Fr. Jack Ryan, twenty year US Army Major and Chaplain, pastor Emeritus of St.Dismas Catholic Church, Waukegan, IL and Associate Pastor of Prince of Peace, Lake Villa speaks out on the importance of the Holy Name of Jesus and the power of the Holy Spirit. Fr. Ryan recently celebrated his 80th birthday,
WSFI 88.5FM presents Healing the Whole Person with Fr.Michael Sparough S.J.” Healing of the Clergy Sex Abuse Scandal”
Moderator Joan McHugh and today's studio audience, Cathy and John Hunt, discuss recent developments related to the Clergy Sex Abuse Scandal, while providing analysis from both a Catholic and "popular' perspective.
WSFI 88.5FM Healing the Whole Person: Fr. Michael Sparough, S.J. speaks about the history and significance of today’s feast: The Triumph of the Cross.
Host Joan McHugh interviews Fr. Michael Sparough S.J. of the Bellarmine Jesuit Retreat House in Barrington, IL about today's feast day: The Exultation of the Cross. Don't miss this episode in which Fr. Sparough S.J. discusses both the history of the finding of the relic of the True Cross, but the importance and healing aspects venerating relics.
Healing the Whole Person with Fr. Bob Sears SJ: The Incarnation - God is With Us Aired on January 15, 2017
Fr. Sears explores "The Emmanuel Approach" - A three step process which allows Jesus to heal us.
Recorded on Thursday, December 15, 2016
Healing the Whole Person Episode 55 with Fr. Michael Sparough, S.J discusses healing and the Caregiver
Fr. Michael Sparough, S. J. of the Bellarmine Retreat Center discusses the Healing journey of the sick and their caregivers
Fr. Michael Sparough S.J. of the Bellarmine Retreat Center explores the the Healing Power of Stories
WSFI 88.5 FM Catholic Radio, presents the Homily of the Most Reverend Thomas J. Paprocki, Bishop of Springfield IL from the Vigil Mass on the Solemnity of Pentecost at the Church of St. Mary in Lake Forest, IL on May 14th 2016. This Mass was celebrated in conjunction with the 2016 Sports Faith Hall of Fame Induction Ceremonies. The Gospel is proclaimed by Fr. Michael McGovern, Pastor of the Church of St. Mary.