This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo talks with Bishop Michael Burbidge of Raleigh, North Carolina, about the building of a new cathedral. It’s a big project and Raleigh is the only diocese in the United States currently building a cathedral. Also, Dan Burke talks with Register writer Anthony Flott about a new retreat center in Nebraska funded by billionaire Joe Ricketts.
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The growing political and cultural absolutism in America today is hard to ignore. And this week on Register Radio, Dan Burke talks with Register contributor Anthony Lilles about the power of the Risen Lord to help Christians shine as beacons of hope. Also Dan Burke talks with Matthew Kelly talk about healthy parishes -- it takes dynamic Catholics to make them thrive. » READ MORE
Across the country this week, Women Betrayed rallies drew thousands of Americans who call for congress to defund planned parenthood. Will congress act this time? On Register Radio this week Jeanette DeMelo and Register writer Sue Ellen Browder talk about the growing movement of women standing up against unhealthy and immoral practices in the name of women's health. Also, Register blogger Rebecca Hamilton evaluates the latest efforts in Congress to defund the nation's largest abortion provider. » READ MORE
Summer is sizzling and so is the news. This week on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and Joan Frawley Desmond talk about the Planned Parenthood videos, assisted suicide opposition in California and the new, soon-to-be bishops in Los Angeles. Also, as the Register prepares its own Catholic College Guide, Dan Burke talks about Catholic colleges with the Cardinal Newman Society's Adam Wilson. » READ MORE
Does the USA need a nationwide exorcism? On Register Radio Dan Burke and Jeanette DeMelo talk with Register writer Patti Armstrong about how exorcists weighed in on the pros and cons of exorcisms of entire countries. Later in the show, Dan and Jeanette talk with the Register's Peter Jesserer Smith about a recent survey that reveals what aspects of faith are important or not to young Catholic parents. » READ MORE
In the face of the nationwide legalization of same-sex "marriage," on this week's Register Radio Jeanette De Melo talks with Archbishop William Lori—chairman of the bishops' committee on religious liberty—about the freedom to bear witness to truth, in season and out. Also, Jeanette and Register blogger Steven Greydanus—author of a blog series on marriage—talk about the culture of individualism and sexual license that explains what got us where we are today.
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This week, on Register Radio, Jeanette De Melo and EWTN's Colin Donovan talk about the Synod document, which affirms Church teaching on marriage and allows changes for divorced and civilly-remarried Catholics. Also, Dan Burke and Women-of-Grace journalist Susan Brinkmann look at the enneagram: is it compatible with Catholic spirituality? » READ MORE
In a landmark decision today the Supreme Court legalized same-sex "marriage" nationwide. Joining Thom Price, Jeanette De Melo and Dan Burke on a special LIVE Register Radio, Jennifer Roback Morse, founder of the pro-family Ruth Institute, discussed how same-sex "marriage" is wrong for society because it is wrong for children. And Michael Caspino, an attorney who handles religious and non-profit cases with the law offices of Buchalter Nemer in Irving, Calif., addressed how the decision affects religious entities. Finally the Register's senior editor Joan Frawley Desmond reported on the U.S. bishops' reaction to the news. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio, Have you ever heard of an eco-encyclical? Shortly after Pope Francis releases his latest encyclical “Laudato Si”—the cry of all creation to the Creator--Jeanette De Melo, Register Vatican correspondent Edward Pentin and Register apologist Jimmy Akin give us an insider’s look into the eco-encyclical. » READ MORE
This week on Register Radio, Washington D.C. gets its first native on the way to sainthood: Jeanette De Melo talks to DC Register Correspondent Peter Jesserer Smith, who recently attended a mass of thanksgiving for Venerable Aloysius Schwartz. And… this summer in Steubenville: the big 40th anniversary conferences. Dan Burke and Franciscan University's John Beaulieu discuss why teens, young adults and catechists keep coming back for more. » READ MORE
Swaying the Synod to accept same-sex unions? European Church leaders meet behind closed doors and this week, on Register Radio, Dan Burke and Register Rome correspondent Edward Pentin shed light on...READ MORE
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