Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on March 4, 2020
4:00 – Friend of Jean Vanier ‘heartbroken’ for abuse victims, but hopeful for the future of L’Arche
How do you cope when a man you had the utmost respect for is revealed to have a dark, disturbing secret? Like many Christians, Professor Stanley Hauweras has been dealing with that question since the disturbing news of Jean Vanier was revealed last week. He joins us.
4:20 – Brazil’s Journey to the Edge of Democracy
The last 10 years in Brazil have been a time of incredible political unrest and strife. Bruno Moreira has witnessed it and he joins us with a look at Catholics and Evangelicals in Brazil, how they view the US, the role of the faith in the culture and much more.
5:00 – New Report on Worldwide Christian Persecution Sounds the Alarm
The 2020 “World Watch List,” published by international religious freedom advocate Open Doors, confirms the unprecedented level of persecution against Christians around the world — a persecution that appears even worse than what the Church experienced in the first few centuries of its existence. We talk with Dan Philpott as we broadcast from the Called and Co-responsible Conference
5:20 – Called and Co-Responsible
Pope Benedict once said that Co-responsibility demands a change in mindset especially concerning the role of lay people in the Church. They should not be regarded as “collaborators” of the clergy, but, rather, as people who are really “co-responsible” for the Church’s being and acting.” We’re examining what this means as we broadcast live from Notre Dame’s called and co-responsible conference