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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

182 Sharing our Faith in Professional Settings: Dr. Roger Martinez, Jessica Lennerton, and Dr. Micah Green

This episode was a roundtable discussion about sharing our faith in professional settings! Former President of the Texas A&M University Catholic Faculty and Staff Network Dr. Roger Martinez, current President Jessica Lennerton, and President of the Christian Faculty Network Dr. Micah Green talked about sharing the faith in a professional setting. Tune in for a great conversation!

57 min4 d ago
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182 Sharing our Faith in Professional Settings: Dr. Roger Martinez, Jessica Lennerton, and Dr. Micah Green

181 Fr. Timothy Vaverek: Journey to the Priesthood

On Wednesday, September 9, host Gene Wilhelm spoke with Fr. Timothy Vaverek about his journey and discernment to the priesthood. Fr. Timothy is the pastor at St. Mary’s Church of the Assumption in West, Texas. In the first part of the show, Gene talked about saints of the day, Saint Peter Claver, a Jesuit from Barcelona who ministered on slave ships in Cartagena, Columbia, and blessed Frédéric Ozanam, an equal rights advocate who founded the Conference of Charity, later known as the Society of St. Vincent De Paul. In the second part of the show, Fr. Timothy shared his journey through discernment to the priesthood. Fr. Timothy got his undergrad in physics from Texas State in San Marcos, then pursued his graduate degree in theology. The Bishop asked him to complete his degree in theology in Rome, where he specialized in Dogmatics – the study of Church teaching. You’ll enjoy the way that Fr. Timothy takes very high theological concepts and connects them to the daily demands of liv...

57 min2 w ago
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181 Fr. Timothy Vaverek: Journey to the Priesthood

180 Dr. Michael Foley: Patristics

On Wednesday, September 2, host Deacon Mike Beauvais talked with Dr. Michael Foley, Professor of Patristics at Baylor University, and author of multiple books includingDrinking With the Saints: The Sinner’s Guide to a Holy Happy Hour.In the first part of the show, Deacon Mike talked about our two upcoming benefit dinners for KEDC and KYAR where Dr. Foley will be the guest speaker. You can register for the KEDC Benefit Dinnerhere! In the second part of the show, Dr. Foley brought together his twin studies of mixology (the art of making cocktails) and patristics (the study of the Church Fathers). He gave us the background on his bestsellerDrinking with the Saintsand provided some superb insights into St. Augustine’sConfessions, which he helped edit for a new edition not too many years back.Listen to the episode now!

57 min2 w ago
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180 Dr. Michael Foley: Patristics

179 Patricia Hefti: 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil

On Wednesday, August 26, host Judy Comeaux spoke with Patricia Hefti, leader of the 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil. In the first part of the show, Judy talked about St. Monica, who prayed for 21 years for the conversion of her husband and son, the son who later became St. Augustine. In the second half of the show, Patricia Hefti talked about the 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil and the beauty of 40 Days for Life and its mission. The 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil is apeacefulsidewalk protest, where Christians pray and fast in an effort to put an end to abortion. This year’s prayer vigil will be from September 23-November 1 in College Station on Texas Avenue in front of Torchy’s Tacos. Patricia and her husband have volunteered for 40 Days for Life since 2013. Patricia felt called in December 2018 to organize the first 40 Days for Life prayer vigil in 6 years, which took place in Fall of 2019. The pro-life message is vital in putting an end to abortion, and this 40 Days for Life Prayer V...

57 minSEP 1
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179 Patricia Hefti: 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil

178 Fr. Jason Bonifazi: Journey to the Priesthood

On Wednesday, August 26, host Pam Marvin spoke with Fr. Jason Bonifazi, new Pastor at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bryan. In the first part of the show, Pam talked about hope during this back to school time, and the Saint of the Day, St. John Eudes, a French priest and founder of both the Order of Our Lady of Charity and the Congregation of Jesus and Mary. In the second half of the show, Fr. Jason talked about his life story and path to the priesthood. His first assignment as a Deacon was at St. Anthony’s, in Bryan, where his father is from. Fr. Jason was not raised in the Catholic Faith; his mother became Mormon during his upbringing and he grew up in that faith. It was in high school that he stopped going to church and had lots of issues with Mormonism. He began exploring the Catholic Church and going to RCIA while attending Sam Houston. As Fr. Jason began discerning the priesthood, he went to the Philippines on a missionary trip and was assigned to work in the seminary. He talk...

57 minSEP 1
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178 Fr. Jason Bonifazi: Journey to the Priesthood

177 CT: Life Story and Military Experience

On Wednesday, August 12, host Gene Wilhelm spoke with former special operative “CT” about his life story and military experience which showcases the power of prayer during times of adversity. In the first part of the show, Gene talked about Saint Jane Frances de Chantal, protégé of St. Francis de Sales and founder of the Sisters of the Visitation. In the second half of the show, Gene began his conversation with “CT” by talking about his time in the Army Reserve, but desiring move to active duty, while also attending Texas A&M University. “CT" eventually did transition to the active Army and achieved his goal of becoming a Special Forces soldier, one of America’s elite “Green Berets.”Now a veteran, he is currently part of Team Red White and Blue, a non-profit whose mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their local community through physical and social activity, while helping with mental health as well. He talked about the significant im...

57 minAUG 19
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177 CT: Life Story and Military Experience

176 Dr. Robert J. Matava: The Christendom Project

On Wednesday August 5, Deacon Mike Beauvais spoke with Dr. Robert J. Matava, an Associate Professor and Dean of the Graduate School of Theology at Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia, about the Christendom Project, a great opportunity for students at different universities to gain a new appreciation for their faith while working toward a potential degree in theology at Christendom. Christendom is a small, Catholic, liberal arts college in the Shenandoah River Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. Dr. Matava said what makes Christendom College unique is “its dedication to the Catholic Faith and educating people in accordance with the Magisterium.” The Christendom project is designed specifically for undergraduate students at public or private universities. Students can take livestream courses from anywhere in the country. These are for-credit courses requiring class work and payment of tuition per credit hour. Dr. Matava said the Christendom project is intended t...

57 minAUG 15
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176 Dr. Robert J. Matava: The Christendom Project

175 Fr. Paul-Michael Piega: Called to the Priesthood

On Wednesday, July 29, Pam Marvin invited Fr. Paul-Michael Piega on the show to talk about his journey to the priesthood. Fr. Paul-Michael is a Texas A&M graduate and is one of two new associate pastors at St. Mary’s Catholic Center in College Station. The first part of the show, Pam talked about St. Martha, as the day's Gospel reading was from Matthew where Lazarus died and Martha boldly said to Jesus, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died!” In the second half of the show, Fr. Paul told his story about becoming a priest. He talked about what a powerful impact St. Mary’s Catholic Center had on him when he was a student at Texas A&M and how God used his time here to discern his vocation to the priesthood.

57 minAUG 8
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175 Fr. Paul-Michael Piega: Called to the Priesthood

174 Gail Peterson: Simplifying Your Life

On Wednesday July 22, Judy Comeaux talked with Gail Peterson about simplicity. In the first part of the show, Judy talked about St. Mary Magdalene as today is her feast day. Mary Magdalene was a Jewish woman who traveled with Jesus, and was a witness to the crucifixion and its aftermath. She is even sometimes referred to as an apostle to the apostles. Judy also spoke with Allison Sullivan in the first half of the show about a GoFundMe account to help those in the Bryan College Station area with electric bills they are behind on. You can help out here! In the second half of the show, Gail Peterson talked about practicing simplicity in our lives, using St. Francis of Assisi as an example for that lifestyle. Gail and Judy discussed not only physical things like junk in your house, but other things like mental health, physical fitness, and digital simplicity. They talked about not holding onto all these extra things that God wants us to let go of in order to simplify our lives and grow ...

57 minAUG 8
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174 Gail Peterson: Simplifying Your Life

173 Fr. Greg Gerhart: Dos & Don'ts of Dating

On Wednesday, July 15, Pam Marvin talked with the newly assigned Vocations Director for the Diocese of Austin, Fr. Greg Gerhart, about dating. In the first part of the show, Megan Silas, Pam’s co-host on the new podcast, Shoulder to Shoulder, talked about St. Bonaventure, a Franciscan priest who united the pastoral and practical aspects of life with the doctrines of the Church in an appealing way. In the second half of the show, Fr. Greg spoke about the dos and don’ts of dating. Fr. Greg said we should treat dating as a means to an end, and that end is marriage. He went through the 5 stages you would go through to get married: 1) being single 2) dating 3) courting 4) engaged 5) married. Listen to this episode (whatever your state in life) for some beautiful insight on dating and marriage from Fr. Greg! Now, go and love your neighbor!

57 minAUG 7
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173 Fr. Greg Gerhart: Dos & Don'ts of Dating

Latest Episodes

182 Sharing our Faith in Professional Settings: Dr. Roger Martinez, Jessica Lennerton, and Dr. Micah Green

This episode was a roundtable discussion about sharing our faith in professional settings! Former President of the Texas A&M University Catholic Faculty and Staff Network Dr. Roger Martinez, current President Jessica Lennerton, and President of the Christian Faculty Network Dr. Micah Green talked about sharing the faith in a professional setting. Tune in for a great conversation!

57 min4 d ago
Comments
182 Sharing our Faith in Professional Settings: Dr. Roger Martinez, Jessica Lennerton, and Dr. Micah Green

181 Fr. Timothy Vaverek: Journey to the Priesthood

On Wednesday, September 9, host Gene Wilhelm spoke with Fr. Timothy Vaverek about his journey and discernment to the priesthood. Fr. Timothy is the pastor at St. Mary’s Church of the Assumption in West, Texas. In the first part of the show, Gene talked about saints of the day, Saint Peter Claver, a Jesuit from Barcelona who ministered on slave ships in Cartagena, Columbia, and blessed Frédéric Ozanam, an equal rights advocate who founded the Conference of Charity, later known as the Society of St. Vincent De Paul. In the second part of the show, Fr. Timothy shared his journey through discernment to the priesthood. Fr. Timothy got his undergrad in physics from Texas State in San Marcos, then pursued his graduate degree in theology. The Bishop asked him to complete his degree in theology in Rome, where he specialized in Dogmatics – the study of Church teaching. You’ll enjoy the way that Fr. Timothy takes very high theological concepts and connects them to the daily demands of liv...

57 min2 w ago
Comments
181 Fr. Timothy Vaverek: Journey to the Priesthood

180 Dr. Michael Foley: Patristics

On Wednesday, September 2, host Deacon Mike Beauvais talked with Dr. Michael Foley, Professor of Patristics at Baylor University, and author of multiple books includingDrinking With the Saints: The Sinner’s Guide to a Holy Happy Hour.In the first part of the show, Deacon Mike talked about our two upcoming benefit dinners for KEDC and KYAR where Dr. Foley will be the guest speaker. You can register for the KEDC Benefit Dinnerhere! In the second part of the show, Dr. Foley brought together his twin studies of mixology (the art of making cocktails) and patristics (the study of the Church Fathers). He gave us the background on his bestsellerDrinking with the Saintsand provided some superb insights into St. Augustine’sConfessions, which he helped edit for a new edition not too many years back.Listen to the episode now!

57 min2 w ago
Comments
180 Dr. Michael Foley: Patristics

179 Patricia Hefti: 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil

On Wednesday, August 26, host Judy Comeaux spoke with Patricia Hefti, leader of the 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil. In the first part of the show, Judy talked about St. Monica, who prayed for 21 years for the conversion of her husband and son, the son who later became St. Augustine. In the second half of the show, Patricia Hefti talked about the 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil and the beauty of 40 Days for Life and its mission. The 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil is apeacefulsidewalk protest, where Christians pray and fast in an effort to put an end to abortion. This year’s prayer vigil will be from September 23-November 1 in College Station on Texas Avenue in front of Torchy’s Tacos. Patricia and her husband have volunteered for 40 Days for Life since 2013. Patricia felt called in December 2018 to organize the first 40 Days for Life prayer vigil in 6 years, which took place in Fall of 2019. The pro-life message is vital in putting an end to abortion, and this 40 Days for Life Prayer V...

57 minSEP 1
Comments
179 Patricia Hefti: 40 Days for Life Prayer Vigil

178 Fr. Jason Bonifazi: Journey to the Priesthood

On Wednesday, August 26, host Pam Marvin spoke with Fr. Jason Bonifazi, new Pastor at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Bryan. In the first part of the show, Pam talked about hope during this back to school time, and the Saint of the Day, St. John Eudes, a French priest and founder of both the Order of Our Lady of Charity and the Congregation of Jesus and Mary. In the second half of the show, Fr. Jason talked about his life story and path to the priesthood. His first assignment as a Deacon was at St. Anthony’s, in Bryan, where his father is from. Fr. Jason was not raised in the Catholic Faith; his mother became Mormon during his upbringing and he grew up in that faith. It was in high school that he stopped going to church and had lots of issues with Mormonism. He began exploring the Catholic Church and going to RCIA while attending Sam Houston. As Fr. Jason began discerning the priesthood, he went to the Philippines on a missionary trip and was assigned to work in the seminary. He talk...

57 minSEP 1
Comments
178 Fr. Jason Bonifazi: Journey to the Priesthood

177 CT: Life Story and Military Experience

On Wednesday, August 12, host Gene Wilhelm spoke with former special operative “CT” about his life story and military experience which showcases the power of prayer during times of adversity. In the first part of the show, Gene talked about Saint Jane Frances de Chantal, protégé of St. Francis de Sales and founder of the Sisters of the Visitation. In the second half of the show, Gene began his conversation with “CT” by talking about his time in the Army Reserve, but desiring move to active duty, while also attending Texas A&M University. “CT" eventually did transition to the active Army and achieved his goal of becoming a Special Forces soldier, one of America’s elite “Green Berets.”Now a veteran, he is currently part of Team Red White and Blue, a non-profit whose mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their local community through physical and social activity, while helping with mental health as well. He talked about the significant im...

57 minAUG 19
Comments
177 CT: Life Story and Military Experience

176 Dr. Robert J. Matava: The Christendom Project

On Wednesday August 5, Deacon Mike Beauvais spoke with Dr. Robert J. Matava, an Associate Professor and Dean of the Graduate School of Theology at Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia, about the Christendom Project, a great opportunity for students at different universities to gain a new appreciation for their faith while working toward a potential degree in theology at Christendom. Christendom is a small, Catholic, liberal arts college in the Shenandoah River Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. Dr. Matava said what makes Christendom College unique is “its dedication to the Catholic Faith and educating people in accordance with the Magisterium.” The Christendom project is designed specifically for undergraduate students at public or private universities. Students can take livestream courses from anywhere in the country. These are for-credit courses requiring class work and payment of tuition per credit hour. Dr. Matava said the Christendom project is intended t...

57 minAUG 15
Comments
176 Dr. Robert J. Matava: The Christendom Project

175 Fr. Paul-Michael Piega: Called to the Priesthood

On Wednesday, July 29, Pam Marvin invited Fr. Paul-Michael Piega on the show to talk about his journey to the priesthood. Fr. Paul-Michael is a Texas A&M graduate and is one of two new associate pastors at St. Mary’s Catholic Center in College Station. The first part of the show, Pam talked about St. Martha, as the day's Gospel reading was from Matthew where Lazarus died and Martha boldly said to Jesus, “Lord, if you had been here, my brother would not have died!” In the second half of the show, Fr. Paul told his story about becoming a priest. He talked about what a powerful impact St. Mary’s Catholic Center had on him when he was a student at Texas A&M and how God used his time here to discern his vocation to the priesthood.

57 minAUG 8
Comments
175 Fr. Paul-Michael Piega: Called to the Priesthood

174 Gail Peterson: Simplifying Your Life

On Wednesday July 22, Judy Comeaux talked with Gail Peterson about simplicity. In the first part of the show, Judy talked about St. Mary Magdalene as today is her feast day. Mary Magdalene was a Jewish woman who traveled with Jesus, and was a witness to the crucifixion and its aftermath. She is even sometimes referred to as an apostle to the apostles. Judy also spoke with Allison Sullivan in the first half of the show about a GoFundMe account to help those in the Bryan College Station area with electric bills they are behind on. You can help out here! In the second half of the show, Gail Peterson talked about practicing simplicity in our lives, using St. Francis of Assisi as an example for that lifestyle. Gail and Judy discussed not only physical things like junk in your house, but other things like mental health, physical fitness, and digital simplicity. They talked about not holding onto all these extra things that God wants us to let go of in order to simplify our lives and grow ...

57 minAUG 8
Comments
174 Gail Peterson: Simplifying Your Life

173 Fr. Greg Gerhart: Dos & Don'ts of Dating

On Wednesday, July 15, Pam Marvin talked with the newly assigned Vocations Director for the Diocese of Austin, Fr. Greg Gerhart, about dating. In the first part of the show, Megan Silas, Pam’s co-host on the new podcast, Shoulder to Shoulder, talked about St. Bonaventure, a Franciscan priest who united the pastoral and practical aspects of life with the doctrines of the Church in an appealing way. In the second half of the show, Fr. Greg spoke about the dos and don’ts of dating. Fr. Greg said we should treat dating as a means to an end, and that end is marriage. He went through the 5 stages you would go through to get married: 1) being single 2) dating 3) courting 4) engaged 5) married. Listen to this episode (whatever your state in life) for some beautiful insight on dating and marriage from Fr. Greg! Now, go and love your neighbor!

57 minAUG 7
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173 Fr. Greg Gerhart: Dos & Don'ts of Dating
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