Hosts talk about upcoming degrees, free throw results and then discuss pro-life issues with Maria and Katie from the PA Pro-Life Federation.
This episode features a press conference that happened Wednesday 3/20 to talk about legislation that would protect unborn children from abortion based solely on a possible Down syndrome diagnosis. We hear from Rep. Kate Klunk, House Speaker Mike Turzai and Sen. Scott Martin. In the second half we talk with two seminarians who are teaching once a week at St. Patrick’s Elementary School in Carlisle. We also talk with the principal, Antoinette Oliverio.
Host Al Gnoza takes on a variety of issues including, like minimum wage, Down Syndrome abortions, and a minimum age for marriage. Featuring-- with several legislators: Stan Saylor, Jesse Topper, Dan Miller, Sheryl Delozier, Greg Rothman, and Mike Tobash.
From playing Bach for blind elephants to sharing apples with God, love calls us to do crazy things. Share a moment with Eleanor, Brenda, and Randy as they ponder what it means to love in the image of a God who never rations and who is crazy in love with us.
Be sure to check out this outstanding follow-up to Ep. 87 - "Growing in Virtue". Philosophy professor Charles Comer joins Mike for a deeper consideration of the four "Cardinal Virtues" - Prudence, Justice, Fortitude, and Temperance. We all need them, but what are they and how do we develop them? Find out today!
Al Gnoza talks with Democrat Mike Driscoll out of Philadelphia. The PA Catholic Conference seems to find more common ground with Republicans, but we also share a lot with Democrats like Mike Driscoll. Then Al talks with two staunch pro-life Republicans, Rep. Kate Klunk and Sen. Scott Martin to get there take on the defeat of the “Born Alive” bill in the U.S. Senate
God made you as unique as a snowflake, but he also made you to last a whole lot longer. Join Eleanor, Brenda, and Randy as they try to capture how to rejoice in the moment and treasure the words of a God who wants to love each one of us beyond eternity.
This week, host Al Gnoza talks with another staunch pro-life Central PA legislator, Republican Dawn Keefer of York and Cumberland counties. She has supported pro-life legislation in the past and will be proposing a pro-life bill of her own in the coming weeks. Also we talk with Jennifer Smith, the PA Secretary of the Department of Drug & Alcohol Programs. She talks about the opioid crisis and whether or not we are making progress in that fight.
What are we prioritizing when we arrive on campus for the first time? Do we only care about success, pleasure, parties and self-aggrandizement? Or is there something deeper, something in the core of our being that yearns to be nourished and then given freely to others? Join Mike and his guest, philosophy professor Charles Comer as they begin a series on virtue!