Catholic Connection – September 19, 2014 – Hour 2

+  Intro, Matt Swaim, and Archbishop Paul Coakley

  • Description: Matt Swaim tells us what we can expect on their "Son Rise Morning Show" next week. Afterwards, Oklahoma Archbishop Paul Coakley updates us on the plans for a "Black Mass" in his area.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Matt Swaim
      Host , Son Rise Morning Show
      • Paul Coakley
        Archbishop , Oklahoma City

        On December 16, 2010, Bishop Coakley was appointed by Pope Benedict XVI as the fourth Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. He was installed as Metropolitan Archbishop on February 11, 2011.

    +  The Feast of St. Matthew

    • Segment Guests:
      • Steve Ray

        Steve is a convert to the Catholic faith and a popular author, speaker, and pilgrimage leader. He has been to the Holy Land over 100 times exploring, filming, and leading thousands of pilgrims. Steve is a regular guest on Catholic radio and TV including Catholic Answers, Ave Maria Radio, and EWTN.

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    +  The Feast of St. Matthew

    • Description: Steve Ray continued

    +  "Killing Them Softly"

    • Description: U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg gave quite a speech the other night. Speaking at the anniversary fund-raiser for the International Women’s Health Coalition, she lamented that Roe v. Wade was too much too soon. Americans needed a more incremental approach to child-killing to be convinced that it is a constitutional right, vital to women’s health, and, lately, even sacred. “You give it to them softly,” Ginsburg said. “And you build them up to what you want.” Janet Morana explains.
    • Segment Guests:
      • Janet Morana
        The Catholic View for Women

        Janet A. Morana serves as the Executive Director of Priests for Life and the Co-Founder of the Silent No More Awareness Campaign, the world’s largest mobilization of women and men who have lost children to abortion.

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    +  Spiritual Direction Connection

    • Segment Guests:
      • Dan Burke
        Executive Director , National Catholic Register
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