Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on July 26, 2017
4:00 – Fake Science
We should be able to rely on unbiased facts of science when we make decisions regarding our health, education and the wellbeing of our families. However, partisan interest groups often manipulate facts and repress any data or debate that doesn’t fit their agenda. Austin Ruse joins us with a look at the only thing more dangerous than Fake News – Fake Science.
4:40 – Does Pope Francis Hate Pets? – and other questions you never thought to ask
We spend a lot of time discussing how to defend the key tenants of the Catholic faith, such as the Marian doctrine or the Eucharist. Today, we’ll look at the questions you’ve never thought of. Did Pope Francis really say he doesn’t like pets? Are you obligated to give to anyone who asks? We’ll tackle these questions and more with Fr Michael Kerper.
5:00 – (Extra) Ordinary God Moments
Are you holding back on seeking God, waiting for him to appear in a monumental flash of light? You don’t need to. You can discover the unexpected beauty of God’s presence in the most ordinary things – doing chores, walking in the woods or even preparing breakfast. We’ll talk about these “ordinary” God moments with Andy Otto.
5:20 – Forgotten Girls: Stories of Hope and Courage
On July 30, the UN recognizes the World Day Against Trafficking in Persons. In light of that, and of the terrible story out of San Antonio, we’ll talk with Michele Rickett. Michele has traveled the world working with girls who have been the victims of starvation, displacement and other forms of abuse. She joins us with their stories.