A man kneels in prayer in front of the closed doors of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem April 9, during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
A man kneels in prayer in front of the closed doors of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem April 9, during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. (photo: Gali Tibbon/AFP via Getty Images)

Dr. Alveda King and Father Roger Landry (June 13)

As the country continues to deal with protests and marches, and with political leaders calling for political reform and a national dialogue on racism, who are the voices that need to be heard? This week, we speak with Dr. Alveda King, niece of the Rev. Martin Luther King and an eloquent voice in the prolife movement, and then we catch up with Register contributor Father Roger Landry on the importance of protesting “on both knees.”

USCCB Meeting, Pro-Life Gains (Nov. 21)

The U.S. Bishops met this week for their annual fall meeting under the shadow of the scandal surrounding the Vatican’s report on Theodore McCarrick. What did the bishops say, and what lies ahead for the Church in the United States? We talk to Catholic News Agency DC editor Ed Condon. And then, the 2020 election brought hard-fought gains for the pro-life movement in Congress. We hear from Lauretta Brown, Register staff writer, for what the pro-life cause can expect in 2021.

Theodore McCarrick

The McCarrick Report (Nov. 14)

The long-awaited McCarrick Report was published this week, documenting how the one-time archbishop of Washington and a cardinal survived for so long despite the rumors, accusations and lies. This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register Rome correspondent Edward Pentin about the report. And then, we are joined by Ave Maria Radio’s Al Kresta to discuss the fallout from the report and what needs to happen next.