Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on April 22, 2015
4:00 – Kresta Comments: A Turning Point in San Francisco?
Progressives set their crosshairs on San Francisco recently when Archbishop Cordileone announced that Catholic school teachers in his diocese were required to stay faithful to Church teaching while they were in the classroom. The archbishop was accused of fostering a culture of intolerance and hatred. Sam Singer was hired to start a smear campaign against him. 100 so-called “prominent Catholics” published a letter in the San Francisco Chronicle calling on Pope Francis to replace the archbishop with someone who is “committed to our values and teachings.” Despite these efforts, it seems locals still support the archbishop. A poll by the Chronicle showed that 78% of respondents feel Cordileone is upholding the values of the Church and should not be replaced. Al has thoughts on the latest developments.
4:20 – Overcoming Sinful Anger
It only takes a few seconds of anger to undo years spent fostering peace and mercy. St. Francis de Sales knew that anger never leads to happiness and can cause tremendous harm to our relationship with God. Fr. TG Morrow is here to with tools you can use to cultivate habits that lead to virtuous action.
5:00 – Kresta Comments: A Turning Point in San Francisco?
5:20 – TBA
5:40 – Who Really Won? The Sisters or the Vatican?
The Leadership Conference of Women Religious has agreed to terms with the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith to help refocus its role to be “centered on Jesus Christ and faithful to the teachings of the Church.” The mainstream media has depicted this as a “victory” for the sisters against an overbearing and interfering Vatican institution. Was there really a ‘winner’ or ‘loser’ in these meetings? What do the results actually mean? Ann Carey joins us.