Mike Aquilina’s new book, “Friendship and the Fathers: How the Early Church Evangelized.” Mary Kate Knorr talks about Feminae Vero and the deeper problems surrounding abortion.
Segment 1 – Intro and News
Segment 2 & 3 – Friendship and the Fathers: How the Early Church Evangelized
“Friendship and the Fathers brings together, for the first time, the Fathers’ doctrine and stories of friendship—mostly in their own words. You’ll meet many giants of the early Church.”
Mike Aquilina is executive vice-president of the St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology and a contributing editor for Angelus News. He is author of more than fifty books, including The Fathers of the Church and Villains of the Early Church. He hosts the “Way of the Fathers” podcast for CatholicCulture.org and edits the Reclaiming Catholic History series for Ave Maria Press.
Friendship and the Fathers: How the Early Church Evangelized
Mike Aquilina’s website.
Segment 4 – Pro-Life Activist Takes on the Deeper Problems Surrounding Abortion
Feminae Vero aims to educate medical professionals, elected officials and especially women everywhere of the truth about women’s health.
Mary Kate Knorr is a pro-life leader who has worked on the state and federal levels of the fight against abortion. After serving as the executive director of Illinois Right to Life and as strategic director for Students for Life Action, she recently launched her own initiative called Feminae Vero.
Pro-Life Activist Takes on the Deeper Problems Surrounding Abortion