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- Perkins 1
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Jane Ashe (73) and Deanna Drake (33) interviewed each other about their lives, their chaplaincies, their training and work.
Sarah "Sally" Butzin (76) interviews her husband, Peter Butzin (77), about his involvement in the draft resistance movement during the Vietnam War.
J. "Dick" Woodward (86) talks to his daughter, Leah Wiley (43), about his mentors, his career as a pastor, and his search for his biological father.
Jackson (18) talks to his mom, Allison (59) about her going back to Seminary after taking a break from sitting behind a desk for almost 40 years.
Once, when Father Matt Berrios was a teen, he missed joining his family for Mass. He looked up an alternative and ended up at the Catholic Information Center in Grand Rapids, Michigan. It's run by the Paulist Fathers. It was...
Life up until Dadad got into Liberty Seminary
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...
Erin interviews Noah, a fellow seminarian who joined Christ Church a year ago. Oh and Latte, his adorable dog joins in as well.
Ann interviewed Dad extensively - some reminiscences included Uncle Jimmy - Dad revealed just how deeply he was affected - the tremendous emotional toll that he carried privately. Witnessing Dad's unwavering devotion to Uncle Jimmy & to Gram were experiential...
One Small Step participants Michael Wallace [no age given] and Rev. John Kennedy [no age given] discuss their upbringing, their experiences in seminary, and how their politics have evolved over time.
We talk about George’s childhood, how he met my grandmother, how he decided to become a priest and his time serving in the military
We talked about her life and how her family and community shaped her into the woman that she is today.
Two friends tell the story of how they met, their journey to becoming chaplains, how their friendship deepened but also changed.
Anne's positive way of life shows through this interview. Anne's childhood in Chinatown. Trying to learn Chinese. She had a stroke during delivering her son and saw the light but did not want to go back.
Darlene Lodge, 80, talks with her daughter, Lynn Payne, 56, about growing up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa during the Depression and about her marriages to Lynn’s father and to Donald Lodge.
[Recorded Tuesday, February 1, 2022] Grace (78) and Susan (75) recorded a One Small Step conversation together in Charlottesville, Virginia. They discussed activism, military families, and the influence of their religious and spiritual beliefs on their politics.
Man talks about his journey to become an episcopal priest and working in an inner-city parish, Emmanuel, In Pittsburgh, PA.
One Small Step participants Jess Cook (42) and Ken Brenneman (54) discuss their relationships with their children and their spirituality.
Kathleen Manning Edelman (51) interviews her relative Dr. Ron Ervin (83) about his life as a minister and counselor.
Susan Tansil(ST) interviews her friend Brandon Ruth(BR). They discuss Brandon’s conversion to Catholicism and experience in a Catholic seminary.
A few memories of growing up in Ninnekah, OK and seminary in 1960’s. Topics on family, school, racism.