Bishop Robert Reed had a conversation with Eleanor McCullen, a rosy-cheeked grandmother and self-identified sidewalk counselor, who brought a case before the Supreme Court challenging the Massachusetts buffer zone law.
Bishop Robert Reed speaks with Suzanne Lafreniere, director of the Office of Public Policy in the Diocese of Portland, Maine.
Bishop-elect Robert Reed has a one-on-one conversation with Father Jeff Kirby about his vocation, his dissertation on conscience formation among medical professionals, and the Year of Mercy.
Father Kirby also hosts the Blink series Lord, Teach us to Pray based on his book of the same name.
Father Robert Reed has a one-on-one chat with Matt Weber, digital strategist, husband and crazy Catholic.
Father Robert Reed has a one-on-one conversation with Mary Ann McLaughlin, the director of Spiritual Life for the Archdiocese of Boston.
Bishop Christopher Coyne speaks with Father Robert Reed about his transition from auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis to Bishop of the Diocese of Burlington.
Father Robert Reed discusses authentic femininity with Jennessa Terraccino, author of 'The Princes Guide: Faith Lessons from Snow white, Cinderella, and Sleeping Beauty".
Father Robert Reed has a conversation with Lino Rulli, 'The Catholic Guy', about reversion to the faith, love for Jesus, and being a sinner who's also a Catholic.
Host Father Robert Reed's guest this time is Jesus Christ. Join him for an intimate conversation about imitating Christ, finding Christ in one another, and drawing inspiration from the Christlike people in our world (like Pope Francis).
Father Robert Reed has a one-on-one conversation with Mariann Luthin, director of Boston's Pro Life Office, about the pastoral work of Project Rachel, which aims for healing for women who have suffered abortion.
Father Robert Reed speaks with Father Dan Hennessey about what it means for him to not only have a vocation to the Catholic priesthood, but also to help form others discerning that same vocation.
Father Robert Reed speaks one-on-one with Father Jim Flavin, Episcopal Vicar for the Archdiocese of Boston's Central Region. They talk about his upbringing and vocation as well as the special gifts he offers as a priest who is also a psychotherapist with a desire to help heal emotional brokenness.