Dec 16, 2018
Sheila Cowling, a parishioner of St. Francis de Sales in Purcellville, vividly remembers the smells of the Christkindl market of West Berlin: the air filled with the scent of spiced cider, mulled wine and gingerbread cookies. Inspired by the fragrant treats, Cowling began baking her own.
In the 30 years since her time...
Nov 30, 2018
Daughter of St. Paul Sister Rose Pacatte, the founding director of the Pauline Center for Media Studies, explains how she became an award-winning film journalist. Later in the episode, she shares why she dislikes films that exist "to hit you over the head with a message," and talks about her favorite movie reviews. She...
Nov 21, 2018
In this episode, Ann Augherton surprises the Herald staff by calling each of them into the studio and asking, "What are you thankful for?"
Nov 15, 2018
For the past 34 years, the Edward Douglass White Knights of Columbus Council in Arlington, Va., has hosted Thanksgiving for folks in the community who might need a little help or a little company.
In this episode, Marijo Galvin, the Thanksgiving coordinator, talks about prepping for this Thanksgiving meal in which 2,400...
Nov 9, 2018
In this episode, Catholic News Service editor-in-chief Greg Erlandson talks about how the U.S. bishops have addressed the abuse crisis to date, the current challenges they are facing, and what's on the agenda during their Nov. 12-14 general assembly in Baltimore.