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Sts Peter & Paul Parish in Ottawa is hosting a Day of Renewal featuring Dr Scott Hahn! All are invited to attend the event at Sts Peter & Paul Catholic Church in Ottawa on Saturday, July 18 for a Day of Renewal featuring 3 talks from Dr. Scott Hahn, noted Theologian, Author, Teacher, Husband and Father!
Church doors open at 7:00am and the day will begin with Holy Mass at 8:00am, followed by 3 separate presentations by Dr. Scott Hahn. The day is expected to wrap up by 12:30pm.
Tickets are $12 each when purchased online at the form below, or $10 when purchased at the Church Rectory (hours are 8am-4:30pm Mon-Fri).
All tickets are general admission. Seating is limited!
It’s now official: you set a new record for giving during our 2015 Radiothon pledge drive! The pledge started off well as a new record was set for giving on Day 1. After the fast start, Day 2 didn’t live up to past expectations and we fell behind the pace needed to exceed last year’s giving total. Determined as ever and not a bit concerned we forged ahead on Day 3, the final day. A steady pace of phone calls, online donations and studio visits by listeners who dropped off checks lifted our spirits as Day 3 progressed, and after the dust cleared from the normal last minute rush to take pledges, new records were set for giving on a single day and total giving!
The final tally for the 2015 Radiothon stands at $29,983. This is 12% more than last year and tantalizingly close to our $30,000 goal!
From all of us at Holy Family Radio – Thank you so much for your support!
One lucky donor during this week’s Radiothon pledge drive will win this charcoal portrait drawing of Pope Francis by local artist Jeanne Buetler. Anyone who makes a donation or pledge to Holy Family Radio during the Radiothon this week will be entered into a random drawing to take home this amazing print. Entry donations can be made by calling in during the live Radiothon event between 7am and 6pm starting on Wednesday, April 8 through Friday, April 10, or by online donation. Online donations can be made at this website by clicking the Donate Today button at the top of the right hand column. Callers can call in toll free at 1-888-287-0655 or locally at 419-386-2400.
Jeanne will be joining us live on Wednesday morning during the 9:00am hour to talk about her work. Donors who call in or make an online donation during her appearance will receive 2 entries in the random drawing!
The odds of winning will depend upon the number of donors during the Radiothon. The eventual winner will be contacted to make arrangements for delivery of the print when it is returned from the printer.
All are invited to St John the Baptist church in Glandorf, OH to hear inspirational speaker Robert Rogers. The event is scheduled for Monday, April 13, 2015 at 7:00pm.
In August 2003, Robert experienced a tragedy of Biblical proportions when his precious wife and all four children died in a flash flood in Kansas late one Saturday night. After 8 years as a father, nearly 12 years as a husband, and 13 years as an electrical engineer, Robert’s life completely changed on their way home from a wedding in Wichita when a six-foot wall of water inundated their van, sweeping them off the highway in the darkness and into the deluge.
Soon after, Robert resigned from his engineering career and answered the call to minister and share God’s amazing grace and faith that brought him through that horrific ordeal. Now he teaches others to KNOW GOD and Live a Life of No Regrets with his words and original music at the piano
Father Jim Szobonya C.Ss.R will be the final speaker in the Sunday series of Lenten talks at Ft Jennings St Joseph parish. Make plans now to hear Fr. Szobonya on Sunday, March 29 at 6:00pm.
Fr. Szobonya hails from Manville, New Jersey. In 1987 he graduated from Upsala College in East Orange, New Jersey with a Bachelors degree in Accounting. He worked 11 years as a public accountant with the last 6 years in his own practice.
Fr. Jim then entered the seminary in January 1999 and in May 2005 graduated from Washington Theological Union in Washington, DC with a Masters degree in Divinity. In September 2005, he took his permanent vows into the Redemptorist Order and was ordained a priest on May 6, 2006 at the Immaculate Conception Basilica in Washington, DC.
In July 2005 Fr. Jim received his first assignment at St. Martin of Tours in Bethpage, New York where he was the Director of Religious Education for over 1400 kids and 900 families. This is where he began to learn to use props for his teachings and homilies. Fr. Jim remained there until 2011 when he became the Pastor at St Gerard Church in Lima, OH.
The next talk in the Lenten series at St Joseph’s in Fort Jennings is on Sunday March 22 at 6:00pm by Nick Cardilino, who will be speaking about Social Justice. Nick has been a Campus Minister at the University of Dayton for 24 years. As Director of the Center for Social Concern, Nick and his colleagues provide students, faculty and staff with a wide variety of opportunities to do community service and social justice work and reflect on these experiences in the light of their faith. He also teaches a course on Catholic social teaching called “Faith and Justice” in Religious Studies every semester.
Nick and his wife Anne Marie are blessed with three great children. His passions for faith-inspired justice issues and for his family spill over into his avocation as a singer and songwriter too. He has released 4 CDs of original songs over the years, and has co-written the winning theme song for the 2007 and 2011 National Catholic Youth Conferences. Nick has given many presentations at parishes, schools, Theology of Tap events, diocesan youth gatherings, etc.
The next speaker in the Lenten Series of talks at 6:00pm this Sunday, March 15 at St Joseph’s in Ft Jennings, is Scott Warner, who will speak on “Transformational Suffering – A Lenten Reflection”
Gold Star father, Scott Warner, decided a couple of years ago to write a book commemorating his son, Heath. It was time. It was finally time to deal with the pain and sorrow in a way that will help others grappling with the death of a service member. Gold Star Father—Honoring a Hero, Remembering a Son not only honors his son who offered his life for our country—it also exposes the atrocities perpetrated by our government when his son’s remains were part of the Arlington National Cemetery debacle.
He figures it’s time for everyone to know exactly what happened. Scott has a tremendous testimony of God’s healing power as he shares of his loss, grief and eventual hope through his Catholic faith. He has shared at numerous men’s groups, military and community events over the last eight years. He has been featured on CNN, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Associated Press, Taps Magazine, Living With Loss Magazine, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, Akron Beacon Journal, The Canton Repository.
Scott Warner is married to wife, Melissa, and father to Chandler, Ashton, and proud parent of Fallen Hero, PVT Heath Warner. PVT Warner was killed by an IED on 22Nov2006 in the Al Anbar Province of Iraq.
Scott is a graduate of The Ohio State University with a BSBA in Business Management, a graduate from Regent University with a Master of Arts in Government, and a graduate from Ashland University with an MBA and currently a doctoral candidate specializing social entrepreneurship at Baker College in Flint, MI.
Mr. Warner is founder and President of the S. N. Warner Family Association, which has a mission to live deeply, care generously, and change lives one at a time. Scott is a professional speaker and author of Gold Star Father – Honoring a Hero and Remembering a Son in which he shares the story of his family’s loss and road back to recovery after their tragic loss. Mr. Warner is an advocate for surviving military families and veterans.
St. Joseph Catholic Church in Ft Jennings is continuing their series of Sunday evening Lenten speakers. This Sunday, March 8 Homero L. Ortiz from Temperance, MI will be speaking on SUFFERING INTO SACRIFICE.
Growing up he was a migrant farm worker child in a family of twelve; and became an undercover migrant farm worker to expose child labor, their pesticide plight, and school truancy and housing conditions to the states of Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and the Catholic Church. Homero performs as the world famous singer Tony Orlando and Dawn paying tribute to our military troops, police officers and their families. He also speaks at military funerals. Homero has been recognized by The United States Army, The Archdiocese of Detroit, The State of Michigan and has received the prestigious Alex Dow Award from The Detroit Edison Company. Mr Ortiz has been the guest speaker at countless men’s and women’s retreats, youth groups, federal correctional penitentiaries, and various protestant congregations. Homero is an active 4th degree Knight of Columbus at St. Antony in Temperance, Michigan.
All are welcome!