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RED-C Roundup's goal is to foster an even greater sense of unity among the parishes in our listening areas by providing information on all the amazing ways the Holy Spirit is working here. On the show, we highlight activities that are happening around the parishes each week as well as interview individuals involved in doing God’s work locally. In addition, we also discuss current events that impact all Catholics.

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RED-C Roundup's goal is to foster an even greater sense of unity among the parishes in our listening areas by providing information on all the amazing ways the Holy Spirit is working here. On the show, we highlight activities that are happening around the parishes each week as well as interview individuals involved in doing God’s work locally. In addition, we also discuss current events that impact all Catholics.

    171 Robin Waters: Becoming Catholic...& Becoming a Deacon

    171 Robin Waters: Becoming Catholic...& Becoming a Deacon

    On Wednesday, June 24, Judy Comeaux talked with Robin Waters, RED-C Catholic Radio’s station director for KYAR 98.3 FM in Waco,Texas. Robin talked about his journey to the Catholic Faith, his faith in God that has strengthened him through his life experiences, and his calling to the diaconate. He was raised in a loosely Baptist home and started to learn about the Catholic Faith through his then girlfriend, and now wife, Carolyn. Although he didn’t see many differences between Catholicism and Protestantism at first, once Robin and Carolyn were engaged, he decided to join the Church despite his questions and was received at the Easter Vigil of 1982. Robin spoke candidly about his oldest son's 10-year battle with leukemia and eventual death. He now sees God was working in his family’s life the whole time. God willing, Robin will be ordained to the diaconate in 2022! Listen to the episode to hear Robin’s beautiful faith story and be inspired by his strong trust and hope in Our Lord!

    • 57 min
    170 Megan Silas: New Podcast!

    170 Megan Silas: New Podcast!

    On Wednesday, June 17, Pam Marvin and Megan Silas talked about their new podcast, Shoulder to Shoulder, a brand new show that talks about building healthy and holy relationships, and much more! In the first part of the show, Pam talked about the Feast of the Sacred Heart, which is coming up on June 19th! Pam shared her beautiful devotion to the Sacred Heart and the blessings it can bring. The Shoulder to Shoulder podcast was born out of the friendship and shared love for Christ of its hosts, Pam Marvin and Megan Silas. The conversations on Shoulder to Shoulder seek to dive deep into the ways we grow in holy friendship with the Lord and each other so that we can continue to build Christ’s Kingdom today. Listen to the episode to hear more about the new podcast from Megan and Pam!

    • 57 min
    169 Katie Smith: Youth Ministry

    169 Katie Smith: Youth Ministry

    On Wednesday, June 10, Gene Wilhelm talked with Katie Smith, graduate of Texas A&M and now Director of Youth and Young Adults at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Richardson, Texas. Katie and Gene talked about the beauty of youth ministry and the impact a great youth minister had on her life at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Parish in College Station. She shared her journey to becoming a youth minister and talked about her deep family history at St. Joseph in Richardson. Listen to this episode to learn about the significance of youth and young adult formation in your child’s life! And we ask that you kindly pray for good youth ministers and people to join those ranks in order to help our youth become strong men and women of God.

    • 57 min
    168 Fr. Sebastian Walshe: Secrets of Heaven

    168 Fr. Sebastian Walshe: Secrets of Heaven

    On Wednesday June 3rd, Fr. Sebastian Walshe, a Norbertine Priest from St. Michael’s Abbey in Orange, California, was on to talk about his new book, Secrets from Heaven: Hidden Treasures of Faith in the Parables and Conversations of Jesus. Fr. Sebastian was raised in a mixed-religion family, his father being a non-practicing Catholic, and his mother a Jew, until she had a conversion to the Lutheran Church. Fr. Sebastian mentioned the three main objections to the truth of scripture that he writes about in his book: 1) the scriptures contradict modern science, 2) the scriptures contradict themselves, and 3) the authors of scripture were biased, and he addressed the third objection in this interview, refuting it with multiple examples. Fr. Sebastian talked about how women (untrustworthy sources in those days), were the first ones to witness the resurrection, a detail that no one would use in an attempt to make up a false resurrection. He also talked about the parable of the prodigal son, and how when we sin we have the tendency to come back to God afraid, but Jesus didn’t die to purchase slaves, he died to purchase his children back, and a few other parables as well. Listen to the episode now to hear more details about these hidden treasures of Faith! And pick up Fr. Sebastian Walshe’s book here!

    • 57 min
    167 Marcel Lejeune: Evangelization & Being a Disciple

    167 Marcel Lejeune: Evangelization & Being a Disciple

    On Wednesday, May 27, Judy Comeaux spoke with Marcel Lejeune about evangelization. He is the President and Founder of Catholic Missionary Disciples, Catholic Evangelist, international speaker, and award-winning author of the Contagious Catholic: the Art of Practical Evangelization. Marcel and Judy talked about what it truly means to be a disciple, not just a believer, of Jesus Christ. Living your Faith intentionally as a disciple of Christ is far different from just going through the motions by attending Mass, and completing a checklist. What does being a disciple of Christ look like? How should your life look different from others?  Listen to this episode now to dive a little deeper into what it means to truly be an intentional disciple and evangelist for Our Lord Jesus Christ!   

    • 57 min
    166 Charlene Alexander: Reflection on Quarantine

    166 Charlene Alexander: Reflection on Quarantine

    On Wednesday May 20, Pam Marvin spoke with Charlene Alexander of the Regnum Christi consecrated women of the Houston/Tomball area. They reflected on this time we’ve had in quarantine and how it has affected us humanly as well as spiritually. They each talked about their personal experiences, things they have learned throughout this time, ways they have grown, and more! Listen to the episode now for a peaceful and fruitful conversation! Remember to go and love your neighbor! 

    • 57 min

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