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American Catholic Radio for February 19-25, 2018

American Catholic Radio

Week of February 19, 2018 — Program #18-08


Living Faith

Judy Zarick welcomes Elaine Crosby, former member of the LPGA professional golf tour. Since returning to Michigan from Florida, Elaine has been on a journey toward what she calls “a stewardship way of life.”

Ask a Franciscan

The late Franciscan Father Don Miller answers these ethical questions: What is relativism and why would it be sinful? Are God and heaven real, or is suffering in life followed by death all there is?

On Faith and Media

Daughter of St. Paul Sister Rose Pacatte’s theme this week is temptation in our mediated, technological world.

Minute Meditation

From Lent With the Saints: Daily Reflections, by Greg Friedman, O.F.M.

Exploring Our Faith

John Feister speaks with Screwtape, the nominal character in C.S. Lewis’ classic book The Screwtape Letters and short story Screwtape Proposes a Toast. They discuss the human experience of temptation.