L-R: Mara Wedweck and Suprina Berenyi
On JustLove Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Mara Wedweck, Co-Founder of PopFit Kids about her FUNctional fitness program dedicated to building life-long healthy habits for kids. Msgr. Sullivan also speaks with Suprina Berenyi, Founder of Suprema Gourmet about the health related benefits of the dietary codes in the Old Testament.
L-R: David C. Speedie and Sister Diana Momeka
On this week’s JustLove episode, guests discuss the current situation with ISIS abroad. Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Sister Diana Momeka, Dominican Sisters of St. Catherine of Sienna, Iraq. Sister Momeka describes the situation with ISIS in Iraq and what listeners can do to help. David C. Speedie, Director of U.S. Global Engagement Program, is also on the show and he speaks with Msgr. about ISIS’ expansion in the Middle East and the UN’s fears.
“Scherenschnitte” and “nunatak” were the final winning words of the National Spelling Bee contest for co-winners, Vanya and Gokul.
Just for fun I did a quick spell check. My spell checker failed. It highlighted both words as misspelled and with no suggested correction.
For the record – I cannot spell them, I do not know what they mean. I cannot use them in a sentence. …And, I don’t really feel too bad that I can’t.
So I declare one little victory for human teenage brain power over machine error!! — Maybe this also suggests just a tad more hesitancy when we hear or use the phrase: “that’s the answer my computer gave me.”
Read more in the Wall Street Journal.
L-R: Danielle Weisberg , Carly Zakin,and Vanessa Tucker
This episode features three guests: Danielle Weisberg , Carly Zakin, founders of the Skimm and Vanessa Tucker, Vice President of Analysis at Freedom House. On the show, Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Vanessa Tucker about how her organization has been dedicated to the expansion of freedom around the world since 1941. Msgr. Sullivan also speaks with guests, Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin, on their e-newsletter and their thoughts on today’s media landscape.
L-R: Edmond and Bonafice
On JustLove Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Gary Edmond, President and CEO of Food for the Hungry about his organization helping those in Nepal. They also discuss combating hunger and the spread of foreign aid. Also on the show is Fr. Boniface Tigga SJ, Regional Superior, at the Nepal Region of Patna Province of the Society of Jesus. They discuss Fr. Boniface’s work helping those in need.
L-R: Mr. Bryant and Chatman
On JustLove, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan speaks with those committed to improving life outcomes for all youth and especially African American males. On the show, Msgr. discusses with Rev. Jamal Bryant, pastor of the Empowerment Temple AME Church in Baltimore, about Freddie Gray and the church’s response. Also on the show is Chris P. Chatmon, Executive Director of African American Male Achievement for the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD). They speak about his work with youth of color.
L-R: Maria Harley and Rudy Lopez
On this week’s JustLove, Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Maria Harley, VP of Operations at Gravity Payments and Rudy Lopez, Executive Director of Interfaith Worker Justice. On the show, Msgr. discusses with Ms. Harley about her company’s CEO, Dan Price, raising his employees’ base pay to $70,000. With Rudy Lopez, Msgr. focuses on raising the minimum wage to $15/hour.
L-R: Longbottom and Brown
On this week’s JustLove episode, Msgr. Sullivan focuses on the Pope’s Environmental Encyclical and the environment. He speaks with Donald Brown, Professor at Widener University School of Law, on the topic of ethics and climate change. Also on the show is Henry Longbottom, Blogger for Green Jesuit. Longbottom speaks with Msgr. about the encyclical and his article, “Why I’d Rather be a Hypocrite Than a Cynic.” from The Jesuit Post.
L-R: Edin and Clark
What if everything you knew about poverty was wrong? That’s what Msgr. Sullivan investigates with Dr. Kathryn Edin, Professor of Sociology at Johns Hopkins University in their discussion on JustLove. Msgr. Sullivan also speaks with Gregory Clark, Professor of Economics at UC Davis about “The Son Always Rises;” a book tracking social mobility in families over time.
L-R: Fornieri and Winters
Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Michael Sean Winters, Columnist for the National Catholic Reporter, about the current political climate. Also on the show is Joseph R. Fornieri, Professor of Political Science at Rochester Institute of Technology. Msgr speaks with Professor Fornieri about Abraham Lincoln.