When a student becomes discouraged after her model rocket fails to fly, Sister Justine shares the story of St. Joseph of Cupertino, a saint who was reputed for ecstatic visions and the ability to levitate in prayer, but who as a child just couldn’t seem to do anything right. Listen here.
Do you need some inspiration to work through a problem or issue? For students at the fictional Holy Family School, Sister Justine is ready to help, providing a story of a saint who is relevant to the situation at hand. Sister Justine is the lead character in a new podcast series, “Sister Justine’s Saint Tales,” […]
The second episode of “Dinners With Our Founders,” a special podcast miniseries produced by the Diocese of Buffalo to celebrate its 175h anniversary, has been released, featuring Bishop John Timon, the first shepherd of the diocese. The episode is available for listening and downloading on WNY Catholic’s official SoundCloud channel, SoundCloud.com/BuffaloDiocese. You may also click […]
Students in Notre Dame Academy are learning how to make stop motion movies with the help of Mrs. Bannister, art teacher. You can hear the students and staff of the South Buffalo elementary talk about it by clicking on the NDA Talks podcast below.
Two podcasts are being offered through the St. Raymond Nonnatus Foundation for Freedom, Family and Faith. Podcast for Catholics Affected by Divorce and Separation The First Tuesday of each month, 8-9 p.m. Eastern. Podcast for Families in Crisis. The Last Thursday of each month, 8-9 p.m. Eastern Both podcasts are available on YouTube, Facebook, Podbean […]