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So far the show is available via the audio player(s) below as well as on iTunes (Apple Podcasts), Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Podcasts (see icons immediately below this paragraph) as well as on (for iOS users) Overcast. A new episode is released every Monday morning. In between, do engage with the show on Facebook, Twitter, and/or Instagram. There is also a Facebook group for listeners to talk with one another, post prayer requests, and give feedback about the show.

Apr 29, 2019

The Director of Hockey Operations at Providence College for the men's hockey team, she is a lifelong Catholic, the oldest of five children. Theresa attended Catholic elementary, high school (valedictorian), and college. She talks about working at a Catholic institution, the concept of people working together as a team,...


13th episode, with Theresa Feaster

Apr 29, 2019

Guest quotes:

"The idea of God's providence and the idea of providence affecting everything we do is something that I've really come to appreciate, maybe, especially now that I'm older."

"All these little things happen that maybe at the time you don't really fully understand but then you kind of look back and you...


Apr 22, 2019

New York Rangers defenseman Neal Pionk cautions parents about putting too high of a priority on a child's potential hockey career. Plus, he talks about being born into the Catholic faith and attending Catholic school (K-8), coming into the NHL, moving to and living in New York City, and what happened when he tried to...


12th episode, with Neal Pionk

Apr 22, 2019

Guest quotes:

"There's a lot more to life than just a sport."

"Your hockey career only lasts for so long, from the time you're five or six years old until however long, 20, 30 years if you're fortunate. There's so much more to life after that."

"Parents... think that this tryout or this game is the end-all, be-all....


Apr 15, 2019

He covers University of Notre Dame Athletics for Irish 101 and Irish Illustrated, and is also the Notre Dame reporter for Fan Media. Len has also served as a reporter for ESPN Radio's "College Gameday," as a stringer for AP Sports. A lifelong Catholic, he is also heavily involved with the Knights of Columbus. He's...