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Mission Matters Live

Third Thursday Monthly: 8:30 – 9 a.m.
WNDZ 750 AM
 

Megan Mio, Mission Education and Appeals Coordinator of the Mission Office, explores with her guests how to educate and inspire people to be “on mission” in whatever context they live and work on Mission Matters LIVE!

Advent and Christmas Music

Thursday, December 15, 2011
Sr. Madge Karecki and her special guest Anna Belle O’Shea, Director of Liturgies and Music for the Office of Divine Worship, share music of Advent and Christmas, particularly songs that have a clear message of mission.

Comboni Lay Missionary Program

Thursday, November 17, 2011
Join Sr. Madge Karecki and her guests, JoAnne Harbert, Assoc. Director of the Comboni Lay Missionary Program, and Emily and Rafael Harrington, two lay missionaries, as they discuss their formation path as guided by the Comboni Mission Center in LaGrange Park, IL. The Comboni Lay Missionary program is a Catholic community of lay men and women who live out our faith by walking with the poor of other lands, helping to build a more just and compassionate world.

World Mission Sunday

Thursday, October 20, 2011
Sr. Madge Karecki and special guest Monica Yehle, Director of Communications for the Pontifical Mission Societies in the United States, discuss the history and importance of World Mission Sunday, and initiatives of the national office that promote a deeper sense of Mission in the United States.

Maryknoll Centennial Celebration & Art Contest

Thursday, September 15, 2011
Join Sr. Madge Karecki and guests Greg Darr, Regional Director of the Maryknoll Fathers & Brothers and Maureen Colin, Associate Director of the Office For Mission Education & Animation as they discuss Maryknoll’s Centennial Celebration and special Catholic Schools Art Contest, culminating on October 23, 2011 at Holy Name Cathedral.

From Mission to Mission

Thursday, August 25, 2011
Topic: Assisting people in the preparation and processing of their cross-cultural, ministerial, and life transitions to continue their Christian call to mission.Guest: Julie Lupien - Executive Director of From Mission to MissionA native Chicagoan, Julie served overseas with the Volunteer Missionary Movement (VMM) in Zimbabwe and St. Kitts. Julie has been involved with From Mission to Mission since 1991. She has been the director since 2002. Originally known as F.R.O.M., or the Federation of Returned Overseas Missioners, the organization was started in 1980 by missioners who had served around the world and upon returning "home" found their re-entry the most difficult part of their experience. It became From Mission to Mission to reflect their belief that mission doesn’t end when you return to your home culture and in recognition that those who serve domestically struggle with re-entry as well. Visit their website www.missiontomission.org for more information.

Missio Dei

Thursday, July 21, 2011
Guest: Fr. Sergius Wroblewski - a Franciscan Friar of the Assumption Province. A native Chicagoan from Holy Trinity Parish on the near northside, currently living in Cedar Lake, IN. With a passion for the Word of God, Fr. Wroblewski has devoted his ministry to teaching and preaching the Bible. Additionally, he was a missionary in South Africa for over 20 years. Topic: Mission Today : Most people think of mission only as someone going to another country to help and teach others. But, today missiologists (those who devote themselves to the study and promotion of mission) speak about the missio Dei, God’s mission, and how to participate in it on a daily basis, in our own lives.
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