Reasonably Catholic: Keeping the Faith

Reasonably Catholic: Keeping the Faith, Sept. 18, 2012, archived show

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Fr. John Baptist Pesce brings his enlightened take on current issues affecting—and afflicting!—the Church, including the Vatican crackdown on nuns, the bishops’ crusade against Obamacare, and the need for more involvement by the laity in decision-making at all levels. Quoting Victor Hugo, Fr. John reminds us that there is no resisting “an idea whose time has come”! Do you have one foot out the church door? Father John may persuade you to stay!

Listen now:

4 thoughts on “Reasonably Catholic: Keeping the Faith, Sept. 18, 2012, archived show

  1. Bravo Maria! This was a great start to your series of shows. Father John always inspires with his insight and wisdom. There is so much food for thought here. Can’t wait to tune into your next show!

  2. Awesome, empowering, inspiring, intelligent conversation, Maria and Fr. John. Fabulous and thoughtful introduction, Maria, and terrifically faith filled, thoughtful, and wonderful contributions, Fr. John. You two are dynamite! ! ! ! ! ! ! Thank you for all the thought, time and work that you devoted to this program. I so look forward to more.

  3. I was very inspired listening to you and Fr. John and impressed by how wonderfully you planned and thought of all the ideas prevalent in society today. Fr. John was inspirational. Congratulations on all your hard work. I shall be sharing information concerning your show with friends and our parish priest.

  4. Great show! Your voice was made for radio, Maria. You’ve got a hit on your hands here (nice theme song, too).

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