Show 520 – Ave Maria Grotto

For the Aug. 18 Sunday morning show, we appropriately begin on the holy ground of the Ave Maria Grotto. Although Brother Joseph was a diminutive man, he left a big mark in Alabama with his artistic talent. He recreated the wonders of the world, along with iconic buildings and places of worship, in miniature using common materials. Jim Allen takes you on a stroll through Brother Joseph’s lasting legacy in Cullman.

After a tough day at work or when dealing with an emotional situation, spending time with a beloved pet is helpful therapy. Once Joy O’Neal noticed how her horses helped her own family grow closer together, she felt a calling to serve her community by developing an equine therapy center. Jade Randolph explains more about how The Red Barn got its start.

During the dogs days of summer, there’s few better places to cool off than at one of the pristine lakes in Alabama. But it’s not just people who enjoy relaxing by the water. It’s goats, too! Kevin Worthington shares this story from Lake Martin’s Goat Island.

No fiesta is complete without chips and salsa. You can really impress all your amigos with this recipe for homemade salsa using Bonnie Plants vegetables from your own garden! Sidney Phelps shows you how to make this tasty treat.

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