American Catholic Radio
Week of March 12, 2018 — Program #18-11
From 2012: Judy Zarick welcomes the late Deacon Alex Jones, Jr., who left his ministry as a Pentecostal preacher to become Catholic, and eventually was ordained to the diaconate.
Ask a Franciscan
Franciscan Father Hilarion Kistner answers these scriptural questions: Is there a scriptural basis for praying in tongues? Does Jesus require us to literally leave family and friends to follow him? Who do Catholics believe wrote the Old Testament? What is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit?
Commentator Susan Hines-Brigger and her husband Mark have been married for over 20 years and are the parents of four children. Susan’s topic this week is “Weathering the Storm.”
From The Little Way of Lent: Meditations in the Spirit of St. Thérèse of Lisieux, by Fr. Gary Caster.
Exploring Our Faith
This week’s guest is Miguel H. Diaz, Ph.D., the ninth ambassador from the United States to the Vatican, and the first Latino. Dr. Diaz speaks about the duties and responsibilities of being an ambassador, and the relationship between the Holy See and the U.S. government.