November 25, 2017
Deacon Greg Webster, St. Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church hosts this episode with panelists, Vicar Michael Hudzik, and Deacons Mike Alandy and Dave Egan.
November 9, 2017
Host, Mr. Brian Stith, Director of Admissions of Carmel Catholic High School, is joined by panelists Mrs. Debbie Eppel, Associate Director of Admissions and student John Ivan in a round-table discussion on Carmel Catholic High School's upcoming open house on November 5th, 2017.
The event is a don't-miss opportunity for prospective students to experience first hand how they can benefit from a Carmel Catholic Education. Alumni, parents, grandparents and members of the local community are encouraged to attend.
For more information contact Carmel Catholic High School at847.566.3000, or visit carmelhs.org.
November 4, 2017
Tune in to hear first-hand the vocation stories of four local Deacons, and the role they play in our spiritual life. Deacon Greg Webster hosts the Archdiocese of Chicago's Vicar for Deacons, Richard Hudzik, along with Deacons Mike Alandy of St. Mary of the Annunciation in Mundelein, IL and Deacon Dave Egan, the Village of Victory Lakes, Lindenhurst, IL.: The first in a series to be aired on the Fourth week of each month: Saturday at 10:00 AM, Monday at 10 PM.
March 22, 2017
Personal Pic of WSFI 88.5FM Staff: Don't miss this month's episode of Pastor's Roundtable. Fr. Michael McGovern, Pastor of St. Raphael the Archangel Catholic Church in Old Mill Creek, IL and WSFI 88.5 FM's Spiritual Advisor, hosts a roundtable discussion with two St. Mary of the Lake seminarians, Deacon Clay Kimbro, of the Diocese of Witchita Kansas, and Ryan Adorjan of the Diocese of Joliet Il, along with the newly appointed Archdiocese of Chicago's Vocation Director, Fr. Tim Monahan.
Hear their personal religious vocation stories, and learn tips on how to encourage and support religious vocations in today's culture.
Deacon Clay Kimbro is from the Diocese of Witchita Kansas, which currently has ten transitional deacons, and ten seminarians on deck...what's their secret? You'll have to hear the show to find out.
May 2, 2016
On this episode of Pro-Life Today, Joe Scheidler talks with a panel of guests and Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe, Chaplain of EWTN about the pro-life movement and the history of EWTN.
April 18, 2016
WSFI 88.5 FM Catholic Radio, Mundelein Seminary and the Helen Brach Foundation present the Life and Legacy of Francis Cardinal George O.M.I. The program is moderated by WSFI Spiritual Advisor Rev. John A. Jamnicky and includes a panel discussing the impact Cardinal George had on the local, regional, national and worldwide Church.
Most Rev. Jerome E. Listecki, Archbishop of Milwaukee
Most Rev. Raymond E. Goedert, Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus, Archdiocese of Chicago
Most Rev. David J. Malloy, Bishop of Rockford
Msgr. John Canary, Former Vicar General to Cardinal George
Rev. Daniel A. Flens, Former Priest-Secretary to Cardinal George
Mrs. Mary Hallan FioRito, Former Executive Assistant to Cardinal George
Mr. Patrick McCaskey, Chairman, Sports Faith International and WSFI
Mr. William McEssy, Chairman, Mundelein Seminary & Event Committee
December 28, 2015
Joe Scheidler, host of Pro-Life Today talks with a panel of guest
including Sarah VanDerLip, Executive Director of Informed Choices. For
more information about Informed Choices visit informedchoices.org
December 21, 2015
Joe Scheidler, host of Pro-Life Today talks with a panel of guest including Sarah VanDerLip, Executive Director of Informed Choices. For more information about Informed Choices visit informedchoices.org
November 16, 2015
Joe Scheidler, hosts a special round-table episode of Pro-Life Today discussing the closing of the Albany Clinic, an Abortion facility in Chicago.
July 17, 2015
On this WSFI Life Alert, Lynn Mills of Pro Life Detroit and Joe Scheidler of the Pro Life Action League talk with Bill Snyder about recent video released by the Human Capital Project, exposing the sale of body parts of aborted pre-born babies by Planned Parenthood.
July 14, 2015
On this Episode of WSFI Spotlight, Bill Snyder talks with a group of Faculty, Parents, Students and Staff at East Lake Academy about the Catholic School and the spiritual, academic, cultural and social development it offers to its students and families.