Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on February 10, 2020
4:00 – President Trump Hosts Juan Guaido at White House, Promises New Action
As usual, there were several honored guests at the State of the Union address who were recognized during the speech. Among them was Juan Guaido, whom President Trump introduced as Venezuela’s “true and legitimate” leader. Trump has also promised new actions in Venezuela in the next month. Alejandro Bermudez takes a look at the significance of Guaido’s appearance at the State of the Union and how protests there have unfolded.
4:20 – Wisdom Begins in Wonder: How Authentic Catholic Educators and Families Can Save the Culture
Father Gabriel Richard High School is continuing its annual Familiaris Consortio Conference series. The Theme this year is Wisdom Begins in Wonder: How Authentic Catholic Educators and Families Can Save the Culture and will feature Mary Rice Hasson, Dr Greg and Lisa Popcak and many others. John Dejak joins us with a preview.
4:40 – Reclaiming Sundays for Faith, Family and Rest
When we reminisce about the “good old days,” one of the features we tend to remember is how we spent our Sundays. Almost all the stores were closed, and after church we’d have a family dinner and spend the day resting. While the culture has long since abandoned such traditions, it doesn’t mean we can’t restore it within our families. Donna-Marie Cooper O’Boyle joins us to discuss how we can reclaim our Sundays.
5:00 – Social Science Apologetics: The Problems with Cohabiting
Yesterday we kicked of National Marriage Week with World Marriage Sunday. Marriage is a unique covenant and gift from God, but it’s one fewer people are taking advantage of as they choose to simply live together rather than tie the know. Greg Popcak joins us with more.
5:20 – Are the Oscars Still Relevant?
At the 92nd Academy Awards last night, the South Korean film Parasite became the first foreign-language film to win Best Picture, edging out 1917, Joker, The Irishman and other films. Other highlights from the night include the usual political soapboxing and a surprise performance by Eminem for an award he won more than a decade ago. Steven Greydanus has a recap.