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Fighting Woke Propaganda (Noelle Mering/ Stacy Langton) 12/16/21

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Release Date: 12/16/2021

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We welcome back Pastor and canon lawyer Fr. Gerald Murry of EWTN to begin the discussion on the newest Vatican document on human dignity. Why is the United Nations being cited as a credible source, and why isn't Quas Primas and the social reign of Christ the King?   Show Notes 

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We welcome Kathleen Carr of the Sacred Art Institute to discuss the universal need for beauty in the life of man. How does the absence of liturgical beauty affect us, and how can sacred art aid in evangelization? Father Finishes with Timely Thoughts.   Show Notes

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We welcome back Eric Sammons of Crisis Magazine to discuss gimmick, pandering, and the utter farce by those in authority who call for us to be a "listening Church". Why write and then pay attention to surveys meant to pander to those who do not believe?   Show Notes    

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We welcome back Matt Archbold of Creative Minority Report to discuss the virtue of Hope in light of the Resurrection. If Christians are called to be out-of-sync with the desires of the world, why do so many compromise to try and fit in?   Show Notes

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We welcome back Mary Carmichael of Homeschool Flip House to discuss humility, flexibility, and the importance of fostering community in the creation of a successful homeschool family. What's the real purpose of education, and why is that so easy to lose track of? Father finishes with Timely Thoughts.   Show Notes

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We welcome back Shawn Carney of 40 Days for Life to discuss the attractiveness of Truth, the repulsiveness of "at least" Catholicism, and the joy that comes from fighting on the winning side. How are we to celebrate our victories without resting on our laurels?   Show Notes

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We begin with Noelle Mering author of, Awake, Not Woke and a fellow at the Ethics & Public Policy Center to explain what it means to be "Woke" and why it's problematic. Then we welcome Stacy Langton who garnished national attention for standing up to her local school board for allowing pornographic books in the school library.