Classic We Believe
'Classic We Believe' is drawn from the archives of Nashville Catholic Rado. These timeless broadcasts with Deacon Jim Walsh and Methodist Minister Dr. Richard Shriver feature an engaging and fun discussion of things our common faiths share. Their award-winning programs have helped bridge the understanding between us and enlightened us all. Here these curated programs every Tuesday at 11am.
'Belonging' is a place where young Catholic adults can find connection, rest, and encouragement on their journey with Jesus Christ.
The show is hosted by Zach Jansan, a recent graduate of Belmont University. Zach is a musician and runs his own landscaping business. He felt the call of the Holy Spirit to host a show where Catholic adults can find their way in this early part of their adult life.
His cohost is Father Gervan Menezes, the chaplain for University Catholic (a ministry serving the needs of Vanderbilt, Belmont, and all students in middle Tennessee). Listen Thursdays at 11am on 100.5FM or stream it here on WBOU.ORG.
Dr. Par hosts his show, Parenting Matters.
The series has four main goals. 1) Supporting parents as the primary and most important teachers of their children. 2) Emphasizing religion as fundamental in raising children of integrity directed by a strong moral compass. 3) Offering parents a path leading their kids to be men and women of character. 4) Reaching out to single parents in their special role.
Dr. Par jokes that parenting is more than changing diapers and taxiing kids to soccer practice. Some of the areas he will address include, defining what parenting really is, and what role religion, prayer, and discipline have in the process.
Other topics; cell phones, peers, education, music, violence, diet, health habits, drugs, alcohol, sex, and on and on. There will be plenty of topics and suggestions that can make a parent’s job easier and more productive.
Each show will be half an hour and begin with a short monologue by our host. This will be followed with comments by, and an interview with, a special guest expert. Our great city is blessed with experts on many subjects and we will make good use of them. The second half of the show will be a panel discussion with our expert; a local couple interested in the subject; and our host, Dr. Par. Each show ends with assigned “Homework” and an invitation to go to this web page and comment on the show and submit the homework. “There’ll be no tests, and no grades,” Par jests.
You’ll find a tab, on the “Parenting Matters” page, to comment on the show, ask questions, and suggest issues you would like to hear discussed. Here you can also volunteer to be a participant on the show.
If you do not live in Nashville, you can hear the show at WBOU.Org or NashvilleCatholic Radio.org. If these times are not convenient for you or your family, listen to a Pod-cast on this web site anytime night or day!
While listening to other shows on WBOU you will hear “Parenting Moments” by Dr. Par, and/or “Marriage Moments” by marriage and family counselor, John Bosio. These short tips are in the place of commercial advertisements. If you like what you hear please consider making a donation to the show or the station.