Theology Uncapped: A Real Presence Radio Interview with Pastor Kowitz

Theology Uncapped

The Virgin Mary

Thursday, April 26th at 6:30 PM

St. Benedict Catholic Church

1419 St. Benedict Street

Duluth, MN  55811





Here is the live interview on Real Presence Radio with Father Rich, co-host, Father Moravitz, and the pastor of United Lutheran Church in Proctor, Peter Kowitz.  They will be talking about the third and final Theology Uncapped presentation for this year, to be held April 26th, 6:30 PM,  at St. Benedict’s Catholic Church.  The previous two sessions were so well received, as this one is expected to be, that there’s talk of another series for next year. You must pre-register to participate (link available below).

The interview with Pastor Kowitz begins at about the 23 minute mark:



Here is the link to register:

You must  RSVP,  because space is limited, and there is a cost, which includes a catered meal and beverage of wine, beer, or pop.

The cost is $20 per person, and it will fill up.

My hope is that it will fill up with parishioners from our parishes. These are rare opportunities to hear  conversations between a Catholic priest and a Lutheran minister about our different faith traditions.

Our Spring topic  will be the “Virgin Mary.”

—Fr. Rich

Here is some information about the organization, Theology Uncapped:

Theology Uncapped


Theology Uncapped is a Catholic group with a dedicated goal of bringing people closer together through educational discussions centered around faith-based topics.
We hold three events a year that are open to men and women of all faiths.  Each event includes an informative speaker(s) that will discuss a topic of faith from differing points of view. A catered meal is included to help facilitate fellowship and hopefully foster new relationships among those that may have opposing viewpoints.
Seating for each event is limited, so registration is required and can be completed through this site. We look forward to seeing you at a future event.
Further Information Needed?  Contact  Deacon John Foucault: