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Catholic Coach Hr. 1 November 14 Education Tour: Black Hills State University Newman Center

In the first hour, we continued our Education Tour as we stopped at the Black Hills State University Newman Center. Host Tim Mosser spoke with Msgr. Michael Woster, Pastor; Taylor Linn, Newman Center Director; and Julie Knight, a student at BHSU.

Catholic Coach Hr. 2 November 7 Bible Study

In Bible Study, Tim discussed Chapter 6 of Ephesians, where St. Paul describes the spiritual battle and how to put on the armor of God using weapons that are both offensive and defensive.

Catholic Coach Hr. 1 November 7 Mark and Andi Olsonawski & Fr. Neil Pfeifer

Andi Olsonawski was an All-American Athlete in Women's Track and Field at North Dakota State University. In September of 2015, she was diagnosed with brain cancer. During this hour, Andi and her husband Mark, along with the Diocese of Fargo's Fr. Neil Pfeifer, joined us to share how they have journeyed together through what looked like an ominous cancer diagnosis and how it became an example of the miraculous power of God.

Catholic Coach Hr. 2 October 31 Bishop Folda and Bible Study

In the first part of this hour, Tim spoke with the Diocese of Fargo's Bishop Folda about voting with a Catholic conscience. In Bible Study, our host continued discussing Chapter 5 of Ephesians, in which St. Paul talks about the great mystery of Christ and the Church and marriage. Tim focused on what it means for a wife to be submissive to her husband and what it means for a husband to love his wife as Christ loved the Church.

Catholic Coach Hr. 1 October 31 Fr. Andrew Ricci

During this hour, host Tim Mosser spoke with Fr. Andrew Ricci of the Diocese of Superior about the Communion of Saints. They specifically looked at the three parts of the Church -- Militant, Suffering, and Triumphant -- and how they function together as the larger Communion of Saints.

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