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Spirit and Life™
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Hosted by the brother-sister team of Franciscan Fr. Albert Haase and Ursuline Sr. Bridget Haase, Spirit and Life™ examines traditional aspects of Catholic spirituality and how they are lived out and experienced by 21st century Catholics. Adapted from their popular segments on Morning Air®, Spirit and Life with Father Albert and Sister Bridget draws the listener in, encouraging them to grow in their Catholic faith with infectious laughter and conversation.
Spirit and Life debuted in March 2010
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Sr. Bridget Haase, OSU, is a member of the Ursuline Sisters, and holds an MA in Religious Studies. She has ministered in Appalachia, Mexico and Africa. She presently serves as coordinator of the spirituality program at The Boston Home, a long-term care facility for people with multiple sclerosis and other degenerative neurological diseases. Sr. Bridget has been featured on the Making a Difference segment of NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. She gives parish missions, days of reflection and inspirational talks throughout the United States. Visit her website at www.wisdomwonder.com.
Ordained a Franciscan priest in 1983, Fr. Albert Haase, OFM is a popular preacher, teacher, spiritual director and radio personality. A former missionary to mainland China for over eleven years, he is the author of five books on popular spirituality. He is the director of the International Institute for Clergy Formation based at Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ. Visit his web site at