“Connect & Transform” Indiana Holy Family Catholic Conference - Jan Marrah, Indiana Holy Family Catholic Conference organizer joins Jim Ganley and Brigid Ayer to talk about the upcoming Conference on Sat. Feb. 29 @ Kokomo High School. This year’s theme.. “Connect & Transform”. Details can be found at www.holyfamilyconference.org
“NobleCause”- Feeding the Poor in Our Midst - Calissa Harvey and Clare Scales of “NobleCause” talk with Faith In Action co-hosts, Jim Ganley & Brigid Ayer about feeding the poor through a new launch of the St. Vincent de Paul Society called, “NobleCause”. To learn more about this new ministry launch the website is www.svdpnoblecause.com. Volunteers can sign up on the website NobleCause or by calling 317-773-7608.
WHO IS HOLY? God, Mary, the Saints and Angels and ... you can be too! Today's music with a Catholic message hosted by Kent Blandford.
SUPER BOWL RECAP, CATHOLIC KIDS' CAMP AND EXODUS 90 - Host Wil Hampton reviews this year's Super Bowl. Then former Colts lineman Joe Reitz drops in to talk faith and football and preview his upcoming camp at Guerin Catholic High School. And Jim Medawar brings us an update on EXODUS 90.
“ATTACK OF THE LAMBS”: ACTION-PACKED CATHOLIC NOVEL - AUTHOR TOM OLSINSKI TALKS WITH FAITH IN ACTION CO-HOSTS, JIM GANLEY AND BRIGID AYER ABOUT CATHOLIC FICTION AND HIS NEW BOOK “ATTACK OF THE LAMBS”. TO CONNECT WITH THE AUTHOR, THE WEBPAGE IS WWW.TOMOLSINSKI.NET
RACE FOR VOCATIONS - FATHER MICHAEL KEUCHER, VF (RACE FOR VOCATIONS) PAUL ZIELINSKI, INDIANA K OF C STATE TALK WITH FAITH IN ACTION CO-HOSTS, JIM GANLEY AND BRIGID AYER ABOUT THE UPCOMING RACE FOR VOCATIONS, SATURDAY, MAY 2, 202. FOR DETAILS THE WEB PAGE IS https://raceforvocations.org/
LISTEN FOR THE CALLING - We're each called to service in many ways. Are you open to the call? Today's music with a Catholic message hosted by Kent Blandford
PERSEVERANCE THROUGH SPORTS & THE SUPER BOWL - Coach Todd Lickliter joins Wil Hampton just days after being named the new head basketball coach at the University of Evansville. Plus former Indianapolis Colt Barry Krauss drops in with his Super Bowl prediction and an update on his life after football.