Today is the Memorial of Saint Maximilian Kolbe, and so…Bishop starts off this episode by reflecting upon the life of this Franciscan priest and martyr who died at Auschwitz. Then it’s on to the Assumption of Mary into heaven and this Sunday’s Gospel reading which includes Jesus telling His disciples: “I have come to the set the earth on fire, and how I wish it were already blazing!”

Listener-submitted questions:

-Can you talk about the relationships you have with leaders of other faiths in our community?
-Immigration is in the news so much lately…especially with these potential ICE raids. What are your thoughts on this? It’s so disheartening to read about.
-You have mentioned your Greek heritage on previous shows. Do you know when your family came over to this country? Was it through Ellis Island?
-Is there a sacrament that you miss celebrating regularly form your days as a parish priest?
-If our diocese were to build a new church and parish, what would you like its name to be?
-Of all the churches and cathedrals you have visited, do you have a favorite?
-I am looking for a way to give back to the diocese. Is there a need for service/comfort dogs?
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