The latest episode of Rev. Richard Klingeisen’s show, ‘A Life of Giving’ is set to launch during the final week of 2019. It focuses on those charities closest to him, and shows how we can work together to help the less fortunate this holiday season.

REEDSVILLE, WI, December 20, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ — Christmas is a special time of year, as we gather together with loved ones to celebrate life and, of course, the birth of Jesus Christ. It is also a time of giving, making it the perfect occasion for Reverend Richard Klingeisen to launch the second episode of his acclaimed Podumentary, A Life of Giving: Conversations with Rev. Richard Klingeisen.

Having worked in the clergy since 1972, Rev. Klingeisen has enjoyed an illustrious career and has been able to not only attain extensive expertise in Catholic education, but also support and counsel thousands of families in times of need. Wanting to share this expertise with- and provide comfort to followers outside of his parish, in 2018 the Reverend launched a popular charity-themed holiday program on his then-brand new website. Observing its success, Rev. Klingeisen decided to turn it into a full-fledged series with the aid of his production and marketing team. Thus, A Life of Giving was born! Each episode deals with faith and its many facets, and Episode Two will be premiering exclusively on the Podumentary’s website during the final week of the 2019.

Following the highly influential, well-received pilot episode, Rev. Klingeisen delivered a quietly powerful, first official episode with Fall 2019’s “Looking Back to Look Ahead.” This raised the bar considerably, and set the stage for his latest episode entitled, “For a Good Cause,” which sees the Reverend focusing on the subject of charity, and how we can work together to help those less fortunate. Within the twenty minute feature, he examines closely those charities and organizations that are closest to his heart:

Cross Catholic Outreach
A charity dedicated to providing food, shelter, medical care, water, education, self-help programs, care for orphans, and emergency relief to the poorest of the poor in Dioceses around the world.

Food for the Poor
A charity providing lifesaving food, secure housing, clean water, healthcare, emergency relief, micro-enterprise projects, and education opportunities to 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.

St. Vincent Mission of David
A community of people in Appalachia, who believe everyone has a God-ordained right to the basic needs of life in order to meet their full potential. The charity provides local residents with food, personal items, emergency assistance, home repairs, and much more.

St. Gianna Molla Guild of Northeast Wisconsin
The SGMG is a chartered guild of the national Catholic Medical Association who are dedicated to educating and supporting the next generation of Catholic medical professionals.

St. Mary/St. Michael School
While not a charity, the St. Mary/St. Michael Catholic School is connected to the church the Reverend oversees, and provides education for 3K to 8th grade students.

The lessons taught in the upcoming episode of A Life of Giving do not just relate to these organizations though; Richard Klingeisen encourages the listeners to build on their compassion to create a civilization of love. Speaking ahead of the launch, he added “I’m very excited to be getting the second episode of ‘A Life of Giving’ out into the world. The pilot episode and first installment both received such fantastic feedback that I’m really looking forward to engaging with the listeners after this next one airs. The holiday period is a time for giving, and while I focus on some of the charities that are closest to my heart, if we all show a little more compassion and love to our fellow man throughout 2020 then we can make the world a truly better place.”

For more information on the A Life of Giving Podumentary please visit the official website. For more information on Reverend Klingeisen himself simply click here.

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