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EMPOWERED BY THE SPIRIT: JESUS THIRSTS FOR US

On this episode of Empowered by the Spirit, Deacon Steve Greco engages in a dynamic conversation with friend and fellow radio host, Rick Howick. They discuss a variety of topics centered around evangelizing our brothers and sisters in Christ. We also get a sneak preview of a powerful film about the Eucharist that’s hitting the theatres this Summer!

Deacon Steve Greco is a permanent deacon of the Diocese of Orange and the Director of Evangelization and Faith Formation for the diocese. He is also the founder of Spirit Filled Hearts Ministry; and, host of the Empowered by the Spirit radio show and podcast.

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OC CATHOLIC RADIO: FROM INTELLECTUAL ATHEISM TO DISCERNING THE PRIESTHOOD

Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On today’s show, Rick welcomes Matt Garvey to the studio. Matt is a lay evangelist living in OC and he works with Irvine-based Spirit Filled Hearts Ministry. He collaborates with the ministry’s Dunamis group, with a special focus on young adult ministry.  He also hosts a podcast called “The Journey,” which focuses on issues facing young adult Catholics and enables them to share their powerful personal testimonies of faith. This episode of OC Catholic Radio brings together two highly educated spiritual and intellectual dynamos. But through it all, it’s about brokenness, grace, and God’s supernatural love.

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OC CATHOLIC RADIO: AN UPDATE ON THE DIOCESE OF ORANGE ARCHIVES

Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On today’s show, Rick welcomes Daniella Aquino to the studio. Daniella works closely with the archives department in the diocese, serving as Assistant Archivist alongside Fr. Chris Heath. Among the many fascinating parts of her job, Rick and Daniella talk about a museum quality exhibit that was recently featured on the Christ Cathedral campus to honor the legacy of the late Dr. Fred Swann. Fred was a fixture for many years on the “Hour of Power” television program which was filmed inside the sanctuary of the building formerly known as the Crystal Cathedral. We cover a lot of ground on today’s podcast, so listen and share!

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CATHEDRAL SQUARE: GUEST IS FR BEN TRAN OF ANTEATER CATHOLIC AT UC IRVINE

Welcome to another episode of Cathedral Square featuring host Fr. Christopher Smith, the Rector Emeritus of Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove, CA. On today’s program, Father welcomes Fr. Ben Tran to the show. Fr. Ben has been a priest in the Diocese of Orange for 18 years; and his primary role these days is indeed a very important one – especially when it comes to the mentorship and faith formation of college students and young adults. Fr. Ben is the chaplain for “Anteater Catholic,” the campus ministry of UC Irvine (UCI). Listen as he shares his powerful testimony and his unique calling to the ministry of the priesthood. You are sure to be inspired by his contagious enthusiasm!

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SOUNDS FROM THE SANCTUARY: MUSIC FOR THE NEW YEAR

To kick off 2024, host David Ball curates a beautiful playlist of music liturgically appropriate for the month of January. The church begins each year with the Solemnity of Mary Mother of God and continues with Epiphany – the celebration of the gift of the Magi. In today’s episode, we enjoy timeless chants and hymns, music by classical composers Mendelssohn and Max Reger, and wonderful gems by American composers Leo Nestor and Julian Darius Revie. Enjoy the show and find out more about Christ Cathedral’s 2024 music offerings at ChristCathedralMusic.org

TRACKS

1 Salve Sancta Parens

2 Mary the Dawn

3 NESTOR Magnificat

4 Mendelssohn There Shall a Star

5 REGER Wie Schon

6 To Follow a Star

 

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OC CATHOLIC RADIO: CHRIST COME TO US IN THESE DIFFICULT TIMES

Host Rick Howick interviews guests on a variety of topics. On today’s show, Rick welcomes a very special friend and priest to the studio. Not long ago, Fr. Glenn Baaten gave up his Anglican holy orders to be received into the Catholic church along with his wife. He talks about that journey in an episode that aired over five years ago in this space (episode #134). But for today’s discussion, Rick and Fr. Glen engage in a lively back-and-forth dialogue about the Christmas season. We’ve titled today’s episode: “Christ Come to Us in These Difficult Times.” You are sure to be moved by this holy and anointed discourse!

 

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CATHOLIC SPORTS VIEW: GUESTS ARE JUSTIN BELL OF SANTA MARGARITA AND ANTHONY DAVIS OF SERVITE

This week, we visit with Santa Margarita boys’ basketball coach Justin Bell and Servite basketball coach Anthony Davis.

 

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OC CATHOLIC RADIO: ADVENT 2023 WITH FR. AL BACA

It’s always a special treat when Fr. Al Baca sits down with host Rick Howick in our OC Catholic Radio studios. Fr. Al is the Episcopal Vicar for Ecumenism and Inter-religion in the Diocese of Orange. Our topic of discussion for today’s podcast centers around the season of Advent here in the last days of 2023. Listen and SHARE this podcast!

 

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CATHEDRAL SQUARE: GUEST IS FR VINCENT PHAM OF ST BONAVENTURE CHURCH IN HUNTINGTON BEACH

Welcome to another episode of Cathedral Square featuring host Fr. Christopher Smith, the Rector Emeritus of Christ Cathedral in Garden Grove, CA. On today’s program, Father welcomes Fr. Vincent Pham to the show. Fr. Vincent was recently installed as the pastor of St. Bonaventure Church in Huntington Beach. He is thrilled with his new assignment. The central focus of our discussion today will be on the eucharist, which is the source and summit of our faith as Catholics. Tune in and hear all about it!

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SOUNDS FROM THE SANCTUARY: CHRISTMAS AT THE CATHEDRAL 2023

Sounds from the Sanctuary enters the most wonderful time of the year with this episode – an invitation to Christmas at the Cathedral 2023! Sing along to your favorite sacred Christmas music, meditate on the Incarnation with a gorgeous Magnificat by Leo Nestor, and discover some amazing seasonal music especially for Harp and Children’s Choir. Find out more and reserve your tickets to Friday, December 15th’s Christmas at the Cathedral 2023 by logging on to ChristCathedralMusic.org

 

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