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Young Adult Ministry (YAM) was the Archdiocese of Chicago’s outreach service to women and men in their twenties and thirties, married and single. YAM director Darius Villalobos and YAM coordinator Pablo Padilla led discussions on a wide range of topics that connected faith with everyday life for young adults.

DR. ANDREW PREVOT

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Dr. Andrew Prevot, associate professor of Theology at Boston College in Massachusetts, was our guest for this program. He is conducting a lecture at the University Of Chicago on Thursday, May 9th 2019 at the Common Room in Swift Hall. Dr. Prevot is speaking on The Hope of Exodus in Black and Womanist Theology. He also shared with us his Catholic upbringing, as well as hopes and resources that expand the thought and current theories for blacks to be liberated and freed.

Catholic Charities Partnership with Loyola Academy

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Volunteers offer their compassion and assistance each year and without their help, we wouldn’t be able to do all that we do to help those most in need. An increasingly important group of Catholic Charities volunteers are students from local elementary and high schools in the Archdiocese. From serving as role models to the youngest of children in our child learning centers to interacting with seniors, our high school volunteers learn important life lessons that go beyond the classroom. Joining Monsignor Boland to talk about our wonderful partnership with Loyola Academy is Bill Brandstrader, Missions & Father’s Network Moderator at Loyola Academy and Emily O’Donaghue, a student at Loyola Academy.

Vocations Activities/St. John Paul II Newman Center

Monday, May 6, 2019
Host: Graziano Marcheschi. Segment I: Upcoming Vocations Office Events and Activities including Totus Tuus, Sport Camps, and Quo Vadis Camp. Guest: Shawn Lucas. Segment II: The St. John Paul II Newman Center at the University of Illinois, Chicago (UIC) is hosting a fundraiser called the Holy Happy Hour at the Lagunitas Brewing Company on Monday, May 20. Guest: Fr. Connor Danstrom.

CATHOLIC CHICAGO WEEK IN REVIEW, MAY 4, 2019

Saturday, May 4, 2019
Holy Name Cathedral Rector Fr. Greg Sakowicz and Graziano Marcheschi of Shalom Media are joined by a group of brothers for an on-air celebration of Religious Brothers Day. Deacon John Cook talks with Sister Jamie Phelps about everything from the aging process to the significance of bible study. Catholic Charities President Msgr. Michael Boland and his guests discuss services offered at the Catholic Charities Senior Centers and the upcoming Senior Unity Mass. Dawn Fitzpatrick and Ryan Lents visit with Mark Curran, the former sheriff of Lake County, about the Immigration Ministry’s upcoming benefit called Keep Hope Alive. Sister Lovina Francis Pammit and Sister Mary Kay Brooks have a very informative conversation about the plight of immigrants. And Deacons Richard Hudzik and Dave Brencic introduce us to Deacon Michael Fekete who is very active with Catholic Relief Services.

Tercer domingo de Pascua

viernes, mayo 3, 2019
Lectura y reflexión del Evangelio según San Juan 21, 1-19 del domingo, 5 de mayo de 2019. Viernes, 3 de mayo de 2019.

Celebrating Religious Brothers Day; Mission Outreach at the Border

Thursday, May 2, 2019
Sr. Lovina asks Brother Michael Segvich, an Edmund Rice Christian Brother, about Religious Brothers Day. Br. Mike describes how despite being “under the radar,” religious brothers have impacted other people’s lives in powerful ways. Sister Mary Kay Brooks, SSND, discusses her recent mission trip at the Mexican border with five young women from Baltimore Notre Dame Prep and the implications of such an experience.

Catholic Relief Services

Thursday, May 2, 2019
Chicago Deacon Michael Fekete joins co-hosts Deacons Richard Hudzik and Dave Brencic to talk about CRS--Catholic Relief Services. Deacon Fekete speaks of his recent trip to Uganda to see the life-saving and faith-witnessing work of CRS. Also explored in this program are how we might here help the work of CRS and how CRS is serving people both domestically and in over 100 countries around the world. CRS puts to work our Baptismal gifts. Each baptized person is called to be "priest, prophet and king." CRS helps us all do that.

May: Mental Illness Awareness Month, Immigration Ministry Benefit, and Springfield Legislative Update

Wednesday, May 1, 2019
For this month’s show, Ryan and Dawn from the Office of Human Dignity and Solidarity speak with Deacon Tom Lambert, the co-chair of the Archdiocesan Commission on Mental Illness. They also check in with Mark Curran, the former sheriff of Lake County about Immigration Ministry’s upcoming benefit on May 13, as well as Bob Gilligan from Catholic Conference of Illinois on the status of H.B. 2495/S.B. 1942 and H.B. 2467/S.B. 1594.

SISTER JAMIE PHELPS

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Sister Jamie Phelps was our guest today and she shared with us her diagnosis of improved health as well as her humorous side while experiencing the aging process. She shared her thoughts on the significance of bible study for building family and community while asking questions like "Who is God?" "Who is He to you?" and "What does He desire us to do?

Catholic Charities Senior Centers and Senior Unity Mass

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
In the next 15 years, the number of Illinois seniors will rise by 36 percent. As our population ages, Catholic Charities is blessed and committed to help build a culture that honors and values our oldest members, treating them with love, compassion and dignity. In addition to our wide variety of services and programs, a Catholic Charities event many older adults look forward to each year is the Senior Unity Mass. Now in its 46th year, this special mass and luncheon wil take place on Thursday, June 13th and honors close to 300 seniors from Cook and Lake counties. Rob Boyd, Director of the Josephine Argento Senior Center and Katie Bredemann, Editor of Keenager News join Monsignor Boland to share more about Catholic Charities Senior Centers and the upcoming Senior Unity Mass.

Religious Brothers Day

Monday, April 29, 2019
Hosts: Fr. Greg Sakowicz and Graziano Marcheschi. May 1 is the annual Religious Brothers Day. Guests: Brother James MacDonald, Brother Gregory Smyth; Brother Michael Segvich.

CATHOLIC CHICAGO WEEK IN REVIEW, APRIL 27, 2019

Saturday, April 27, 2019
Deacon John Cook visits with Christopher Mallett who just took over as head football coach, athletic director and director of community relations and outreach at Hope Academy. Catholic Charities President Msgr. Michael Boland and his guests discuss anti-violence programs and services offered by Catholic Charities. Todd Williamson, Director of the Office for Divine Worship, and Liturgy Training Publications Editor Timothy Johnston explain the three days at the end of Lent called the Triduum. And Holy Name Cathedral Rector Fr. Greg Sakowicz and his guests discuss church initiatives to protect our children.

Segundo domingo de Pascua

viernes, abril 26, 2019
Lectura y reflexión del Evangelio según San Juan 20, 19-31 del domingo, 28 de abril de 2019. Viernes, 26 de abril de 2019.

Child Abuse Prevention Month

Thursday, April 25, 2019
Host: Fr. Greg Sakowicz. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and on this program we explore what the Archdiocese of Chicago is doing to protect our children. Guests: Mary Jane Doerr; Deacon Dan Welter; Michael Hoffman; Ali Bestler; Olivia Clark.

BREAKING OPEN THE TRIDUUM

Wednesday, April 24, 2019
It’s Easter Week! Just days ago, the Church has celebrated the most holiest of all our Liturgies – the liturgies of Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. In this broadcast of Focus on the Liturgy, co-hosts Timothy Johnston and Todd Williamson break open these sacred rites and explore the theology and spirituality of them. From the Mass of the Lord’s Supper, through the Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion and culminating with the Easter Vigil, Timothy and Todd help the listeners to reflect back on what They’ve experience in their parishes.

CHRISTOPHER MALLETT

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Christopher Mallett joined us today and talked about his New Coaching and Community Director position at Hope Academy. He just finished up 9-0 at Whitney Young H.S. and improved their program for his replacement.

Catholic Charities Violence Prevention Services

Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Youth violence is a serious problem that can have lasting harmful effects on victims and their family, friends and neighborhoods. Catholic Charities Violence Prevention Programs have intervention services that address mental and emotional health, domestic violence, substance abuse, gang activity, employment and homelessness. In the past two years, Catholic Charities has expanded services in the Austin community with the welcoming of the Peace Corner Youth Center and the opening of the Augustus Tolton Peace Center. Last year, 130 youth found a safe haven at the Peace Corner. Joining Monsignor Boland to talk about anti-violence programs and services is Catholic Charities Vice President of Community Development Gina Cleggs and Peace Corner Director Enrique Alonso.

CATHOLIC CHICAGO WEEK IN REVIEW, APRIL 20, 2019

Saturday, April 20, 2019
Catholic Conference of Illinois Executive Director Bob Gilligan has a conversation with Kathleen Gallagher of the New York State Catholic Conference about fall-out from that state's passage of extreme abortion legislation. Next, Bob talks with Robert McCoppin, a Chicago Tribune reporter who covered efforts to legalize marijuana. Deacon John Cook visits with Albert Anderson, musician and an active member of the Knights of Columbus. Catholic Charities President Msgr. Michael Boland and his guests discuss the great ways parishes partner with Catholic Charities. Fr. Britto Berchmans and Sandi Labouvie help listeners build their marriages on the Rock that is Christ. And Megan Mio, Mission Education and Appeals Coordinator, visits with Jorge Rivera about developing a culture of mission.

Domingo de Pascua

viernes, abril 19, 2019
Lectura y reflexión del Evangelio según San Juan 20, 1-9 del domingo, 21 de abril de 2019. Viernes, 19 de abril de 2019.

GOD THE AUTHOR OF LIFE

Thursday, April 18, 2019
In today's episode, we begin to unpack our interview with Bob and Mary Ploen, specifically focussing on their respect for life demonstrated through their challenging pregnancy with triplets. Our discussion reflects upon the unwavering teachings of the Catholic church on life issues. Keeping in mind our eternal perspective, we provide some suggestions for what we can do as people who are pro-life.

Building Connections in Mission

Thursday, April 18, 2019
Megan sits down with Mr. Jorge Rivera, new Mission Educator and Promoter with the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers. Jorge has extensive experience of ministry with Hispanic/Latino communities, and especially with young adults. They discuss how Jorge's ministry experience has led him to his current work with Maryknoll. Jorge describes how he has built connections in his ministries and in mission.

Holy Week: Faith is Remembering

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
This month co-hosts Beth White and Jenn Delvaux, from the Office for Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship, examine the ways in which Holy Week is evangelizing for Catholics. For the first half hour of the program, Sandra Mota and David Ramirez, coordinators for Via Crucis Viviente De Sur Chicago (South Chicago Way of the Cross), discuss how this annual Good Friday tradition gives witness to the larger neighborhood of who Jesus is to Christians. Consisting of a live re-enactment of the path Jesus took towards his crucifixion through the streets surrounding the parishes, more than 1,000 people are drawn into the experience. Todd Williamson, Director of the Office for Divine Worship at the Archdiocese of Chicago, also joins us for the last half hour to explain the Triduum, the shortest liturgical season that marks the end of Lent and precedes the Easter season. For more information about South Chicago Way of the Cross visit St. Michael the Archangel- South Shore website here: http://www.saintmichaelchicago.org/en-us/home.aspx

ALBERT ANDERSON

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
Albert Anderson is a band director, musician, and Sir Knight of Knights of Columbus. He is an accomplished musican who has played around the globe. He is married for 45 yrs and attributes that to his freedom to be who he is as a musician. Albert is currently finishing up a new CD release and developing a podcast on YouTube called "The Seed Group."

How Parish Partnerships Support Catholic Charities Mission

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
We all work together to fulfill the Church’s mission to love and serve those whom Jesus entrusts to our care. Parishes are often the catalyst for bringing new Catholic Charities programs into their communities, articulating neighborhood needs and helping us establish new services. Catholic Charities has seven regional offices in Cook and Lake counties that provide volunteer opportunities for parish groups, help parish congregations learn about our services and needs, and work with us to establish and operate community-based food pantries. Mike Waters, Northwest Regional Director and Sue Geegan, Parish Ambassador for the Northwest Region join Monsignor Boland to share more about the great ways parishes partner and get involved with Catholic Charities.

Public Policy Issues Important to Catholics

Monday, April 15, 2019
Host: Bob Gilligan. Segment I: Kathleen Gallagher, director of pro-life activities for the New York State Catholic Conference, joins Bob to talk about the fall-out from that state's passage of extreme abortion legislation in January. Segment II: Jenn Briemann, executive director of the Maryland Catholic Conference, talks to Bob about how physician-assisted suicide legislation suddenlyl took off this spring. Segment III: Robert McCoppin, a reporter for the Chicago Tribune who coverd marijuana and it's legalization efforts, joins Bob to talk about how things are going in Illinoiis. Segment IV: Michael O'Rourke, policy advisor with the U.S. Conference of Cathollic Bishops, talks to Bob about federal criminal justice reforms embodied in the First Step Act.

CATHOLIC CHICAGO WEEK IN REVIEW, APRIL 13, 2019

Saturday, April 13, 2019
Catholic Schools Superintendent Dr. Jim Rigg and his guests tell us about the Week of the Young Child. Deacon John Cook interviews Naomi Palacios, Outreach Coordinator for Augustus Tolton Catholic Academy. Catholic Charities President Msgr. Michael Boland and his guests stress the importance of volunteers in providing critical services to people in Cook and Lake counties. Holy Name Cathedral Rector Fr. Greg Sakowicz discusses the importance of Child Abuse Prevention Month with Myra Flores, the Safe Environment coordinator for the Archdiocese, and Michael Hoffman, Chairman of the Hope and Healing Committee. And Fr. Greg talks with Cliff Barber, Chief Strategy Officer for the Renew My Church initiative.

Domingo de Ramos

viernes, abril 12, 2019
Lectura y reflexión del Evangelio según San Lucas 23, 1-49 del domingo, 14 de abril de 2019. Viernes, 12 de abril de 2019.

Child Abuse Prevention Month/Renew My Church

Thursday, April 11, 2019
Host: Fr. Greg Sakowicz. Segment I: Child Abuse Prevention Month and the upcoming Pinwheel Prayer Service. Guests: Myra Flores; Michael Hoffman. Segment II: Renew My Church update. Guest: Cliff Barber.

Creating Adult Formation Strategies

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
We take a deep dive and begin to learn more about the pieces about Adult Faith Formation that will shape how the Office of Lifelong Formation adult formation strategies will be created in the time of Renew My Church. We discuss some key Church documents that will guide our journey through this process of renewal. Our guest for the show is Adrian Badillo, who is the Senior Coordinator of Adult Faith Formation.

Catholic Charities and Impact of Volunteer Service

Tuesday, April 9, 2019
At Catholic Charities, we exercise the value of compassion in action by striving to always walk alongside others by empowering, assisting and supporting rather than directing those who come to us in need. In the Gospel of Peter, we learn that God has given each of us a gift, and as good stewards, we are to use our gifts to serve one another. With the help of 15,000 volunteers, Catholic Charities is able to strengthen and support individuals, families and communities through more than 150 programs serving those most in need in Cook and Lake Counties every year. Joining Monsignor Boland to talk about the benefits and impact of volunteer service is Catholic Charities Associate Director of Board Relations Marie Jochum and Catholic Charities Junior Board Manager Noreen Russo.

NAOMI PALACIOS

Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Naomi Palacios, outreach coordinator for Augustus Tolton Catholic Academy, was our guest this morning. She has a rich Catholic heritage and father who is famous in Guatemala having played in the Olympics and International basketball for the Guatemala national team. Naomi is a talented violinist and dancer and feels her calling to listen and be kind to people is one of the skills she learned from her family. She is also interested in helping and supporting black businesses to succeed.

Catholic Schools Today, April 8, 2019

Monday, April 8, 2019
Host: Dr. Jim Rigg. Segment I: The Week of the Young Child. Guests: Norah Rose; Christy Sulaiman; Julie Ramski. Segment II: President of Our Lady Our Lady of Tepeyac is an NCEA Award Recipient. Gust: Joni Thompson.

CATHOLIC CHICAGO WEEK IN REVIEW, APRIL 6, 2019

Saturday, April 6, 2019
Catholic Chicago host Graziano Marcheschi interviews the Rector of the Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii, Fr. Richard Fragomeni. Deacon John Cook talks with Reverend Gerald Jordan about several things, including five black candidates for Sainthood. Catholic Charities President Msgr. Michael Boland and his guests discuss how Catholic Charities and Chicago police work together to help residents in the Austin community. Sister Lovina Francis Pammit visits with Br. Michael Segvich, Coordinator of Retirement for Religious. And Deacons Richard Hudzik and Dave Brencic introduce us to Shawn Tiemeier, wife of Chicago Deacon David Tiemeier, about the Women at the Well Prison Ministry.

Quinto domingo de Cuaresma

viernes, abril 5, 2019
Entrevista con Maria del Carmen Arroyo de la oficina del Culto Divino sobre el proceso de RICA. Lectura y reflexión del Evangelio según San Juan 15, 1-11 del domingo, 7 de abril de 2019. Viernes, 5 de abril de 2019.

Religious Brothers

Thursday, April 4, 2019
Sr. Lovina interviews Br. Michael Segvich, CFC, an Edmund Rice Christian Brother who talks about the people who inspired him to think about being a brother and what it means to be a Brother today and throughout his 50 years of living out his vocation. Br. Mike currently serves as the Coordinator of Retirement Fund for Religious under the Office for Religious in the Archdiocese of Chicago. He is also a CAVA member. For more information on Brothers and Religious Brothers Day on May 1st, visit www.vocationscava.org

Ministering to Women in Prison

Thursday, April 4, 2019
Shawn Tiemeier, wife of Chicago Deacon David Tiemeier, shares with Deacons Richard Hudzik and Dave Brencic her experiences with Women at the Well Prison Ministry. The ecumenical group travels downstate to Logan Correctional Center and conducts retreats and monthly Bible studies with women incarcerated in the maximum-security prison. Shawn says the group brings “life-giving water – God’s message of unconditional love and forgiveness.”

Life Advocacy Day/Care for Creation

Wednesday, April 3, 2019
On today’s program, Dawn Fitzpatrick spoke with Catholic Conference of Illinois Executive Director Bob Gilligan about the annual Life Advocacy Day in Springfield and a series of harmful abortion bills that are being debated in the General Assembly. Later, Ryan Lents spoke with Andy Panelli of St. Elizabeth Seton Parish in Orland Hills about that community’s care for creation efforts, as well as the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act.

Catholic Charities Community Partnership with Chicago Police in the Austin Neighborhood

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
As Catholic Charities continues to expand its presence in the Austin community, we look to our neighbors and partners to build peaceful communities and provide help to those most in need. For decades, Chicago Police have been an integral part of providing assistance to Catholic Charities and building a strong community police partnership. Catholic Charities Regional Director of Community Relations Christie Richardson and Chicago Police Sergeant for Austin’s 15th District Jermaine Harris join Monsignor Boland to share more about Catholic Charities and Chicago police working together to offer more resources in the community.

REVEREND GERALD JORDAN

Tuesday, April 2, 2019
On today's program the Reverend Gerald Jordan shared with us his ministry of promoting the 5 black candidates for Sainthood, and he shared their individual battles and triumphs. He also shared his feelings regarding the church's silence on the significant contribution each candidate gifted to the church. Finally he expressed his only goal or desire was to seek the kingdom of God and His heavenly glory.

Lenten Events

Monday, April 1, 2019
Host: Graziano Marcheschi. Segment I: The Annual Lenten Day of Reflection and Reconciliation at the Shrine of Our Lady of Pompeii. Guest: Fr. Richard Fragomeni. Segment II: A special Lenten concert will take place on Friday, April 5 at 7 p.m. in the St. Joseph Chapel at the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Des Plaines. Guest: Very Rev. Esequiel Sanchez.

CATHOLIC CHICAGO WEEK IN REVIEW, MARCH 30, 2019

Saturday, March 30, 2019
Holy Name Cathedral Rector Fr. Greg Sakowicz talks with City Lights Orchestra Director Rich Daniels about his role as President of the Advisory Board of the Immigration Ministry. Fr. Greg also visits with the Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Chicago, Deacon Dan Welter. Catholic Charities President Msgr. Michael Boland and his guests discuss legal assistance for low-income individuals. Fr. Greg Sakowicz and Wayne Magdziarz, CFO of Loyola University Chicago, visit with Fr. William Grogan, the Cardinal’s Vicar for Health Care, and a panel of experts on health care for the 65-and-over crowd.

Cuarto domingo de Cuaresma

viernes, marzo 29, 2019
Lectura y reflexión del Evangelio según San Lucas 15, 1-3, 11-32 del domingo, 31 de marzo de 2019. Viernes, 29 de marzo de 2019.

Ministry and Care for the Post 65 "Silver Tsunami" Generation

Thursday, March 28, 2019
Hosts: Fr. Greg Sakowicz and Wayne Magdziarz. Ministry and Care for the Post 65 "Silver Tsunami" Generation. Guests: Fr. William Grogan; Sr. Carolyn Martin; Lucinda Gryzenia; Nancy Flowers; Dr. Jon Maks; Dr. Therese Lysaught; Bill Kappas.

THE LENTEN RITES OF THE RCIA

Wednesday, March 27, 2019
In this broadcast of Focus on the Liturgy co-hosts Timothy Johnston, from Liturgy Training Publications, and Todd Williamson, from the Office of Divine Worship, discuss the rites and rituals of the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults that are a part of our Lenten journey. Those who are in their final weeks of preparation, before being baptized into the death and resurrection of Christ or before being received into the fullness of the Catholic Church, need our prayers and support. The rites which we celebrate during Lent help them as they move toward Initiation. Timothy and Todd explore the Rite of Election, which takes place at the Cathedral, and the Scrutiny Rites, which are celebrated at parishes all over the Archdiocese.

CAROL REED

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Carol Reed is the owner and C.E.O. of Special Friend Careers, which is a Medical Field training program specializing in Phlebotomy and X-ray technicians. She feels God preserved her life beyond stage 4 cancer to provide jobs for people, and that companies are always looking for these valuable services.

Catholic Charities and Legal Assistance Program

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Throughout Chicago, we see many people in need of help – one of the needs that often gets overlooked in our communities is legal assistance for low-income individuals in need. For nearly 14 years, Catholic Charities Legal Assistance program – known as CCLA – offers a wide range of legal services to low income individuals who otherwise could not afford an attorney. Joining Monsignor Boland to share more about CCLA’s holistic approach and unique ability to connect clients to a full array of social services within Catholic Charities is Director of Catholic Charities Legal Assistance department, Hilda Bahena and a member of Catholic Charities Legal Assistance Advisory Committee, John Grothaus.

Keep Hope Alive Benefit/Liturgical Music in Our Prayer Lives

Monday, March 25, 2019
Host: Fr. Greg Sakowicz. Segment I: Rich Daniels joins Fr. Greg in his role as Chairman of the Board of the Office for Human Dignity and Solidarity's Immigration Minisstry. Segment II: Deacon Dan Welter, Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Chicago, talks about an upcoming event at St. Barnabas Parish billed as an afternoon of stories, prayer and reflection woven around the beloved songs of Dan Schutte and the group known as the "St. Louis Jesuits."

CATHOLIC CHICAGO WEEK IN REVIEW, MARCH 23, 2019

Saturday, March 23, 2019
Catholic Conference of Illinois Executive Director Bob Gilligan talks with an expert on abortion law, Attorney Paul Linton, about pending abortion legislation in Illinois. Deacon John Cook visits with Jordan Little about his background, his faith, and a very beneficial app that he created. Fr. Britto Berchmans and Sandi Labouvie invite Mary and Bob Ploen into the radio studio to talk about how faith helped them raise triplets.

Tercer domingo de Cuaresma

viernes, marzo 22, 2019
Lectura y reflexión del Evangelio según San Lucas 13, 1-9 del domingo, 24 de marzo de 2019. Viernes, 22 de marzo de 2019.

THE VISIBLE HAND OF GOD

Thursday, March 21, 2019
This show ushered in the return of our original cohost, Sandra Labouvie, who brings a unique female perspective to our discussions. Returning to our original format of drawing upon real-life experiences of couples, we interviewed Bob and Mary Ploen who have been married for twenty-six years. Their unique marital journey faced unexpected challenges early on when they became pregnant with triplets. They are convinced that it was the visible hand of God that got them through.
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