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EWTN Radio: Legatus’ 30th anniversary

8 Mar

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.

MorningGloryAlso in-studio were Morning Glory host Brian PatrickDr. 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)

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).

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Ambassadors for Christ in the marketplace

7 Nov

morningshow31-trans800FORT 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).

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Legatus: Forming CEOs for the New Evangelization

12 Jul
TOP: Chris Stewart (left) and Tony Brandt are the hosts of Casting Nets. They interviewed Patrick Novecosky on their July 12 program.

TOP: Chris Stewart (left) and Tony Brandt are the hosts of Casting Nets. BOTTOM: They interviewed Patrick Novecosky on their July 12 program.

JULY 12, 2013 — Patrick Novecosky, editor of this blog and editor-in-chief of Legatus magazine, was a guest on the Casting Nets radio program today.

The hour-long interview with hosts Tony Brandt and Chris Stewart touched on the work of Legatus, the membership organization of Catholic executives founded in 1987 by Tom Monaghan who also founded Domino’s Pizza and Ave Maria University. Legatus exists to help Catholic presidents and CEOs learn, live and spread their faith.

The hosts also asked Novecosky about the need for greater evangelization and catechesis in the Catholic Church, especially among business leaders.

Casting Nets Ministries, a non-profit lay apostolate, dedicated to the challenge of the New Evangelization.

Click here to listen to the entire interview.

The end of an era: Pope Benedict XVI steps down

13 Feb

kwky-Jean-MarkFEBRUARY 13, 2013 — Patrick Novecosky, editor of this blog and editor-in-chief of Legatus magazine, was a guest on KWKY Radio in Des Moines, Iowa, this morning.

He appeared on the Catholic Radio Iowa Morning Show with Jeanne Wells and Dowling Catholic Hall of Famer Mark Amadeo. They interviewed Patrick about Pope Benedict XVI’s decision to step down effective Feb. 28. The conclave to elect the next Pope will begin in mid-March. Novecosky reflected on Pope Benedict’s decision, his legacy and the future of the papacy.

Listen to the full interview by clicking here.

The growing pro-life culture 40 years after Roe v. Wade

29 Jan

kwky-Jean-MarkJANUARY 29, 2013 — Patrick Novecosky, editor of this blog and editor-in-chief of Legatus magazine, was a guest on KWKY Radio in Des Moines, Iowa, this morning.

He appeared on the Catholic Radio Iowa Morning Show with Jeanne Wells and Dowling Catholic Hall of Famer Mark Amadeo. They interviewed Patrick about his experience at the annual March for Life in Washington, DC. It was Patrick’s first March in 10 years, and the Jan. 25 march also commemorated the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the ruling that legalized abortion across the United States. More than 55 million children have died at the hands of abortionists since 1973.

Listen to the full interview by clicking here.

Pope Benedict XVI: Parents should teach the faith joyfully

30 Nov

KWKYNOVEMBER 30, 2012 — Patrick Novecosky, editor of this blog, was a guest on KWKY Radio in Des Moines, Iowa, this morning.

He appeared on the Catholic Radio Iowa Morning Show with Jon Leonetti and Jeanne Wells. Jon interviewed Patrick about Pope Benedict XVI’s recent teaching that parents should share the faith with children and others in a joyful, clear and simple manner. The Holy Father made the comments two days ago during his weekly general audience at the Vatican in the Pope Paul VI Audience Hall.

Click here to listen to the entire interview.

Read more about the Pope’s advice on joyful parenting by clicking here.