Rome

Religion
11:20 am
Mon April 14, 2014

From the Quad Cities to Vatican City: Monsignor Richard Soseman

Monsignor Richard Soseman at Vatican City, Rome
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Monsignor Richard Soseman grew up in the Quad Cities and served in a parish in rural Illinois, but for the last 6 years he’s lived and worked in Vatican City. Today on Talk of Iowa, host Charity Nebbe talks with Monsignor Soseman about his life and work and his book, Reflections from Rome- Practical Thoughts on Faith and Family.

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River to River
2:11 pm
Thu October 17, 2013

Who Was Jesus?

Pictured above is modern-day Nazareth. The man who would one day be worshipped as Jesus Christ was born in Nazareth around 7-2 B.C., which at the time was a small mountain village.
Adam Groffman

Reza Aslan's latest book "Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth" challenges long held assumptions of the historical figure.   Host Ben Kieffer speaks to Aslan about the historical Jesus as well as Aslan's own faith journey.

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Talk of Iowa
1:34 pm
Mon February 11, 2013

The History of the Bathroom

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In ancient Rome the bath house was an important gathering place.   After the fall of Roman Empire interest in bathing waxed and waned, but somehow we’ve progressed from the chamber pot and basin to homes with a separate bathroom for every bedroom.  Host Charity Nebbe will explore the evolution of the bathroom, the most necessary room in the house. 

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