Mercy Unbound

Episode 133 with Dr. Paul Chaloux
In this interview, Dr. Paul Chaloux, a Catholic theologian, delves into the natural and spiritual aspects of facing death and dying in his latest book, "Dying Without Fear: Your Guide to Finding Mercy, Peace, and Joy in Dark Times."

Episode 132 with Marlene Watkins
Marlene Watkins, a dedicated Catholic woman, stands as the visionary behind the Our Lady of Lourdes North American Volunteers Program. Her book titled "20 Everyday Miracles of Lourdes" holds deep resonance within the hearts of the faithful.

Episode 131 with Cardinal Anthony Poola
Cardinal Anthony Poola emerged as a beacon of hope within the Catholic faith when he became one of the two Indians chosen by Pope Francis for installation in 2022. Prior to this appointment, he had dutifully served as the Archbishop of Hyderabad.

Episode 130 with Fr. Fred Jenga
Father Fred Jenga, a member of the Holy Cross Order and President of Holy Cross Family Ministries, grew up in Uganda and has ambitious plans for the ministries he leads. In our conversation, we will delve into those plans and explore the profound impact of prayer.

Episode 129 with Dr. Tom McGovern
A native of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, he runs a dermatology practice in Fort Wayne, Indiana. And he has endured prolonged bouts of severe anxiety, which had a profound impact on every aspect of his life, including his medical practice.

Episode 128 with Kathleen Beckman
Kathleen Beckman is a wife, mother, author, and speaker. Today, we explore her book "Blessed Holiness - A Spiritual Journey with Blessed Conchita to the Heart of Jesus."

Episode 127 with Kevin Wells
Kevin Wells, a former sportswriter in Major League Baseball, has authored a remarkable and timely book called "Priests We Need to Save the Church." In his book, Kevin delves into a significant personal struggle, as well as the advice given by his uncle, Msgr. Thomas Wells, during that difficult time. The book further evolves in response to the Church crisis, as Kevin attempts to address the question, "What kind of priests do we need to save the Church?"

Episode 126 with Shawna Arnold
Shawna Arnold endured a challenging upbringing in a dysfunctional household. Her poignant memoir, "A New Heart - My Story of Abortion, Addiction, and Conversion," eloquently narrates her journey from being lost to being found. Within its pages, Shawna candidly explores the tumultuous dynamics of her addict mother, her distant workaholic father, and the dearth of affection she received from them. The stabilizing force in her life came from her devoted grandmother, with whom she spent significant amounts of time.

Episode 125 with Bobby Schindler
Bobby Schindler, the brother of Terri Schiavo, became known to the world during the early 2000s, when his sister's case brought global attention to St. Petersburg, Florida.

Episode 124 with Dr. Tom Nelson
Meet Dr. Tom Nelson - a physician with a unique approach to healing. After graduating from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1987, Dr. Tom completed his residency at LaGrange Memorial Hospital. But it wasn't until a transformative retreat at the John Paul II Healing Center in Tallahassee that he truly discovered his calling.


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