Rev. Richard Klingeisen is a pastor and educator at St. Mary Parish of Reedsville, Wisconsin and St. Michael Parish, of Whitelaw, Wisconsin. He is proud to announce a new podcast interview series, A Life of Giving.

REEDSVILLE, WI, November 08, 2019 /Neptune100/ — National Vocation Awareness Week (NVAW) is an annual week-long celebration of the Catholic Church in the United States dedicated to promote vocations to ordained ministry and consecrated life through prayer and education, and to renew our prayers and support for those who are considering one of these particular vocations. So it’s no accident that the long-awaited podumentary (podcast + documentary) series, A Life of Giving, is debuting this week. After all, the prevailing theme of this first episode is the vocational aspect of one man’s journey of faith. Why did he choose this path? How did medicine enter into this man’s spirituality? Does he see any others destined for the same calling?

All this and more is discussed at, the new program’s official website. After many months of anticipation, Rev. Richard Klingeisen and his production team are finally ready to unveil the first installment of Rev. Klingeisen’s long term online radio program. This serial podumentary is being rolled out with an initial run of four 20-30 minute episodes, each thematically linked, but different altogether. The series title, “A Life of Giving”, was selected because it perfectly captures the spirit and purpose of Rev. Klingeisen’s purpose: to give and to teach. The format of the show (podumentary) is particularly appealing to audiences because it has the familiarity of radio and the visual enhancement of documentary films. “A Life of Giving” is one of several podumentaries leading the charge on a new kind of radio program whose goal is to entertain and enlighten listeners. “A Life of Giving” will tackle a number of topics, including how to live a life of generosity and faith. It is an inspirational media journey to be sure.

In late 2018, Rev. Klingeisen tested the waters of online broadcasting with a standalone, single episode of “A Life of Giving,” not really knowing how it would be received. He was delighted to find that it was widely disseminated throughout the mainstream news media through a previous news release, and was well-received all around. Based on the reception and strength of this accidental pilot episode, the quarterly series was born and the rest is, as they say, history.

Episode One: Looking Back to Look Ahead has raised the bar quite high with its sensitive, compelling look back at Rev. Klingeisen’s early years, charting his early course and explaining how he became the man he is today. Those who tune in will learn about his childhood experiences, his schooling, the interesting twists and turns taken on his career path, and so much more. “A Life of Giving” reveals motivational messages on how faith is essential in life; a message applicable to all types of people everywhere. The web-driven podumentary format is a powerful platform and medium for Rev. Klingeisen to communicate relevant issues to the community, and to reach a much larger audience than ever before.

So as we officially begin the weekend of National Vocation Awareness Week please take a moment to share this video with any loved ones you feel might need some career guidance, helpful suggestion, instruction, or simply inspiration. Rest assured they’ll thank you for it.

Please visit the official “A Life of Giving” website today.

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