Interviews at the 2022 Eucharistic Congress

Dave Savage, Programming and Production Manager for AM 1160 The Quest, caught up with four guest speakers at the 2022 Eucharistic Congress held June 17-18 in Atlanta.

Bishop Andrew Cozzens of Crookston, Minnesota, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Committee on Evangelization and Catechesis

Dave chats with Bishop Andrew Cozzens who is in charge of the three-year national Eucharistic Revival (from Corpus Christi 2022 to Pentecost 2025) which will culminate in the first national Eucharistic Congress in almost 50 years. Bishop Cozzens shares about the components of the Eucharistic Revival and the great opportunities it will bring for spiritual renewal and being equipped to respond to challenging times.


Greg and Lisa Popcak, founders of CatholicHÔM (Catholic Households on Mission) and hosts of More 2 Life

Dr. Greg Popcak and Lisa Popcak share how the CatholicHÔM (Catholic Households on Mission) program offers a model of family spirituality that allows us to encounter Christ more deeply in the home. The CatholicHom program shows families how to live their faith more intentionally at home by bringing the grace of the Eucharist home and experiencing Christ in all the things that are a part of everyday family life. Having presented this model to family ministers in 30+ countries on 5 continents, Greg and Lisa note that it works with all types of families. Dr. Greg Popcak and Lisa Popcak were honored to be the Vatican’s choice to present the opening keynote at the 2022 World Meeting of Families in Rome.


  • CatholicHÔM (Catholic Households on Mission): digital platform (website and app) dedicated to providing information and resources to help Catholic families encounter Christ more meaningfully at home, to love like Christ, and draw closer to each other by living the Liturgy of Domestic Church Life
  • More 2 Life, a live call-in show heard weekdays at 10 a.m. ET on AM 1160 The Quest

Bishop Luis Zarama of the Diocese of Raleigh, North Carolina

Bishop Zarama, who was formerly in the Archdiocese of Atlanta serving as a priest and Auxiliary Bishop, shares a childhood memory of reverence for the Blessed Sacrament that made an impact on him as to something important and real yet simple.

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