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.
Locked into the sense that holidays are really only a day? Pondering the single biggest consequence of your life? Worried that the wildest, craziest romance of your life you just might miss? Then this would be a great day to settle in with Eleanor, Brenda, and Randy, slow it down, and savor the answers that your loving God has planned just for you!
Today Mike Creavey shares some thoughts and experiences when it comes to responding to teens' questions and concerns about the faith. He's learned the hard way that oftentimes it's better to start by asking some good questions rather than immediately trying to provide a cookie-cutter answer. Take a listen!
What do the Beatles, blooming, boating, and reconnecting with your beloved have to do with Lent and Easter? How do mustard seeds hold the key to coming alive? Grab a cup of coffee, pull up a chair, and catch your breath with Eleanor, Brenda, and Randy as they ponder these and other questions on their way to what they hope to experience as the most abundant Easter Season ever.
In the first half of this episode, host Al Gnoza takes a look at an alternative to Gov. Wolf’s tax plan for the state budget. He speaks with Rep. Dawn Keefer who thinks the Lt. Governor’s pot tour is sending the wrong message. In the second half, Al catches up with three reps from the western part of the state: Brandon Markosek, Jason Ortitay, and Austin Davis.