American Catholic Radio
Week of April 16, 2018 — Program #18-16
Judy Zarick speaks with Rita Larrivee of Charleston, South Carolina, who started the Orissa Widows Fund to assist women in India widowed because their husbands were Christians.
Ask a Franciscan
Franciscan Father Hilarion Kistner answers these scriptural questions: Did Jesus have to die to accomplish our salvation? Why did God wait millions of years from the creation of humanity to send Jesus to us? What does Jesus mean when he says that people will no longer be married after our bodies are resurrected? Why wasn’t Moses permitted to enter the Promised Land?
On Faith and Media
Daughter of St. Paul Sister Rose Pacatte explores themes of nature and grace on television: how television normalizes addictions, as well as depictions of our struggles to overcome these behaviors.
From Padre Pio’s Spiritual Direction for Every Day, by Capuchin Franciscan Father Gianluigi Pasquale.
Exploring Our Faith
Author and speaker Mark P. Shea joins John Feister for a conversation on the “mystery of faith”– Christ’s life, death, and resurrection.