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Outside of Mass on Sunday, how often do you spend time with other Catholics? And if you do have friends who are Catholic, do those friendships look any different than your non-Catholic friendships? If you are looking to make Catholic friends, or make your friendships distinctly Catholic, Leah Libresco has written the book for you. […]…
 
Masculinity is a big topic in our society today. As we seek to discover what a healthy masculinity looks like, many are asking: are men not sensitive enough? Or is a sensitive man not masculine enough? What does it mean to be a man who is in touch with his emotions? On this Rewind from The […]Bởi The Relevant Rewind
 
After a summer of scandal, many Catholics are still reeling and waiting to see what Church leaders will do to restore trust and credibility in the Catholic Church. Charles Rice, a Catholic lawyer, recently posted an op-ed column in USA Today which he begins by stating “It is hard to be a Catholic today.” Patrick Madrid, host […]…
 
Hurricane Florence is due to hit the Carolinas today, and more than one million people have evacuated the coastal areas that are likely to be hit the hardest. Lisa Duffy, a Catholic writer and frequent Relevant Radio® guest, stops by Morning Air® to share about her family’s decision to leave their home, and how their evacuation is […]…
 
The series of scandals in the Catholic Church this summer has made headlines not only in Catholic media, but also in all the major media outlets. But what does that coverage look like? Is it biased? Informed? Does it paint an accurate picture of the Church or is it pushing a secular agenda? Sohrab Ahmari, […]…
 
As the current sexual abuse crisis continues to unfold, there is some question as to what the laity can or should do to help purify the reform the Church. Robert P. George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University, stopped by A Closer Look™ to discuss the victims of the sexual abuse crisis, and what role the […]…
 
In the past few weeks, many of the laity, priests, and bishops are calling for reform in the midst of the latest sexual abuse crisis. But many are wondering where this reform can or should begin. George Weigel, Catholic theologian and one of America’s leading public intellectuals, stops by A Closer Look™ to explain why the Church […]…
 
The last month has left Catholics around the world, and in the United States in particular, reeling from one scandal after another. Over the weekend, another allegation came out that has rocked the Catholic faithful. In an 11-page letter, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, former Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, accused several Church officials o…
 
Scripture tells us that “A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed.” And sometimes that prosperity and refreshment can come in some surprising ways. Drew Mariani, host of The Drew Mariani Show™, tells the story of how a simple act of charity led to a surprising chain of events that showed how you […]…
 
On August 14, a Pennsylvania grand jury released a report that documented the sexual abuse committed by more than 300 priests across six dioceses in the state of Pennsylvania. These cases involve about 1,000 victims, many of them children, across the span of 70 years. The details of these cases are stomach-churning. How are the […]…
 
If you have kids going back to school, you likely have them prepared with tons of school supplies and back to school clothes. But have you prepared them with some back to school spirituality? Sister B stops by Morning Air® to offer some ideas to keep the Lord front and center during the school year. Whether or […]…
 
Most people who decide to use birth control do so because they believe it will make their lives better. But does it really? A listener named Yvette called in to The Patrick Madrid Show to share her experience of her husband’s vasectomy, their decision to reverse it, and how their decision to ditch birth control saved her […]…
 
Rapid advances in technology in the past few decades have radically shifted the labor landscape, with more jobs being replaced by automation each year. But will all manual labor jobs disappear completely? How should college and high school students look to their future careers when technology is changing so quickly? Dr. Jay Richards, a professor [……
 
The support we saw Bernie Sanders receive in the 2016 Democratic primaries may have been considered a fluke, but the recent nomination and buzz surrounding the Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez may show a shift in the country’s attitude, especially among young people. Ocasio-Cortez is a member of the Democratic Socialists of America,…
 
This week the Vatican updated the Catechism of the Catholic Church regarding the death penalty. It is now inadmissible. This is the second time this paragraph on the death penalty has been revised since the original publication of the Catechism in 1992. The first time was in 1995 after Saint John Paul II’s encyclical Evangelium Vitae. […]…
 
Today is the 10th anniversary of the dedication of the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe in La Crosse, WI. During his time as Bishop of La Crosse, now-Cardinal Raymond Leo Burke founded the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and today sat down with John and Glen on Morning Air® to talk about the Shrine and […]…
 
If you are a parent with a special needs child, you may think that the only option for your child to get the help they need is to send them to the local public school. However, Catholic schools are now offering many resources for students with special needs. Eileen Beardsley, from the Archdiocese of Newark […]…
 
Christopher West is an internationally renowned speaker and expert on St. John Paul II’s Theology of the Body. On this 50th anniversary of Humanae Vitae, he stops by Morning Air® to discuss the legacy of this encyclical, and the powerful truth found in the Church’s teaching on marriage and family.Bởi The Relevant Rewind
 
In his Apostolic Exhortation Evangelii Gaudium, Pope Francis talks about the need for the Church to “initiate everyone – priests, religious and laity – into this ‘art of accompaniment.’ But what does accompaniment really look like? Sr. Brittany Harrison (aka Sister B) stops by Morning Air® discuss accompaniment – what it is, what it isn’t, and how …
 
A statue of Mary in Hobbs, New Mexico appears to be weeping an olive oil that smells like roses, an event that has captured the attention of the faithful around the world. The Diocese of Las Cruces is currently investigating this phenomenon to determine whether there is a natural cause for the liquid coming from […]…
 
A contingent of bishops from the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops – including Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, Archbishop Jose Gomez, Bishop Daniel Flores, Bishop Joseph Bambera and Bishop Robert Brennan – visited the U.S./Mexico border on Monday to meet and pray with the refugees there. Our media partner, New Evangelization Television from the…
 
With so much going on in the world, and access to 24/7 news literally at our fingertips, it’s easy to get sucked into a never-ending news cycle. And while being informed is important, a constant consumption of negativity can be harmful. But there is hope. Dr. Francie Broghammer, a resident physician at University of California Irvine, […]…
 
In these times of division and turbulence, we can see tensions rising in our society and even within our own families. As tensions rise and division widens, our society is in need of a calm, unwavering voice to call us toward hope, love, and mercy. Archbishop Joseph Kurtz, of Louisville, stops by A Closer Look™ to share […]…
 
Family life can be messy. With all the different personalities, strengths, weaknesses, and relationship dynamics, it can be easy to let family tension take root in our homes. A listener named Joy called in to The Patrick Madrid Show, asking for advice on how to honor her elderly parents while also caring for her three teenagers […]…
 
Is abortion ever OK? Being pro-life is about recognizing and upholding the dignity of every human person, and so when it comes to conversations about abortion, it is important to consider the dignity of both the mother and the child. But this leads some people to believe there are exceptions in which abortion is the […]…
 
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