On this edition of "Catholics Matter," Fr. Rob Clements welcomes Michael Kingman, Arizona District Master of the Fourth Degree of the Knights of Columbus, and Larry Costanzo, Director of the Arizona Rosary Celebration. They discuss the history of the Knights of Columbus and how to get involved, and the inspiration and devotion behind the Arizona Rosary Celebration.
For more information, visit azrosary.com
Theresa Serrano-Keel visits Fr. Rob Clements on the set of Catholics Matter to promote the upcoming Eucharistic Congress taking Place Oct. 29-Nov. 2 at Ss. Simon and Jude Cathedral. They discuss what goes into a Eucharistic Congress, its purpose and highlight a few of the visiting speakers.
She also shares the importance of the Eucharist in her life and how she became involved with her ongoing work in the Church.
Serrano-Keel is heading up the Eucharistic Congress, which is sponsored by Friends of the Cathedral, an auxiliary organization devoted to promoting its identity and mission.
The Friends of the Cathedral’s primary source of funding is derived through its annual golf tournament, the Friends of the Cathedral Open, taking place this year on Sept. 28 at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort and Spa. To register by phone, call Phil Lester at (602) 242-1300 ext. 114.
For more information about the Friends of the Cathedral, visit friendsofthecathedral.org.
On this edition of "Catholics Matter," Fr. Rob Clements welcomes Sherry Boas, Catholic and author of "Wing Tip." They discuss the inspiration behind the novel and the main theme, which is the mercy of God, especially as it is manifest in the Sacrament of Confession.
For more information, visit lilytrilogy.com.
On this edition of "Catholics Matter," Fr. Rob Clements welcomes Kay Allen, former 1st Way Pregnancy Center director. Kay discusses her role at 1st Way, as well as her upcoming move to Belize where she will continue her work by assisting new missionaries and setting up pregnancy centers.
For more information about 1st Way Pregnancy Center, visit 1stway.net/.