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About Us: The Sacramento Catholic Forum is a 501(c)3 non-profit Catholic apostolate that aims to bring men and women together for luncheon events to listen to quality speakers who encourage and equip us to live lives of holiness, as disciples of the Lord Jesus. Our luncheons take place once a month at the Red Lion Woodlake & Conference Center in Sacramento - formerly known as the Radisson (View this location and get directions on Google Maps).
From Secular Radio to Catholic Radio to Catholic: It Only Took 39 Years! Dick Jenkins, General Manager of Immaculate Heart Radio Network Dick Jenkins came to Immaculate Heart Radio in November 2011 with 39 years of radio experience in both commercial and non-commercial radio. Really unique was that, not only was Dick a life-long, Protestant, he did a brief stint as a Pastor. In addition, while serving as the President/CEO of the K-LOVE and Air 1 Radio Networks, he helped take the organization from a single Christian radio station in Santa Rosa in 1986 to the largest Christian broadcasting network in the world--with 267 FM stations and 330 FM translators in 46 states. In this role and as a consultant, he managed over 125 pledge drives and raised over $440 million in listener donations. In 2009, Dick retired and began a radio consulting business which included assignments throughout the world, but when his Catholic friend of 15 years, Doug Sherman, Founder of Immaculate Heart Radio, asked him to come out of “semi-retirement” to help his Catholic network, Dick came. Then he could not resist. After two years of study, Dick came into the CatholicChurch in 2013, proving Patrick Madrid’s axiom: “You can’t study your way out of the Catholic Church.” Dick’s story is compelling, passionate and inspiring. Married for 40 years to his wife Gail, the Jenkins’ have two daughters, one son, plus two grandchildren and all live in the Sacramento area.
I did not see this one coming. What an incredible witness for life! Bob Dunning's story about how he was fired from KFBK for encouraging a radio caller to choose life instead of supporting an abortion for his granddaughter was so striking and touching. I liked him before this presentation, now, I love this guy!
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