Today I get to step outside the box and guest-host for Drew Mariani at Relevant Radio from 3-6 pm ET! The Catholic talk-radio network is heard on over 40 stations nationwide, including affiliates and O&Os in New York, Philadelphia, and Chicago, as well as online and through their free mobile app that plays live and podcasted shows. Today’s show includes:
- Heritage Foundation’s Romina Boccia on the omnibus spending bill
- Catholic University’s Carrie Gress on “nudging conversions,” and her work at EWTN.
- Juliana Taimoorazy on the plight of Christians in Iraq and Syria, and more at Iraqi Christian Relief.
- Archbishop Bernard Hebda discusses the new civil settlement in the St. Paul-Minneapolis archdiocese, and how that will allow the church to move forward through its bankruptcy
- Professor Robert Destro of Columbus School of Law at Catholic University discusses the ministerial exemption in employment law, and how it may or may not apply to a recent court decision involving a Catholic school’s decision to revoke an employment offer to a food-services technician. [updated]
We may add more before the show starts today, plus we will have the chaplet of Divine Mercy. We will also take your calls at 1-877-766-3777. You can also listen on the Relevant Radio app no matter where you are in the world, so download it now. I’ll look forward to talking with you!