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  • The Stories We Have to Tell: A conversation with Frederica Mathews-Green May 18, 2022
    Join the Louhs as they speak with Frederica Mathews-Green about dramatic stories of conversion to Christianity.
  • Love Her Well May 10, 2022
    Have you ever wondered how to better connect with your teenage daughter? Join the Louhs as they speak with author, speaker, podcaster, and newspaper columnist Kari Kampakis on her book Love Her Well: 10 Ways to Find Joy and Connection With Your Teenage Daughter.
  • The Resurrection Through the Scriptures May 4, 2022
    Have you ever wished to understand how the different Evangelists cover the Resurrection of Christ? Join the Louhs as they speak with Bible scholar Dr. Jeannie Constantinou on the different Gospel accounts, what lessons they teach that we can apply in our life today.
  • Grieving a Child: A Conversation with author and Hospice Chaplain Mat. Jenny Schroedel April 13, 2022
    Fr. Nick and Dr. Roxanne Louh are joined by Mat. Jenny Schroedel, hospice chaplain and author of Naming the Child: Hope-Filled Reflections on Miscarriage, Stillbirth, and Infant Death. They'll talk about grieving the loss of a child and ways we can support those who are suffering that bereavement.
  • Autism: What We Should Know and How We Can Help April 6, 2022
    Fr. Nick and Dr. Roxanne Louh speak with Dr. Lisa Liberatore, co-founder of two nonprofits inspired by crises faced by her autistic son and other young people like him who face important decisions and obstacles as they age out of programs designed for autistic youth.