The following story appeared in the May 28 Idaho Catholic Register.
EWTN radio and TV host and Catholic author, Bear Woznick will be in Boise on Friday, June 18, to participate in a Salt & Light Radio motorcycle rosary ride and then speak that evening on the topic of true masculine spirituality.
Woznick, a Benedictine Oblate, is host of the motor-cycle-based reality TV show “Long Ride Home with Bear Woznick,” which is distributed worldwide on EWTN and the Armed Forces Network. He is host of EWTN’s “The Bear Woznick Adventure” heard by millions each week on more than 500 radio stations in nearly all 50 states as well as on Sirius FM internet radio.
Salt & Light Radio is partnering with the Knights on Bikes to host the first-ever Rosary
Ride. Woznik will join the ride, which will start at St. John’s Cathedral in Boise and then follow the Lowman Loop while stopping at various chapels along the way, including St. Joseph’s Chapel in Idaho City, to pray a decade of the rosary. Those not riding motorcycles can participate by following the bikers in their cars. The event begins with Mass at 8:30 a.m., followed by a blessing of the bikes. The riders plan to return by 3 p.m.
Later that evening, Woznick, who is the author of Amazon best-seller “Deep in the Wave – A Surfing Guide to the Soul” and “Deep Adventure – The Way of Heroic Virtue,” will speak at a private event at The Vault in Meridian. Registration is required. To register for either the Rosary Ride or the private event go to https://saltandlightradio.com/rosary-ride .
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