Call Me Catholic - 12/13/2018 - Marriage Enrichment.
This month's marriage enrichment segment with Greg and Julie Alexander. Also, Jim Cavnar with Cross Catholic Outreach's Box of Joy.
Call Me Catholic - 12/12/2018 - All things Catholic
Catholic Connection is all things Catholic. Tune this one in and see for yourself.
Call Me Catholic - 11/19/2018 - USCCB Conference
Teresa talks with Dr. Janet Smith about the USCCB Assembly in Baltimore, Md. and Gail Buckley also dropped by with the bible verse of the week.
Call Me Catholic - 10/27/2018 - Scaring and Daring
The Scaring and the Daring
In this season of getting scared, will you dare to be different and choose a Halloween costume that might evangelize trick or treaters? Peggy lists the top five saints who lend themselves to fabulous costumes for scaring and inspiring.
Author Mark Sullivan talks about his 2017 bestseller “Beneath a Scarlet Sky” the true story of one young Italian man’s incredible daring during WWII and the Catholic priests who helped him save the lives of Jews during one of history’s darkest hours.
Mark Sullivan continues his conversation with Peggy about Cardinal Alfredo Schuster of Milan, Italy, whose cause for sainthood stemmed from his heroic efforts to save Italian Jews during Hitler and Mussolini’s reign of terror.
What is Dia de Muertos and why has its imagery become synonymous with the celebration of Halloween in modern culture? Fr. Rafael Lueveno, professor at Chapman University, talks about this holiday’s ethnic origins and its relevance to our faith.
Call Me Catholic - 10/21/2018 - Trends
Trends come and go but the Church goes on forever. In the Call Me Catholic Countdown, Peggy lists the top five trends to watch with regard to the practice of our faith.
Host of the nationally syndicated Catholic radio show “Trending”, Timmerie Millington measures the current trends of sexuality, feminism, and gender ideology against the yardstick of our faith.
Timmerie and Peggy continue their discussion about what’s trending in our culture and how to counteract damage done by the current of modern thinking.
Fr. Alan Benander, O. Praem weighs in on how baseball jargon mimics some of our spiritual practices.