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Catholic Connection – June 23, 2021 – Hour 1

Leah Darrow disagrees with those who claim having babies kills your dreams. Dr. Ted Sri with his Biblical Walk Through the Mass. Doug Campbell talks about Hope Clinic in Ypsilanti.


Segment 1 – Intro and News


Segment 2 Teresa’s Two Cents

Leah Darrow: ‘Babies Do Not Kill Dreams’

Segment 3 – A Biblical Walk Through the Mass

The Mass is nothing short of amazing. Through it, we encounter God in the most intimate way possible as we hear him speak to us in the Liturgy of the Word and as we receive him Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity in the Holy Eucharist. The words, the gestures, and the rituals of the Mass are rich in meaning. Everything we say and do in the Liturgy is steeped in biblical language. A Biblical Walk Through the Mass explores the extraordinary biblical roots of the Liturgy and reveals what it all means and why it all matters. This fascinating tour of the Mass will renew your faith and deepen your love for and devotion to the Holy Eucharist. (Originally aired June 16, 2021)

Dr. Edward Sri is a theologian, author and well-known Catholic speaker who appears regularly on EWTN. Each year he speaks to tens of thousands of people from around the world, including clergy, parish leaders, catechists and laity. He is the host of the acclaimed film series Symbolon: The Catholic Faith Explained and the presenter of several faith formation film series, including A Biblical Walk through the Mass; Mary: A Biblical Walk with the Blessed Mother; and Follow Me: Meeting Jesus in the Gospel of John.




Segment 4 – The Hope Clinic in Ypsilanti

Hope Clinic just launched its public phase of its $5.5 million dollar capital campaign to more than double the number of uninsured served at the clinic. Chairing the campaign are executives from Michigan Medicine, St Joseph Mercy Ann Arbor, and IHA. (Originally aired June 3, 2021)

Doug Campbell serves at Hope Clinic by working with the board, staff, and volunteers to make lives better in SE Michigan. Born in Detroit, he studied Art History at Kenyon College in Ohio and in Florence and Rome, Italy. He began work as a development officer before he enrolled at Princeton Theological Seminary where he completed his Masters in Divinity. 

The Hope Clinic in Ypsilanti




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