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EPISODE#224
OC CATHOLIC RADIO: HIGHLIGHTS OF HOLY WEEK

Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On this week’s program, Rick welcomes back the Vicar-General for the Diocese of Orange, Msgr. Stephen Doktorczyk.  He also serves as the Moderator of the Curia.

On this broadcast, Rick and Monsignor drill down on some of the most important highlights of Holy Week!

 

 

 

 

 

Originally broadcast on 3/20/21

EPISODE#45
CATHEDRAL SQUARE: A VISIT WITH THE VICAR-GENERAL – MSGR. STEPHEN DOKTORCZYK

Welcome to another episode of Cathedral Square featuring host Fr. Christopher Smith.

On this week’s program, we enjoy a visit with Msgr. Stephen Doktorczyk, the Vicar-General for the Diocese of Orange. He also serves as the Moderator of the Curia.

He wears several hats in his role; and, he has a truly fascinating background.

Tune in and find out all about it!

 

 

 

Originally broadcast on 12/12/20

EPISODE#139
OC CATHOLIC RADIO: GUEST IS MONSIGNOR STEPHEN DOKTORCZYK

Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On this week’s program, Rick welcomes the newly-appointed Vicar-General for the Diocese of Orange, Msgr. Stephen Doktorczyk. Tune in for this fascinating conversation as we hear about his transformation as a manager at Vons grocery store to becoming a Catholic priest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Originally broadcast on 4/28/18

Steven Sallot

Age: 60

Years in the priesthood:    35

Hometown: Santa Ana

Favorite pastime:

“Attempting to be as good a mechanic and fixer of things as my father was.”

 Favorite book: “The Brothers Karamazov” by Fyodor Dostoevsky

First job: Pool man

Favorite area of ministry:

“Discovering what needs to be done, or needs to be done better and creating

ways to bring folks together to make it happen.”

Favorite scripture:   Genesis 32: 22-32, in which Jacob wrestles with an angel.

First car:  1950 Ford pickup

His greatest challenge:  “To get out of the way of the Holy Spirit.”

His most memorable experience:

“The most profound awakening for me was the conviction that it would be

inspired laity and clergy who would lead the Church in reforming itself, not

just clergy.”