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Marian Apparitions in the Life of the Church (Mike Aquilina) 5/21/24

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Release Date: 05/21/2024

Weekend Readiness (Fr. Robert McTeigue, S.J.) 6/14/24 show art Weekend Readiness (Fr. Robert McTeigue, S.J.) 6/14/24

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This is the new Weekend Readiness segment for today's Remastered Let's Talk About This episode. Be sure to listen to the full episode linked in the show notes.   Show Notes

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Did you miss the live version of Ask Father during the On-Air Appeal? Check out his answers to your questions sent in, and please consider donating to The Station of the Cross to help us continue the great work of The Catholic Current.    

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Did you miss the live version of Ask Father during the On-Air Appeal? Check out his answers to your questions sent in, and please consider donating to The Station of the Cross to help us continue the great work of The Catholic Current.    

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What Do Catholic Artists Need? (Kathleen Carr) 6/11/24 show art What Do Catholic Artists Need? (Kathleen Carr) 6/11/24

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We welcome back Kathleen Carr of the Catholic Art Institute to discuss beauty, fellowship and the upcoming events of the Institute. How can the Church benefit from the development of the next generation of Catholic artists? Father finishes with Timely Thoughts.   Show Notes

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Brain Death and Organ Transplants (Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk) 6/10/24 show art Brain Death and Organ Transplants (Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk) 6/10/24

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We welcome back Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk of the National Catholic Bioethics Center to discuss brain death and the ethically concerning technologies involved in organ donation. Why are some choosing to tinker with the definition of death?   Show Notes  

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Why Do (Mass-going) Catholics Resent God? (Fr. Robert McTeigue, S.J.) 6/7/24 show art Why Do (Mass-going) Catholics Resent God? (Fr. Robert McTeigue, S.J.) 6/7/24

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In Let's Talk About This, Fr. McTeigue walks through his latest article published in Crisis Magazine. Does the bad behavior seen at St. Typical's really display an inward resentment of God? Father finishes with Weekend Readiness to help you prepare for the upcoming Sunday Mass.   Show Notes

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More Crimes, Fewer Convictions? (Heather Mac Donald) 6/6/24 show art More Crimes, Fewer Convictions? (Heather Mac Donald) 6/6/24

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We welcome back Heather Mac Donald of the Manhattan Institute to discuss her latest in City Journal on the Racial Justice Act of 2020 in California. What was Operation Windstar, and how are unrelated accusations of historical racial bias being used to overturn criminal convictions?   Show Notes    

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City Debt Crisis (Dr. Judge Glock) 6/5/24 show art City Debt Crisis (Dr. Judge Glock) 6/5/24

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We welcome back Dr. Judge Glock of the Manhattan Institute to discuss his latest in City Journal on the debt crisis facing major cities. Given the seemingly insurmountable debt they face, is it wrong to ask whether the municipal budgets were designed to fail?   Show Notes

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Does Government Harm the Homeless? (Steve Malanga) 6/4/24 show art Does Government Harm the Homeless? (Steve Malanga) 6/4/24

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We welcome back Steve Malanga of the Manhattan Institute to discuss his latest in City Journal on homelessness, and the government responses fueled by do-something-ism. How much worse have government housing policies made the situation? Father finishes with some Timeless Thoughts.   Show Notes    

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Guess Who's Against Science Now? (Jim Meigs) 6/3/24 show art Guess Who's Against Science Now? (Jim Meigs) 6/3/24

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We welcome back Jim Meigs of the Manhattan Institute to discuss his latest in City Journal on plagiarism and an anti-scientific trend within the scientific community. Is ideology valued above truth even within scientific journals?   Show Notes

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