Catholic Connection – April 8, 2015 – Hour 1

+  Oklahoma Women's Conference/Religious Freedom

  • Description: In February of 2009, Robin Beck innocently walked into a Catholic Church to receive ashes. At the time, she was entrenched in the gay lifestyle and had no intention of ever leaving, let alone becoming a Roman Catholic. But God had other plans. A few months later, she began RCIA, having repented of and abandoned the gay life. In the months that followed, she would be completely transformed by the healing power of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament. The author of “I Just Came for Ashes”, Ms. Beck uses humor and grace as she shares her powerful conversion from a same-sex lifestyle to full communion in the Catholic Church. (Originally aired March 31, 2015)
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+  "Choose Life" License Plates in Michigan

  • Description: "The Michigan Senate approved a bill today (March 18) to allow motorists to purchase Choose Life license plates. The specialty plates would send a portion of the proceeds for the purchase of the plate to groups that provide women with abortion alternatives. Legislators approved the bill on a 26-11 vote. Republicans defeated an amendment to have a corresponding pro-abortion plate to raise funds for Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion business." ... (Originally aired March 25, 2015)
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+  Diocese of Lansing Catholic Men's Conference

  • Description: The "Accept the Challenge" 2015 Diocese of Lansing Catholic Men's Conference is taking place April 25th at St. Mary Magdalen Church in Brighton. Speakers include Matthew Leonard and Bert Ghezzi. (Originally aired April 2, 2015)
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    • Matthew Leonard
      Executive Director , St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology

      A convert to Catholicism and former missionary to Latin America, Matthew holds a Masters in Theology from Franciscan University and is a frequent guest on radio stations across the country including CBS, SiriusXM, and Immaculate Heart Radio. He television appearances include EWTN and Shalom Media. Matthew's articles have been published in newspapers and magazines such as Our Sunday Visitor, Shalom Tidings, and the Magnificat.

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+  Diocese of Lansing Catholic Men's Conference

  • Description: Matthew Leonard continued

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