Dr Steve Doran explains a new debate on the definition of brain death.
We discuss mainstream press reactions to the USCCB with Terry Mattingly.
Monica Miller shares her latest Red Rose Rescue experience and Fr Charles Fox has thoughts on dialogue with the bishops.
The bishops voted in favor of allowing the USCCB Committee on Doctrine to draft a document on the Eucharist. Guest host Matthew Bunson has analysis with Montse Alvarado and Matt Hadro.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops this week voted to move forward on several action items, including a draft of a teaching document on the Eucharist. Meeting virtually for their annual spring general assembly, the U.S. bishops voted on Thursday to begin drafting “a formal
Guest host Dr. Greg Popcak shares some of his thoughts. Then Joe Heschmeyer discusses his new book A Man Named Joseph: Guardian for Our Times. Then, Montse Alvarado joins us to discuss the religious freedom victory at the Supreme Court with Fulton v City of Philadelphia.
Dr. Matthew Bunson and guest host Dr. Greg Popcak discuss day two of the USCCB June meeting. Plus, Mike Aquilina discuss his new book Friendship and the Fathers: How the Early Church Evangelized.
The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) spring general assembly got underway with some immediate controversy Wednesday as a vigorous debate arose over what is usually a routine vote to approve the meeting agenda. The meeting, held in a virtual format due to the
Dr. Matthew Bunson from EWTN News joins guest host Jerry Usher to discuss day one of the USCCB June meeting. Plus, Cy Kellett discusses his new book, A Teacher of Strange Things.
A poll by a Catholic advocacy group released on Tuesday found that, among Catholics who attend Mass regularly, the vast majority say that Catholic politicians who take policy positions contrary to Church teaching “create confusion” among the faithful. The poll, conducted by CRC Research on