Sounds and Words, A Podcast with a Difference explores the somewhat crowded intersection of the arts and faith, but it aims to take frequent detours across new and largely unexplored neighboring areas of interest. Created by author Karl Erickson who joined the Catholic Church with his wife and children in 2015, the podcast delves into many areas of great interest to today's Catholic community--as well as those still spiritually searching. One week, for instance, it may focus on a visit to Rome or London, while the next show may explore the meaning of sacred space or even take a hard look at the current political environment. Topics will vary across these general themes. Listeners may also share their preferences with the podcaster through e-mail or social media contacts. Expect new podcasts to be shared every several weeks, or so. The length will be an average of twenty minutes until the show gains a following.
If you are looking for fresh and timely content that remains largely timeless in its explorations, then you need look no further than "Sounds and Words."
Title: A Conversation with Wingham Rowan, Speaker and Gig Economy Expert
October 14th, 2019
Today on the Sounds and Words podcast, my guest is Wingham Rowan, former television journalist, current speaker, author, and Gig Economy expert. If you… Go to Episode
September 30th, 2019
Today's podcast on Sounds and Words features Virginia Pillars, author, speaker, and mental health volunteer and advocate. Our conversation explores her… Go to Episode
September 9th, 2019
Professor Meg Roland visits Sounds and Words today from Concordia University. She is also a former professor and academic advisor of mine… Go to Episode
September 3rd, 2019
Today's podcast features author, lecturer, and Ignatius Insight editor Carl E. Olson. Raised in a Protestant family where Catholicism was not looked… Go to Episode