Is Contraception the lesser of two evils, when it comes to Zika? This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and moral theologian Christian Brugger discuss what can and can't be justified to avoid spreading the virus. Also, Jeanette and Register Senior Editor Joan Frawley Desmond look at possible outcomes on key Supreme Court cases without Judge Antonin Scalia.
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This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Register political commentator Paul Kengor remember Justice Antonin Scalia and talk about what the Supreme Court might be without him. Then Jeanette gets Steven Greydanus' take on Lent and the Movies: How your entertainment choices could enhance your understanding of mercy.
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Lent has kicked off. And Pope Francis has a full itinerary as a messenger of mercy. On Register Radio Jeanette De Melo and Register Rome correspondent Edward Pentin discuss the Holy Father's quick stop in Cuba and his six day trip to Mexico. Then Jeanette and Register columnist Father Dwight Longenecker focus on how we all can enter Lent more fully. » READ MORE
Yearly we march for life. Does our protest really matter? This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and pro-life leader Abby Johnson take up the question, as they look at where the pro-life movement is making in-roads, in the fight for life and for women. Then, Jeanette talks with March for Life speaker Sue Ellen Browder, author of Subverted: How I helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women's Movement. » READ MORE
The Name of God is Mercy, that's the title of a new book-long interview with Pope Francis. Jeanette De Melo and Edward Pentin talk about the new release, on this week's Register Radio. Then, Jeanette and Register film critic Steven Greydanus look back at the films you've got to see from 2015. » READ MORE
Pope Francis recently approved a miracle that will make Mother Teresa a canonized saint in 2016. Jeanette De Melo and Register reporter Joseph Pronechen look at the healing attributed to the Saint of Mercy. Also, Jeanette hears more about Mercy in Motion around the U.S. as Register reporter Peter Jesserer Smith shares what college students are doing this jubilee year. » READ MORE
2016 is here! What will the new year bring? Jeanette De Melo and the Register's Rome correspondent Edward Pentin look ahead at what Pope Francis will be doing in the New Year. Also, Jeanette and Register contributor Glenn Stanton share some golden nuggets on marriage and family that may have gone unnoticed in 2015's synod squabbles. » READ MORE
Pope Francis gave two thumbs up to the climate change agreement signed by nearly 200 nations last week, in Paris. Jeanette De Melo and Edward Pentin look at how—for years—the Vatican has played a part in the fight against climate change. Also, Jeanette and Father Raymond De Souza talk about two centuries of mercy: from the devotion to the Sacred Heart to the Image of Divine Mercy. » READ MORE
It's the Season of Giving and Catholics in New Orleans gave big. Jeanette DeMelo and Archdiocese of New Orleans Stewardship Director Cory Howat share how ministries in the Big Easy raised over a million dollars in one day. Also, Jeanette gets a report about Christian refugees from Register correspondent Victor Gaetán after his recent travels to Jordan and Lebanon. » READ MORE
It’s a historic day for Catholics of Anglican heritage. On Register Radio, Jeanette DeMelo and Peter Jesserer Smith bring us history in the making as they report on Pope Francis appointing the first bishop for the personal ordinariate of the Chair of St. Peter in North America. Also, the Year of Mercy begins December 8th. Join our conversation about Dynamic Catholic’s “Beautiful Mercy Project.” » READ MORE
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