Register Radio - 09/20/2019 - Plans for a special synodal assembly?
New accusations of sexual misconduct have been made against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, and it did not take long for their credibility to be called into question. Has the political atmosphere grown even darker in Washington, DC? This week on Register Radio we talk to Register Senior Editor Joan Desmond for the latest. Plus, the German bishops are pushing ahead with their plan for a special synodal assembly that could transform the Church in Germany and even beyond. We get all the details from Edward Pentin, Register Rome correspondent.
Register Radio - 09/13/2019 - Pope France in Africa- Sex Abuse Buffalo
The diocese of Buffalo continues to be shaken by the sex abuse scandal and calls for its Bishop, Richard Malone to resign as shepherd. This week on Register Radio we talk to Register correspondent Lauretta Brown for the latest. Plus, Pope Francis finished his whirlwind trip to southern Africa after delivering a message of hope, peace, and reconciliation. We get all the details from Edward Pentin, Register Rome correspondent who was on the papal plane…
Register Radio - 09/06/2019 - ACI Africa- Melinda Gate and Conception
Pope Francis arrives in Africa with a message of hope, peace, and reconciliation. His trip comes just as ACI Africa – EWTN’s latest news agency – begins its work of bringing the Catholic news of Africa to the world.
This week on Register Radio we talk to Alejandro Bermudez, executive director of the ACI/CNA group of news agencies. Plus, what did Melinda Gates get wrong about contraception? We find out from Register contributor Mary FioRito.
Register Radio - 08/30/2019 - Extermination of Down Syndrome Babies
The Church has always had great concern for the little ones among us, and today when babies with Down Syndrome are being singled out for extermination through abortion, that concern is even more important. This week on Register Radio we talk to Register correspondent Lauretta Brown about Catholic groups that help those with disabilities enter more fully into the sacraments. Plus, what are the hottest trending stories among Register readers? One story that caught our attention: Iceland Mourns the loss a glacier while Icelanders and others with Downs Syndrome become an endangered species. But there’s a lot more stay tune and we’ll talk to Alyssa Murphy, the Register’s Managing Editor of Digital Assets, for a roundup of hot headlines.
Register Radio - 08/23/2019 - Cardinal Pell abuse conviction appeal
This week a panel of Australian appellate judges rejected Cardinal George Pell’s appeal of the sexual abuse conviction that sent him to prison earlier this year. Now what happens next? For Register Radio this week we talk to Register Rome Correspondent Edward Pentin who has the news details and reactions from Down Under and from the Vatican.
And then, what’s the latest from Hong Kong? And why did Planned Parenthood opt out of Title X federal funding? We find out in a news roundup.