For The Sake Of is a podcast about faith, life and what it all means. Join host Sister Kim King, a Religious of the Sacred Heart, as she engages in conversations, exploring personal stories about the integration of faith and life.
For The Sake Of: Encounter
Sister Kim King sits down with Father James Martin, SJ, an author, consultant, editor-at-large at America magazine and a friend to the Society of the Sacred Heart. On this episode, Jim discusses his body of work, including his latest book, "Learning to Pray: A Guide for Everyone," the themes that hold his work together, what grounds him in his Jesuit ministry, and his insights and joys from an unprecedented last year.
For The Sake Of: Education to Mission
Sister Kim King sits down with Suzanne Cooke, a Religious of the Sacred Heart and long-time educator. Suzanne currently serves as head of the Conference of Sacred Heart Education. She shares about how the work of anti-racism is an expression of the Society of the Sacred Heart's mission and her insights about this ongoing work as it pertains to Sacred Heart education.
For The Sake Of: Awareness
Sister Kim King sits down with Lori Wilson, an Associate of the Sacred Heart and former Sacred Heart educator. Lori shares about her coming to know the Society, its mission and more recently how that mission has informed her perspective and commitment to the ongoing work of anti-racism.
For The Sake Of: Relationship
Sister Kim King sits down with Mary Charlene Rhodes, an alumna of Academy of the Sacred Heart in Grand Coteau, Louisiana, for a conversation about her connection to the Society of the Sacred Heart and the events in recent years that led her to uncover a deeper part of her own story.
For The Sake Of: Getting to know your host
Host Sister Kim King switches from interviewer to interviewee and shares her public speaking origin story.
For The Sake Of: Adaptation (Quarantine Special Part 2)
Recorded on May 14, 2020: Three guests in three cities with three different ministries, all connected to the mission of the Society of the Sacred Heart, meet with host Sister Kim King to talk about how COVID-19 has shaped, changed, and impacted their work.
This is such a wonderful and reflective podcast! Sister Kim King asks wonderful questions and does a great job of diving into each guest's story. The Sacred Heart family is so special!