Dominic de Souza interviewed on ‘Living Witnesses’, Real Life Radio – July 2015

by | Jul 28, 2015 | Interviews, Latest

July 2015 | Mary Graham, host of the ‘Living Witnesses’ radio program on Real Life Radio, interviewed me for a comfortable 45 minutes on my journey (so far!) through the Catholic Faith, some of my background in travelling and singing as a family choir, life moments that inspired me to want to be Catholic, and the various projects that I’m working on in my free time.

So join me, relax, and listen to the tale of the boy who ran away from his Catechism and became the young dad totally passionate about expressing the Faith through his creativity. And say a prayer for me!



Links mentioned:

Saintnook.com

      – the social network for the Saints

CatholicViral

      – Catholic, Family Friendly Awesome Sauce

‘Sensus Sacrorum’ – Sense of the Sacred – Music album

    – 8 children singing chant and polyphony
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Dominic de Souza

Dominic de Souza
Cradle-Catholic passionate about the frontier between Faith, history, and science in the modern world. 

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