Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on July 20, 2018
4:00 – Can there really be “Communion” between Anglicans and Catholics?
A new document looks for ways to establish closer ties between the Anglican and Catholic Churches. Can we really grow closer with a Church that ordains female deacons and even those who deny the bodily resurrection? We’ll talk with Janet Smith.
4:40 – Register Recap: Register Recap: More accusations against McCarrick + New Study Casts Doubt on the Shroud
You may have seen the news yesterday of a study that claims the blood stain patterns on the Shroud of Turin prove it is a fake. The study says the patterns do not match those of a body that is lying flat. Some Shroud experts have dismissed the study, criticizing its methodology. In other news, a new accusation against Cardinal McCarrick alleges he sexually abused an 11-year-old boy in 1969. Matthew Bunson joins us for our weekly conversation.
5:00 – Union + Fruit = Love: Understanding Humane vitae
The upcoming 50th anniversary of Humane vitae gives us the opportunity to mediate once again on the Church’s teaching on the generation of new human life. Unfortunately, despite unprecedented levels of support and evidence for the teachings outlined in Humane, objectors continue to misunderstand and misrepresent it. Maria Fedoryka joins us with more.
5:20 – Keeping the Flame of Faith Alive
How do we keep our flame of faith alive? How can we share with others something that we don’t know and love ourselves? John Wood has a list on answers, summarized by the acronym SAINTS. John joins us to explain the details.