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Tuesday, 04/19/22, Driving Home the Faith

Today, Pregnancy Center East chastity educators Elizabeth McKinney and Geneva Ulmer talk with Fr. Rob about what young people need to know about life (as well as sex), Joseph Pearce introduces his book on Pope Benedict XVI, and more — plus traffic and weather to get you home safe.
Pregnancy Center East is at supportpce.com
The National Catholic Bioethics Center is at ncbcenter.org
Find today’s featured events below today’s featured books
Find Joseph Pearce online at jpearce.co
TAN Books is at tanbooks.com
Adventure Catholic Leadership Training is at adventurecatholic.com
Sophia Institute Press is at sophiainstitute.org
Read “Seven Tips for a Good Confession” at cantius.org
Today’s featured books:


Today’s featured events:
Beethoven’s Mass in C, Musica Sacra and UC College Conservatory of Music Chorale and Orchestra: April 21, UC CCM Corbett Auditorium in Clifton, 7:30 PM (no charge; for parking directiosn visit musica-sacra.org)
Gender Identity luncheon presentation by Damon and Melanie Owens: April 22 at St. Maximiliarn Kolbe parish in Mason, 12:30 – 2:30 PM, $10 (for tickets visit saint-max.org)
Angelico Project Nature Hike with Poetry: April 23 at French Park in Amberley Village at 2 pm; $5 or free for Angelico Project members
Glenmary Festival of Mercy: April 24 at Glenmary headquaters in Fairfield, 4 PM
Eastertide Choral Mass for Divine Mercy Sunday: April 24 at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology in Mt. Washington, 7 PM
Date Night with Fr. Nathan Cromley: April 30 at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center in Norwood, $90/couple
Kevin Schmiesing lecture on his book “A Catholic Pilgrimage Through American History:” May 2 at  Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and School of Theology in Mt. Washington (Bartlett Center), 7:30 PM, no fee