EPISODE #59 TRENDING WITH CHRIS & TIMMERIE: ABORTION AND TECHNOLOGY
Do you feel confident responding to the pro-abortion arguments against Brett Kavanaugh? People are saying women will die. Is there a right to abortion? On Trending with Chris Mueller and Timmerie Millington, your hosts will discuss taking back control of your devices and parenting in the internet age. Do you have a healthy philosophy for connection? They’ll also discuss the fundamental masculine need to provide as they continue their ponderings on “What you need to know about the inner lives of men” by Shaunti Feldhahn. Listen up and send us your tough questions about human life and sexuality. www.RadioTrending.com
Originally broadcast on 9/16/18
EPISODE#152 OC CATHOLIC RADIO: GUEST IS DR. PIA DeSOLENNI
Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On this week’s program, Rick welcomes back one of our favorite and frequent guests, Dr. Pia DeSolenni. Pia is the Chancellor of the Diocese of Orange, and also the Theological Advisor to Bishop Kevin Vann.
Today, we’re going to discuss some of the troubling issues facing the church today; and, what Pia describes as a much needed call for ‘radical transparency’ in the church today.
Originally broadcast on 9/15/18
CALL ME CATHOLIC: GUESTS ARE FR. LUKE MEYER AND COLEEN KELLY MAST
Our thanks go out to today’s special guests, Fr. Luke Meyer (Chaplain from the St. Thomas Aquinas Newman Center at University of North Dakota) and radio host, Coleen Kelly Mast.
We are so grateful for these two souls for helping us understand how best to reach the very important young people in our American Catholic population. We need you!!! And we want you to be informed about and engaged in our one true Catholic Church.
Originally broadcast on 9/15/18
EPISODE #58 TRENDING WITH CHRIS & TIMMERIE: INSECURITY
On Trending you’ll hear discussion about a pro-abortion protests in South Korea where 125 women took the abortion pill to kill their babies. Your hosts discuss Shaunti Feldhahn’s book on the inner lives of men; and, how most men experience a deep sense of insecurity as they fear that they don’t measure up. Also discussed: feminist parenting, a victory in California against the LGBTQ lobby, and why taking a family vacation is so important.
Share your stories on the topic as Chris Mueller and Timmerie Millington journey through the book “For Women Only – what you need to know about the inner lives of men” by Shaunti Feldhahn.
Originally broadcast on 9/9/18
EPISODE #45 MUSIC FROM THE TOWER: GUEST IS MICHAEL SILHAVY
Episode No. 45. Saturday, September 8, 2018. Michael Silhavy, Musician and Senior Editor at GIA Publications, does a Tribute show to the Cathedral Musician and Composer, Richard Thomas Proulx.
Richard Thomas Proulx was one of the most important composers of liturgical music in the twentieth century. Modern Liturgy Magazine called him the “most significant liturgical composer of the last twenty years.” Originally from Saint Paul, Proulx was born on April 3rd, 1937 to Raymond and Helen Proulx. He began piano studies at the age of six followed soon after by composition lessons in middle school. Both outside sources and Proulx himself recognized the benefits of the outstanding musical education offered at St. Patrick’s Parochial School located in St. Paul, MN. Proulx later studied at McPhail College in Minneapolis and the University of Minnesota receiving a degree in organ performance. Following graduate studies, he received honorary doctorates from the University of St. Thomas in 1989 and the General Theological Seminary in 1994.
Proulx began his professional career at Church of the Holy Childhood in Saint Paul, MN where he worked and directed for 15 years. Following his time in St. Paul, he directed and played for ten years at Saint Thomas Church in Seattle (1970-1980) before moving to the Cathedral of the Holy Name in Chicago where he played the organ and directed music for twenty years. Beyond his compositional pursuits, Proulx worked hard as an educator and clinician, teaching abroad in New Zealand, Australia, Canada, The Netherlands, Switzerland , and throughout the United States.
Proulx was prolific, writing more than 300 works in five plus decades as a professional musician and composer. His compositional abilities were broad, spanning the realms of instrumental, choral, and mixed ensemble works. He is well-known for many of his substantial works including his church opera, The Pilgrim, his Concerto for Organ and Strings, and The Child’s Book of Beasts. He also composed pieces and hymns familiar to many congregations, such as I Received the Living God (tune composed by the French Benedictine, Dom Clément Jacob (1906-1977), harmonization that appear in hymnals published by GIA Publications (Chicago) composed by Richard), and a Community Mass. Beyond his compositional endeavors, Proulx also consulted and contributed to Hymnal 1982 and The New Yale Hymnal among many others.
Proulx is also known for his founding of The Cathedral Singers in 1991. He directed the independent recording ensemble and spurred the release of more than twenty recordings of sacred music. The Cathedral singers have performed both in the US and abroad.
Proulx’s talents also reached into the secular world. He composed an orchestral score for documentary film The Golden Door, and his organ arrangement of Veni Creator was featured in the 1997 film The Devil’s Own. Work from The Cathedral Singers, made two television debuts on NBC’s hit show ER. Aside from appearances in television and film, Proulx put his composing talents to work in jingle writing and advertisement, composing the theme song for Union Pacific Railroad in 1971.
Proulx passed away on Thursday Feb 18th, 2010 in Chicago, but his spirit lives on in the works and music he left to the world. With the generosity of Richard and the Proulx family, St. John’s Alcuin Library is committed to the preservation of his work and legacy.
On this episode of MFTT, Michael Silhavy helps us remember the great life of this exceptional Church Musician and Composer. Michael helps us explore Richard’s life in Minneapolis, Seattle, and of course in Chicago. The amazing influence of this great musician, conductor, and educator is really beyond calculation. Mr. Silhavy examines the life of Richard Proulx from the prospective of publisher, catholic musician, and personal friend. Michael has just completed an exhaustive inventory of the works and life of Richard Proulx. MFTT is grateful for helping us all remember this giant of sacred music. All of the music is by Richard Proulx and is recorded by the Cathedral Singers, conducted by the composer. It is available from GIA Publications.
MUSIC: Jesu, the Very Thought of Thee
MUSIC: Happy are Those
MUSIC: He is the Way
MUSIC: O Lord, Support Us
MUSIC: Crown Him With Many Crowns. A Concertato setting by Richard Proulx
EPISODE#151 OC CATHOLIC RADIO: GUEST IS BISHOP TIMOTHY FREYER
Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On this week’s show, Rick welcomes Bishop Timothy Freyer back to the OC Catholic studios. It’s been a while since we’ve had him on with us, so it’s great to be able to catch up.
He has been an auxiliary Bishop for the Diocese of Orange for 1.5 years now. A native of Huntington Beach, Bishop Freyer has roots that run deep here in the OC. Listen in as he shares about his fascinating story; and, his heart for the people of our growing diocese!
Originally broadcast on 9/8/18
CALL ME CATHOLIC: GUEST IS MIKE AQUILINA – “A HISTORY OF THE CHURCH IN 100 OBJECTS”
A big thank-you to today’s guest, Mike Aquilina! He shared some of the history behind the objects that he and his daughter Grace chose to catalogue in the compelling book, “A History of the Church in 100 Objects.” As it says in the introduction: “Catholicism is indeed the religion of ‘stuff’. Ours is the church of ashes and incense, icons and statues, bread and wine, water and oil, incorrupt bodies, and bones encased in glass.”
Mike helped to put these holy objects into perspective for all our Call Me Catholic listeners.
Originally broadcast on 9/8/18
EPISODE #162 EMPOWERED BY THE SPIRIT: CATHOLIC BUSINESS ETHICS & EDUCATION
Host Deacon Steve Greco interviews guests on a variety of topics. On this week’s program, Steve welcomes Hank Evers back to the microphone. Hank was recently named the Interim Director of Strategic Communications at the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange. He has also served as Director of Development and Communications for the Orange Catholic Foundation. So, as you can surmise, this is one busy man.
Join us for another tremendous episode of timely and dynamic conversation from Deacon Steve and his team!
Originally broadcast on 9/2/18
EPISODE #57 TRENDING WITH CHRIS & TIMMERIE: CONSENT & KANYE WEST
Trending this week..
Fr. Tim Grumbach joins Timmerie Millington on Trending to talk about Kanye West and Jimmy Kimmel’s lighthearted take on the devastating issue of pornography. They discuss Kanye’s changed views since being a dad; and, his latest album Ye and the song to his daughter called Violent Crimes. Also covered: What is consent? Look at any college campus or the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church – clearly sexual consent isn’t enough to make sex authentic. What about consent in marriage? They take a look at the dignity of men and women that all of us are called to uphold and make known. Listen up for a special announcement at the end!
Originally broadcast on 9/2/18
EPISODE#150 OC CATHOLIC RADIO: GUEST IS DR. ERIN BARISANO, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS FOR ORANGE DIOCESE
Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On this week’s show, Rick welcomes Dr. Erin Barisano to the broadcast. Erin was recently named Superintendent of Schools for the Diocese of Orange. This is her first time on the show.
Barisano joins the Diocese of Orange from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, where she serves as deputy superintendent. There, she oversees 30 schools in the San Gabriel Valley and the Archdiocese’s leadership formation program.