Host Al Gnoza takes a closer look at the PCC's cooperation with a state representative to pass new legislation involving the PIAA state playoffs. Plus the latest on the Educational Improvement Tax Credit, which now is now is before Governor Wolf. Finally, Al speaks with Rep. Frank Ryan to see what's new.
Host Al Gnoza of the Pennsylvania Catholic Conference hears from several legislators, including Rep. Curt Sonney, Sen. John DiSanto, Sen. Camera Bartolotta, Sen. Pat Stefano, and Rep. Rich Irvin. You won't want to miss this discussion about education and being careful with spending taxpayer money!
When the Holy Spirit comes roaring through your day, do you hear it as a crazy, chaotic, cacophony, or as the voice of God speaking to you in your own language? Take a moment, and make today a great day to sit with Eleanor, Brenda, and Randy as they ponder how the voice of God can speak to us through something as trivial as the writing on the side of an ink pen or as immense as a terminal illness.
In the first half of this episode host Al Gnoza takes a look at how the abortion debate is being taken up by several states after New York decided to go ahead with its controversial bill. We'll then hear from former Senator Rick Santorum as he tries to fend off pro-abortionists on CNN. The second half of the show takes a look at some of the bills that will be considered in Harrisburg in the weeks ahead. We hear from Senator John DiSanto and Reps. Sheryl Delozier and Jesse Topper.
So excited to dive into part 3 of our virtue series, this time on the topic of the "theological virtues" of faith, hope, and charity (love). Join host Mike Creavey as he discusses them with friend and philosophy professor, Charles Comer!
In this episode, host Al Gnoza of the PA Catholic Conference has a recap of the Down Syndrome protection act from the House floor. Also featured are interviews with Lancaster area Republican state representative Bryan Cutler along with Democrat state senators Maria Collett and Steve Santarsiero.
So what do you get when you mix an exiled rabbi, a crippled child, and a cup of tea: a glimpse into the face of God. If you’ve never heard that one before, then make sure to sit down this week with Eleanor, Brenda, and Randy as they try to figure out how it’s possible that God’s infinite goodness and glory are best revealed at the intersection of hope and despair.
In this episode, host Al Gnoza speaks with a number of state legislators regarding two bills that were supported by the PCC and passed recently: the Down syndrome abortion bill, and the Perinatal Hospice bill. The second half of the show is a House floor speech by House Speaker Mike Turzai on the EITC bill, which helps Catholic Schools.