This week on Register Radio, hosts Thom Price and Dan Burke discussed the tragic events of the week at the Boston Marathon and in West Texas. Then, in the first segment, Jeanette De Melo spoke with Register blogger and correspondent Matt Archbold about the grand jury investigation and trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell. In the second half of the show, Dan Burke talked with Marcus Grodi about the 20th anniversary of the Coming Home Network. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio, Dan Burke will discuss Where Heaven Meets Earth, an documentary to be aired on EWTN on April 30th about how a priest restored the sacred and revitalized a once declining parish. And Jeanette De Melo will explore ways to integrate faith in the workplace with Catholic businessman and author Randy Hain.
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This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo talks with Register Rome correspondent Edward Pentin about Pope Francis’ first few weeks in the papacy. Also, Dan Burke talks with EWTN’s VP of Theology Colin Donovan about liturgy, popular piety and the Church’s Magisterium. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio, Jeanette DeMelo spoke with Father Jamal Khader about the Israeli/Palestinian conflict and the plight of Christian Palestinians and in the second part of show she talked with Argentine writer Carlos Caso- Rosendi about Pope Francis’ work in Buenos Aires. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio we’ll talk with the Register’s Rome correspondent Edward Pentin, about his recent coverage of Pope Benedict and the Vatican’s preparation for the conclave. We’ll also talk with Andreas Widmer, former Swiss Guard and author of the book The Pope and the CEO, about papal leadership and what to hope for in a pope. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio, the focus is on the spiritual journey of Lent. Dan Burke will speak with Dr. Anthony Lilles about prayer as they discuss Dr. Lilles’ new book Hidden Mountain, Secret Garden: A Theological Contemplation on Prayer. And Jeanette De Melo will talk with Franciscan Missionaries of the Eternal Word Br. John Paul Mary about the importance of fasting and almsgiving. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio we’ll talk with Father C. John McCloskey about the news of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation, its historical context and some highlights of the last 8 years. We’ll also talk with Matthew Bunson, Church historian and author, about the papal conclave and what to expect in the next few months.
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This week on Register Radio, host Jeanette De Melo talked with J.D. Flynn, chancellor of the Archdiocese of Denver about Catholic identity at Catholic hospitals and with Maureen Ferguson, senior policy advisor of The Catholic Association about the latest news on the Health and Human Services mandate.
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This week on Register Radio, Dan Burke will interview Nashville Dominican Sister John Mary Fleming, who leads the secretariat of Catholic Education at the U.S. Bishops Conference on the strengths and challenges of Catholic schools during National Catholic Schools Week. In our second half, Jeanette De Melo will speak with Church Historian and Opus Dei Priest Father C. John McCloskey about the need to remain constantly hopeful for conversion. We’ll discuss the story and witness of Bernard Nathanson, who went from abortionist to Catholic pro-life advocate; and we’ll discuss ways that each of us can become instruments of conversion. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio, we revisit some important interviews you may have missed. Tim Drake speaks with Jewels Green, a former abortion business worker who not only left the abortion industry,...READ MORE
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