Good morning! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell look ahead to this weekend’s observance of the 9/11 tragedy by talking to Dr. Daniel Kempton, from the political science department at Franciscan University about what we’ve learned in the two decades since the attacks. Other guests include Ken Craycraft on why the Supreme Court didn’t block the Texas abortion law, Dr. Matthew Bunson with more live coverage of the Eucharistic Congress in Budapest, and Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo from the Institute of Catholic Culture and Fr. Jonathan Duncan from the Diocese of Charleston to preview the Sunday Mass readings. Plus news, weather, sports and a whole lot more…
Mike Aquilina is online at fathersofthechurch.com.
Dr. Daniel Kempton is online at Franciscan.edu.
Ken Craycraft is online at athenaeum.edu.
Fr. Hezekias Carnazzo is online at instituteofcatholicculture.org.
Alexis Walkenstein is online at saintjosephsummit.com.
Bobby Schindler is online at lifeandhope.com.
Dr. Matthew Bunson is online at ewtnnews.com.
Fr. Jonathan Duncan’s episode of the Journey Home is online at chnetwork.org.
Joseph Pearce is online at jpearce.co.
Deacon Steven Greydanus is online at decentfilms.com.
Prayer to St. Joseph for the Unemployed
Silent and well-known carpenter in Nazareth, model of workers, by the work of your hands you gave your contribution to the work of the Creator, you earned your living, and you provided for the needs of the Holy Family. Intercede for all workers, in the difficulties of their daily lives especially for the unemployed, in their anxieties for tomorrow, so that through the guidance of God, the great Architect and Builder, they all may use their strength and talents to make visible God’s new creation, to offer a concrete service to society, and to earn wages worthy of their efforts. With confidence and trust we make this prayer thru Jesus. Amen.