This weekend on Register Radio, Matthew Bunson, senior editor with the National Catholic Register, be joined by senior editor Joan Desmond to talk about the economic benefits of religion. And then I will discuss the history of the Georgetown slaves with Register reporter Peter Jesserer Smith. That's Register Radio, every Saturday at 7pm Eastern, and Sunday at 11am Eastern, on EWTN Radio.
This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Matthew Bunson hear from author Susan Conroy who attended St. Teresa of Calcutta's canonization and reminisces about her years of work with the missionary. And then Jeanette and Matthew discuss the plight of Christians in South Sudan with Register reporter Peter Jesserer Smith.
She saw Jesus in everyone. That's what Mother Teresa's successor says about her. This week on Register Radio Jeanette DeMelo and Matthew Bunson hear from Edward Pentin about his interview with the current head of the Missionaries of Charity. Then they'll discuss a new study on sexuality and gender with Joan Frawley Desmond.
Which Catholic colleges celebrate their authentic Catholic identity? The Register has the answers. This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo, Matthew Bunson and Joe Pronechen take an indepth look at the Register's Annual Catholic Identity College Guide. And then Jeanette and Matthew together with Register blogger Msgr. Charles Pope explore how to get past comfortable Catholicism and retool our faith for the challenges around us.
As the school year approaches, California Christian Colleges were recently saved from serious religious liberty threat. On Register Radio, hosts Jeanette DeMelo and Matthew Bunson together with reporter Peter Jesserer Smith bring you the story. And then Matthew and Jeanette review the remake of Ben Hur with film critic Steven Greydanus.
This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo, Matthew Bunson and Joan Frawley Desmond explore the topics of tolerance and religious freedom in the context of the 2016 presidential election. Then Jeanette and Matthew together with Register writer Joseph Pronechen gear up for a Novena for the Nation.
On Register Radio this week hosts Jeanette De Melo and Matthew Bunson look back with Edward Pentin at World Youth Day in Poland and look ahead to what's coming at the Vatican. Then Jeanette and Matthew celebrate the upcoming Feast of St. Dominic with Dominican Father Brian Mullady.
This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo discusses the Democratic National Convention with Register Senior Editor Matthew Bunson, who reported from the ground in Philadelphia. Then Jeanette looks to Krakow Poland where Register correspondent Filip Mazurczak attends World Youth Day.
On Register Radio Jeanette De Melo looks at highlights from the Republican National Convention with Register Senior Editor Matthew Bunson, who reported from Cleveland this week. And Jeanette and Register reporter Jonathan Liedl discuss how Republican and Democratic party platforms square with Catholic teaching.
As Poland-bound pilgrims are packing for World Youth Day 2016, on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo and blogger Carrie Greiss, preview what they'll find as they encounter Pope Francis in St. John Paul II's homeland. Then Jeanette and film critic Steven Greydanus take a look at summer films.
How did a bishop, volunteers and benefactors save the Shrine of the North American Martyrs? This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo and reporter Peter Jesserer Smith take a look at efforts to reopen the sacred grounds in Auriesville, New York. Also, Jeanette and liturgist Christopher Carstens reexamine the theme of liturgical renewal, following a cue from Cardinal Robert Sarah.
Pope Francis talked about Genocide, Brexit, and Apologies during his flight interview last Sunday. And this week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Edward Pentin, who accompanied the Holy Father to Armenia, discuss the trip and what exactly the Pope said. Then Jeanette and author Mary Eberstadt look at secularism's growing intolerance for Christianity.
Reporting on location from Crete in Greece, Register Senior Correspondent Victor Gaetan joins Jeanette De Melo to discuss the ongoing Pan Orthodox Council. Then, Jeanette and Professor Anthony Lilles take a look at the life of Blessed Elisabeth of the Trinity, whose canonization was announced this week.
Bishop Fulton Sheen's cause for canonization might have gotten a boost this week. On Register Radio Jeanette De Melo and Register writer Joe Pronechen explore why. And Jeanette and Register writer Brian O'Neel take a look at what's involved in the pathway to canonization for seventy causes underway for US born men and women.
Will Britain Exit the European Union? This week on Register Radio Jeanette De Melo and Rome correspondent Edward Pentin look at the decision voters in the United Kingdom will face June 23. Then Jeanette and Joan Frawley Desmond talk about the film “Me Before You” and its controversial ending.
Cardinal Robert Sarah encourages priests to face East. Now this is nothing new, but his encouragement has sparked new interest. On Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Christopher Carstens editor of Adoremus Bulletin talk about why. And Jeanette and writer Stephen Beale take a look at Catholic humorists and how they evangelize.
This week on Register Radio we’re talking about Islam. Why are Millions of Muslims Converting to Christianity? Jeanette De Melo and author Sherry Weddell look at the reasons many are leaving Islam to follow Christ. Also Jeanette and writer Patti Armstrong offer a taste of the ways priests who also are chefs feed their flocks.
What's in store for the Little Sister of the Poor? This week on Register Radio, Jeanette DeMelo and Catholic News Agency editor Michelle Bauman LaRosa discuss coverage of the Supreme Court's decision on the Little Sisters of the Poor's contraception mandate case. Then, Jeanette talks to Catholic University of America's Professor Chad Pecknold about the Pope's commission to study the possibility of women deacons.
This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and columnist Father Raymond de Souza discuss at what cost the University of Notre Dame honors Vice President Joe Biden and former Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boehner with the Laetare Medal. Also, Jeanette and writer Marge Fenelon show how Marian devotion ties in with Catholic family life.
It's graduation time. Who is setting the tone as Catholic grads are sent forth? On Register Radio Jeanette De Melo and reporter Joseph Pronechen discuss 2016 Catholic college commencement speakers. And Jeanette and reporter Peter Jesserer Smith look at how Catholic University is expanding its business school.
God's mercy is without limits. So much so, that His means are often mysterious. This week on Register Radio, Jeanette DeMelo and film producer Daniel DiSilva look at the mystery of the original Divine Mercy Image of St. Faustina. Also, Jeanette and Register writer Brian O'Neel discuss famous and little-known celebrity conversions.
This week, on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo gets an update from Register reporter Peter Jesserer Smith on Christians in the Middle East. Also, Jeanette talks with Register blogger Carry Gress about Father James Flanagan, the late founder of the Society of the Most Holy Trinity.
This week on Register Radio, we’re talking about Pope Francis' exhortation The Joy of Love… how will it affect the Church? Jeanette De Melo and Rome correspondent Edward Pentin discuss Church leaders answers to that question; also, Jeanette and senior editor Joan Desmond highlight what pastors are saying about the document.
Celebrating Mother Angelica with her spiritual sons and daughters... On Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Register writer Joe Pronechen talk about the flood of remembrances pouring in. Also, Jeanette and Register writer Peter Jesserer Smith explore ways parishes are keeping new Easter Catholics converts engaged in the faith.
This week on a very special Divine Mercy episode of Register Radio, 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. 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.
The Blessed Sacrament front and center: That's how Catholics in Madison, Wisconsin are making Christ's living presence clear. On Register Radio this week, Jeanette DeMelo explores liturgical reforms in Wisconsin with Bishop Robert Morlino of Madison. Then, Jeanette and Dominican Brother Athanasius Murphy engage a new front in evangelization--a video game aimed to draw players into the Passiontide.
It doesn’t happen often, but this week the Sacrament of Reconciliation is in the news! On Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Canon Lawyer JD Flynn discuss a Louisiana high court ruling that safeguards the seal of confession. And Jeanette and author Leah Darrow explore her part in a guide to confession released by the Vatican last week.
Abortion was before the Supreme Court this week. And this week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Law professor Teresa Collett discuss the oral arguments in the case against the Texas law regulating medical standard at abortion clinics in the state. Also, Jeanette gets insights into the creation of the movie “Young Messiah” with the film's director Cyrus Nowrasteh.
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.
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.