with Fr. Dominic DeLay, OP

It is challenging to help young people find God in their world today. What can be done to help them?

In today’s interview Fr. Dominic Delay, OP, told Fr. Mike his own story of being bored with church. Now that he is a priest, he hopes that he can help make it alive for others, especially young people. Fr. Dominic works with campus ministry in colleges and universities. 

He told his own story of finding God through music and now he uses music, magic and movies to help others have a kind of religious experience that hopefully reveals God to them.

Fr. Dominic talked about movies he has made: Zola Jumped In as well as four shorts, including Soda Jerk.  You’ll want to hear his whole story!
Don’t miss Mud Puddle with Fr. Dominic Delay, OP. on November 18 and on:

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4)  Channel 17 Access San Bernardino (Sunday 5 pm PT)
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