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The Week Ahead on RPR:
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Tuesday, September 26th
Join host Tim Mosser Tuesday morning* for the following:
Fr. Gerald McManus, 9:00-9:20 a.m. CT
Have you ever wondered what it's like to be a member of the military and still actively live out the Catholic faith? We'll talk with retired military chaplain Fr. Gerald McManus about his experience at Ellsworth Air Force Base in South Dakota. He'll share his personal faith journey and talk about how he was able to guide airmen in their own faith journeys.
Steve Laqua, 9:20-9:40
Throughout the region, we're in the heart of football season. We'll visit with Minnesota State University Moorhead head coach Steve Laqua about being a witness of faith at a public university. Steve will also give us an update on the football season thus far.
Jacques Daniel, 9:40-10:00
We'll join Jacques Daniel from Rapid City to talk
about the Federation of North American Explorers, a Catholic scouting movement. Tune in to hear more about this unique opportunity for boys and girls.
Dr. Louise Murphy, 10:00-10:20
It can be a challenge to be a practicing Catholic and a physician. From laws being passed to the breakdown of ethics in the medical field, Catholic doctors need our prayers and support. We'll talk with Dr. Louise Murphy about her conversion of heart as a Catholic and a doctor. We'll also hear from her about an upcoming Diocesan White Mass for those in the medical field.
Tony Brandt & Chris Stewart, 10:20-10:40
We'll focus on evangelization and how
we aren't able to give what we don't have with Tony Brandt and Chris Steward of Casting Nets Ministries. Tony and Chris will be the keynote speakers at the Diocese of Rapid City's upcoming Stewardship Summit.
Paulette Moreland, 10:40-11:00
The 40 Days for Life Fall Campaign is about to begin. Paulette Moreland will share the story of why she is a witness and voice for the unborn and will preview the 40 Days for Life Duluth prayer effort.
Thursday, September 28th
Join hosts Brad Gray & Jeanine Bitzan Thursday morning* for the following:
Deacon John Foucault, 9:00-9:30 a.m. CT
We'll talk with Deacon John Foucault of the Diocese of Duluth about addressing performance management in his experience as a business owner. What is performance management? Whose responsibility is it to meet goals? How do you work with unmotivated employees? You'll have the opportunity to call in at 877-795-0122 with your questions about this topic.
Deacon Mark Krejci, 9:30-10:00
As we are getting back into our fall routines, it's important to remember that family prayer should be an essential part of our daily schedule. Deacon Mark Krejci, Director of the Office of Marriage, Family and Life at the Diocese of Crookston, will be with us to talk more about what this looks like and how prayer plays a role in his own family. He'll also preview the upcoming Diocesan Marriage Celebration.
Fr. Paul Timmerman, 10:00-10:20
What do you know about angels? We have an idea about them through books or movies or TV shows, but what do we really know? We'll talk with the Diocese of New Ulm's Fr. Paul Timmerman to get a clearer understanding about the teachings of the Church on the ministry of angels.
Made For Greatness Men's Segment, 10:20-10:50
Our Made for Greatness Men's Segment is back! Beginning this month, we'll bring you personal faith stories from men throughout the listening area. This time, Michael Wilde will join host Brad Gray and Msgr. Gregory Schlesselmann to share his journey in discovering the proper order of how to live life and what that means when it comes to being a father.
Maryhelen Chadwick, 10:50-11:00