Real conversations with those living their Christian vocations in positions of influence: from bishops to business executives, activists to artists, scientists to songwriters, monks to marketers. With an intentional focus of featuring voices from diverse communities and cultures.
Join Deacon Charlie Echeverry every Thursday on Living the CALL!
A production of the Catholic Association for Latino Leadership.
Chris McMahon | Faith & Finances
Chris McMahon is president and CEO of two wealth management firms in Pittsburgh, PA. He has 30 years experience in financial planning services. Chris is devoted to handling money God's way and strives to help teach his clients those same ways as well as be good stewards in today's world.
Catholics at the Shore conference: catholicsattheshore.com
Sisters of Life: sistersoflife.org
Sisters of Mary at Chalco: worldvillages.org/mexico/chalco-girlstown-mexico
Katie McCarthy | Protect Our Kids
Katie McCarthy is the Director of Marketing for “Protect Our Kids,” a coalition united in the belief that today’s public school’s threaten our children’s welfare through promotion of comprehensive sexuality education, critical race theory, social and emotional learning and gender theory. Katie is devoted to raising awareness about the dangers in public education while helping parents and the church find alternative solutions.
Website and toolkits for parents and teachers as well as videos and brochures: protectourkidsnow.org
Say What?! podcast: protectourkidsnow.org/say-what-podcast
Jeffrey Bruno | Nothing to cling to, but God
Jeffrey Bruno is an award winning photographer, writer and creative director who focuses on issues and stories related to the Catholic Church in the spirit of evangelization through imagery and digital communication.
Website: www.jeffreybruno.com (instagram, substack, aleteia, mudrack, twitter, linked in - all linked here!)
Fr. Mike Schmitz homily from St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York before Eucharistic Procession: youtube.com/watch?v=BbaZOch57_Y&t=1678s
Adam Anders | A Journey To Bethlehem
Adam Anders is a musicmaker and film producer who has sold more than 100 million albums. His work has earned him two Golden Globe Awards, four Grammy Award nominations and two People’s Choice Awards. He was the Executive Music Producer for Glee, and his new movie, Journey to Bethlehem, will be in theaters beginning November 10.
::OPENS THIS FRIDAY::
New Movie: journeytobethlehemmovie.com
Andreas Widmer | You, Incorporated
Andreas Widmer is an entrepreneur, professor, consultant, business coach, speaker, and author, with 30 years experience in international business strategy, economic development, and entrepreneurship.
The Catholic University of America: https://business.catholic.edu/faculty-and-research/faculty-profiles/widmer-andreas/index.html
The Gospel of Work 8 video series: www.cioccacenter.com
Eric Patterson & Ray Bradley | Heroes & Villains
Eric Patterson, Ph.D. is President of the Religious Freedom Institute and past dean of the Robertson School of Government at Regent University and a Research Fellow at Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs. Patterson’s interest in the intersection of religion, ethics, and foreign policy is informed by two stints at the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Political-Military Affairs. He has significant government service, including over twenty years as an officer and commander in the Air National Guard and serving as a White House Fellow.
Ray Bradley is Associate Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at the Religious Freedom Institute. Launching his career at DARPA, he subsequently served as a policy and communications strategist in the energy sector, a 501c3 development director, strategic advisor to Joe Richie of Fox River Partners and founded a film + media venture aimed at renewing culture through storytelling grounded in the Western canon. Ray has designed and directed enterprise-level creative strategies and growth solutions for clients across multiple verticals and now brings his years of interdisciplinary experience to creating alliances and driving investment in the defense and expansion of rights for people of all religions in the United States, Europe and across the world. His areas of inquiry lie at the intersection of theology, narrative anthropology and the sociocultural implications of religious practice on individual and collective flourishing.
Book: A Basic Guide to the Just War Tradition, Christian Foundations and Practices