Knightcast Episode 10!
|EPISODE 10 │ OCT. 27, 2022|
|College Knights Keep the Faith|
Knights of Columbus live out the Order’s mission not only in their families and parishes, but also in their communities, on college campuses, and even in sports stadiums and movie theaters. In this latest episode of KnightCast, host Jonathan Reyes talks with guests about the inspiring example of Mother Teresa, the annual K of C College Councils Conference, fostering faith among professional athletes, and the lasting legacy of St. John Paul II.Episode Highlights:● Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly discusses the remarkable success of the new Knights of Columbus-produced documentary Mother Teresa: No Greater Love, reflects on the recent College Councils Conference, and shares a preview of the Order’s plans for the next March for Life in Washington, D.C.● Father Chuck Dornquast, director of vocations for the Diocese of St. Petersburg, Florida, and chaplain for the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, discusses the connection he sees between sports and faith and describes his work offering sacraments and spiritual support to professional athletes.● Franciscan Friar of the Renewal and musician Father Stan Fortuna visits the Saint John Paul II National Shrine in Washington and reflects on John Paul II’s legacy as a saint for our times.● Supreme Chaplain Archbishop William Lori shares highlights from his recent trip to Poland and Ukraine and presents his monthly challenge for the month of November, focused on perseverance and suffering.
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