Catholic Connection – October 12, 2020 – Hour 2

+  Intro and News

+  Follow-up to "Election Truth" virtual event

  • Segment Guests:
    • Joe Condit

      Joe Condit is the founder of the Catholic Speakers Organization, the largest Catholic focused speakers agency in the world. First Catholic public speaking focused site of it's kind, today the company represents over 400 professional Christian speakers from all professions and is recognized as a worldwide leading Christian resource. The company mission is to promote the Word of God through those that do it best.

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+  Follow-up to "Election Truth" virtual event

  • Description: Joe Condit continued

+  Indictment for Netflix’s “Cuties”

  • Description: "The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) applauded the indictment of Netflix by a grand jury in Tyler County, Texas, for the “promotion of lewd visual material depicting [a] child,” in the film, Cuties. “It is time for Netflix to be held to account for providing a platform for the sexually-exploitative content of girls in Cuties. We are grateful to the grand jury in Texas for taking this step. We believe there is legal merit for this case,” said Benjamin Bull, general counsel for the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. “The grand jury found that the film Cuties amounted to nothing more than child porn. The law doesn’t allow double standards. If Netflix gets away with this, the next exploitation film will only push boundaries well beyond the breaking point.” ...
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+  Agents for the New Creation: Responding to the Sin of Racism

  • Description: Tonight at 7pm, Archbishop Allen Vigneron and Dr. Ike McKinnon will discuss the sin of racism and the Catholic response in Detroit and beyond. Teresa Tomeo will moderate. It is an online event. See the link below.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Dr. Ike McKinnon

      Isaiah McKinnon, Ph.D., associate professor of education, teaches the course Society and Education. He is a former Deputy Mayor and Chief of Police of the City of Detroit. He won an Emmy as the NBC News/Safety Consultant. He has authored three books and co-authored two others, in addition to numerous articles on crime victims.

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