Fr. Edward Krause: A Life-long Catholic
Fr. Krause and Marcus answer open-line questions from the Journey Home audience. Fr. Krause is a life-long Catholic. He was ordained a priest in 1967, and is an assistant professor of moral theology at Gannon University in Erie, Pa. He also is pastor of Immaculate Conception, a predominantly black inner-city parish. He serves on the board of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists and the Scholars for Social Justice and is a member of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars. Fr. Krause instructs, encourages, and inspires listeners with the wisdom and strength of the Catholic creed, moral tradition, and sacramental life. He demonstrates that becoming a Catholic is a lifelong struggle, beginning with Baptism and ending in Heaven.