Fr. Michael Giesler talks about his new book, “How Christ Saves Souls―with Us: The Mystery of Co-Redemption.” Patrick Reilly comments on a proposal by the NEA to change “mother” to “birthing parent.” Gail Buckley has our Bible verse of the week.
Segment 1 – Intro and News
Segment 2 & 3 – How Christ Saves Souls―with Us: The Mystery of Co-Redemption
“There is an important truth too many Christians don’t know: we are called to actively participate in the redemption Christ won for us on the Cross. This is at once simple and complex—how can we be co-redeemers? With a clear and lively style, How Christ Saves Souls—with Us: The Mystery of Co-Redemption calls the everyday Catholic to embrace their role as a partaker in Christ’s redeeming grace.”
Father Michael Giesler is a priest of the Prelature of Opus Dei who lives in Saint Louis, Missouri. He has written a trilogy of books about the early Christians and their transforming influence in the world during the first centuries after Christ, along with many articles about Scripture and contemporary topics. Fr. Giesler is also the author of a short book with practical advice for helping young people to do mental prayer. He has taught and offered spiritual direction for both priests and laymen for over forty years.
How Christ Saves Souls―with Us: The Mystery of Co-Redemption
Segment 4 – National Education Association teachers union proposes resolution to change ‘mother’ to ‘birthing parent’
The National Education Association proposed a resolution that would change the word “mother” in contracts to “birthing parent” for the purpose of being inclusive to the LGBTQIA+ community. Patrick Reilly joins us.
Patrick J. Reilly is president and founder of The Cardinal Newman Society, which promotes and defends faithful Catholic education. He also teaches at Aquinas Learning, a classical Catholic homeschool program led by his wife Rosario.
National Education Association teachers union proposes resolution to change ‘mother’ to ‘birthing parent’
Task Force for Eucharistic Education
Segment 5 – Bible Verse of the Week
Teresa and Gail discuss Proverbs 31:11-12 — “The heart of her husband trusts in her; and he will have no lack of gain. She does him good and not harm, all the days of her life.”
Gail Buckley Barringer
President & Founder, Catholic Scripture Study International