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RED-C Roundup's goal is to foster an even greater sense of unity among the parishes in our listening areas by providing information on all the amazing ways the Holy Spirit is working here. On the show, we highlight activities that are happening around the parishes each week as well as interview individuals involved in doing God’s work locally. In addition, we also discuss current events that impact all Catholics.

Latest Episodes

151 Sister Celestina: The Incarnation of Christ

On Wednesday January 15, Pam Marvin spoke with Sister Celestina with the Apostles of the Interior Life about the Incarnation of Christ. They discussed how Jesus lived a life that shows us what it means to be children of God, adopted sons and daughters. Jesus - God in the flesh, trusted in God the Father and the Holy Spirit to guide Him throughout His life, and His life is the perfect model for how we are to live our lives. God becoming man, made Him relatable to us, as He experienced every part of being a human except for sin. They also talked about how to grow in trust in God, having childlike faith, and giving every part of your life to God. This episode is full of information about how to grow in your spiritual life so listen now!

57 MIN3 d ago
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151 Sister Celestina: The Incarnation of Christ

150 Dennis Daniel: Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men

On Wednesday January 8, Gene Wilhelm opened the first part of the show talking about the Saint of the Day, Andre Bessette who is credited with thousands of reported miraculous oil healings associated with his devotion to Saint Joseph. In the second part of the show Gene talked with Dennis Daniel, Executive Director for the Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men, about the organization and the upcoming Catholic Men’s Conference themedNo Man Left Behindon February 8that the Travis County Expo Center. Men, if you are interested in getting plugged in, listen to this episode to learn about the Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men and see how you can become a part of the movement, and register for the conferencehere!

56 MIN4 d ago
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150 Dennis Daniel: Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men

149 2019 Look-Back: Judy, Gene, Pam, & Dcn. Mike

On Wednesday January 1, all four hosts of RED-C Roundup gathered together to do a look-back on 2019 as they reminisced about some favorite moments. Judy Comeaux, Gene Wilhelm, Pam Marvin, and Deacon Mike Beauvais told us why they love hosting the show, what keeps them coming back, and some favorite parts of their interviews from 2019. This episode reveals what these four great people behind the mic are all about - spreading the love of Christ! Listen now to hear the re-cap, and for more details, you can go back and listen to each episode they mention!

55 MIN2 w ago
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149 2019 Look-Back: Judy, Gene, Pam, & Dcn. Mike

148 Deacon Frank Ashley: A Fresh Look at Advent

On Wednesday December 18, host Pam Marvin spoke with Deacon Frank Ashley of St. Thomas Aquinas in College Station about a fresh perspective of Advent. In the first part of the show, they talked about one of their favorite saints, John of the Cross who is also the national poet of Spain. In the second part of the show, Deacon Frank and Pam talked about a fresh look on the season of Advent. They discussed the beauty and power of penance, the importance of preparing for our Savior, and how we live each season and day as followers of Christ. Do we enter into liturgical seasons intentionally? What do we do to prepare our hearts? Listen to this episode for some solid input about the season of Advent!

57 MIN3 w ago
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148 Deacon Frank Ashley: A Fresh Look at Advent

147 Anthony DeStefano: Children's Literature

On Wednesday, December 11, host Gene Wilhelm talked with Anthony DeStefano about children’s literature. In the first part of the show, the saint of the day was St. Damasus who lived from AD 304–384. He was a deacon in the Church and at age 60 he was selected Bishop of Rome. Learn more about himhere. In the second part of the show Anthony DeStefano talked with Gene about children’s literature and his new book,The Seed Who Was Afraid to Be Planted. Anthony is the author of twenty bestselling adult and children’s Christian books. His goal in writing is to put orthodox theology that is not “watered down” into his books in a way that everyday people can understand. Go to Mr. DeStefano’s websitehereto learn more about him and check out his books!

57 MIN2019 DEC 18
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147 Anthony DeStefano: Children's Literature

146 Stephen Bullivant: Mass Exodus

Wednesday December 4 in the first half of the show, Zach Harris who is in formation with the Apostles of the Interior Life was on to talk about his order, his time at St. Mary’s, and what brought him back to Aggieland. The Saint of the Day for this segment was St. John of Damascus, a Doctor of the Church, who was part of the Monastery of Saint Sabas near Jerusalem. In the second part of the show, Professor and convert to the Catholic Faith Stephen Bullivant joined to talk about his book,Mass Exodus:Catholic Disaffiliation in Britain and America since Vatican II,whichvividly recreates the English-speaking Catholic world on the eve of the Second Vatican Council and then lays out in stark detail who derailed the Council's well-intentioned reforms.Listen to this episode to learn more!

56 MIN2019 DEC 12
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146 Stephen Bullivant: Mass Exodus

145 Barbara Svatek: Advent 101

On Wednesday, November 27, we had a special episode of RED-C Roundup:Advent 101with Judy Comeaux and her guest, Barbara Svatek. They talked all about the meaning of Advent, what traditions they have in their families, and what special things they do during Advent to prepare their homes and hearts for the coming of our Savior! Listen now to hear this special episode. You might learn something about Advent that you didn’t know!

57 MIN2019 DEC 6
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145 Barbara Svatek: Advent 101

144 Jim Olson: To Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligence

On Wednesday November 20, Pam Marvin talked with Jim Olson about one of his books,To Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligence. Mr. Olsonserved for over thirty years in the Directorate of Operations of the Central Intelligence Agencyand is now aProfessor of the Practice at the Bush School, where he teaches courses on intelligence and counterintelligence. He has a passion for counterintelligence, which is stopping foreign countries from stealing technology from the United States. One of the reasons he wrote the book,To Catch a Spy,is because he believes Americans aren’t truly aware of how badly we are being attacked by foreign intelligence services. He thinks Americans need to be informed about what’s going on so that we can work to form a solution, and he hopes that the book is a start to informing people about this issue of foreign intelligence. You can check outTo Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligencethrough the Amazon Smile Programhere.

57 MIN2019 NOV 26
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144 Jim Olson: To Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligence

143 Dr. Michael Foley: The Beauty of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

On Wednesday November 13, in the first part of the show, host Gene Wilhelm talked about his “saint of the week”, Mother Frances Cabrini, who became the first American citizen to be canonized. You can learn more about this amazing womanhere! In the second part of the show, guest Dr. Michael Foley, Associate Professor of Patristics (the study of the Church Fathers), at Baylor University, and author of many Catholic books, including the popular bar book, Drinking with the Saints, that is also a great resource for observing the liturgical year. Dr. Foley talked about his love of patristics (especially St. Augustine), why the intellectual heritage of the Church can save the world, and his love of teaching at Baylor University as a Catholic intellectual. We hope you enjoy this episode!

56 MIN2019 NOV 25
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143 Dr. Michael Foley: The Beauty of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

142 Rhonda Gruenewald: How to Increase Vocations

On Wednesday November 6, host Deacon Mike Beauvais spoke with Rhonda Gruenewald about how to increase vocations. In the first part of the show, Deacon Mike taught about St. Charles Borromeo and you can learn more about himhere. In the second part of the show, Deacon Mike talked with Rhonda Gruenewald, founder of Vocation Ministry, a non-profit established for the purpose of training both priests and laity on how to create a culture of vocations at their parishes.Rhonda is also theauthor ofHundredfold: A Guide to Parish Vocation Ministry, and a convert to the Catholic Faith! To hear about how to increase vocations in the Faith, listen to this episode now! And check out the Vocation Ministry Websitehere!

57 MIN2019 NOV 23
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142 Rhonda Gruenewald: How to Increase Vocations

Latest Episodes

151 Sister Celestina: The Incarnation of Christ

On Wednesday January 15, Pam Marvin spoke with Sister Celestina with the Apostles of the Interior Life about the Incarnation of Christ. They discussed how Jesus lived a life that shows us what it means to be children of God, adopted sons and daughters. Jesus - God in the flesh, trusted in God the Father and the Holy Spirit to guide Him throughout His life, and His life is the perfect model for how we are to live our lives. God becoming man, made Him relatable to us, as He experienced every part of being a human except for sin. They also talked about how to grow in trust in God, having childlike faith, and giving every part of your life to God. This episode is full of information about how to grow in your spiritual life so listen now!

57 MIN3 d ago
Comments
151 Sister Celestina: The Incarnation of Christ

150 Dennis Daniel: Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men

On Wednesday January 8, Gene Wilhelm opened the first part of the show talking about the Saint of the Day, Andre Bessette who is credited with thousands of reported miraculous oil healings associated with his devotion to Saint Joseph. In the second part of the show Gene talked with Dennis Daniel, Executive Director for the Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men, about the organization and the upcoming Catholic Men’s Conference themedNo Man Left Behindon February 8that the Travis County Expo Center. Men, if you are interested in getting plugged in, listen to this episode to learn about the Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men and see how you can become a part of the movement, and register for the conferencehere!

56 MIN4 d ago
Comments
150 Dennis Daniel: Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men

149 2019 Look-Back: Judy, Gene, Pam, & Dcn. Mike

On Wednesday January 1, all four hosts of RED-C Roundup gathered together to do a look-back on 2019 as they reminisced about some favorite moments. Judy Comeaux, Gene Wilhelm, Pam Marvin, and Deacon Mike Beauvais told us why they love hosting the show, what keeps them coming back, and some favorite parts of their interviews from 2019. This episode reveals what these four great people behind the mic are all about - spreading the love of Christ! Listen now to hear the re-cap, and for more details, you can go back and listen to each episode they mention!

55 MIN2 w ago
Comments
149 2019 Look-Back: Judy, Gene, Pam, & Dcn. Mike

148 Deacon Frank Ashley: A Fresh Look at Advent

On Wednesday December 18, host Pam Marvin spoke with Deacon Frank Ashley of St. Thomas Aquinas in College Station about a fresh perspective of Advent. In the first part of the show, they talked about one of their favorite saints, John of the Cross who is also the national poet of Spain. In the second part of the show, Deacon Frank and Pam talked about a fresh look on the season of Advent. They discussed the beauty and power of penance, the importance of preparing for our Savior, and how we live each season and day as followers of Christ. Do we enter into liturgical seasons intentionally? What do we do to prepare our hearts? Listen to this episode for some solid input about the season of Advent!

57 MIN3 w ago
Comments
148 Deacon Frank Ashley: A Fresh Look at Advent

147 Anthony DeStefano: Children's Literature

On Wednesday, December 11, host Gene Wilhelm talked with Anthony DeStefano about children’s literature. In the first part of the show, the saint of the day was St. Damasus who lived from AD 304–384. He was a deacon in the Church and at age 60 he was selected Bishop of Rome. Learn more about himhere. In the second part of the show Anthony DeStefano talked with Gene about children’s literature and his new book,The Seed Who Was Afraid to Be Planted. Anthony is the author of twenty bestselling adult and children’s Christian books. His goal in writing is to put orthodox theology that is not “watered down” into his books in a way that everyday people can understand. Go to Mr. DeStefano’s websitehereto learn more about him and check out his books!

57 MIN2019 DEC 18
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147 Anthony DeStefano: Children's Literature

146 Stephen Bullivant: Mass Exodus

Wednesday December 4 in the first half of the show, Zach Harris who is in formation with the Apostles of the Interior Life was on to talk about his order, his time at St. Mary’s, and what brought him back to Aggieland. The Saint of the Day for this segment was St. John of Damascus, a Doctor of the Church, who was part of the Monastery of Saint Sabas near Jerusalem. In the second part of the show, Professor and convert to the Catholic Faith Stephen Bullivant joined to talk about his book,Mass Exodus:Catholic Disaffiliation in Britain and America since Vatican II,whichvividly recreates the English-speaking Catholic world on the eve of the Second Vatican Council and then lays out in stark detail who derailed the Council's well-intentioned reforms.Listen to this episode to learn more!

56 MIN2019 DEC 12
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146 Stephen Bullivant: Mass Exodus

145 Barbara Svatek: Advent 101

On Wednesday, November 27, we had a special episode of RED-C Roundup:Advent 101with Judy Comeaux and her guest, Barbara Svatek. They talked all about the meaning of Advent, what traditions they have in their families, and what special things they do during Advent to prepare their homes and hearts for the coming of our Savior! Listen now to hear this special episode. You might learn something about Advent that you didn’t know!

57 MIN2019 DEC 6
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145 Barbara Svatek: Advent 101

144 Jim Olson: To Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligence

On Wednesday November 20, Pam Marvin talked with Jim Olson about one of his books,To Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligence. Mr. Olsonserved for over thirty years in the Directorate of Operations of the Central Intelligence Agencyand is now aProfessor of the Practice at the Bush School, where he teaches courses on intelligence and counterintelligence. He has a passion for counterintelligence, which is stopping foreign countries from stealing technology from the United States. One of the reasons he wrote the book,To Catch a Spy,is because he believes Americans aren’t truly aware of how badly we are being attacked by foreign intelligence services. He thinks Americans need to be informed about what’s going on so that we can work to form a solution, and he hopes that the book is a start to informing people about this issue of foreign intelligence. You can check outTo Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligencethrough the Amazon Smile Programhere.

57 MIN2019 NOV 26
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144 Jim Olson: To Catch a Spy: The Art of Counterintelligence

143 Dr. Michael Foley: The Beauty of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

On Wednesday November 13, in the first part of the show, host Gene Wilhelm talked about his “saint of the week”, Mother Frances Cabrini, who became the first American citizen to be canonized. You can learn more about this amazing womanhere! In the second part of the show, guest Dr. Michael Foley, Associate Professor of Patristics (the study of the Church Fathers), at Baylor University, and author of many Catholic books, including the popular bar book, Drinking with the Saints, that is also a great resource for observing the liturgical year. Dr. Foley talked about his love of patristics (especially St. Augustine), why the intellectual heritage of the Church can save the world, and his love of teaching at Baylor University as a Catholic intellectual. We hope you enjoy this episode!

56 MIN2019 NOV 25
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143 Dr. Michael Foley: The Beauty of the Catholic Intellectual Tradition

142 Rhonda Gruenewald: How to Increase Vocations

On Wednesday November 6, host Deacon Mike Beauvais spoke with Rhonda Gruenewald about how to increase vocations. In the first part of the show, Deacon Mike taught about St. Charles Borromeo and you can learn more about himhere. In the second part of the show, Deacon Mike talked with Rhonda Gruenewald, founder of Vocation Ministry, a non-profit established for the purpose of training both priests and laity on how to create a culture of vocations at their parishes.Rhonda is also theauthor ofHundredfold: A Guide to Parish Vocation Ministry, and a convert to the Catholic Faith! To hear about how to increase vocations in the Faith, listen to this episode now! And check out the Vocation Ministry Websitehere!

57 MIN2019 NOV 23
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142 Rhonda Gruenewald: How to Increase Vocations
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