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Hope From Home brings you conversations with people who continue to spread hope during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join the Salt + Light Media producers as we share stories of how people are finding hope in these unusual circumstances, from our home to yours!
Hope From Home

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Hope From Home brings you conversations with people who continue to spread hope during the COVID-19 pandemic. Join the Salt + Light Media producers as we share stories of how people are finding hope in these unusual circumstances, from our home to yours!

E1 | Hope From Home

Join us for our first episode of Hope From Home, the show where you tell us what brings you hope. We’ll speak about the adjustments that teachers and young adult ministers are going through, and we’ll also be joined by singer/songwriter Chris Bray.

E2 | Hope From Home

Deacon Pedro gets an international COVID-19 update from Fr. Peter Skudra of Radio Maria in Latvia; Noel learns how Aid to the Church in Need is responding to the crisis; and Emilie speaks to married couple, Ben and Megan Turland, about how they plan to celebrate Easter as a family this year.

E3 | Hope From Home

Deacon Pedro speaks with Gillian Kantor about what her kids taught her about this Lent and Easter; Emilie Callan learns how the pandemic is affecting the wedding industry; and Jermaine Bagnall finds out how the crisis is affecting our mental health and well-being.

E4 | Hope From Home

Noel Ocol learns how the pandemic is affecting Christians in the Middle East; Louisa Florentin speaks with Therese Lape Nazareno, whose mother was sick with the virus; and Sr. Marie Paul Curley, FSP, gives Deacon Pedro some movie-watching advice during this time of self-isolation.

E5 | Hope From Home

Matteo Ciofi gives us a COVID-19 update from the Vatican and recaps the historic Easter Triduum celebrations; Louisa Florentin learns how a campus ministry is adjusting; and Noel Ocol speaks with Fr. Robert Galea and gets an update from Australia.

E6 | Hope From Home

Jermaine Bagnall learns about how this crisis can particularly affect men; we travel to Colombia where the traditional Holy Week mission has moved online; and Noel Ocol gets an update from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.

E7 | Hope From Home

Jermaine Bagnall speaks with author Peter Elliott; we learn about an Adoration chapel inside a popular video game; Deacon Pedro speaks with Rabbi Aaron Flanzraich; and Catholic Artists From Home come together for a musical offering.

E8 | Hope From Home

Noel Ocol examines some of the ethical considerations of this pandemic; Emilie Callan speaks to a couple who chose to get married despite the restrictions on large gatherings; and Deacon Pedro speaks with Mark Matthews about technology trends during this crisis.

E9 | Hope From Home

Noel Ocol learns all the details for this year’s March for Life; Marie Anne Torres meets a youth minister who’s trying new things; and Deacon Pedro speaks with an adult programming director who has great tips for seniors during this time.

E10 | Hope From Home

We learn how a Catholic journalist is covering the pandemic and receive an update from the Vatican; Louisa Florentin speaks with a long-term care doctor; and Marie Anne Torres has a book suggestion for self-isolation reading.

E11 | Hope From Home

A theologian speaks to Noel Ocol regarding the possibility of phone confessions; Jermaine learns about an innovative way to spread the Word; and Deacon Pedro speaks with Matt Maher about what he’s learning during this crisis.

E12 | Hope From Home

We learn about the importance of faith and fitness during this time, hear from a maternity doctor, and find out what the Knights of Columbus have been doing to help during the crisis.

E13 | Hope From Home

We learn how the Jesuits have gone digital, receive a COVID-19 update from Ireland, and find out about a pretty unique painting.

E14 | Hope From Home

We speak with a priest who was sick with the virus and learn about a map that brings people together to pray the Rosary, and artist Timothy Schmalz tells us about his latest sculpture.

E15 | Hope From Home

We speak with a doctor who is on the front lines, learn what a university is doing to help its students, and find out how a young adult ministry is adapting during this time of crisis.

E16 | Hope From Home

We hear about a community garden, sustainable fashion, and other lessons we are learning about Laudato Si’ during the COVID-19 crisis.

E17 | Hope From Home

We learn about an innovative youth ministry; Marie Anne Torres gives us another great book suggestion; and Emilie Callan speaks with a French singer who released an inspiring song during the coronavirus pandemic.

E18 | Hope From Home

We speak with an infection control professional, who tells us how his work has changed in the last months, and we learn about the work of the St. Vincent de Paul Society and a priest in Texas who has been biking to his parishioners' homes during quarantine.

E19 | Hope From Home

We speak with a nurse, get an update from Jerusalem, and learn some liturgical tips for streaming Mass on the Internet.

E20 | Hope From Home

We get an update from Spain, learn about the significance of consecrating our country to Mary, and speak with a midwife who tells us all about babies being born during this time.

E21 | Hope From Home

We learn about what the reopening of churches may look like, speak to a seminarian in Nashville, Tennessee, and hear from a doctor in the Philippines who tells us the best way for children to deal with stress.

E22 | Hope From Home

Jermaine Bagnall learns how the death of George Floyd impacts an African American parish in St. Paul, Minnesota; a ministry that helps homeless men continues despite the crisis; and Marie Anne Torres gives us a new book suggestion.

E23 | Hope From Home

Jermaine Bagnall learns what the Church can do in the face of racism; Marie Anne Torres speaks to a school principal who keeps his school running from home; and Fr. Eric Mah tells Noel Ocol all about his podcast, Catholic Latte.

E24 | Hope From Home

Jermaine Bagnall learns all about the Renewed Hope Catholic Conference; Louisa Florentin speaks with Sr. Evanne Hunter of the Loretto Sisters in Toronto; and David Wang tells Deacon Pedro all about his latest song that deals with depression.

E25 | Hope From Home

Jermaine Bagnall speaks with George Weigel about his new book, written while self-isolating; Marie Anne Torres learns all about the challenges of running a business during this time; and Noel Ocol asks the principal of a Catholic high school what schools will be like in September.

E26 | Hope From Home

Noel Ocol finds out what the mood is like in Washington, D.C.; Louisa Florentin speaks with a campus missionary; and Marie Anne Torres learns all about a podcast that highlights hopeful stories.

E27 | Hope From Home

We learn how the Jesuits have been helping the homeless and how important the TV Mass is during these times, and all the communities of L’Arche Canada come together to make an inspiring video, despite being quarantined.

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