|Catholic Radio Weekly November 2007 Past Episodes
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- Elizabeth Westhoff, with the Catholic Charities in St. Louis, discusses her agency's efforts to reach out to the homeless this Advent.
- Spotlight on the Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement, a nationally recognized organization, that empowers Iowan residents in rural areas thanks to grants from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.
- CNS Rome looks at the growing number of priest in the former Soviet block nation of Romania.
- For the last Sunday in Ordinary Time—Feast of Christ the King—Fr. Greg Friedman, asks listeners can they still hear the voice of Jesus?
- Katy Cantrell, advisor for the Catholic Relief Services Fair Trade Program, explains the significance of the Fair Trade cooperative to Nicaragua's coffee industry.
- "Fact of Faith" concludes its Catholic Social Teaching series by looking at the principle of global solidarity.
- CNS Rome introduces us to a Vatican astronomer searching for faith in Silicon Valley.
- John Mulderig, of the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews a new animated version of the biblical tale of Exodus.
- Shelley Borieswicz, with the Catholic Charities in San Diego, talks about "what's next" for thousands of southern California families this Thanksgiving after the devastating wildfires last month.
- Meet Sr. Frances Vista, this month's Catholic Extension Society "Hidden Hero".
- CNS Rome reports on a recently beatified Austrian, who many consider to be the patron saint of conscientious objectors.
- For the 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Greg Friedman, reminds listeners of Jesus' constant presence in troubling times.
- "Fact of Faith" continues its Catholic Social Teaching series by looking at why the Church wants parishioners to participate in the process and actions of government.
- Susan Wills, with the USCCB Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities, commentates on a Maine school board's decision to provide contraceptives to middle school girls.
- Jeffry Korgen, of Catholic Relief Services, discusses his new book, "Solidarity will Transform the World."
- Harry Forbes, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews the new animated film Bee-Movie, starring Jerry Seinfeld.
- Debbie DeVoe and Al Kaneb, with Catholic Relief Services, Catholic Charities , discuss the "Children Left Behind Project" that is assists orphaned children whose lives have been affected by the HIV/AIDS pandemic in Kenya.
- Deirdre McQuade, with the USCCB Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities , commentates on the longstanding "Mexico City" foreign aid policy that denies federal funds to international agencies that perform and promote abortion as a family planning method.
- Fr. Greg Friedman, explains how new life in Jesus is the answer to all life' complicated questions in our Sunday Soundbite.
- Meet Fr. Steve Hufstetter, director of the St. Joseph's Indian School, which won the 2007 Catholic Digest "Charity of the Year" award.
- "Fact of Faith" continues its Catholic Social Teaching series by looking the promotion of peace and disarmament.
- CNS Washington reports on a little known connection of the popular 1960s song Hello Mary Lou, Goodbye Heart and the Church.
- John Mulderig, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews the film Things We Lost in the Fire, starring Academy-Award winners Halle Berry and Benicio Del Toro.
- CNS Rome looks at a new children's book on the Holy Father told from a cat's point of view.
- Debbie Schmidt, executive director of Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Ft. Wayne-South Bend, discusses her office's effort to assist displaced Burmese refugees.
- CNS Washington looks at the serious impact of human trafficking in Brazil.
- CNS Washington updates its report on activist Elvira Arellano, who spent a year in a Chicago church to avoid deportation.
- For the 31st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Greg Friedman, speaks about God's work in the most unlikely way in the people we least expect.
- "Fact of Faithquot; continues its Catholic Social Teaching series by exploring the concept of "Stewardship of Creation" and our role as Christian stewards of the environment.
- Meet Fr. John Rausch, the 2007 Pax Christi USA "Teacher of Peace" recipient.
- CNS Rome looks at the almost two dozen new cardinals named by Pope Benedict XVI last month.
- Harry Forbes, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews the film Bella, which won the 2007 Toronto Film Festival's "People's Choice Award".
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