Being Catholic with Bob & Lynn Johnston Saturday 10PM and Sunday 4PM

   Bob Johnston, retired, had an early career in teaching literature and speech in high school. He later partnered in an independent insurance agency.  Bob enjoys history and Catholic-Christian theology and apologetics.     


His wife, Lynn Johnston, also retired, had a career as a nurse.  She is a member of the Secular Franciscan Order (OFS). Lynn enjoys history, reading, and understanding the more spiritual side of her Catholic faith.

The Johnstons have three daughters and have been married for over fifty-eight years.  Together they taught RCIA for ten years and now enjoy sharing the knowledge and passion of their faith through their weekly radio program, Being Catholic

Catholic Conversations with Paul Garcia
Saturdays & Sundays 3PM

    Paul Garcia is the owner of Paul Garcia Productions, a video production company and digital media network out of Normal, Illinois. He creates television, radio, and social media commercials for companies throughout the state while also hosting The Paul Garcia Show which is a podcast and online show featuring conversations with "remarkable people from the midwest." 

    He has a deep interest in Psychology and the nature of God, plus has a passion for learning and having meaningful conversations, all of which have led to his role in hosting the radio show, Catholic Conversations. 

Good News with Deacon Al
Saturday & Sunday at 8PM

    Deacon Al Lundy was born in Waukegan, Illinois and grew up in Calumet City, Illinois, just South of Chicago on the Illinois-Indiana State line.  He is the second oldest of 5 boys. He attended Illinois State University where he studied Mass Media. His wonderful wife, Sharon, (they met in high school) and he will celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary in July of 2022.  Sharon has been involved in the music ministry at Holy Trinity for over 30 years. They have a son, Thomas, who is married to the lovely Kayla and lives in Nevada.

   Prior to being ordained to the permanent diaconate in May of 2017, he worked in a variety of jobs in media, marketing, retail sales, and leadership training. He also spent 49 years in the Boy Scouts of America program as a youth and as an adult volunteer leader.

   Like his brother deacons Deacon Al is involved in a variety of ministries serving our parishes and communities.

   He says, "God has been very gracious to allow me to serve His church and the people of our community in so many ways."