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.
Father Robert Reed has a one-on-one conversation about end of life care planning with MC Sullivan, Director of Initiative on Palliative Care & Advanced Care Planning for the Health and Social Services office of the Archdiocese of Boston. Read more about Sullivan's work in the May iCatholic digital magazine.
Father Robert Reed talks with young adult Chris Hughes, his involvement in his faith community at Christ the King Parish in Mashpee, MA, and his witness to his Catholic faith on campus at Saint Joseph's College (Maine).
Father Robert Reed speaks with Kerry Robinson, Executive Director of the National Leadership Roundtable on Church Management. They talk about practical support and management of the local church on a day-to-day level, and the importance of instilling the value of parish stewardship in children.
Peter J Mongeau, founder and publisher of Tuscany Press in Wellesley, MA speaks to Father Robert Reed about the importance of Catholic literature and the development of the Catholic writer.
Father Willy Raymond, president of Holy Cross Family Ministries, speaks to Father Robert Reed about media, family prayer and the venerable Father Patrick Peyton.
Janet Jarman uses her gift for photography to tell immigration stories and promote human dignity. She speaks with Father Reed on this episode of Inter Nos.
Jack Cadigan is a young Catholic man who has personally experienced a miracle. He joins Father Reed to speak about his recovery work in Haiti and the miracle he experienced there.
Bishop Camillo Ballin speaks about a new Cathedral in Bahrain dedicated to Our Lady of Arabia and reflects on the Church in the Middle East.
Lisa Gulino of the Diocese of Providence speaks to Father Reed on Inter Nos about her own faith formation and the joy of spreading our rich Catholic faith to others.
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.