20 episodes

A podcast in which we walk from one Camino to the next!

The Walk Fr. Roderick Vonhögen

    • Places & Travel

A podcast in which we walk from one Camino to the next!

    My father has dementia – This is what he teaches me

    My father has dementia – This is what he teaches me

    On the second day of Christmas, we all went to celebrate Christmas with my father, who is in a care center and has vascular dementia.



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    • 13 min
    What I’ve learned from successful media producers

    What I’ve learned from successful media producers

    In this episode of The Walk, Fr. Roderick shares what he has learned about community, audience growth and engagement during the last couple of weeks.



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    • 56 min
    What to focus on next year?

    What to focus on next year?

    In this episode I share some tentative plans for the next year based on some recent experiences. It's better to do one thing well than ten things poorly.



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    • 34 min
    The challenges of being a leader

    The challenges of being a leader

    In this episode, Fr. Roderick shares his learning process in becoming a better leader through firm decisions and clear communication.



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    • 41 min
    Giving myself permission to follow my own way

    Giving myself permission to follow my own way

    I share the process of constructing the narrative for a documentary I'm making. How do I keep viewers involved? What can I learn from the popularity of reaction videos when it comes to personal storytelling? And what to do with lingering feelings of self-doubt about my ability to produce good content in my own personal way?



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    • 28 min
    Something is cooking!

    Something is cooking!

    Sometimes its not enough to think big: you have to make room in your life to turn big ideas into big projects. In this episode, Fr. Roderick plots his future activities and gives an update about new plans for the growing community of supporters on Patreon.



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    • 51 min

Customer Reviews

CornhuskerJ ,

Great long form podcast

Take a contemplative walk with Fr. Roderick as he free forms on life, work, spiritually, the Catholic Church, travel, society, with a touch of his pop-culture geek interests. I enjoy listening to this while taking walks myself.

Roderick, I hope you continue with the longer, free from concept of this podcast. That’s the beauty of it, along with your thoughtful introspection.

OrioleRick19 ,

Engaging and Relatable

Fr Roderick has a very engaging and relatable approach to podcasting. He is very comfortable talking with his digital audience across a wide variety of current and modern topics. He is able to thread concepts of theology into his podcasts without beating the listener over the head with religious dogma. His concepts are modern day and relative to today’s complicated world.

PhotosByKID ,

Glad this is back

I love this podcast! Thank you for bringing back The Walk. I have missed walking with you.
This is a great meditation or walk with a friend to think through the stuff of life.

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