The Bishop’s Hour Interview on Immaculate Heart Radio

Tomorrow, Monday, November 25 at 11:00 am Phoenix Time (1:00 pm EST), my radio interview on the Doctors of the Church will air with Michael Dixon on The Bishop’s Hour.

With Michael Dixon, Host of The Bishop's Hour in the 1310 AM Immaculate Heart Radio Studio located in the Diocese of Phoenix Pastoral Center.

With Michael Dixon, Host of The Bishop’s Hour, in the 1310 AM Immaculate Heart Radio Studio located in the Diocese of Phoenix Pastoral Center.

If you are in the Phoenix Metropolitan area, you can listen to the interview on 1310 AM Immaculate Heart Radio. If you are unable to listen to the interview via the radio or you are outside of the Phoenix Metropolitan area, you can listen to The Bishop’s Hour via the Internet on TuneIn – KIHP 1310 AM.  The Encore Presentation will air on Thursday night, November 28 at 9:00 pm.

Once the radio interview airs, I will post the link to this blog post as well as to my Radio Interview page. UPDATE: The Bishop’s Hour from November 25, 2013.

Hope you can tune-in to the interview and share this blog post with your family and friends. Even though the Year of Faith ends today, as Catholics, our learning about Catholicism continues.

Patron of the Radio, Saint Gabriel…Pray For Us!

2 thoughts on “The Bishop’s Hour Interview on Immaculate Heart Radio

  1. Larry – Thank you for your comments. In your mind, what is “more relevant, more basic, not so over-the-top, less like nagging” adult faith formation/radio programming look like? Yesterday’s interview was basic information on the four Doctors of the Church. The Doctors are important for Catholics to know. They give us so much! My other interview’s have been basic as well. I try not keep my interviews to the basic notions of the faith so the average Catholic in the pew can understand it.

    You mention in your comment that “the Church seems to be dividing itself into two parts” – what is the second part? You only write about one part. If you grew up in the 70s’s and actually know your faith, that’s great, but in my experience that is not the case at all with many individuals. I have spoken to many people, some very recent, who were raised in the 70’s and 80’s who have said they did not learn anything about their faith.

    Not sure what you mean that many people don’t know about the local Phoenix Catholic station. Again, I know many good faithful people who are aware of the station and listen to it often.

    If you decide to respond to this comment, and I hope you do, please know that beginning tonight I am very busy. It might take a few days to respond to your comment.

    In Christ through Mary! Happy Thanksgiving!

  2. I did not delete it. I just have not approved it yet. I will approve it when I have time to reply to it, Larry. Your assumption with this is as poor as your assumptions in your comment I have not approved. Stop complaining, brother! (James 5:7-10 – Third Sunday of Advent 2013). I have full-time job at one of the parishes here in Phoenix. As much as getting back to you is important to me, my job must come first. I think you would understand that. You want my support? I will support you.

    By the way, I am not an “inspiring media type” as you assume. My goal is get people into Heaven. That’s it! How do we do that? Through Jesus Christ and His Catholic Church.

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