American Catholic Radio Archive

American Catholic Radio (ACR) is a weekly half-hour program of Catholic information and inspiration to help you know your faith, so you can grow in your faith. Father Greg Friedman, O.F.M., hosts the program.

ACR is produced by the Franciscan Radio team and funded by the U.S. Bishops' Catholic Communication Campaign, and is heard on Catholic stations around the country, and on the Catholic Channel on Sirius Satellite Radio.

Weekly ACR features include: Saint of the Day, Living Faith, Ask a Franciscan, Minute Meditations, Portrait of Paul, and Exploring Our Faith.
American Catholic Radiomarks the 100th anniversary of Catholic Charities USA.
ACR marks the National Black Catholic Men's Conference, American Catholic Radiomarks the National Black Catholic Men's Conference,
American Catholic Radio marks this month's beatification of England's Cardinal John Henry Newman.
American Catholic Radio marks the opening of the school year with a look at Catholic education in the U.S.
American Catholic Radioexplores the proposed liturgical changes in the English translation jof the prayers at Mass.
American Catholic Radioexplores the legacy of Blessed Mother Teresa, as the Church celebrates the centenary of her birth.
How does the spirituality of Native American Catholics enrich the Church? ACRtalks with two experts.
American Catholic Radio celebrates the Feast of Mary's Assumption, with two authors who explore Mary's role in the Church.
American Catholic Radio explores the humanity and divinity of Jesus, with Biblical scholars and theologians.
American Catholic Radioexplores Pope John Paul II's "Theology of the Body."
American Catholic Radio explores how relief efforts in Haiti are progressing following this year's earthquake.
American Catholic Radiolooks at how addiction affects individuals and families, and brings a Catholic perspective on recovery.
Our lives with the saints is an important part of Catholic life and tradition. American Catholic Radiointerviews author Fr. James Martin, SJ.
Celebrate Independence Day as we reflect on U.S. Catholics in history and honor military chaplains!
American Catholic Radiolooks at married life in the light of the US Bishops' Pastoral Initiative on Marriage.
Celebrate Dad and the spirituality of fatherhood with American Catholic Radio'sspecial Father's Day program.
As the Year for Priests comes to an end, American Catholic Radiolooks at what the Church has learned during this observance.
As Catholic families across the country prepare to send their children offf to college, American Catholic Radioexplores Catholic campus life.
American Catholic Radio joins the public discussion of healthcare issues with a Franciscan doctor who teaches bioethics.
American Catholic Radio explores the meaning of authentic renewal in the Church as we celebrate Pentecost.
Pilgrimage is a popular spiritual practice for popes and ordinary Christians as well. We follow Pope Benedict's trips this spring on ACR.
Mother's Day is a secular celebration, but there are spiritual reasons to mark the day. American Catholic Radio brings you inspiration to help honor Mother.
The Year for Priests is a time for realism and hope in this essential vocation, highlighted in the ACR program.
The Easter season is a time to deepen our faith, living in the adventure of being Catholic! It's called "mystagogia."
Learn more about the Sunday Scriptures heard at Mass this Easter Season with American Catholic Radio's Biblical scholar, Fr. Hilarion Kistner.
With the Easter season underway, American Catholic Radioexplores the deeper Christian life which is lived out in the works of mercy.
Wrap up Lent with meditation and spiritual guidance during Holy Week.
Discernment is a tool which can lead to conversion. Let our experts and witnesses offer you guidance for Lent.
Conversion is an ongoing journey of trust in God. Let American Catholic Radio be your companion on the way!
Over the "long haul" of Lent, American Catholic Radio helps you find a way of your "Lenten rut"!
Let American Catholic Radio be your Lenten companion on a journey of conversion!
Let American Catholic Radio be your Lenten companion on a journey of conversion!
Prepare for each Sunday in Lent with American Catholic Radio and Scripture scholar Fr. Dan Harrington, SJ.
Can Catholics believe in evolution? Learn about creation, Darwin and the Catholic position on the theory of evolution.
To celebrate Catholic Schools Week, we explore the importance of Catholic education in the U.S.
Explore the unique gifts of the Ursuline Sisters and the spirituality of women with American Catholic Radio.
As the Church prays for a reversal of Roe v. Wade, we learn about grassroots efforts to protect life.
Two vocation "promoters" help us learn how the Church is fostering vocations to the priesthood and relgious life today.
Take time for a "spiritual makeover" for the new year with American Catholic Radio, your source for information and inspiration.
American Catholic Radio extends the Christmas season with inspiration for Catholic living.
Take an Advent break in the pre-Christmas rush: Discover joy in our troubled world and learn about St. Francis and the Christmas crib.
Take an Advent break in the pre-Christmas rush: Meet the Holy Family at the heart of Christmas and allow the biblical theme of hope to renew your life.
In Advent, Our Blessed Mother is featured in the liturgy. Our national shrine in Washington, D.C., marks 50 years of dedication to Mary.
Advent celebrates Christ's coming in time and at the end of time.
American Catholic Radio highlights the theme of thanksgiving.
Learn how the Catholic Church addresses poverty through grassroots projects in the Catholic Campaign for Human Development
Dissatisfied with complicated treatises on the spiritual life? Discover a practical path to holiness on this week's American Catholic Radio!
As Latino Catholics have an ever-increasing presence in the U.S. Catholic Church, ACR presents a look at the spirituality of Hispanic women and their lived experience of ministry.
On today's ACR, learn about the modern role of "exorcist" in the Catholic Church. Beyond Hollywood's portrayal, a priest-exorcist provides a pastoral and spiritual ministry today.
Suicide, sadly, remains a tragic reality for many families. How does the Church view suicide? What is our response to depression? Today's ACR will offer guidance.
Another new saint: Blessed Damien of Molokai Four is canonized. Hear his story, and learn about contemporary Catholic youth in mission work.
The Pope canonizes Blessed Jeanne Jugan, founder of the Little Sisters of the Poor; learn about the miracle supporting her cause for sainthood.
ACR celebrates the 800th anniversary of the Franciscan movement, God's inspiration to St. Francis of Assisi to follow the Gospel way.
Learn about respecting life from an expert in bioethics and from the Church's director of Pro-Life Activities as we mark Right-to-Life Sunday.
Two challenges for Catholics: How to use material goods to support Christ's mission, and how the Church demonstrates its caring about the world around us.
Pope John Paul II challenged the Church to use the "new media" to spread the good news. How can ordinary Catholics take part?
ACR goes back to school, examining Catholic education, and closes its sacramental series with a look at the sacrament of reconciliation.
The Church continues Jesus' ministry of healing through the sacrament of the anointing of the sick. Learn more on ACR.
The sacrament of reconciliation is how the Church celebrates our faith in the God who reconciles, forgives and heals.
Eucharist: get to know this sacrament, its role in the rites of initiation and its place at the heart of Catholic life.
The Year for Priests highlights the role of the priesthood in Catholic life. Understand how the call to service is lived in today’s Church.
Catholics and the sacraments: How can we grow in our appreciation and celebration of these key moments in our lives as Christians?
Sacraments are key to the faith life of Catholics. Learn what research and hands-on teachers tells us about how American Catholics live the seven sacraments.
For Catholics, sacraments are central to faith: Eucharist, baptism, confirmation, marriage, reconciliation, anointing of the sick and holy orders. Learn what experts say about how Catholics live the seven sacraments.
Marriage and music: part of Catholics search for meaning. Meet our "Marriage Moment" couples and John Michael Talbot, musician and teacher.
From a mountaintop in Syria where we examine Muslim-Christian dialogue to Catholic marriages in the U.S., we help you grow in faith.
We mark the end of the Year of St. Paul and continue to introduce our new "Marriage Moment" segment, celebrating gifts of married couples.
Celebrate Father's Day with psychologist Dr. Ray Guarendi and hear our new "Marriage Moment" segment, which celebrates this important sacrament.
Among the U.S. bishops' pastoral priorities is the unique cultural contribution of Hispanic Catholics. Here's Part II of a two-program set on American Catholic Radio.
Among the U.S. bishops' pastoral priorities is the special cultural contribution of Hispanic Catholics. Here's Part I of a two-program set on American Catholic Radio.
Pentecost celebrates the work of the Holy Spirit in the Church. ACR talks with two Bible scholars to help you "get in the spirit!"
Catholics can live Christ's command to evangelize! ACR talks with missionaries, volunteers, theologians to inspire you to spread Good News!
ACR tracks Pope Benedict XVI in the Holy Land. Friars who've been there and a Peace Corps volunteer in Lebanon give background on where he'll visit.
Happy Mother's Day from ACR! Authors Susan Vogt on motherhood, marriage and family; Holly Schlaack, advocate for "invisible children."
An Easter resource to help you grow in faith from the Franciscans: "Christian mission" in history and the present day; a Portrait of St. Paul and "Ask a Franciscan" Q and A.
An Easter resource to help you grow in faith from the Franciscans: Mary Magdalene, the works of mercy, challenging young people to a faith-filled life, and a "Portrait of St. Paul."
One of the Church's Easter season observances is “Divine Mercy Sunday,”initiated by Pope John Paul II. In addition, today's program will examine a new film on the life of Trappist monk and author Thomas Merton.
Lent is all about baptism: Catholics prepare to welcome new members to the Church and renew their own commitment to Christ. Focus your Lenten observances through the spiritual and corporal ‘works of mercy,” including burying the dead and praying for the living and the dead.
Lent is all about baptism: Catholics prepare to welcome new members to the Church and renew their own commitment to Christ. Focus your Lenten observances through the spiritual and corporal works of mercy.
Lent is all about baptism: Catholics prepare to welcome new members to the Church and renew their own commitment to Christ. Focus your Lenten observances through the spiritual and corporal works of mercy.
Lent is all about baptism: Catholics prepare to welcome new members to the Church and renew their own commitment to Christ. Focus your Lenten observances through the spiritual and corporal “works of mercy,” including sheltering the homeless and comforting the sorrowing.
Lent is all about baptism: Catholics prepare to welcome new members to the Church and renew their own commitment to Christ. Focus your Lenten observances through the spiritual and corporal “works of mercy,” including clothing the naked and admonishing the sinner.
Lent is all about baptism: Catholics prepare to welcome new members to the Church and renew their own commitment to Christ. Focus your Lenten observances through the spiritual and corporal works of mercy: giving drink to the thirsty, instructing the ignorant.
Lent is all about baptism: Catholics prepare to welcome new members to the Church and renew their own commitment to Christ. Focus your Lenten observances through the spiritual and corporal works of mercy: feeding the hungry, counseling the doubtful.
Are you an evangelizer? How do you share your faith with others? From the first pages of the gospel, Jesus came to bring Good News. As Christians, our call is the same.
Are science and faith compatible? For believers, the scientist’s search for truth and the existence of God are not necessarily separate or antagonistic to each other. On today’s program we explore the relationship between science and faith.
The United States marks a milestone in the inauguration of an African-American president on January 20. The history and heritage of Black Catholics is a part of U.S. history that needs to be recalled and celebrated, even as the rich diversity of the Catholic Church in America is enlivened by the cultural contributions of African-Americans.
Catholic schools have been and remain one of the most important ways the Church in the U.S. brings Christ into the lives of everyday Americans. Our interviews and features highlight how this service of the gospel is alive today.
The American bishops invite us to observe a day of prayer and penance for offenses against life—;abortion, euthanasia, the death penalty.
Join in prayer for Christian unity and learn about ecumenical dialogue in this week’s program.
As our nation inaugurates a new president, we look to this historic moment as a time for Catholics to renew their political responsibility as good citizens.
The Church traditionally marks New Year’s Day as a day of prayer for peace. Learn how you can be a peacemaker, inspired by those who’ve dedicated their lives to alternatives to war and violence.
As we celebrate Christmas, the figures in our nativity scenes —; Mary, Joseph, the Baby Jesus and the shepherds—;remind us of the true meaning of our holiday celebration.
Let our Advent program put you in the Christmas spirit—;with seasonal cooking, “Old St. Nick” and more reasons to celebrate the coming of Christ!
The liturgical season of Advent prepares us for Christmas. From crèches to peacemaking to Our Lady of Guadalupe, here’s how to make your holiday holy.
The liturgical season of Advent prepares us for Christmas. Check out how you and your family can prepare to celebrate.
We begin Advent, the season of “joyful expectation”; that prepares us to celebrate Christmas. It’s a time of retreat and reflection, a quiet inner space in the midst of the secular run-up to the holiday.
As we celebrate our national holiday of Thanksgiving, we are called to show gratitude for God’s miracles. Cincinnati Archbishop Daniel E. Pilarczyk helps us become “Grateful Believers.”
The Bible’s take on the end of the world fascinates believers and non-believers alike. Here’s what Catholics believe about the end of time and the second coming of Christ. And, we’ll learn about the apparitions of Mary at Fatima, and the famous “Third Secret” of Fatima.
The Bible’s take on the end of the world fascinates believers and non-believers alike. Here’s what Catholics believe about the end of time and the second coming of Christ.
Celebrate the Feast of All Saints with us as we honor the men and women canonized for their holiness, helping us as our patrons and inspiring us in the Church.
October is the “month of the rosary,” a time to reexamine this Catholic devotion as we remember Father Patrick Peyton--“the rosary priest”--who said, “The family that prays together, stays together.” And as the bishops gather in Rome for the Synod on Scripture, Archbishop Wuerl helps us get to know the Bible better.
As the U.S. presidential election draws closer, Catholics look to key values to guide their choice:among them, solidarity with those who suffer from racism or poverty. A moral theologian looks at racism, and an advocate for families of those in prison teach us solidarity; Catholic Worker founder Dorothy Day inspires us to action for justice.
As the U.S. presidential election draws closer, Catholics look to key values to guide their choice: Among them: the Right to Life and Human Dignity. A Catholic who brings healing for those who've had abortions and an expert in medical ethics and moral theology explore vote's choices.
Role of Sacred Scripture, Synod on Scripture, St. Jerome, serving the poorest in Haiti, confrontation of Saints Paul and Peter, role of sacred scripture in Christian life.
Political Responsibility, Care for Creation, St. Bonaventure, feast of St. Francis of Assisi, a strong advocate of caring for the earth, Paul's ministry to the Gentiles, Franciscan Sister Joan Brown promotes the care of creation.
Throughout 2008, the Church is observing the 150th anniversary of the appearance of the Blessed Mother at Lourdes. Pope Benedict is just one of the thousands of pilgrims flocking to Lourdes during this year. We will help our listeners become “virtual pilgrims” with our features which captured Lourdes then and now.
We remember the events of September 11, 2001, with an interview and memories of Franciscan Father Mychal Judge, a chaplain to the New York City Fire Department who gave his life helping victims at the World Trade Center that day. A new children’s book relates his story and one of our producers shares her recollections of an interview with Father Mychal years before that fateful day.
American Catholic Radio unpacks the U.S. bishops’ “Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship” for the presidential election between Barack Obama and John McCain. Today’s show is on the dignity of human work, featuring farmworker organizer Cesar Chavez and Boston Labor Guild’s Sister Mary Priniski, O.P., along with a reflection on St. Paul.
American Catholic Radio unpacks the U.S. bishops’ “Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship” for the presidential election between Barack Obama and John McCain. Today’s show is on marriage and family issues, along with a visit with a couple who host the RosaryArmy.com program, soon to be on Sirius’s Catholic channel.
St. Angela Merici, incorporating faith and morals into the high-school curriculum, feeding tube, St. Paul’s roles of men and women, Catholic university education nourishes the whole person are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Edith Stein and Maximilian Kolbe, rights for immigrants and for the unborn, relating to newly ordained priests, Paul’s experience on the road to Damascus, rights and responsibilities are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Isidore, blending faith with contemporary issues, contrast in the letters of Paul between observance of the Jewish law and “life in Christ.”, spirituality of sport are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Pedro de San José Betancur, leadership in fighting poverty and injustice, New Testament letters attributed to Paul, political- and social-responsibility issues are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati, World Youth Day, fighting temptation, existence of human soul, St. Paul and teaching the faith to young people are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. John Bosco, World Youth Day 2008, the word host, religious brothers, St. Paul and helping young people appreciate Mass are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
World Youth Day, Mary MacKillop, the end of the world, Anointing of the Sick, Sunday obligation, and Days in the Diocese are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Peter, St. Paul. Catholic Charities USA volunteer of the year, Hope House, salvation, Pauline Privilege and Year of St. Paul are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Fathers Demetrius Gallitzin and James Fitton, child-rights advocacy, confession, God revealing his name to Moses and evangelization are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Blessed Luigi and Maria Quattrocchi, working with Catholic Relief Services, are non-Catholic Christians saved, the origin of the rosary, words of St. Paul and being Christian are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart, National Council of Catholic Women, prayer, devotion to the Infant of Prague, St. Paul and being a Christian are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Alphonsus Liguori, A Simple House, Good Friday, Bible Codes, Book of Isaiah, faith and politics and God's Promise to poor are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, Sacred Heart of Jesus, Eucharist after re-marriage, Church law, spirituality in married life and other topics are explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Margaret of Cortona, Mary, Fallen Back Catholic, anointing of the sick, Satan, meals in scripture, humor in Catholic tradition and other topics are explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Vows taken by a bishop, Moses, John Francis Noll, Pentecost, forgiveness of forgotten sins, praying in tongues
Help for pregnant women, Sabbath, John Henry Newman, Moses and the Promised Land, obeying civil authority, Mother's Day
St. Ignatius of Antioch, how Jesus handled betrayal, receiving the Eucharist, the story of the Pharisee and tax collector and the Holy Land are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Hilary, Passover, renewing marriage vows, reciting rosary and the Bible and Catholics are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Edmund Campion, young people with disabilities, nuns in the Church, Old Testament, destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, justice, Pope Benedict XVI and the papal visit are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Paul, New Testament, retablos, covenant, salvation, Marriage, kingdom of heaven as mustard seed, Pope Benedict XVI and the papal visit are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. John of the Cross, punishment on earth or after Death, owning or carrying weapons, Baptism of children of unmarried parents, Resurrection, Emmaus and Divine Mercy Sunday are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Peter Canisius, conversion, Our Lady of Dolors, did Jesus descend into hell, beating chest at Mass, Resurrection, Mary Magdalene and Passion stories are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent, conversion, St. Patrick, women in the Passion story and washing of the feet on Holy Thursday are topics explored on this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent, St. Teresa of Avila, Conversion, testing Abraham, Daniel's story, Noah's drunkenness and scrutinies are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent, RCIA, scrutinies, conversion, Exodus, sacrifice, plagues, spiritual reading, and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent, RCIA, conversion, scrutinies, Sisters of the Holy Family, liturgy, St. Joan, wearing white for sacraments and saints touched by slavery are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent, conversion, RCIA and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent, RCIA, conversion, tithing, Baptism, salvation, Lenten Scriptures and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent, Catholic identity, salvation, adoption, Ash Wednesday and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Dorothy Stang, evangelization, Scriptures, works of mercy, holy days of obligation and a popular Catholic saints are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Dr. Alveda King, Priests for Life, Paul’s Gospel and the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Racism, Catholic social teaching, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., creation and evolution and John the Baptist are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
St. Peter the Pope, Catholic convert, contribution to parish, social service, Catholic Charities, USA, and the temptations of Christ are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
World Day of Peace, Blessed Carlos Manuel Rodriguez, prayer, divorced Catholics, entering a religious community, scapular, second Baptism, Paul's letters, Catholic Bishops and the Iraq War are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio Program.
Christmas, infant Jesus, Blessed Pope John XXIII, music and prayer, Psalm 89, Infancy Narratives, annulment and Mass for dead are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Advent, Christmas, bringing Christ to others, God’s Grace, sacrifice, the Beatitudes and infancy narratives are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Elizabeth Ministries, justice versus vengeance, Church teaching on capital punishment, labor unions, celebrating Advent at home and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
National Volunteers of the Year, Mary, a Catholic marrying an unbaptized person, Vice Chancellor of Diocese, Advent and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Feast of Christ the King, Mercy Volunteer Corps, patron saints and Zacchaeus are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Thanksgiving, family prayer, gratitude, Baptism by the Holy Spirit are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Catholics United, war in Iraq, keeping the Lord's day holy, living wills, advanced directives, mediums, reconciliation and honoring veterans are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Folding hands when praying, temporal punishment, forgiveness of sins, praying for the dead, bereavement ministry and a popular Catholic Saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
New Jerusalem, celebrating Halloween, All Saints Day and All Souls Day, plenary indulgence, Catholic teaching, exorcism and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Religious persecution of illegal immigrants, family faith, sacramental life of the Church, gambling, Church discipline, experiencing Jesus and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Special friends of the poor, BOGO Wines, adult stem-cell research, celibacy, Last Rites, Freemasons, Mary, Mother of God and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Special friends of the poor, Children of Hope Foundation, bells during Mass, pre-Communion fast, homilies, relating to God and two popular Catholic saints are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Vocation, jihad, Islam, Catholic podcasts, ordinations of Episcopalian priests and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Catholic Media, Catholic Channel on Sirius, numbers in the Book of Revelation, salvation and chastity are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Catholic Relief Services, Sacrament of Reconciliation, using, stem cells from aborted fetuses, Chinese Catholics and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Catholic charities, U.S. intervention in Iraq, origin of the rosary and dangers of media are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Blessed Mother Teresa, solidarity, annulments, Project Pro-Life and helping Africa are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
The Catholic Underground, corrupted Bible translations, Letter to Romans, Sirach, Psalms and icons are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Sharing with others, Queenship of Mary, Surrogate Motherhood and Anointing of the Sick are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Praying the rosary, Assumption of Mary, Catholic funerals, Catholic brothers, Church and the Internet and two popular Catholic saints are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Music ministry, intercessory prayer, Communion cup, receiving Reconciliation and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Pre-Cana programs, crisis pregnancy ministry, marriage ministry, history of the Bible, Mary in Genesis, monogamy and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Moses, the homeless and social justice, why we should pray, the Gospel of Luke, Pope Benedict XVI book are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Titles for Our Lord, themes of Pope Benedict XVI, repeating marriage vows, origins of word host, snake at Mary's feet and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Junipero Serra, altar stone, flag over casket, Communion to sick and homebound, spiritual direction and Franciscan missions are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Cesar Chavez, vocation as a Franciscan Brother, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Trinity in the Bible, identity of John the Baptist and apocryphal writings are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Helping an Army chaplain in Iraq, Eucharist, birth control and Church teachings Catholics must follow are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Eschatology, prayer, Catholic radio, Anointing of the Sick, Church teaching on Satan, salvation and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Sunday Wedding Mass, doctrine and dogma, St. Anthony Bread, Shine Catholic Work Camp, working among the poor and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
The good thief, Genesis, the Essenes, Bible codes, Corpus Christi and the Our Father are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lay evangelism, relativism, heaven, the Holy Trinity, Spiritual Direction and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Pentecost, lay evangelism, rosary and Benediction, Confirmation and the Holy Spirit in the life of Catholics are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Easter, Ascension, Mysteries of Light, Rosary Bowl, paying to have Masses celebrated, attending RCIA sessions, Baptism of desire and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Easter, Mother's Day, May Crowning, poor in spirit, heaven and the woman in Revelation are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Easter, short films about Jesus, Bishop James E. Walsh, M.M., cohabitation before getting married, blessing and sprinkling of water and living in China are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Easter, Chapel of the Holy Spirit in Rome, role of the papacy, origin of the word Mass, immigration and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Easter, Book of Revelation, proof of Jesus' existence, earning salvation and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Easter Gospels, Acts of the Apostles, Sudanese refugees, being a prophet, King Melchisedek and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Holy Week, RCIA, Good Friday Liturgy, Jesus' passion and death, homosexual orientation and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent, Holy Week, RCIA, home blessing, attending a Protestant Baptism, High Mass, attaining holiness, city of Jerusalem, Lazarus and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Role of the magisterium, Old Testament prophets, intercession, Scrutinies and Lenten Fasting are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Jesus' Life before his ministry, Pauline Privilege, priesthood of believers, reading and studying the Bible, Lenten almsgiving and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Scrutinies, Lenten observance, RCIA, controlling anger, conception and human life, Church teaching on evolution and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Rite of Election, season of Lent, conversion, RCIA, what happens when we die, not receiving wine at Eucharist, replacing Godparents and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Lent in Eastern Churches, Zion Retreat, the Bible and God's Mercy and two popular Catholic holy people are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Mardi Gras, Lent, Our Lady of Lourdes, High-risk pregnancy, blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, angels and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Clarence Gilyard, excommunication from the Church, abortion, blessing of throats, civil rights demonstration and a Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Catholic Schools Week, cancer ministry, Presentation of Our Lord and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Praying for self, Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, contemplative life and believing in a personal God are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, the scapular, praying in tongues, author of the Old Testament and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Catholic schools, New Year's Resolutions, Epiphany, becoming more Like children, gambling and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Music minister Bobby Fisher, Eastern Catholic Churches, Confession, penitential rite and two popular Catholic saints are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Healthcare in Africa, Feast of Mary, Mother of God, decorating for Christmas during Advent, liturgical cycles, the Nativity story and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
The Christmas Crib, knitting minnistry, Son of David, the Gospels, the Nativity story in the Gospels and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
The O Antiphons, Missionaries of Charity, marriage and priesthood, supporting labor unions, Bible and Catholics and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Outreach ministry at a homeless shelter, songs at wedding Mass, letters behind priests' and sisters' names, Catholics and the Bible, the Advent Wreath and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Life for Muslim women, Emanuel in the Book of Isaiah, Church view of Santa Claus, Catholics and the Bible, decorating for Christmas during Advent and the Gospel of Luke are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
The new U.S. catechism, Bethany House, lay Catholic workers, demon possession and Paul's view of women are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Music therapy to the disabled, chores on Sunday, justifying nuclear war and the consistent ethic of life are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Finding a spiritual director, eucharistic prayer, Secular Franciscan Order, slap during Confirmation, scholasticism and Pope Benedict XVI are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Miracles required for sainthood, saints and holiness, choosing a patron saint for confirmation, Catholic wedding before completing RCIA and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Catholics and Halloween, saints, Baptism, Kingdom of God and a popular saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Living wills, Respect Life Sunday, Natural Family Planning and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Mother Theodore Guerin, conversion to Catholicism, feeding the poor, last rites prayers and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Being a lay Franciscan, Solanus Casey, the difference between dogma and doctrine and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
The Gospel of Life, the debate over stem-cell research, Jesus' Baptism, faith and good works, sacrifice and a popular Catholic saint are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
Evangelization, working with African Americans and Hispanics, the Church’s view of tattoos, justice versus vengeance, Sacrament of Reconciliation, joining the Freemasons and a popular Catholic saint are topics in this American Catholic Radio program.
Social sin, sacramental records, the origin of the words convent and rectory, non-Catholic officiate at Catholic wedding, limbo and justice are topics explored in this American Catholic Radio program.
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