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Ave Maria Radio is conducting an online only membership drive this month aimed at raising much-needed funds and increasing its membership numbers. The goal is to get at least 250 new people to pledge their support and join a growing army of members who are making Ave Maria Radio a national powerhouse for the proclamation of the Gospel and the teachings of the Catholic Church. By becoming a new member, you can be a part of this spirited movement of faith that broadcasts the salvation of Christ to people around the globe each and every day.

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Talking about the “things that matter most” on August 26
 
4:00 – “The Things We Share A Catholic’s Case for Same-Sex Marriage”
Former First Things Editor Jody Bottumhas set off a bit of a firestorm after publishing an article in Commonweal Magazine entitled “The Things We Share A Catholic’s Case for Same-Sex Marriage.” In the lengthy essay he writes, “Campaigns against same-sex marriage are hurting the church, offering the opportunity to make Catholicism a byword for repression in a generation that, even among young Catholics, just doesn’t think that same-sex activity is worth fighting about. There’s a reasonable case to be made that the struggle against abortion is slowly winning, but the fight against public acceptance of same-sex behavior has been utterly lost.” He is here to argue his case.
 
4:40 – Gay Panic Over New Russian Laws
The Russian parliament recently passed a national law forbidding homosexual proselytizing to schoolchildren. The law also forbids public manifestations like parades. An additional law forbids homosexual adoption of children or foreign adoption into countries that allow for homosexual “marriage.” Opponents of the law are not content simply to shock their friends with what is really going on in Russia. After all, these new laws are enough to shock the sensibilities of westerners where homosexuality has largely triumphed over the culture. Austin Ruse has just returned from Russia and is here to discuss the situation.
 
5:00 – Kresta Comments: Jody Bottom and the Future for the Church and the Culture in the Battle for Marriage
 
5:20 – In NM, Same-Sex Marriage Trumps Religious Liberty
The Supreme Court of New Mexico ruled last week that the First Amendment does not protect a Christian photographer’s ability to decline to take pictures of a same-sex commitment ceremony — even when doing so would violate the photographer’s deeply held religious beliefs. As Elaine Huguenin, owner of Elane Photography, explained: “The message a same-sex commitment ceremony communicates is not one I believe.” Is this a harbinger of things to come as we continue down the path of gay “marriage” as a civil right? We talk to Alliance Defending Freedom, who argued this case.
 
5:40 – The Personal Muslim
Steve Ray has led untold numbers of pilgrimages to the Middle East. One thing that necessarily entails is a lot of personal contact with Muslims. Steve is here to talk about the practical aspects of Islam in the Holy Land. How do Christians relate to Islam and to the Jews? How does Steve relate to Muslims as a Catholic tour guide in their countries? Steve tells us.

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