as a first generation American, how she met and married her husband, Bob, and lessons learned from parenting four children.
Talked about her childhood and her life and current thoughts on our country and it’s issues
One Small Step conversation partners Dean Berglund (60) and Mary Somnis (67) talk about socialism, capitalism, use of the social safety net at different points in their lives, and their love of the North Shore.