|Catholic Radio Weekly October 2007 Past Episodes
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- Kevin Appleby, of the USCCB Migration and Refugee Policy Office, reports on the bishops' concerns over Congress' failure to adopt new immigration policy.
- CNS Washington looks at the serious impact of human trafficking in Brazil.
- Lane Hartill, with Catholic Relief Services Africa, reports on the devastating heavy rains that has left more than 500,000 people in 12 countries homeless.
- For the 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Greg Friedman, talks about prayer petitions and where to start.
- "Fact of Faithquot; focuses on the Catholic Social Teaching "ecomomic justice," the dignity of work and the rights of workers.
- The Catholic Extension Society has named Sr. Rita Marie Schonhoff as its Hidden Hero this month, for her organization Whole Health Outreach, which administers health care to rural people in Missouri.
- CNS Rome deals with the issue of emotional exhaustion among priests and how prayer can help prevent it.
- Harry Forbes, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, recommends Evan Almighty for parents looking for a non-scary movie to enjoy this Halloween.
- Donna Reed, of the Diocese of Joliet's Catholic Charities office, talks about the impact the current housing market is having on homeless shelters.
- CNS Washington reveals Americans' attitudes toward other religions.
- "Fact of Faithquot; continues its Catholic Social Teaching series by reminding Catholics of their political responsibility and how it impacts moral, social, and economic issues.
- Tom Grenchik, with the USCCB Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities , clarifies the Church's teachings on the care of people who are in a vegetative state.
- CNS Rome reports on the Italianization of the Roman Curia.
- Jim Towey, former legal counsel for Mother Teresa, shares his thoughts on the new publication Mother Teresa: Come be My Light.
- Harry Forbes, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, recommends The Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer for those planning a "movie night at home"e; this weekend.
- Sr. Jane Burke, director of the USCCB's Justice for Immigrants campaign discusses the impact of a national immigration reform policy.
- Msgr. Carlo Quintnan Puente, director of the bishops'Collection for the Church in Latin America explains the second collection and how the grants to rural Latin America parishes.
- a href="http://www.catholicnews.com/">CNS Rome takes a look at Pope Benedict's travel schedule and rumors of a visit to the United Nations next year.
- For the 28th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Greg Friedman, encourages listeners to recognize Christ's presence in our lives.
- "Fact of Faithquot; continues its Catholic Social Teaching series by exploring the individual rights and responsibilities.
- Meet Dr. Nick Moeberry, a 2007 Catholic Charities USA "Volunteer of the Year" recipient.
- CNS Washington chats with a young Catholic, who stepped out of his comfort zone to fulfill his baptismal in a unique way.
- Sr. Eileen McCann, with the USCCB's Secretariat for Family, Laity, Women & Youth, discusses the bishops' pastoral Sons and Daughters of the Light which provides creative ways to engage young adults in Church life.
- Harry Forbes, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews actor Brad Pitts new film Jesse James.
- Richard Doerflinger, with the USCCB Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities , clarifies the Church's teachings on the care of people who are in a vegetative state.
- CNS Washington reviews the refugee crisis, caused by the war in Iraq.
- Meet members of the Alexandria Union Cab company, who are making it on their own, thanks to a 2007 grant from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.
- For the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Greg Friedman, talks about "expectations" as Christ's disciples.
- "Fact of Faithquot; continues its Catholic Social Teaching series by exploring the option for the poor principle.
- CNS Rome reports on the Vatican becoming the first carbon-neutral sovereign state.
- Eduardo Rivera, from the Catholic Extension Society, discusses the debut of Nuestra Familia Catolica magazine.
- John Mulderig, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews the PBS documentary 49 Up.
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