A good Tuesday morning to you all! On today’s show, Matt Swaim and Anna Mitchell welcome Philip Lawler, author of “The Smoke of Satan” to the show to reflect on what did — and didn’t — happen at the USCCB Fall meeting. Other guests include Alexis Walkenstein on the wisdom of Fulton Sheen, Fr. Frank Donio on what Pentecost teaches us about the virtue of charity, and Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville to discuss the 40th anniversary of the US Bishop’s pastoral letter on person’s with disabilities. Plus news, weather, sports and more…
Phil Lawler, author of “The Smoke of Satan”
Fr. Frank Donio is online at catholicapostolatecenter.org
Alexis Walkenstein, author of “Fulton J. Sheen”
Archbishop Joseph Kurtz reflected on the 40th anniversary of the US Bishops’ pastoral letter on persons with disability; read it here.
Meg Wittman is online at cincinnatirighttolife.org.
Karlo Broussard, author of “Prepare the Way: Overcoming Obstacles to God, the Gospel and the Church”
Kendra Tierney, author of “The Catholic All Year Compendium”