Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on March 25, 2020
4:00 – The New Testament in Its World
In reading the New Testament, it quickly becomes obvious that the events occurred in a world that is much different from ours today. What were the attitudes and values of the people at the time? How was it influenced by the Greeks, Romans and other cultures? And how does the universal message of the New Testament apply to that audience and to ours? We talk with NT Wright.
5:00 – The Love That Keeps Us Sane
St Therese is beloved for her “Little Way,” seeing all things as God sees – in the light of Eternity. This allows us to live more authentically and attentively, dealing with life’s absurdities without losing hope. We talk with Fr. Marc Foley
5:20 – Empowering Our Kids for the Decisions that Matter Most
Spring is here and, despite the Coronavirus, students around the country are making plans for the next step. What if we taught them to measure success not by the school they attend or the size of their bank account, but by how they follow Christ? On this Feast of the Annunciation we’re remembering Mary’s decision to offer a complete yes to God…what if we taught our kids to do the same? We’ll talk with Leonard Delorezno.