Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on May 21, 2019
4:00 – A Catholic Perspective on Vaccines
In the year 2000, measles was declared eradicated in the United States, largely thanks to the vaccine that first became available in 1968. However, since January of this year 764 people around the country have had a confirmed case of measles. Some Christians are concerned about vaccines that were developed from fetal cell lines. We get a Catholic medical perspective from Dr Rusty Chavey.
4:40 – How the Saints Helped Me Accept God’s Idea of Perfect
For years, Colleen Campbell saw herself as a perfectionist. She drafted her first résumé in sixth grade, spell-checked her high-school boyfriend’s love letters, and thought of herself as an ambitious but well-rounded person who worked hard and played hard. But after she became a mother, she saw how insidiously perfectionism had infected her spiritual life, and how harmful it could be to her family. Seeking help, she turned to the saints. She joins us to share how the saints’ inspiration helped her trade her own dream of perfect for God’s.
5:00 – Social Science Apologetics: As the Family Goes, so goes the World
Families are under more pressure than ever today. School, work, social media, drugs, materialism and other issues all challenge each member of the family and make it more difficult to find a spiritual connection. The constraints on time alone make it tough for families to even have dinner together! Catholic families are no different; however, they are called to live differently. Dr Greg Popcak and others will be exploring just how we are called to live differently at a conference this summer. He joins us.
5:20 – Living Authentic Catholic Manhood
Over the last generation many questions have been raised about authentic manhood and womanhood. And now the very categories of male and female are being discarded. How does one act like a gentleman in such confusing times? We talk with Sam Guzman