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Catholic Answers Live: Remembering John Paul II

15 May

EL CAJON, California. (May 15, 2020) — Patrick Novecosky, editor of this blog, was a guest on Catholic Answers Live this afternoon.

During the 55-minute interview, host Cy Kellett asked Novecosky about his new book, 100 Ways John Paul II Changed the World, which commemorates Pope St. John Paul the Great’s 100th birthday, coming up on May 18, 2020. Novecosky also fielded calls from listeners across North America, who asked about everything from the priestly sexual abuse crisis to the World Day of Prayer in Assisi, initiated by John Paul II.

The interview was broadcast worldwide on the EWTN Radio network and live-streamed on all Catholic Answers platforms, including Catholic.com, YouTube, Facebook.

CLICK HERE to listen to the entire interview. (55 minutes)

CLICK HERE to watch on YouTube

You can purchase the book on Amazon here.

Catholic Answers: Faith, work and the New Evangelization

24 Feb
Patrick Novecosky takes a turn behind the host's mic in the Catholic Answers studio

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).