This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo discusses Common Core and Catholic schools… with Register correspondent Charlotte Hays and Cardinal Newman Society's Dan Guernsey. In our second half Dan Burke continues the conversation on education with St. Mary Magdalen College President George Harne. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio Dan Burke and the Register's Senior Editor Joan Frawley Desmond discuss Pope Francis and military options in Iraq. Also, Jeanette DeMelo talks to Register writer Joe Pronechen about the upcoming Register College Guide. » READ MORE
On "the Best of Register Radio" this week, Elena Rodríguez talks with Fr. Yuriy Sakvuk from the Ukraine. He tells us about a side of the story you probably haven't heard yet: he shines the light of the Catholic perspective on the controversy. Also, Dan Burke will talk with Lisa Brenninkmeyer, the founder of the Walking with Purpose-a Catholic study program that helps women come to know Christ in a personal way. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo talks with Register correspondent Brian Fraga about his coverage of President Obama’s recent executive order that bars discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation. And Dan Burke discusses pastoral outreach to persons with same-sex attraction with Melinda Selmys, author of two books on Sexual Authenticity. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio we’re devoting the entire program to the immigration crisis on the US-Mexican border. Jeanette De Melo talks with Rio Grande Valley’s Catholic Charities executive director Sister Norma Pimentel, Register reporter Peter Jesserer Smith and ethics professor Christopher Kaczor. » READ MORE
How do you get young people excited about the faith? This week on Register Radio, Dan Burke talks with author and speaker Matthew Kelly about his work to ignite the faith of Catholic youth. Later in the show Dan and architect William Heyer discuss how architecture can draw Church communities heavenward. » READ MORE
Are your religious liberties at work complete guaranteed? On this special Fourth of July edition of Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo talks with the Becket Fund’s Montserrat Alvarado about the...READ MORE
Is it game over for EWTN? US District Judge Callie Granade of Mobile ruled against EWTN, dismissing its challenge to the HHS contraception mandate. As it is, EWTN will have to pay the government $35,000 a day in hefty fees! Chairman & CEO Michael Warsaw is ready to roll out his new playbook. This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Michael Warsaw highlight the new strategy to level out the playing field. You will learn. You will bite your nails. You will be on the edge of your seat. Also, Jeanette and Dana Cody, President and Executive Director of the Life Legal Defense Foundation, look at the Supreme Court’s recent decision that bans 35-foot buffer zones at Massachusetts’s abortion facilities. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio, learn what you can do to defend religious freedom. Jeanette De Melo speaks with Archbishop William Lori about the upcoming Fortnight for Freedom and the celebration of religious liberty June 21 to July 4.
Also… a resource for keeping the flame of faith alive in your family… Dan Burke talks with author Leila Lawler about The Little Oratory which helps Catholic families preserve Catholic culture.
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This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo talks to Father Roger Landry about what “The Pope of the Family,” St. John Paul II has to offer the pre-synod discussion on pastoral care of families. Then, Dan Burke talks to author Randy Hain this Father’s Day weekend about his new book “Journey to Heaven: A Roadmap for Catholic Men.” » READ MORE
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