Tim Drake is an award-winning writer and former journalist and radio host with the National Catholic Register/EWTN. He currently serves as New Evangelization Coordinator for the Holdingford Area Catholic Community in the Diocese of St. Cloud, Minnesota. He resides with his wife and five children in St. Joseph, Minn.
Today on Register Radio, Thomas McDonald, correspondent for the National Catholic Register, provides a thorough history of so-called “same-sex marriage” legislation in the state of New Jersey. Democrats in the legislature have introduced same-sex marriage legislation despite already having a civil union law which permits same-sex unions. “They got civil unions, which is marriage in all but name, but that wasn’t enough,” said McDonald. “This is a cultural battle.”
In our second half, National Catholic Register film critic Steven Greydanus provides a look at his top film picks of 2011. He spoke about why the documentary “Buck” is one of his must-see’s, he talked about the similarities between the family films “Soul Surfer” and “Dolphin Tale,” and he explained why “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol” made the list. To find out, listen to the show.