Catholic Connection – May 19, 2017 – Hour 1

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+  Catholics and Protestants: What Can We Learn From Each Other?

  • Description: "The widely read author and philosopher Peter Kreeft presents a unique book about the important beliefs that Catholics and Protestants share in common. Inspired by Christ's prayer for unity in the Gospel of John and Saint John Paul II's encyclical Ut Unum Sint, Kreeft demonstrates that Christian reunification is possible. While he acknowledges that there are still significant differences between Catholics and Protestants, he emphasizes that they agree on the single most important issue: justification." (Originally aired April 25, 2017)
  • Segment Guests:
    • Dr. Peter Kreeft

      Peter Kreeft, Ph.D., a Professor of Philosophy at Boston College, is one of the most widely read Christian authors of our time. His many bestselling books include Back to Virtue, Because God Is Real, Jacob’s Ladder, You Can Understand the Bible, Angels and Demons, Heaven: The Heart's Deepest Longing, and A Summa of the Summa.

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+  Catholics and Protestants: What Can We Learn From Each Other?

  • Description: Dr. Peter Kreeft continued

+  That Nothing May Be Lost: Reflections on Catholic Doctrine and Devotion

  • Description: "Fr. Paul Scalia reveals a scholar's mind and a pastor's heart in these inspiring reflections on a wide range of Catholic teachings and practices. Rooted in Scripture, these insights place the reader on a path to a deeper, more meaningful relationship with God. Among the topics explored are deepening one's knowledge of Jesus, partaking of the life of grace through the sacraments, and cultivating the art of prayer as a continuous conversation with God." (Originally aired April 20, 2017)
  • Segment Guests:
    • Fr. Paul Scalia

      Fr. Paul Scalia, a native of Virginia, studied theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University and the Pontifical University of Saint Thomas Aquinas in Rome. Ordained in 1996, Fr. Scalia was appointed the Bishop's Delegate for Clergy in 2012. He has written for various publications and has served as a frequent contributor to the Arlington Catholic Herald and Encourage and Teach, the diocesan blog.

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        • That Nothing May Be Lost: Reflections on Catholic Doctrine and Devotion
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