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4

Apr

2018

Campus Chat - Niagara University

“Campus Chat with Bishop Richard J. Malone” is a half hour program that allows college students the opportunity to sit down with a Bishop and chat, just chat, about whatever’s on their mind, no scripts, no pretenses, no judgements, just honesty.

In this second episode, Bishop Malone traveled to Niagara University, located in the town of Lewiston in Niagara County, NY. Niagara University educates its students and enriches their lives through programs and career preparation, informed by the Catholic and Vincentian traditions. Approximately 20 students gathered on campus in the Castellani Art Museum, and chatted with Bishop Malone. Topics of discussion included: gun violence, suffering, gluten-free hosts, and outreach to neighbors in need.

If you want to sit in on the chat, tune in, Saturday, April 21, at 5p.m. on WKBW-TV Channel 7, to watch “Campus Chat with Bishop Richard J. Malone.”  Please subscribe to the Daybreak TV Production YouTube Channel, where the entire “Campus Chat” program can be viewed beginning on April 22nd.  Also remember to “like” us on Facebook @Daybreak TV Productions and on Instagram @daybreak716 to see behind the scenes photos and videos of “Campus Chat.”

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5

Mar

2018

"in a Word"

in a word…Fun.
in a word…Fresh.
in a word… Faith-filled.

“in a WORD” is back with interesting topics delivered by a familiar face! Fr. Dave Richards continues to produce videos with a solid Catholic message. His up-beat delivery draws you in as you listen to his powerful reflections. A few topics that Fr. Dave will focus on this time around are: Risk, Trust, Shame and Faith.

Joining the “in a WORD” team is Sarah Saltarelli, a Youth Minister at Annunciation Parish in Elma, NY. Originally from Fort Collins, Colorado, Sarah earned a BA in Clinical Psychology from the Franciscan University of Steubenville, located in Steubenville, Ohio. She was a Missionary with Life Teen Summer Camp in Georgia and was involved in Totus Tuus a Catechetical program in Colorado. Sarah combines her knowledge of the Catholic faith with her experience and understanding of youth and young adults. The result is a video reflection that connects the youths to the faith in fun way! So far Sarah has tackled the issues of Identity and Priorities!

These short inspirational/teachable reflections can be found on the Daybreak TV Production YouTube Channel and will be distributed on the Daybreak TV Production Facebook page on Sundays.
 
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12

Feb

2018

What’s Going On?

What’s Going On?

Most people know that 795 Main Street in Buffalo, NY is home to Central Administration for the Catholic Diocese of Buffalo. But, have you ever wondered, what do all these different departments do, what are they responsible for, what are they planning that will help people in our Diocese?


We did, so we grabbed our equipment and started to pop-in on people in different departments to find the answer. So far we have heard about: the March for Life from the Pro-Life Department, the Youth Convention from a Diocesan Youth Board Member, an upcoming Social Media Workshop from the Communication Department and a new initiative for a Parish Addiction Advocate which is coming out of the Family Life Department.


There are many departments at 795 Main Street, and the good people who work in them are striving to help those in our diocese. So, keep a look out for these short, inspiring posts! They can be seen on the Daybreak TV Productions Facebook page. Please remember to “like” and share our posts.
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