Tune in to Salt + Light TV this Sunday for the first episode of the inspirational, Emmy Award winning series, Sunday to Sunday!
This 9-part series invites you into the parishes of gifted preachers across America. Host Fr. Mike Russo spends time with priests, deacons, laywomen, and youth ministers to discover more about their community, how they respond to the needs of the faithful, and what wisdom inspires them forward — in homily and beyond.
Sunday to Sunday
will give you an inside look into the art of the preaching ministry.
Join us on the preaching journey!
“Let us renew our confidence in preaching, based on the conviction that it is God who seeks to reach out to others through the preacher, and that he displays his power through human words.”
– Pope Francis
When to watch
Sunday to Sunday
will air on Sundays at 8 pm ET / 5 pm PT
, starting May 23.
Not available at that time? Each episode will air again on the following Tuesday at 6:30 pm and Friday at 9 pm.
How to watch
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Sunday to Sunday episodes airing on Salt + Light TV
May 23: Father Matt Pennington
Father Matt Pennington and Deacon Tom O’Brien have collaborated in ministry for well over a decade, and their work remains vibrant, creative, and the best example of preaching in the media age. Discover how Matt preaches to his community and how Tom uses music and social media within the parish.
May 30: Father Chris Walsh
Father Chris Walsh ministers to an African American congregation and brings about some small degree of racial healing. We explore how Chris Walsh witnesses to the Gospel in his Philadelphia parish, where “God is Glorified & His people are sanctified!”
June 6: Father Manuel De Jesus Rodrigues
Father Manuel De Jesus Rodriguez is the pastor of Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Jamaica, Queens. We witness Manuel’s apostolic zeal that marks his every move. He says: “It’s all about Jesus. It’s about his values, and the more we witness to that, the better.”
June 13: Sister Patricia Bruno and Father Jude Siciliano
Sister Patricia Burno and Father Jude Siciliano are an example of a collaborative team that go back to the historical roots of the Order of Preachers and the holy memory of Saint Dominic; theirs is a preaching circle of spirituality and social justice.
June 20: Father Bob Stagg
Father Bob Stagg is the pastor of The Church of the Presentation located in Northern Bergen County, NJ, with over 4,700 families and 100 ministries. Volunteerism and community service are hallmarks of this parish community.
June 27: Father Michael Fish
Father Michael Fish is among our country’s most sought-after retreat masters. His stories — often coming from his travels on the famed Camino de Santiago — speak of his deep devotion to Gospel spirituality and the journey toward the “inner monk”.
July 4: Father Ricky Manalo
Paulist Father Ricky Manalo is a gifted composer/liturgist and preacher. He has traveled Asia and lived in Beijing and Hong Kong and is an expert on Asian Pacific Catholics. We have the rare opportunity to witness first-hand Father Ricky's unique ministry.
July 11: Father Bill Nadeau
Father Bill Nadeau is the pastor of Saint Francis of Assisi Church, located on the shores of Lake Tahoe in Nevada. In this exceptional setting, we meet a priest whose ministry as a prison chaplain has prepared him well. Come encounter Bill’s “spirituality with a view”.
July 18: Father Jay Matthews
Father Jay Matthews invites us into his magnificent Cathedral of Christ the Light. For years, he brought healing and understanding to an Oakland community faced with troubling social problems. We pay tribute to his witness and devotion to the Oakland community.