Catholic Moments #93 - Maura Hagarty and Brian Kravec


On this week’s podcast, we share interviews with Brian Kravec and Maura Hagarty.  Brian is a parishioner at St. Patrick’s Parish in Merced, California and has been integral in planning the parish’s upcoming event featuring Immaculée Ilibagiza.  Maura Hagarty is part of the team who created a great new resource for Catholic “tweens” entitled The Catholic Connections Handbook for Middle Schoolers.


Deacon Tom Fox shares a refreshing Lenten reflection this week entitled “Donuts during Lent”.

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  1. Susan Patrick on

    I wanted to say, “thank you” to Brian Kravec. I was looking on the web and stumbled upon this website. I can not tell you how surprised I was to see Brian pictured there. I wanted him to know, although I believe that he does already know, that the power of prayer works! I want to thank him from the bottom of my heart for long ago praying for me. I believe that because of his prayers, God listened, and both myself and my family found Christ. Because of his prayers to our father, my life has been forever changed. Sometimes, we never learn whose lives we have touched and how profoundly we may have changed those lives. I hope that Brian will receive this message of thanks. Our God is a Glorious God! I will pray for his grass roots ministry that it may flourish to the ends of the earth.
    All the glory to Him,

  2. Brian K Kravec on

    God Bless you, and your family, Susan. Be assured of my continued prayers and please, always, pray for God’s will to unfold everyday in the lives of my beautiful family.

    Peace and blessings,

    In the Two Hearts,


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