- Dec 5, 2019
Known as “the cooking priest,” Father Leo Patalinghug has a reputation for creating meals that have been described as heavenly.
In Kenya there is a project to improve cooking methods for health and environmental reasons.
Seminarians are taught to cook for the purpose of self-reliance and good health.
Meet Father Kyle Schnippel, a pastor at two Cincinnati parishes who hopes his upcoming presence on The Great American Baking Show will offer non-Catholics insight into the human side of a priest’s life.
Father David J. Simonetti, associate pastor of St. James the Greater Church in Sauk Village, Illinois, recently debuted his Communio Sauces, which are being sold for charity. “When you eat together, it changes everyone. You go from a ‘me’ mentality to a ‘we’ mentality,” he said.
Chef Bassem Hazboun, 39, says food from the Holy Land is in a way unique for Christians because some of it hails from biblical times. Sometimes he prepares biblical menus, he said, for those who arrive in the Holy Land for religious pilgrimages.