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Catholic Connection – Jan 17, 2023 – Hour 1

Camille Pauley shares short videos to arm pro-lifers with information. Dr. James Papandrea’s new book, “Reading Scripture Like the Early Church.”



Segment 1 – Intro and News


Segment 2 & 3 – Healing the Culture Empowers Pro-Lifers with Answers to Pro-Choice Arguments ahead of the March for Life
“With the serious deficit of healthy dialogue around critical issues in the United States, Healing the Culture, a pro-life educational organization, has released six 90-second, quick-hitting videos to arm pro-lifers with easy tools for pro-life evangelization ahead of the March for Life. The videos can be found at www.RespectLife.University and cover a variety of topics such as rape and incest, life of the mother, fetal disabilities, and end of life care.”  (Originally aired January 10, 2023)

Camille Pauley is the President and Cofounder of Healing the Culture. In 2003 Camille co-founded Healing the Culture with Fr. Robert Spitzer using his unique curriculum to change hearts and minds, and build a culture of life. Under Camille’s leadership, Healing the Culture has quickly grown into an internationally recognized organization with a powerful pro-life message, a wealth of successful products and resources, and tremendous influence in the cultural battle over abortion and euthanasia.



Segment 4 – Reading Scripture Like the Early Church
“In this brief yet penetrating book, Dr. James Papandrea reveals what the early Church Fathers actually taught and believed about the Holy Scriptures as well as how they read, understood, and interpreted the Word of God. He explains the process by which the books of the Bible were selected and demonstrates the harmoniousness and complementarity of the Gospels.”  Click here for more information.  (Originally aired December 15, 2022)

James L. Papandrea is a Catholic professor, author, speaker, and musician. Baptized Catholic but raised Protestant and eventually ordained in a Protestant denomination, Jim reverted to the Catholic Church through his studies of the Church Fathers. He holds an M.Div. degree from Fuller Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in the History and Theology of the Early Christian Church from Northwestern University. Jim is currently Professor of Church History and Historical Theology at Garrett-Evangelical Seminary at Northwestern University, as well as a consultant in Adult Faith Formation and a regular speaker in parish and lay formation programs across the Chicago area.











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