Beyond The Beacon

16: Coffee with Kupke podcast

July 06, 2023 Diocese Of Paterson Season 1 Episode 16
Beyond The Beacon
16: Coffee with Kupke podcast
Show Notes

Join Bishop Kevin Sweeney and Communications Director Jai Agnish for episode 16 of Beyond The Beacon, a podcast of the Diocese of Paterson, N.J.  They invite Monsignor Ray Kupke and Father Paul Manning to the show to discuss their new podcast, Coffee with Kupke. Father Manning is the vicar for evangelization for the diocese and executive director of St. Paul Inside the Walls, the evangelization center for the Diocese of Paterson. Msgr. Kupke is our diocesan archivist, a historian who teaches at Seton Hall University, and pastor of St. Anthony in Hawthorne. The two share some fun historical anecdotes and discuss their other work with the diocese. Coffee with Kupke is available wherever you listen to your podcasts.  A video version is also available on the St. Paul Inside the Walls YouTube channel: 

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Show Notes:

Produced by Jai Agnish and Bishop Kevin Sweeney for the Diocese of Paterson. 
Engineered by Jai Agnish. 
Illustrations by Dennis Dalelio.
Music by Jai Agnish.
The introduction song is the theme music for Coffee with Kupke.

The Paul Street Journal is all about Catholic Economics. From discussing the economic principles in scripture, to answering economic questions, this show will help you make economic decisions with the heart of the Church. Hosts: Freddy Garcia and Brian Honsberger. Available wherever you get podcasts, or watch on St. Paul Inside the Walls YouTube channel:

On Coffee with Kupke, we have a cup of coffee and sit down with diocesan archivist, Monsignor Raymond Kupke Ph.D., to delve into the history of Catholicism in the Diocese of Paterson, N.J. Hosted by Father Paul Manning and Msgr. Kupke. Listen to Coffee with Kupke wherever you get your podcasts, or watch it on the St. Paul Inside the Walls YouTube channel here: