Hosts and Guests

What makes Numinous FM special are the people who share their lives with us and keep the conversation going. These are “our people” and we are blessed to work with them.

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Norah Taylor
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Norah Taylor is from Baltimore, MD and is a junior at a Catholic high school. Norah enjoys reading, mountain biking, ballet, and spending time in nature in her free time. She loves beginning Daily Mass at her school and her favorite saint is St. Elizabeth of the Trinity.

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Patrick Sullivan
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Patrick is the Headmaster of Divine Mercy Academy, a  classical K-8 school in the Catholic tradition in Maryland. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Loyola University Maryland and a Master’s degree in Theology from the University of Notre Dame.

Raised in an Irish-Catholic home, Patrick learned early on the importance of great stories, rich songs, devotion to the Blessed Sacrament and, of course, the joy of vibrant family life. Hailing from Long Island, he also learned that the best pizza and bagels can only be found back home. Today, Patrick is an avid long distance runner and competitive marathoner. When not at school or out running, he loves spending  time with his wife and daughters - usually reading plenty of books, playing with Lego, and watching the NY Mets.

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Peter Daub
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Husband.  Father of 5 boys.  Born and raised Catholic.  Peter and his wife operate a 10 acre homestead in Maryland where we homeschool their boys.  He and his wife also have a podcast where they discuss family life, homesteading, Catholicism, and many other random topics.

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Sally Kazin
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Director of the MARIAN SERVANTS® of the Blessed Trinity in Atlanta, GA

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Scott Oesterle
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Contributor: Enkindle

Scott Oesterle is a cool guy from the West Side of Philly is where he was born and raised.  Inspirational guitarist, Loving father of five, small business man with a big heart, and lover of Scrapple!  Also enjoys the bagpipes and long walks anywhere!

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Sister Mary Madeline Todd
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Sister Mary Madeline Todd is a Dominican Sister of the St. Cecilia Congregation in Nashville. She received her doctorate in sacred theology from the Angelicum in Rome and currently teaches religion and philosophy at Mount de Sales Academy in Baltimore.

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Sr. Briege McKenna, O.S.C.
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Sr. Briege McKenna, O.S.C. was born in Ireland and entered the Sisters of St. Clare at the age of fifteen. Following her final vows and after suffering for more than three years with rheumatoid arthritis, she was transferred to her community in Tampa, Florida with the hope that the Florida sunshine would relieve her suffering. At the age of twenty-four, she was miraculously and instantaneously healed during the celebration of the Eucharist and some time later received, in prayer, the gift of healing for which she has become so widely known. In 1974, again during prayer, she was given a deep spiritual insight into the mystery of the call to priesthood. Since then, bishops and priests in many parts of the world have invited her to speak and minister at their retreats and conferences.
Sr. Briege ministered to priests in collaboration with Fr. Kevin Scallon, CM for over forty-two years until his death in June 2018. She now continues with this ministry. Her books “Miracles Do Happen” and “The Power of the Sacraments” have been translated into many languages throughout the world.

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Sr. Josephine Garrett, CSFN
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Sister Josephine is a native Texan, born and raised in Houston. She moved to Dallas in 1999 to begin studies at the University of Dallas where she completed a BA in Political Philosophy with a Business Concentration. Sister subsequently entered the banking industry, serving for 10 years as a Vice President in the Home Loans division of Bank of America in the roles of Operations Manager of a staff of 200 and later as a Project Manager. Sister was raised Baptist and entered the Catholic Church in 2005. Later, in November of 2011, she began her formation to be a religious Sister. In November of 2020 Sister Josephine professed her final vows as a Sister of the Holy Family of Nazareth.
She is a licensed counselor. serving as the school counselor for the cathedral grade school in Tyler, TX, and also in private practice. Sister has also served in vocations ministry and as a national speaker for youth and young adults, speaking to groups of up to 25,000.