Jeanette De Melo is the editor in chief for the Register. She recently became co-host to Register Radio along with Thom Price and Dan Burke. Before joining the Register staff in 2012, she served as the Archdiocese of Denver’s communications director, spokeswoman and general manager of the Denver Catholic Register, El Pueblo Católico, and the archdiocesan website. Prior to this position, she was the associate communications director for the Archdiocese of New Orleans, where in addition to managing media relations, she co-produced a weekly archdiocesan television program.
Here are some resources for the Register’s Sept. 20 webinar, “Don’t Judge,” with special guests Dr. Edward Sri and Aurora Griffin:
How I Stayed Catholic at Harvard (Aurora Griffin)
Here’s everything you need to know about keeping your faith at a modern university. Drawing on her recent experience, Aurora Griffin shares 40 practical tips relating to academics, community, prayer and service that helped her stay Catholic in college. Throughout the book, she shows how being Catholic in college did not prevent her from having a full “college experience,” but actually enabled her to make the most of her time at Harvard. Available for purchase from EWTN Religious Catalogue.
Who Am I To Judge? (Dr. Edward Sri)
Preference has replaced morality so we shy away from speaking the truth because we fear rejection or pushing others farther away. Using engaging stories and personal experience, Dr. Edward Sri helps us understand the classical view of morality and equips us to engage relativism, appealing to both the head and the heart. Learn why Catholic morality is all about love and why making a judgment is not judging a person's soul, and why, in the words of Pope Francis, “relativism wounds people.” Available for purchase from EWTN Religious Catalogue.
Moral Relativism: A Special Register Series (Dr. Edward Sri)
PART I: Understand Relativism With Mercy
PART II: With Relativism There is No Right and Wrong
PART III: Moral Law Equals Authentic Love
PART IV: How to Respond When Your Relativistic Friend Quotes Jesus
PART V: Relativism’s Not Neutral: The Intolerance of ‘Tolerance’
PART VI: The Mask of Moral Relativism
PART VII: As God Showed St. Catherine of Siena, Mercy Melts ‘Hidden Sin’