How They Love Mary

Episode Archive

Episode Archive

239 episodes of How They Love Mary since the first episode, which aired on March 29th, 2019.

  • Episode 153: St. Therese Showered Roses On Him with Jacob Rudd

    June 7th, 2022  |  50 mins 4 secs
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    Jacob Rudd has answered a call from God as a husband, father, and Catholic musician. A local to the Green Bay Diocese, Fr. Edward has known Jacob for many years. He's always been impressed by his music, especially his song about St. Therese. Learn how St. Therese showered roses on Jacob and be sure to listen to the end, otherwise you'll miss his song "Roses."

  • Episode 152: Discover New Titles of Our Lady for Your Personal Devotion with Christine Valters Paintner

    June 2nd, 2022  |  38 mins 57 secs
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    Christine Valters Paintner has written a new book about Mary that Fr. Edward fell in love with. It happens to be competing in Amazon rankings with his new book but Christine's book is too good not to share. There are so many different titles for the Blessed Mother, and in her new book Birthing the Holy, Christine Valters Paintner offers us reflections on 31 titles. Some you will be familiar with and others will be new to you as they were for Fr. Edward. In this episode you'll discover new titles for Our Lady that you will begin invoking and thinking about in your daily life.

  • Episode 151: Adele Brise Saw America's Mary in Champion, Wisconsin with Marge Fenelon

    May 31st, 2022  |  53 mins 29 secs
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    Marge Fenelon is a Catholic author and journalist living in Wisconsin. Her strong Marian devotion comes from her background in the Schoenstatt movement, and as a Wisconsinite, she has visited the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help on many occasions. Today, she joins Fr. Edward Looney to talk about the visionary Adele Brise, the message Our Lady entrusted to her, and how Adele and all of us can live that message.

  • Episode 150: Praying for the Poor Souls Isn't Just for November with Kristen Van Uden

    May 26th, 2022  |  39 mins 13 secs
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    Memorial Day is this weekend and many people will visit cemeteries, decorating their graves of loved ones, and offering prayers for their happy repose. In this episode. Fr. Edward Looney speaks with Kristen Van Uden from Sophia Institute Press about two recent books they published about Purgatory. If you have questions about Purgatory, hopefully she answers them! We talk about sources of the writers, what is Purgatory like, how do our prayers help, and is there time in Purgatory.

  • Episode 149: Stories about Mother Angelica from a Friar Who Knew Her with Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe, MFVA

    May 23rd, 2022  |  38 mins 3 secs
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    Fr. Edward Looney speaks with Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe, a Franciscan Missionary of the Eternal Word who left his career to help Mother Angelica with the network and who then eventually became an EWTN priest. In this conversation breaking down lesson four of Fr. Looney's book How They Love Mary, Fr. Joseph shares memories from his life working alongside Mother Angelica.

  • Episode 148: The Marian Devotion and Legacy of Pope St. John Paul II with Patrick Novecosky

    May 19th, 2022  |  38 mins 54 secs
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    In Fr. Edward's latest book How They Love Mary, he did not feature Pope St. John Paul II, but he was the pope for the first part of Father's life. Fr. Michael Gaitley and Jason Evert had already written about Pope St. John Paul II and Mary, so he was omitted. With the recent anniversary of May 13 and his birthday on May 18, it seems only appropriate to talk about the Marian Pope who was devoted to Our Lady and the rosary. Author Patrick Novecosky joins Fr. Edward to share about his own personal love and devotion to John Paul II.

  • Episode 147: The Miracles of St. Padre Pio of Pietrelcina with Nicholas Salkowski

    May 16th, 2022  |  39 mins 53 secs
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    The National Center for Padre Pio in Pennsylvania stands as as a testimony to the miraculous intercession of Padre Pio in the ancestral line of Nicholas Salkowski, whose immediate family also experienced a miracle. St. Padre Pio is one of those household saint names popular among Catholics today. Learn more about Padre Pio, his devotion to Mary, and the National Center for Padre Pio in this conversation between Fr. Edward Looney and Nicholas Salkowski.

  • Episode 146: A Franciscan Friar Talks about the Franciscan Family and St. Francis with Fr. Paschal, MFVA

    May 10th, 2022  |  58 mins 23 secs
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    Fr. Paschal from the Franciscan Missionaries of the Eternal Word inspired Fr. Edward's chapter about St. Francis in the book How They Love Mary. In this conversation, Fr. Edward tries to understand how many different orders of Franciscans there are, why the Franciscans have custodianship of the Holy Land, and how St. Francis loved Mary.

  • Episode 145: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Mary Gardens and A Tidbit on Beekeeping with Neena Gaynor

    May 5th, 2022  |  42 mins 27 secs
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    We crown Mary with flowers during the month of May and people often leave flowers by her statues. But did you know there is a custom of flowers evoking different attributes of Mary? In this episode, Neena Gaynor, author of "A Garden for Mary" shares about the tradition of Mary Gardens and at the end she shares about being a beekeeper too.

  • Episode 144: The Priestly Holiness of Saint Damien of Molokai with Fr. Ervin Caliente

    May 2nd, 2022  |  43 mins 56 secs
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    Lesson 1 of Fr. Looney's newest book examines the Marian devotion of St. Damien of Molokai. He speaks with Fr. Ervin Caliente, a classmate of Fr. Looney's from seminary, who actually spent time assisting in the parish where St. Damien of Molokai served. Learn more about the need for holy priests and how St. Damien of Molokai is a shining example.

  • Episode 143: Sister Patricia is a Nun following in the Footsteps of Venerable Maria of Agreda

    April 28th, 2022  |  28 mins
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    Fr. Edward recently visited Spain and had the opportunity to visit Agreda and venerate the incorrupt body of Venerable Maria of Agreda, celebrate Mass in the monastery, and interview Sister Patricia about life in the convent founded Venerable Maria of Agreda.

  • Episode 142: Is there a coming Marian apocalypse? What is Marian Apocalypticism? With D.W. Lafferty

    April 25th, 2022  |  42 mins 42 secs
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    Fr. Edward Looney dives into the topic of the apocalypse, Mary's role in the apocalypse, and what we should make of Marian Apocalypticism in this week's conversation with D.W. Lafferty.

  • Episode 141: The Message of Our Lady of America and St. Joseph to Sr. Mary Ephrem (Mildred Neuzil) with Monsignor Arthur Calkins

    April 18th, 2022  |  1 hr 3 mins
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    In 2021, six US bishops issued a statement about the apparitions by Sr. Mildred Neuzil and said they could not nor would not authenticate them as supernatural. One of the reasons pertained to messages from St. Joseph regarding is role in salvation. In this conversation, Monsignor Arthur Calkins explains to us the Church's teaching about co-redemption and mediation of grace and we learn more about the messages and significance of this 20th century US Marian apparition.

  • Episode 140: He Knew Father Stu in Real Life with Fr. Bart Tolleson

    April 14th, 2022  |  22 mins 50 secs
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    The Catholic world is all a buzz about Father Stu, the new movie starring Mark Wahlberg who plays Father Stuart Long. Father Stu is a moving film about a man who overcame all odds to become a priest. Mark Wahlberg portrays Father Stu, but Fr. Bart Tolleson knew him in real life and joins Fr. Edward Looney today to share stories about his friend.

  • Episode 139: When Science Meets Faith in Eucharistic Miracles with Dr. Stacy Trasancos

    April 11th, 2022  |  50 mins 40 secs
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    Dr. Stacy Trasancos is a Catholic convert, mom, author, and chemist who wants to help people realize that science and faith are not at odds. She writes about the intersection of faith and science and has done so in her new book she co-authored with Fr. George Eliot called "Behold It is I." In this conversation with Fr. Edward Looney, Dr. Trasancos speaks about Christ's true presence in the Eucharist as manifested through Eucharistic miracles.

  • Episode 138: Look for your Unexpected Blessings with Roma Downey

    April 4th, 2022  |  35 mins 49 secs
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    In her latest book, Unexpected Blessings: 90 Inspirations to Nourish Your Soul and Open Your Heart, Actress and Producer Roma Downey looks back over her life and shares the unexpected blessings of her childhood and acting career. Hear her in this conversation with Fr. Edward Looney as she shares about her years on Touched by an Angel and friendship with Della Reese.