Fromherz speaks with Beliefs, the podcast of Religion News Service
Frank Fromherz, author of A Disarming Spirit: The Life of Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen, spoke with Fordham University’s William Baker, host of Beliefs, the podcast of Religion News Service, on June 30.
This is how Baker introduce Fromherz and the book:
A priest from Montana who became Archbishop of Seattle during the height of the Cold War, Raymond Hunthausen made his mark by challenging the U.S. government’s atomic and military policy, as well as by encouraging the Church to support the poor and marginalized.
Hunthausen died last year after leaving his mark on our society and the Church he loved and served, which often didn’t support him.
Scholar Frank Fromherz joined Beliefs from Portland, Oregon to discuss his new book, “A Disarming Spirit: The Life of Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen.”
Listen Fromherz and Baker’s conversation by using the player above or by visiting the podcast on the website of Religion News Service.
On the radio in Montana and Wyoming
On May 5, Frank Fromherz, author of Disarming Spirit: the Life of Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen, was a guest on Home Ground Radio, an award-winning interview program produced and hosted by Brian Kahn that is broadcast over many public and private radio stations throughout the Rocky Mountain west.
This is how Kahn introduced Fromherz and the book: “Montana born and raised, Raymond Hunthausen surprised some when he chose the priesthood. As Seattle archbishop, he surprised many more with his vocal opposition to nuclear weapons. Frank Fromherz has written a powerful new biography about this extraordinary man.”
Listen Fromherz and Kahn’s conversation by using the player above or by visiting the website of Home Ground Radio.
Panel at Carroll College April 8
On April 8, 2019, from the campus of Carroll College, Helena, Montana, author Frank Fromherz read from his book Disarming Spirit: the Life of Archbishop Raymond Hunthausen. The event included a conversation with the author and Hunthausen family members who consulted on the book.
The panel was sponsored by the Office of the President, Carroll College, and was broadcast live by Helena Civic Television, a community access channel located in Helena, Montana, and is now available on the HCTV Youtube channel. Learn more about HCTV.