Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on August 20, 2020
4:00 – Social Science Apologetics: Is faith growing, even with closed churches?
A new survey from Pew Research found that nearly 25% of US adults have found their faith growing stronger during the pandemic, even with churches closed. We’ll talk about what this means for the family and building the domestic church with Greg Popcak.
4:20 – The Miracle on the Vistula: A 20th-Century Lepanto?
Most Catholic history buffs are familiar with the Battle of Lepanto, the 1571 naval battle that saved the Christian West from the Ottoman Turks which falls on the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. But there’s another battle credited to Marian intercession that is less well-known but no less incredible: The 1920 Battle of Warsaw in which the Polish Army turned back a massive Soviet invasion force. Filip Mazurczak has the story.
5:00 – A Catholic View on Feminism
We’ve seen during this election season how the Democratic Party has doubled down on its commitment to abortion, placing it under the banner of Women’s Rights. How did the two become so intertwined? Sue Ellen Browder was there at the beginning. She joins us looking at the history of feminism in America and the idea of Sex and the Catholic feminist.