Real Presence Live
We bring you local hosts and guests from across the diocese of Fargo, Bismarck, Crookston, Rapid City, Duluth, Superior, New Ulm, Sioux Falls, Winona-Rochester, and Cheyenne.
Most Recent Episodes
RPL Hr. 2 March 21 Dr. Jay Hershberger and Jerome Richter
In the second hour, host Fr. Brian Gross spoke with Dr. Jay Hershberger, Professor of Piano at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN and Choir Director at St. Mary's Cathedral in Fargo, about Truth, Beauty, and Goodness. Dr. Hershberger explained what these three concepts are, how they relate to God, and how we can find them in our lives. Fr. Gross also spoke with Jerome Richter, Vice President for Public Affairs at the University of Mary in Bismarck, about the Passion of Christ, virtue, and the basics of prayer as he previewed his upcoming talks at a Men's Lenten Retreat in Williston.
RPL Hr. 1 March 21 Bishop John Folda and Fr. Mark McCormick
In the first hour, host Fr. Brian Gross spoke with the Diocese of Fargo's Bishop Folda about St. Joseph, answering common questions about the great foster father of Jesus. Fr. Gross also spoke with Fr. Mark McCormick, Director of Vocations and Stewardship in the Diocese of Rapid City, about Pastoral Ministry Days coming up in the Diocese.
RPL Hr. 2 March 14 Fr. Jason Signalness, Fr. Peter Anderl, Fr. James Cheney, and Larry Richard
In the second hour, Msgr. Schumacher first spoke with Fr. Jason Signalness about why Catholics do not eat meat on Fridays during Lent. Our host then spoke with Fr. Peter Anderl about the 100th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima. Monsignor also spoke with Fr. James Cheney and Larry Richard about the upcoming Cardinal Muench Spaghetti Feed Fundraiser at St. Paul's Newman Center in Fargo.
RPL Hr. 1 March 14 Jennifer Anderson, Jacques Daniel, and Jay Wickham
In the first hour, host Msgr. Patrick Schumacher spoke with Jennifer Anderson, Clinical Therapist with Catholic Charities North Dakota, about mindfulness from a Catholic perspective. He also spoke with Jacques Daniel and Jay Wickham about St. Joseph and this year's JourneyMen Men's Conference in the Diocese of Rapid City.
RPL Hr. 2 March 7 Bishop Paul Sirba, Colleen Carroll Campbell, and Made for Greatness Men's Segment
In the second hour, our hosts began by speaking with Bishop Paul Sirba of the Diocese of Duluth about the upcoming Catholics at the Capitol event and the plan to unify the Duluth Area Catholic Schools. Brad and Jeanine then spoke with Colleen Carroll Campbell about the upcoming Redeemed Beloved Daughter Women's Conference in the Diocese of Fargo. In the last 20 minutes, we continued our "Made for Greatness" Men's Segment with Msgr. Gregory Schlesselmann, host Brad Gray, and Steve Splonskowski, discussing the ways men are called to express their fatherhood.