Katie Krall is a lifelong Catholic and has been a St. Anthony of Padua parishioner and ministry volunteer for the last 20 years. She is a wife, stay-at-home mom, freelance graphic designer, and homeschooling parent of five children. In 2000, she co-founded the Bread of Life Homeschoolers group to support Catholic homeschooling families in The Woodlands. Katie’s interest in care for creation began out of necessity – she strove to raise a large family while being a good steward of her resources. Although they may roll their eyes as they sip through stainless steel straws, her family members support her desire to care for the world around her. She’s even convinced her husband, Deacon Mike Krall, to opt for reusable shopping bags. As a member of the Care for Creation Team, Katie hopes to share the importance of being a good steward with the St. Anthony of Padua community and beyond.
June 1st, 2020 | 51 mins 23 secs
beyond the bulletin, catholic, deacons, pope francis
Gomer & Stephen are joined for Episode 34 by Katie Krall, wife of our own Deacon Mike Krall and co-founder of the St. Anthony of Padua Care For Creation team, to share her perspective on the path to becoming a Deacon, explain why Laudato Si' is an important encyclical, and listen to Gomer impersonate the Holy Ghost over and over again. Tune in!
August 26th, 2019 | 39 mins 21 secs
catholic, earth, green, laudato si, nature, planet, poverty, recycling
Mike and Stephen interview Roger Ingersoll and Katie Krall on the new "Care for Creation" group that is helping implement the vision of Pope Francis' "Laudato Si" here in The Woodlands.