This is a heartwarming and informative show which addresses affordability of a Catholic education. Please share with a friend considering a Catholic School.  Watch for future announcements for more broadcasts.

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Click here for St. Agnes of Bohemia Catholic School’s website. Please call to schedule a tour at 773.522.0143.  Please mention you heard the podcast.

This radio show was broadcasted in Dubuque, Iowa on KCRD 98.3 FM
Aquinas Communications Radio Network, An affiliate of EWTN – Global Catholic Radio Network, (Live streaming 9 – 10 am) Sept. 12, 2015 and rebroadcasted on the Chicago stations WSBC 1240 AM and WCFJ 1470 AM on Sunday 10 – 11 a.m Sept.13, 2015!


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Bill McNamee interviewed former Principal Kathleen Duffy and former Assistant Principal Katie Shinnick (both are no longer at the school in 2016-17).  We plan to renew the interviews with the new staff involved in 2016-17.

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Fr.Tom Boharic, Associate Pastor spoke on the show.

Pastor Don Nevins was out of town.

8th grade interviews for web

4th grade trivia for web

Former Development Director and Curriculum Support -Amanda Dezort Wittenkeller with the students during the game show segment.  A big thank you to Amanda for coordinating all the guests of the show.

Parent Interview 2 for web

Parents explain how they appreciate this school from their perspective.

Parent Interview for web

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A beautiful illustration of the wonderful experiences that happen at this school. Click on the photo to go to the school’s website to learn more.


Click here for Linkedin articles written by Bill McNamee about his impressions of some of the schools while he hosted their radio show.  You can learn more about his professional background and mortgage business there.  You can also learn more about his business at

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