Outspoken Vladimir Putin critic Boris Nemstov was murdered this weekend in Moscow near Red Square. George Weigel joins us to discuss the assassination, as well as the ongoing struggles in Ukraine. George Weigel is a Distinguished Senior Fellow of Ethics and Public Policy Center as
Buy Teresa’s book, Walk Softly and Carry a Great Bag here: https://avemariaradio.net/product/ttb… Teresa Tomeo is here with insights on how to find God in the details of a busy, complicated life. Teresa Tomeo is the host of Catholic Connection on Ave Maria Radio as well
Steve Ray is here to take us on a journey through the footprints of Abraham as we examine the life of one of the earliest fathers of our faith. This previews Steve’s new video on Abraham from his “Footprints of God” series. Along with his
It only takes a few seconds of anger to undo years spent fostering peace and mercy. St. Francis de Sales knew that anger never leads to happiness and can cause tremendous harm to our relationship with God. Fr. Thomas Morrow is here to with tools
It’s been just over ten years since the end of St. John Paul II’s earthly mission and his legacy lives on. Marybeth Bonacci is here with a look into the relevance of John Paul II masterpiece the Theology of the Body, both today and into
Advocates of euthanasia, or “Death with Dignity,” say their cause is all about reducing the suffering of a sick person and their family. They argue that by allowing patients to die “on their own terms,” euthanasia eliminates the suffering of all involved. Wesley Smith disagrees.
Star Trek fans lost one of their heroes last week. Leonard Nimoy, known to millions as Mr. Spock, passed away from heart complications. Star Trek and Mr. Spock left a major mark on American culture and entertainment. What lessons can we learn from them? Steven
When Chaunie Marie Brusie stared down at the pregnancy test her senior year of college and saw two tiny blue lines–a positive test–she knew the road forward would be filled with difficult decisions, but she rose to the challenge. Brusie graduated from college, got married,
Everybody thinks they know what they mean when they say “the Crusades.” Where do we get the idea of “Crusades”? Are these a series of discreet actions taken by western Christians? Are the Crusades some sort of massive blueprint put in place by the Pope?
The rioting has slowed down, but tensions are still extremely high in Ferguson after a grand jury announced that officer Darren Wilson will not be indicted in the shooting death of Michael Brown. There has been intense debate nationwide about the shooting, race relations and