We open up the phone lines, discussing race, police and being “Slow to Speak.”
We continue taking your calls, discussing race, police and being “Slow to Speak.”
We discuss the latest in Hong Kong and further reactions to the Chauvin case, and Terry Mattingly asks why the mainstream press has neglected to cover the latest ISIS beheading.
Matthew Bunson discusses an upcoming Vatican conference and Pastor Darryl Spence shares how things are going in Minneapolis.
We look at some of the early reactions to the Chauvin conviction and talk with Robby Gallaty about the “Forgotten” Jesus.
Bill Cook looks at St. Leo IX’s Leadership in Schism.
Al celebrates the birthday of Mother Angelica, looks at the breakup of Big Tech with Rachel Bovard, and Chadd Garcia weighs in on the COVID stimuluses effect on the economy.
Raymond Ibrahim has news of another ISIS beheading as well as blasphemy laws in Pakistan, and Joelle Maryn shares how her faith arose from the ashes of a childhood tragedy.
Guest host Jerry Usher and Steve Ray discuss what happened on the Road to Emmaus.
Guest host Jerry Usher looks at the latest news on David Daleiden, a newly-declared Blessed, and the decline in Church attendance.