Catholic Forum: “Catholic Forum”, the radio program produced by the Diocese of Wilmington, airs on Relevant Radio 640 AM each Saturday morning from 11:00 am to 11:30 am. Listen every Saturday morning at 11:00 am on Relevant Radio 640 AM (WWJZ-AM). After Catholic Forum airs on broadcast, it is available online (cdow.org/CatholicForum) or by searching Catholic Forum on the Apple, iHeartRadio, and Spotify podcasts. For photos, information regarding upcoming guests, podcasts and more, “Like” Catholic Forum on Facebook at www.facebook.com/catholicforum.
Saturday, October 5th, Father Chris Coffiey, Director of the Missions Office for the Diocese of Wilmington and Associate pastor of Saint Joseph on the Brandywine Church will be the guest.
Saturday, October 12th, tune in to hear an interview with Mr. Dan Sinnott, President and CEO of Saint Francis Hospital in Wilmington, Delaware.
Saturday, October 19th, Bonnie Engstrom will discuss her book, “61 Minutes to a Miracle.”
Saturday, October 26th, Mr. William Keimig will talk about the work of the Franciscan University Catechetical Institute.
Saturday, November 3rd, local author, Frank Rega, will discuss his new book, “Amazing Miracles of Padre Pio and the Stories Behind Them.”
Saturday, November 9th, 2019, tune in to meet Father Jerry Hogan, who has served for over 25 years, as the national chaplain to circus performers and show people.
Saturday, November 16th, tune in to hear an interview with Stephen Andes, author of the new book, “The Mysterious Sofía: One Woman’s Mission to Save Catholicism in Twentieth-Century Mexico.”
Saturday, November 23rd, Dr. Christopher Blum will discuss his book, “Waiting for Christ,” Saint John Henry Newman’s meditations for Advent and Christmas.
Saturday, November 30th, Sister Ann David Strohminger will discuss the changing roles for religious in the Diocese of Wilmington.
Saturday, December 7th, Msgr. Steven Hurley is scheduled to report from Rome where he and Bishop Malooly are attending the ad limina visit. The Bishops’ periodic visits to the Vatican is formally called “ad limina apostolorum,” which means “to the thresholds of the apostles.”
Saturday, December 14th, Sharon Ward, coordinator of Native American Ministry for the Diocese of Wilmington, will discuss here new children’s Christmas book, “All the Animals Gave Their Gifts.”
Saturday, December 21st, tune in for the annual Catholic Forum Christmas program featuring Bishop Malooly’s Christmas message to the people of Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Saturday, December 28th, tune in to hear an interview with Devin Schadt, developer of the new LEAD program for Catholic fathers.
Catholic Forum Podcast: You are invited to listen anytime to the Catholic Forum podcast. A new podcast is posted every Sunday at 11:00 a.m. at cdow.org/communications or search “Catholic Forum” on Apple Podcasts or iHeartRadio podcasts. For photos, information regarding upcoming guests, podcasts and more, “Like” Catholic Forum on Facebook at www.facebook.com/catholicforum.