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Driving Home the Faith

Driving Home the Faith


Driving Home the Faith


About Driving Home the Faith

Show Notes for Friday, 06/21/24

Today, Fr. Lawrence Clancy III explains how the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus can change lives,  Deacon Jason and Rachel Bulman introduce 15 short videos that can transform how you understand Mass, and much more.

Aid to the Church in need is at churchinneed.org

Get "Preparation for Total Consecration... Read More.

Show Notes for Thursday, 06/20/24

Today Ruah Woods's Courtney Brown talks with Fr. Rob about how principles of Theology of the Body can help us live better, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse from the Ruth Institute helps us laugh at another absurdity in the news, and much more.

Learn more about the Campaign of Mercy at

Show Notes for Wednesday, 06/19/24

Today, Fr. Rob talks with Monica Miller about how the first three books of Genesis change everything; Kaytlynd Lainhart from SVDP-Cincinnati lets us know how we can help our neighbors in need this summer, and much more.

Get “In the Beginning” at shop.catholic.com

The Person and Identity Project is at

Show Notes for Tuesday, 06/18/24

Today, Christen Donohue from Pregnancy Center Plus tells us what Generation Z thinks about abortion, parenting expert Alan Migliorato explains why summer is a good time to reevaluation discipline for growing children, and much more.

Pregnancy Center Plus is at pcplus.org and supportpcplus.org

The National Catholic Bioethics Center is at... Read More.

Show Notes for Monday, 06/17/24

Today, Timothy O'Malley from Notre Dame talks with Fr. Rob about what studies say (and don't say) about Catholic belief in the Real Presence, Patrick Flynn discusses another "best reason" to believe in God, and much more.

Read "The Theological Foundations of Eucharistic Beliefs..." at churchlifejournal.nd

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Show Notes for Friday, 06/14/24

Today, Fr. Rob talks with  Rebecca Wells about the legacy of area musician, choir director, and composer Eugene Englert; Jim Papandrea tells us how to pray like the early Church, and much more.

The Jesuit Spiritual Center at Milford is at jesuitspiritualcenter.com

The Serenelli Project is at serenelliproject.org

Get “Praying Like the Early Church” at sophiainstitute.com

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Show Notes for Thursday, 06/13/24

Today, Jim Slouffman tells us about a Cincinnati festival with roots in the German middle ages, Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse suggests we stop thinking only of people who consider themselves "gay" and start thinking of the people who no longer consider themselves such, and more.

Schutzenfest 2024 is at schutzenfestcincy.com

Read “The... Read More.

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Fr. Rob Jack

Host: Fr. Rob Jack

Father Jack has an MDiv. and an MA in Biblical Studies from the Athenaeum of Ohio, Mount Saint Mary’s Seminary. He also has an STL in Mariology from the International Marian Research Institute.

In 2007, Fr. Rob Jack started an apostolate, Delivering the Faith, producing and distributing catechetical talks and homilies on CD. He makes Rosaries and produces prayer cards to help people grow in their faith. His motto for spreading the faith is “If you want someone to do something, put it in their hands!” He has been involved in Catholic Radio since 1999 and the founding of Sacred Heart Radio.

 

 

 

 


Gail Finke, Producer

Producer, Gail Finke

Involved with Sacred Heart Radio since her days as “Gail the Intern,” “Gail the Producer” has worked as a writer, editor, and author;  ran the local Catholic web magazine “The Catholic Beat” for five years; and designed “The Catholic Telegraph” for two.

Gail is from Pennsylvania, so what high school she went to will tell you nothing — except that Scott Hahn is also a graduate (though not the same year). A revert to the Catholic faith whose most recent non-media job was at Greater Cincinnati Right to Life, she has two grown children and likes to attend FC Cincinnati matches with her husband.

 

 

 

 

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