Savoring Our Faith - Season 10
Fr. Leo Patalinghug talks food and faith with Catholics across the United States, cooking delicious meals while offering Church teachings in bite-sized portions.
While sampling Milan’s fabulous cuisine, Fr. Leo reflects on history’s most famous meal, the Last Supper. And he visits the Duomo di Milano which rivals St. Peter’s Basilica and took nearly six centuries to complete.
Known for its spiritual and culinary surprises, Bologna is a popular destination for tourists and pilgrims alike. Fr. Leo explores its sights, and shows you why it’s considered the bread basket of Italy and the world.
Florence was the cradle of the Renaissance. Art and architecture flourished, and the Church was at the center of it all. Fr. Leo travels the city’s picturesque landscape, and explores its history of faith, food and fun.
Siena’s history, culture, and cuisine were powerfully influenced by St. Catherine. Discover this saint who changed the course of history, and see Siena’s many sights, including the famous Piazza del Campo horse race.
The Eucharistic Miracles of Orvieto and Bolsena help us reflect on the Kingdom of Heaven. Travel to these two ancient cities to explore their mysteries, tour a magnificent cathedral and enjoy meaningful meals along the way.
ST. PHILIP NERI
Known as the Second Apostle of Rome, Philip Neri was an influential figure who founded the order known as the Oratorians. His inspiring life provides spiritual food, as Fr. Leo introduces viewers to this beloved saint.
In his tour of Italy, Fr. Leo celebrates the life and memory of St. Paul by visiting the many holy sites dedicated to him. Then, enjoy a delicious meal that helps us reflect on his important place in Church history.