WASHINGTON, D.C. (March 8, 2017) — Legatus magazine’s editor-in-chief Patrick Novecosky, editor of this blog, was an in-studio guest on EWTN Radio’s Morning Glory program this morning.
Also in-studio were Morning Glory host Brian Patrick, Dr. Matthew Bunson, Amy McInerny of Human Life Action, producer Alyssa Murphy, and Dominican Fr. Thomas Petri.
During the 10-minute segment, the hosts asked Novecosky about Legatus’ 30-year history, the ethical challenges facing presidents and CEOs, and Legatus’ formation of Catholic business leaders. Both Bunson and McInerny both talked about their own experiences speaking to Legatus chapters across the country.
CLICK HERE to listen to the entire interview (10 minutes 28 seconds)
At EWTN’s Washington, DC, studios (L-R) Dr. Matthew Bunson (EWTN Senior Contributor), Catherine Szeltner (Host, EWTN Pro-Life Weekly), Patrick Novecosky (Editor-in-Chief, Legatus magazine)
Patrick Novecosky takes a turn behind the host’s mic in the Catholic Answers studio
EL CAJON, California (Feb. 24, 2017) – Legatus magazine editor-in-chief Patrick Novecosky was an in-studio guest on Catholic Answers Focus this afternoon, broadcast across the United States on various Catholic radio networks, including Immaculate Heart Radio.
Catholic Answers host Cy Kellett asked Novecosky about Legatus’ efforts to form Catholic business executives in the faith. Legatus is a membership organization of Catholic business leaders. Kellett also asked Novecosky about the evolution of Catholic media over the past 25 years, the influence of Opus Dei, and the importance of allowing one’s faith to shine through at work.
Kellett also asked Novecosky about his public speaking on topics like fatherhood, Divine Mercy, and Pope St. John Paul II. Novecosky worked for the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy for five years, and he met the saint four times. CLICK HERE to listen to the entire interview (31 minutes).
NEW YORK (Feb. 7, 2017)–Legatus magazine editor-in-chief Patrick Novecosky was a guest on The Jennifer Fulwiler Show this afternoon on Sirius XM’s The Catholic Channel. Fulwiler asked Novecosky about the challenges about sharing one’s faith in the workplace. In a post-Christian culture, there is a debate about the best way to live between those who have a daily walk with Christ and those who live a secular life, he said.
They discussed how business owners and other leaders can live their faith at work — and also how regular workers can be more overt about their faith at the office. Novecosky talked about praying for those we work with and waiting for an opportunity to share our faith as St. Peter wrote: “Always be ready to give a reason for our hope.” CLICK HERE to listen to the entire interview (17 minutes).
FORT WAYNE, Indiana (January 17, 2017) — Legatus magazine editor-in-chief Patrick Novecosky was a guest on The Kyle Heimann Show this morning on Redeemer Radio. Host Kyle Heimann asked Novecosky about how to find friends who can support us in our work and in our faith.
Novecosky relayed some good advice from St. John Bosco about finding friends who will help us grow in holiness and virtue. He stressed the importance of daily prayer and listening to the Lord to discern his will for our lives. They also talked about how to find faith-filled friends at work by listening and by being forthright about our faith in all aspects of our lives. CLICK HERE to listen to the entire interview (First 14 minutes).
NEW YORK (December 28, 2016) — Legatus magazine editor-in-chief Patrick Novecosky was a guest on The Jennifer Fulwiler Show this afternoon on Sirius XM’s The Catholic Channel. Fulwiler asked Novecosky about Legatus–what it is, how it was founded, and whether or not business leaders can be saints. Can one put God first and at the same time seek excellence in the business world?
Novecosky highlighted the work done by Legatus members and how they–and all of us–are accountable for how we use our talents and material blessings. CLICK HERE to listen to the entire interview (First 23 minutes of audio).
AVE MARIA, Florida (November 18, 2016) — In scanning the news this morning, I noticed that President-elect Donald Trump has asked Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn (Army, Retired), 57, to be his national security adviser. I also took note that Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich, 67, will receive his red hat from Pope Francis this weekend. It’s a monumental weekend for both men.
And I couldn’t help but notice that from a certain angle they look very much alike. A Google search for them pulled up zero mentions that they are brothers or perhaps twins separated at birth. The cardinal-elect should be flattered. He’s a full decade older than the general. Further, no one else has pointed out the striking similarity. Your thoughts?
FORT WAYNE, Indiana (November 7, 2016) — Legatus magazine editor-in-chief Patrick Novecosky was a guest on The Kyle Heimann Show this morning on Redeemer Radio. Host Kyle Heimann asked Novecosky about what Legatus is and how its members are making a difference in the world.
Novecosky highlighted the work done by John Martin, founder of The Amazing Parish program and Tom Peterson, founder of Catholics Come Home. They also talked about how faith informs the business practices of Legatus members and how Catholics can live out their faith in the business place. CLICK HERE to listen to the entire interview (13 minutes, 40 seconds).