Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on September 5, 2019
4:00 – The Catholic Faith of Poland
Steve Ray joins us to continue our look at the strong Catholic faith exhibited in Poland.
4:20 – Barbara Morgan and the Rise of Lay Catechesis
Barbara Morgan, the foundress of Franciscan University’s Catechetics program and a great lay evangelist, passed away this week. Her students Sr. John Dominic and Jeff Cavins join us with a look at her work and how she took co-responsibility for the laity.
5:00 – The Anglican Ordinariate and the Book of Common Prayer
Fr. Justin Fletcher is a priest in the Anglican Ordinariate that Benedict XVI established for Anglicans who wanted to return to full communion with the Catholic Church also retain what was good in their Book of Common Prayer. He joins us.
5:20 – Becoming Whole After Abortion
Myra Lautner was raised in an abusive home and early in her adult life had two abortions. But through the grace of God she has found hope, healing and peace. She shares her story.
5:40 – What’s Happening in Hong Kong?
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam announced Wednesday that she will finally withdraw the loathed extradition bill that kick-started three months of violent protests. The move was greeted not with the relief or happiness she might have hoped for, but with frustration and anger that the compromise had taken so long and the protests are expected to continue. Reggie Littlejohn fills us in.