WSFI 88.5FM Presents Healing the Whole Person with Fr. Robert Sears, SJ : Happy are those persecuted for Righteousness; theirs is the kingdom of Heaven

July 5, 2018

Don't miss this episode of Healing the Whole Person with Fr. Robert Sears, SJ - particularly relevant in today's culture as well as our everyday life.

For more information on Fr. Sears. visit www.familyhealingtree.com.

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WSFI 88.5FM presents the Deacons’ Round Table- The first in a multipart series focused on End of Life Issues - Special Guest Deacon Joe Casey St.Patrick’s in Wadsworth, IL

May 31, 2018

Deacon Joe Casey os St. Patrick's in Wadsworth, IL joins our panelists in their discussion of end of life challenges. 

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WSFI 88FFM presents Deacons’ Round Table: Deacon Dave Egan hosts this episode focused on the Deaconate and Wives Formation.

March 26, 2018

Kasia Kasiarz, Associate Director of the Institute of Diaconal Studies at the University of St. Mary of the Lake  and Deacons' wife,  Melissa Hajdu,  discuss the Deaconate and their wives formation.  Panelists are Deacon Richard Hudzik, DMin, Vicar of Deacons, Archdiocese of Chicago, Deacon Mike Alandy, St. Mary of the Annunciation, Deacon Greg Webster, St. Raphael the Archangel, and host, Deacon Dave Egan of The Village at Victory Lakes.

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WSFI 88.5FM Presents Mike Fitzgibbons inaugural episode” THE STORY FITZ”. Today’s guest is Zach Ryan, head basketball coach at Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein, IL

November 22, 2017

Spprts Faith Hall of Fame Inductee, Mike Fitzgibbons who is the former head football coach and longtime teacher and campus minister at Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein, IL will interview a sports figure in each episode of  his new series THE STORY FITZ, and  talk about issues of the day using the ongoing theme of positiive stories.   This episode's guest is Zach Ryan, Head Basketablll Coach at Carmel who shares his basketball team's community service projects, and Fitz tells some heartwarming Thanksgiving stories you won't want to miss. 

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WSFI 88.5FM presents PRO-LIFE TODAY with hosts Joe and Ann Scheidler of the Pro-life Action League who interview Kyle Clement of WSFI Healiing the Whole Person and Pope Leo XIII Institute

November 16, 2017

Don't miss this special episode of PRO-LIFE TODAY as Joe and Ann Scheider discuss the reality of Satan and evil in our world, and his roots in the ongoing battle of good vs. evil.

Special Guest is WSFI 88.5FM on air personality Kyle Clement, a fifteen year trainer of priests in the rite of exorcism.  The first in a series. 

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WSFI Spotlight focuses on the impact and attributes of excellence in Catholic Education in an in-depth interview with leaders of Carmel Catholic High School, whose emphasis is “Values for Life”.

November 9, 2017

Host,  Ms. Christina Puleo, Director of Marketing and Communications, and Interim Director of Advancement, at Carmel Catholic High School in Mundelein, IL. is joined by Carmel President, Dr. Brad Bonham and Mrs. Kambra French, its Director of Mission Effectiveness.

Dr. Bonham speaks to the value of Catholic education at the High School Level,  and Carmel's emphasis on incorporating Christ within, as well as outside, the classroom. Outstanding acadmics, is accompanied by the lifelong benefits of building a solid foundation and strong leadership skills  within the Catholic Faith.

Mrs. French discusses the mission of Catholic education within the wider mission of the Catholic Church and creating diciples for Christ and provide moving testimonials of Carmel students and alumni.

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WSFI Spotlight: Carmel Catholic High School’s Director of Admissions and guests discuss why you won’t want to miss the upcoming Carmel Open House on November 5th, 2017.

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.

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