Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on November 7, 2019
4:00 – New Platform Allows Dominican Sisters Share Community More Widely
Lumen Ecclesiae Digital–or ‘LED’– is a new digital community created as a response to many requests for a share in the beautiful and joyous life of the Dominican Sisters of Mary. The Sisters cannot be everywhere physically, but through Lumen Ecclesiae Digital the Sisters hope to present audio and visual opportunities to engage with uplifting and fruitful content. They’ve already begun producing content, including an extensive discussion with Amy Grant. Sr John Dominic joins us with more.
4:20 – Persecuted, Not Abandoned: Christians in Nigeria
Christians in Nigeria have faced intense pressure from Boko Haram, the Fulani herdsmen and other sources. Just last week a seminary rector was kidnapped and only released after a ransom was paid. Michael McClymond has just returned from a mission trip to the country and he joins us to discuss how, even in the times of greatest persecution, we are not abandoned.
5:00 – What Does Real Doctrinal Development Look Like?
A recent essay in Vatican News states that “Doctrinal development is a people walking together” and that the Church teaches the Church teaches, “It is necessary to follow the Spirit, rather than the strict letter.” Dr Eduardo Echeverria disagrees, and he joins us with his response.