Dream Big! Interview with Missionary Priest Father Zawadi - How to Speak Catholic, Episode 0020
Dream Big! Join us for Episode 20 of “How to Speak Catholic,” as we interview Father Zawadi of the Crosier Fathers (http://www.crosier.org). Father Zawadi is a missionary priest from the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and he is in the United States asking for help in spreading the Joy of the Gospel through his work, and that of his missionary brothers, in Africa, to help bring education and opportunity to those that have none. Hear about Faraha, a young lady who aspires to a PhD in Economics to help her community out of poverty. Hear about how much your donation, great or small, can have a great impact in the lives of others. And most importantly, help us pray for our Catholic brothers and sisters in the Congo, as they face daily struggles and triumphs in their search for the Truth and the joy that comes from that! Please contact Father Zawadi at firstname.lastname@example.org, via telephone at 1-320-532-3103, via cell phone at 1-602-321-1798, or via snail mail at: Father Zawadi Sambya Jean-Marie, OSC Crosier Community of Onamia PO Box 500 Onamia, MN 56359 Also, thank you to all of your for your support of our ministry - as of today, we have 6,767 downloads of our podcast, "How to Speak Catholic" from 46 states in the US, as well as the District of Columbia, and 707 international downloads from 22 other countries on 5 continents, including the UK, Canada, the Philippines, Australia, Malawi, Japan, Kenya, Nigeria, India, Poland, Mexico, Puerto Rico, the Netherlands, Ireland, Russia, Ukraine, Italy, Kazakhstan, Germany, Denmark, Belgium, and ISRAEL - AWESOME! As a reminder, if you haven't already done so, please subscribe to our podcast on iTunes - you can find it here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-speak-catholic-joy/id1189744220 - and then post a rating and a review. Additionally, if there are particular topics you'd like us to address, big or small, please let me know and we'll work on that. Also, any feedback you may have, either on the music, the length of the podcast, the sound quality, etc, is welcome - I'd love to hear any constructive criticism you may have.