Bishop John Quinn On What It Means To Be A Faithful Citizen

In this episode we are very excited to be joined by one of our great Minnesota Bishops. We’ll be talking about what it means to be a faithful citizen and live out the faith in the public arena. Bishop John Quinn will give us his perspective and reflect on his time as shepherd of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester. We are joined on the line by Bishop John Quinn of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester. The Diocese comprises twenty counties across Southern Minnesota with a Catholic population of about 130,000 Catholics in 107 parishes. The Diocese of Winona-Rochester sponsors Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary for college level students preparing for the priesthood, which is located adjacent to Saint Mary’s University in Winona. Saint Mary's University conferred an honorary doctorate of education upon Bishop Quinn at a university convocation on August 27, 2012.

In our mailbag segment we answer a question about making change in your very own neighborhood.

And of course, we want to leave you with some practical tips on how you can start to put your faith into action. In our bricklayer segment we have information on an upcoming opportunity for volunteers, business owners, and organization leaders.

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