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Catholic Connection – November 1, 2013 – Hour 2

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What's a Person to Do? Everyday Decisions That Matter

  • Description: From Internet access to lottery tickets, pet ownership to R-rated entertainment, we're faced with more ethical decisions than we might realize, every single day. What's a person to do -- especially when there is no definitive Catholic teaching on a subject? Do we just brush off these pesky moral dilemmas? Do we happily live in the gray areas of life and simply go along with conventional wisdom? Or do we make an honest attempt to face these moral questions head on? The way we deal with these seemingly small ethical decisions can have a huge impact on our own lives as well as those of our children and families. (Originally aired October 18, 2013)
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Pope: When faith becomes an ideology, it can make Christians hostile and arrogant

  • Description: Originally aired October 22, 2013.
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    • Msgr. Eugene Morris
      Director of Sacred Liturgy, Pontifical College Josephinum

      Rev. Msgr. C. Eugene Morris, a priest of the Archdiocese of Saint Louis, is Director of Sacred Liturgy for the College of Liberal Arts and the School of Theology at Pontifical College Josephinum. Msgr. Morris holds graduate degrees in theology and Church history from Kenrick School of Theology and a licentiate in sacred theology from the Pontifical Athenaeum of St. Anselm (Rome). He currently is pursuing doctoral studies in Mariology at the International Marian Research Institute.

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Pope: When faith becomes an ideology, it can make Christians hostile and arrogant

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Government Capitulates—Catholic Priest Allowed to Hold Religious Services at Naval Base Again; Chapel Doors Open to Catholic Parishioners

  • Description: Originally aired October 22, 2013.
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    • Erin Mersino
      Trial Counsel, Thomas More Law Center

      Erin Mersino is Trial Counsel at the Thomas More Law Center. She specializes in Constitutional Law and Appellate Litigation. Mersino has worked on some of the most influential cases in recent time, such as challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act under the commerce clause. She has written briefs submitted to the United States Supreme Court, and has a national practice, admitted to the 6th, 9th, and 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as numerous District Courts across the country, including the S.D. of New York and D.C.

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Government Capitulates—Catholic Priest Allowed to Hold Religious Services at Naval Base Again; Chapel Doors Open to Catholic Parishioners

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