Wouldn’t it be great if you were so in love with God that you had to sing – and even dance? This program talks about doing just that!

Fr. Mike interviews John West of The Valyermo Dancers, a group dedicated to prayer dancing. They discuss the times in the Bible, especially with King David, when dancing is mentioned.  John sees dancing as prayer reclaiming something that is legitimately ours. Perhaps Puritanism stifled this desire. He sees it in light of the Incarnation.

Fr. Mike relates his experience at a Mass in Ghana where dancing is a normal part of the entrance and offertory procession. Quite an experience!

Fr. Mike and John spend some times discussion dance and worship as freeing oneself to be in the moment with God.
You won’t want to miss this exciting interview with excerpts of The Valyermo Dancers.  See Dancing with God on:
​​​1)  TCT on Sundays at 7:00 AM ET
2)  YouTube (Wordnet Productions);
3)  Diocesan Networks of Dubuque, Fresno, and Yonkers;
4)  Channel 17 Access San Bernardino (Sunday 5 pm PT)
5)  Our website (www.wordnet.tv) 24/7. 
HABITAT HOMES with Dennis Baxter

Now more than ever we live in a world where there are too many people who have no place to live. Habitat for Humanity is doing their part in helping to solve that problem around the globe.

In the 1970s Millard and Linda Fuller were 29 year old millionaires who were having trouble with their marriage. Little did they dream that resolving that problem would lead them to establishing Habitat for Humanity, building homes for people who were struggling.

In this interview by Fr. Mike, he discusses Habitat with Dennis Baxter, Executive Director for the San Bernardino Area. They talk about the theology of the hammer, how families are chosen for the homes, and what they need to give in sweat equity to obtain the home.

Dennis talks about his motivation in pursuing such a career.
Find out about this wonderful organization by watching Habitat Homes with Dennis Baxter.

"I cannot endure to waste anything as precious as autumn sunshine by staying in the house. So I spend almost all the daylight hours in the open air."   Nathaniel Hawthorne