Register Radio - 08/16/2019 - The Pew study on the Eucharist
The recent Pew study on the Eucharist that found that only a third of Catholic believe in the Real Presence has left many Catholics shocked and dismayed. How did we reach this point, and what can we do about it? This week on Register Radio we talk to Register Correspondent Peter Jesserer Smith.
And, in an age where comedy seems dead, what is a Catholic cartoonist to do? We find out when we talk to Register cartoonist Patrick Cross.
Register Radio - 08/09/2019 - Foster care, religious liberty and Court
Register Senior Editor Joan Frawley Desmond about foster care, religious liberty, and the courts. And, we also discuss the on-going crisis at the John Paul II Institute in Rome. Is the Catholic identity of the iconic school in danger?
Register Radio - 08/02/2019 - French nuns with down syndrome
The fire that nearly destroyed Notre Dame Cathedral on April 15 has sparked great controversy over how it will be re-built. Will the great cathedral be restored faithfully or will there be shocking changes? This week on Register Radio we talk to Register European correspondent Solene Tadie. Also she shares a beautiful story of French nuns with down syndrome.
And then, Who Will Defend Catholic Education? That is the question being asked by many Catholic worried about the future. We hear from Patrick Reilly, president of The Cardinal Newman Society.
Register Radio - 07/25/2019 - Planned Parenthood President Fired
The firing of Dr. Leana Wen as president of Planned Parenthood has set off a firestorm of controversy surrounding the pro-abortion giant and exposed again the truth that Planned Parenthood is, as Dr. Wen wrote herself, not about healthcare but politics. This week on Register Radio we talk to Catherine Hadro, host of EWTN’s Pro-Life Weekly.
Plus, we get Catherine’s insights into the recent social media explosion over women and preaching.
Register Radio - 07/19/2019 - Moon Landing Movies - Christ Cathedral
Fifty years ago this weekend Apollo 11 landed on the Moon in one of the most watched events in human history. On July 20, 1969, some 650 million people watched as astronaut Neil Armstrong set foot on the moon. This week on Register Radio, we talk to Register film critic Deacon Steven Greydanus about all of the “man on the moon” movies.
But first, Christ Cathedral was dedicated this week in California marking the transformation of the famed Protestant Crystal Cathedral of Reverend Robert Schuller into America’s newest Catholic cathedral.
This week on Register Radio, we’ll find how that happened.