|Catholic Radio Weekly September 2007 Past Episodes
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- Bishop Thomas Wenski, of the Diocese of Orlando, discusses the bishops' concerns about the 2008 Foreign Aid Bill and its commitment to help poorer nations reduce or eliminate debt.
- CNS Rome Report looks at the Vatican's concern with the need for access to safe drinking water.
- Meet former ambassador and U.S. Foreign Service veteran Johnny Young, director of the USCCB Office for Migration and Refugee Services.
- For the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Greg Friedman, explains why its not riches themselves that are bad, but how they are used.
- "Fact of Faithquot; continues its Catholic Social Teaching series by exploring the principle of community and the common good.
- " Deidre McQuade, with the USCCB Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities, explains the 2007 Respect Life Sunday theme.
- Author David Scott discusses his new book, A Revolution of Love: The Meaning of Mother Theresa.
- The CNS Washington Report features the story of a former prisoner who is getting a second chance and making the most of the opportunity.
- John Mulderig, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews The Nines, a film of three separate stories all played by the same actors.
- Catholic Charities USA's Fr. Larry Snyder reports on the number of people living in poverty and what Congress can do to reduce the statistics.
- In wake of last month's devastating earthquake in Peru, our CNS Washington Report queries why the poor suffer the most from natural disasters.
- Mary Jaminet, with the USCCB Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities, commentates on Respect Life Sunday.
- "Fact of Faithquot; begins a series that looks at the principles of Catholic Social Teaching starting with the dignity of the individual.
- CNS Rome Report takes listeners on a pilgrimage with Vatican Airways which offers charter flights to religious sites around the world.
- Msgr. Stephen Rosetti discusses his new book Behold Your Mother: Priests Speak about Mary.
- Harry Forbes, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews 3:10 to Yuma, starring Russell Crowe and Christian Bale.
- Fr. Joseph McGrath discusses the psychological and physical weariness of western Gulf Coast residents as they mark the two year anniversary of Hurricane Rita.
- Our CNS Washington Report features a group of Guatemalan immigrants who are establishing themselves in an interesting way in Trenton, NJ.
- John Rivera, of Catholic Relief Services, talks about access to safe drinkable water in one of the poorest nations on the African continent-Ethiopia.
- For the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Greg Friedman, encourages listeners to "celebrate God's unlimited mercy and forgiveness."
- Fr. Clarence Williams, director of Catholic Charities USA's new Racial Equality and Diversity office, talks about the issues of race and poverty.
- In our CNS's Rome Report, journalist Carol Glatz reports on the reopening of the former papal prison Castel Sant'Angelo after a ten-year restoration.
- In this week's "Fact of Faith" Paulist Fr. Larry Rice give detail on how Church bells became so closely associated with Church buildings and liturgy.
- John Mulderig, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews "The Nanny Diaries", based on the novel of the same name starring Scarlett Johansson,
- Catholic Relief Services Latin America provides an update of its assistance to the earthquake victims in Peru.
- Dr. Robert Gronski, of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference, discusses the 2007 Farm Bill which includes the Food Stamp Program.
- In our CNS's Rome Report, journalist John Thavis reports author Tom Bissel's upcoming book about visiting the tombs of all twelve Apostles.
- For the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Greg Friedman, asks listeners to examine their lifelong commitment as Christian disciples.
- Deidre McQuade, with the USCCB Secretariat for Pro-Life Activities, commentates on Amnesty International's decision to support abortion rights.
- In this week's "Fact of Faith" Paulist Fr. Larry Rice explains what Catholic social teaching says about the "option for the poor."
- Our Catholic News Service Washington Report looks at the deepening economic crisis in Zimbabwe and the growing threat of civil unrest.
- Bro. Joel Giallanza talks about the beatification of Fr. Basil Anthony Moreau and how his vision in the field of education has spread around the world.
- Harry Forbes, with the USCCB Office for Film and Broadcasting, reviews "September Dawn", based on a historical event starring Jon Voight.
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