Hall of Fame broadcaster, award winning author and blogger, Tony Agnesi is a master storyteller. Following his book, A Storyteller’s Guide to a Grace-Filled Life, Tony shares a new collection of stories that celebrate turning life’s misery into ministry. Tony’s award-winning blog was named one of the top 100 Catholic blogs and was a finalist in the 15th annual International weblog awards. A frequent guest on Catholic radio Tony is a member of the Catholic Writers Guild and is a frequent contributor to Christian publications. Tony and Diane, his wife of 46 years, live in Wadsworth, Ohio. They have two adult sons, a beautiful daughter-in-law, and two grandsons, Nico and Luca. They are the love of their lives. Visit his website at https://tonyagnesi.com.
Inspirational storyteller and Hall of Fame broadcaster Tony Agnesi invites weekly guests to share their heartwarming and inspiring stories of God’s grace in their lives. You will be inspired by these wonderful stories.
Author, Speaker, Blogger, and Podcaster William Hemsworth joins me on Episode 4 of The Storytellers. We discuss the faith journey that led him to the Catholic faith and his full-time ministry.
Kendra Von Esh gave up a corporate executive position to pursue a full-time Catholic ministry. She shares her remarkable personal faith journey and we discuss creating a better prayer life on Episode 3 of The Storytellers.
Matt Estrade, a gerontologist, speaker, and author shares his personal story and his work with dementia patients and their caregivers on episode 2 of The Storytellers. Most of us know someone living with Dementia or their care partners. Matt provides valuable information. Don’t miss it.
Emily K Whiting
Season 3 of The Storytellers with our interview with Emily K. Whiting, Emily is a Speaker. We will talk about her faith journey and discuss raising a child with on-going medical needs. It’s an inspirational half hour!
Mike Aquilina is a Catholic author, popular speaker, poet, and songwriter who serves as the
executive vice president of the St. Paul Center for
Christian history tells the story not of an empire, nor of a culture, but of a family. The authors in
this series strive to communicate that history in a way that’s accessible and even entertaining.
They see history as true stories well told. They don’t fear humor or pathos as threats to their
trustworthiness. They are unabashed about their chosen perspective, but they are neither
producing propaganda nor trashing tradition. The Catholic Church’s story is our inheritance, our
legacy, our pride and joy, and our cautionary tale.