Live from Man Up Philly
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This was our first multi-hour weekend special live broadcast from the Man Up Philly conference at Saint Joseph’s University. This was a 4 hour broadcast with many great guests.
Compilation Episode 1
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Each week we choose 1 episode from the week as the “best of” to replay on Saturday at noon, but what do you do when you cannot choose? We created a single episode with all the great interviews from the week. Included this episode is Vicotoria Gasandi, Dr. Ray Guarendi, Dr. Colleen Mast and Johnnette Benkovic
Compilation Episode 2
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Instead of the usual replay we brought together 2 older interviews to create a single episode. Hear Marty Rotella and Raymond Arroyo.
Spirit in the Morning with Teresa Peterson
Spirit in the Morning is a celebration of the Catholic Faith, Philadelphia and Music. Musician Teresa Peterson is the celebration of all of these. She is a local musician who joined us in the studio to celebrate her Catholic Faith.
Spirit in the Morning at Saint Hubert's
This was our first live broadcast outside of the studio! It was an opportunity to celebrate the work being done at Saint Hubert’s in Northeast Philadelphia.
Faustina at the Shrine of Czestochowa
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Maria Vargo, the star of Saint Luke Production’s Faustina joined us in the studio to celebrate this work coming to the Shrine of Czestochowa.
The Dining Car in Northeast Philadelphia
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From the start of this show we have discussed scrapple! It is part of Philadelphia tradition, so is there a better place to take Spirit in the Morning than the best place to get scrapple?
Maryanne’s Pastry Shoppe in Doylestown, PA
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Maryanne’s is a Doylestown tradition and so are their pastries! This was an enjoyable trip to a loved Catholic business in the heart of Doylestown.