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Catholic Connection – July 12, 2013 – Hour 2

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Intro, News, and Brian Patrick

  • Description: Before reporting the news of the day, Teresa checks in with Brian Patrick to find out what we can expect on his show next week.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Brian Patrick
      Host, Son Rise Morning Show

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Managing an Unexpected Prenatal Diagnosis

  • Description: Dr. Prentice tells us about the "Managing an Unexpected Prenatal Diagnosis: Critical Considerations for Counselors, Clinicians, and Friends" conference taking place July 18 in Deerfield, IL.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Dr. David Prentice
      Senior Fellow for Life Sciences, Family Research Council

      Dr. David Prentice is Senior Fellow for Life Sciences at Family Research Council. Up to July 2004 he had spent almost 20 years as Professor of Life Sciences, Indiana State University, and Adjunct Professor of Medical and Molecular Genetics, Indiana University School of Medicine.

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Managing an Unexpected Prenatal Diagnosis

  • Description: Dr. David Prentice continued

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The Battle Over Abortion in Texas

  • Segment Guests:
    • Karen Garnett
      Executive Director, Catholic Pro-Life Committee of North Texas

      Karen Garnett is the Executive Director of the Catholic Pro-Life Committee of North Texas (CPLC), the Respect Life Ministry of the Diocese of Dallas. Commissioned by Dallas Bishop Charles Grahmann in 1993, Karen and her team built a solid, grassroots-based organization that has brought the pro-life message to the churches and schools of the Diocese of Dallas. Under Karen's leadership, with nine distinct ministries, 38 full- and part-time staff members and hundreds of volunteers, the Catholic Pro-Life Committee has been heralded as the largest and most effective diocesan pro-life organization in the world, and a model for the nation.

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Spiritual Direction Connection

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