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Our Apr. 4 guest is Jim McDermott, S.J.,America’s Los Angeles correspondent. We discuss her recent article, “The remarkable life of the Easter lily and the farmers who make it happen.

We also discuss these articles:

An attack on the integrity of the census is an attack on the voting rights of minorities

Is ‘dialogue’ just an empty buzzword for Christians?

Pope Francis in Easter message calls for end to conflicts in Syria and the Holy Land

What Loyola’s Final Four run can teach us about Catholic schools and sports

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Our Mar. 28 guest is Nichole M. Flores, an assistant professor of religious studies at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va. We discuss her recent article, “Martin Luther King Jr. and the dignity of the Black Lives Matter network.”

Listen to the show live on Wednesday at 1:00 PM EST on The Catholic Channel Sirius XM 129, or return to this page for the podcast. 

We also discuss these articles:

Everything you’re hearing about Katy Perry and the L.A. Catholic sisters is probably wrong

Repeal the Second Amendment

What’s more dangerous than a dictatorship of relativism? A dictatorship of positivism.

Sorry, Mr. Trudeau. We won’t ‘just check the box.’

In Vermont, the latest clash between public money and the Catholic Church

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Our Mar. 21 guest is Drew Christiansen, S.J., former editor in chief and president of America. Due to Winter Storm Toby in New York City, this is an all-Jesuit show. Eric Sundrup, S.J. and Sam Sawyer, S.J. join Matt Malone, S.J. to talk about Rev. Christiansen’s latest article: Why the Vatican’s potential deal with China is a good thing

We also discuss these articles:

In Vermont, the latest clash between public money and the Catholic Church

Loyola Chicago savors sweet 16 run after grassroots rebuild

Pope Francis talks tech, sex and tattoos with young adults

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Our Mar. 14 guest is Fr. Charles Rubey, Founder and Director of Loving Outreach to Survivors of Suicide (LOSS). You can read about his ministry here: How one Catholic ministry is helping families deal with the devastating aftermath of suicide

We also discuss these articles:

Five years in, Americans’ love of Pope Francis remains strong

Where are the millennial Catholic activists?

Have Pope Francis’ first five years been a success?

This Lent, I’m giving up swearing

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Our Feb. 28th guest is Br. Mickey McGrath, an Oblate of St. Francis de Sales, an award-winning artist and author of 18 art and faith books. We discuss his recent article, We need images of the Black Madonna now more than ever.

Listen to the show live on Wednesday at 1:00 PM EST on The Catholic Channel Sirius XM 129, or return to this page for the podcast. 

We also discuss these articles:

Catholic colleges say peaceful gun control protests won’t impact admission

Dozens of Catholics arrested as they call on Congress to help ‘Dreamers’

Chicago’s Cardinal Cupich: Listen to young people about guns

Teachers are not soldiers. Arming them is counter to the message of the Gospels.

The uncertain future of Catholic Ireland

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Join as we talk about our favorites and pull out the religious and Catholic themes found in this past year's best movies. John Anderson and Bill McGarvey, frequent contributors to America magazine's Arts and Culture section, sit down with America magazine editors, Eloise Blondiau and Fr. Eric Sundrup, SJ to discuss the 2018 Oscar nominees for Best Picture.

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The guest for February 21 is Serrin M. Foster, president of Feminists for Life and author of "Why pro-life feminism is more important than ever."
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Our Feb. 7th guest is Sonja Livingston, author of several books of literary nonfiction, including the award-winning memoir Ghostbread. We discuss his recent article, What a Rust Belt quest for a missing statue taught me about devotion.

We also discuss these articles:

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Puerto Rico to receive $11 billion in disaster aid. Advocates warn it won't be enough.

Why the Vatican’s potential deal with China is a good thing

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Our Jan. 31st guest is Ellen B. Koneck. She manages aquisitions, sales and marketing at Anselm Academic. Previously,  Ms. Koneck was the community and events manager at Commonweal and taught in the Catholic studies department at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn. We are discussing her recent article, “How modern technology helped me teach theology to uninterested college students.

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