In this podcast, priest and chef Fr. Leo Patalinghug shares his vocation story and why food and hunger play a special role in the discernment of one’s unique, personal vocation.
Mark Nelson is a local entrepreneur who attended Franciscan University of Steubenville and is now working to renew the city through his entrepreneurial ventures.
Kimberly Hahn – wife, mother, author – is now helping to renew the city of Steubenville by renewing local politics. Through her role on the City Council, she is paving the way for the local entrepreneurs and others in the city who are undertaking courageous projects to bring hope to the people of Steubenville.
Dr. Joshua Miller explains the central role of unique, personal vocation in the life of the Church, and lays the groundwork for the series “Renewing Steubenville.”
An independent farmstead on soil that the state of Ohio declared “not suitable for agriculture”? It’s not only possible – it’s thriving. Shawn and Beth cultivated that land, and now 90% of the food that their family eats comes straight off of it. Listen to their very special journey of unique, personal vocation.
The AIM Women’s Center helps women in crisis. Hear the remarkable story of its Director and her journey to become the leader or an organization that once played a critical role in her own life.
America needs leaders. Desperately. Hear how the Center for Leadership at Franciscan University is forming leaders who understand the dignity of the human person, the sanctity of life, and role of faith in shaping the social order. In this episode, Dr. Joshua Miller interviews David Schmiesing, the Vice President of Student Life at the Franciscan University of Steubenville and the founder and director of its Center for Leadership.
The Harmonium Project is revitalizing a city through the unifying power of the arts. Marc and Maura discuss how they got involved in this ambitious project to bring joy to a city that has been economically depressed and struggling to shape its identity.