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EPISODE #7
CALL ME CATHOLIC: GUESTS INCLUDE SCREENWRITER HAMID TORABPOUR, POLICE CAPTAIN DON FERRELL, MINISTRY DIRECTOR BETH BARSOTTI

5/25/2015

Host Peggy Normandin talks with screenwriter Hamid Torabpour about how his Christian faith has informed and inspired his work, including his recent Indie film, “How To Say Goodbye” which debuted last year in her “Muse in Review” segment.

“Did You See This” segment kicks off with retired Police Captain Don Ferrell who explains his latest detective work – locating a beautiful antique marble altar and communion rail that once belonged to St. Isidore Catholic Church in Los Alamitos, a church he hopes to restore to its original life and luster.

In the “Word” segment Normandin explores the best in young adult Catholic ministry, she talks with Beth Barsotti, a director of the very successful and populated Campus Ministry and Faith Formation program at the University of Portland.  Beth is getting ready to lead a group of U of P students on a pilgrimmage to the Camino de Campustela.

“My Sainted Mother/The Big Catholic Family” segment concludes the show as Helen shares her memories of growing up with ten brothers and sisters in her very Catholic family in Syracuse, New York.

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