Catholic Connection – December 17, 2015 – Hour 2

+  Intro and News

+  Marching Orders: A Tactical Plan For Converting The World To Christ

  • Description: "In Marching Orders, Dr. McGuire gives you the virtue-building tools and resources—your weapons for the fight—you need to be a faithful disciple, and a battle-tested plan for turning your faith into evangelism. He shows you how to survey the field, how to assess your forces and the enemy’s, when to advance and when to retreat, how to overcome obstacles, ways to work with our field officers in the Church, and more."
  • Segment Guests:
    • Dr. Dan McGuire

      Dan McGuire, Ph.D., is associate professor of theology and ministry at the University of Great Falls, Mont. Prior to becoming a theology professor, he served as an infantry officer in the Marines for twenty years. His special interest is fundamental theology—in particular, helping Catholics rediscover the philosophical underpinnings of the Faith.

    • Resources:
      • Book(s):
        • Marching Orders: A Tactical Plan For Converting The World To Christ
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+  Marching Orders: A Tactical Plan For Converting The World To Christ

  • Description: Dr. Dan McGuire continued

+  Under Caesar's Sword: Rome Conference

  • Description: "Under Caesar’s Sword" is an effort to discover and draw attention to the ways in which Christian communities around the world respond to the severe violation of their religious freedom. These strategies vary widely, ranging from nonviolent protest movements of the kind that Pope John Paul II led in communist Poland, to the complex diplomacy of Christian churches in China, to simply fleeing from persecution en masse, as Christians have in Iraq. Further, the project aims to raise solidarity with persecuted Christians worldwide and to help them respond justly and effectively.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Travis Weber
      Director of the Center for Religious Liberty , Family Research Council

      Before joining FRC, Travis worked in private practice, primarily litigating federal civil rights cases. He also handled military-related legal issues and criminal defense matters. Travis holds a J.D. from Regent University School of Law, where he served as the Notes & Comments Editor on Law Review. Travis also graduated with an LL.M. in International Law (with distinction) and a Certificate in International Human Rights Law from Georgetown University Law Center.

    • Resources:

+  Under Caesar's Sword: Rome Conference

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