Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on August 6, 2018
4:00 – Made for Happiness
You’re all invited to join the Bishop Earl Boyea and the Diocese of Lansing at the Made for Happiness diocesan assembly – a celebration of our faith and the Eucharist. More than 10,000 Catholics will be there for a four-mile Eucharistic procession, great speakers and music, and a Mass with every priest in the diocese. Craig Pohl gives us a sneak peek,
4:20 – Social Science Apologetics: How Do I Know When I Need Counseling?
When we get sick, we go to our doctor. If we have a toothache, we see a dentist. And we don’t think twice about it – we know we have a problem, so we seek out a specialist who can give us the proper care. So why are so many of us reluctant to seek out help for problems of the mind? When is the proper time to seek counseling? We talk with Dr. Greg Popcak.
4:40 – Solidarity Healthshare Expands to NaPro Coverage
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Humane vitae, Solidarity Healthshare has announced changes which will allow for the sharing of costs of medically proven procedures such as Natural Procreative Technology. What are these procedures and how do they fit in with the Church’s vision of sexuality and the Person? We talk with Brad Hahn.
5:00 – Kresta Comments: The Transfiguration – not just a Light Show
5:20 – A Calvinist comes home
Growing up in Alabama, Charlie Mckinney and his family were active in the church in a community and culture that was predominantly southern Baptists. In fact, Charlie does not recall even knowing a person of the Catholic faith until arriving in Washington, D.C. post graduation. IAs his journey continued, it reached a critical point with the arrival of his first child and the dilemma of infant baptism. Charlie joins us.