Dr. Meg Meeker weighs in on the effects of the Texas school shooting on children. John Martignoni talks about his very popular new book, “Blue Collar Apologetics.”
Segment 1 – Effects of School Shooting in Texas
(Originally aired May 26, 2022)
Meg Meeker, M.D., has spent more than twenty years practicing pediatric and adolescent medicine and counseling teens and parents. Dr. Meeker is a fellow of the National Advisory Board of the Medical Institute, and the author of several books, including the national bestseller, STRONG FATHERS, STRONG DAUGHTERS; THE 10 HABITS OF HAPPY MOTHERS; and BOYS SHOULD BE BOYS. A popular speaker on pediatric health issues and child-parent relationships, she is a frequent guest on nationally syndicated radio and television programs. Dr. Meg’s website.
Segment 2, 3, 4 – Blue Collar Apologetics: How To Explain and Defend Catholic Teaching Using Common Sense, Simple Logic, and the Bible
“With an easygoing and inviting style, EWTN’s John Martignoni doesn’t simply introduce you to the major doctrines of the Catholic Faith; he explains why they are true and shows you how to explain them effectively to Protestants and “cafeteria Catholics” alike in ways that will draw them into those truths.” (Originally aired May 4, 2022)
John Martignoni is the founder and president of the Bible Christian Society, an apologetics and evangelization apostolate that reaches hundreds of thousands of people each year across the United States and throughout the world with the truths of the Catholic Faith. For seventeen years, he hosted EWTN Radio’s Open Line, which was heard on hundreds of stations around the country, and he has founded and run Catholic radio stations in Alabama. He has a regular e-newsletter—Apologetics for the Masses—that has more than forty thousand subscribers in all fifty states and in more than eighties countries around the world. He is currently the director of evangelization for the Diocese of Birmingham in Alabama.
Order: Blue Collar Apologetics: How To Explain and Defend Catholic Teaching Using Common Sense, Simple Logic, and the Bible