Monday, June 28, 2010

Interview today on The Catholic Revolver

A recent trip to visit family in Florida and my husband's attempt to complete two masters courses online in two weeks (!) have prevented me from my regular blogging.  This post is a departure from my usual content, but it's something I can squeeze in while my husband takes a break.  In any case, I hope you'll find the links below helpful.

Does anyone listen to Catholic internet radio?  There are quite a few Catholic stations that broadcast online so that you can listen at any time.  Here is a comprehensive list

There are also quite a few Catholic podcasters out there producing high-quality programs.  Many of them are hosted at SQPN.com and you can listen at any time or download them to your ipod.  You don't need any special equipment to listen to these podcasts.

I have been honored to be a guest on several of these great programs.  I am continually amazed by the wonderful support I've received from various Catholic media outlets.  I think it's terrific that these savvy Catholics are taking advantage of new media forms like podcasting, internet radio and blogging to spread the Good News of the Gospel and Catholicism.

Tonight, I'll be a guest on a relatively new, but very high-quality internet radio program called The Catholic Revolver.  My interview is scheduled for 6:00 pm EST tonight.  If you can, listen live at this link.  If you can't a podcast version will be posted in the next day or so at the same site.

Try a few of these different Catholic media outlets to see if you find a program you enjoy.  They are so much more uplifting and informative than the worldy and often offensive programs on secular radio.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

6:00 p.m. EST? Did you mean EDT?

Anonymous said...

Listened to every word. There is always something new and inspiring in those interviews.

Peggy Bowes said...

Thanks for listening! The credit goes to Jerry Weber. I had to interview another author once, and I really appreciate all the time and effort it takes to research and come up with intersting questions.

Jerry said...

Thank You so much for being my guest Peggy, I'm looking forward to having you back on the show again sometime! :)